Seth Troxler (Jake Benson Mashup)

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    Sep 20, 2010 6:54 AM GMT
    So this is my first mashup (not a remix, but just editing and splicing together 2 songs and commentary on top into one hilarious tune). Thought you guys would appreciate it because this guy is SUPER gay yet straight at the same time. Like SOOOOOOOPER gay straight.



    And these videos (credits) that I made the mashup from (him being crazy in an interview, and two of his songs):





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    Sep 20, 2010 9:38 AM GMT
    One day, you will be DJing. And I promise you, Mr.Benson, I will scream and throw my panties at you. And my vajayjay will just drip like a coffee pot.

    But right now, I can think of nothing more I would rather do than grind that man's face into his skull with my boot.
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    Sep 20, 2010 11:02 AM GMT
    His hair is more gay than Perez Hilton...........
  • coolarmydude

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    Sep 20, 2010 5:45 PM GMT
    The first vid reminds me of this:

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    Sep 20, 2010 5:49 PM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidOne day, you will be DJing. And I promise you, Mr.Benson, I will scream and throw my panties at you. And my vajayjay will just drip like a coffee pot.



    Ditto icon_razz.gif
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    Sep 20, 2010 6:35 PM GMT
    Don't mess with Seth!
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    Sep 20, 2010 7:36 PM GMT
    tony_boost said
    And my vajayjay will just drip like a coffee pot.



    Ditto icon_razz.gif


    Already is icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 20, 2010 9:31 PM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidOne day, you will be DJing. And I promise you, Mr.Benson, I will scream and throw my panties at you. And my vajayjay will just drip like a coffee pot.


    Dude, you say this like DJing is the ultimate experience when in reality it's at the bottom of fame. I used to DJ when I was a teenager, and in fact threw a rave for my 18th birthday party which 2,000 people came to. Yup, I was crunk and famous at one point. But then I jettisoned it all in order to get good grades in college. =/
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    Sep 20, 2010 9:48 PM GMT
    I loved it until I saw him say "between you and I" then I immediately hated him but still appreciated the work.
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    Sep 21, 2010 2:53 AM GMT
    Pinny saidI loved it until I saw him say "between you and I" then I immediately hated him but still appreciated the work.


    LOL I didn't realize this...because he uses the nominative ("I") instead of accusative ("me")? I just thought about it and I think he may actually be correct though. "Express the love between you and I" can be rewritten as, "You and I express the love." So I think he's right by speaking in the nominative sense.
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    Sep 21, 2010 2:59 AM GMT
    I have no idea who the fuck this guy is. But as with all your work, Jake, I loved every batshit crazy second of it.
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    Sep 21, 2010 3:11 AM GMT
    I swear this guy is gayer than me. Ha ha.

    Great work Jake! Yet another reason to love you. icon_redface.gif
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    Sep 21, 2010 3:58 AM GMT
    JAKEBENSON saidDude, you say this like DJing is the ultimate experience when in reality it's at the bottom of fame.


    Yes, but it is the bottom of fame that I am interested in.
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    Sep 21, 2010 6:15 PM GMT
    HAHAHAHAHHAHA good answer.
  • vindog

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    Sep 21, 2010 7:22 PM GMT


    Do you still make house music, or are you over it and produce stuff like this for fun?
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    Sep 21, 2010 10:30 PM GMT
    vindog said

    Do you still make house music, or are you over it and produce stuff like this for fun?


    Still making progressive house. But I'm uninspired to finish anything at the moment. Actually planning to come out with progressive house under a new name and leave "Jake Benson" to make satires and pop dance crap.
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    Sep 21, 2010 10:36 PM GMT


    Nice, I'm starting my Ableton Live classes this week. I started feeling like such a d-bag just djing other people's music out exactly how they released it, so I stopped djing mostly

    I want to at least start with my own remixes/mashes/edits then move on to production.


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    Sep 21, 2010 10:42 PM GMT
    vindog said

    Nice, I'm starting my Ableton Live classes this week. I started feeling like such a d-bag just djing other people's music out exactly how they released it, so I stopped djing mostly

    I want to at least start with my own remixes/mashes/edits then move on to production.



    Well that's good. =) I never felt bad DJing other people's music. But I got too disenchanted with the rave scene (incidentally right after 911 happened) and dove into academics. But I've always been producing, before and after I DJed.

    What kind of music are you thinking to produce?
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    Sep 21, 2010 10:59 PM GMT
    JAKEBENSON said
    vindog said

    Nice, I'm starting my Ableton Live classes this week. I started feeling like such a d-bag just djing other people's music out exactly how they released it, so I stopped djing mostly

    I want to at least start with my own remixes/mashes/edits then move on to production.



    Well that's good. =) I never felt bad DJing other people's music. But I got too disenchanted with the rave scene (incidentally right after 911 happened) and dove into academics. But I've always been producing, before and after I DJed.

    What kind of music are you thinking to produce?



    It's not that I really felt bad, but I kept bringing to town all these fantastic electronic music producers and just felt like that was the only direction to go: self-production.


    I would like to play/produce midtempo, funk, hip hop, downtempo, dub, booty, breaks, maybe some jazzy/lounge-y house and drum & bass


    Yea the rave scene is a joke. It's turned into a cesspool of 14 year olds wasted on ecstacy who don't give a crap about the music.
    As a music promoter, 90% of my shows cater to the 21+ crowd. The only times they don't if it's a really popular producer (ie Bassnectar) that has moved into more of a concert setting than a club.
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    Sep 21, 2010 11:03 PM GMT
    Hahahaha I totally loved it. Kinda made me think of that Bed Intruder Song, the guy's facking annoying, but totally catchy icon_razz.gif
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    Sep 22, 2010 3:33 AM GMT
    vindog saidYea the rave scene is a joke. It's turned into a cesspool of 14 year olds wasted on ecstacy who don't give a crap about the music. As a music promoter, 90% of my shows cater to the 21+ crowd. The only times they don't if it's a really popular producer (ie Bassnectar) that has moved into more of a concert setting than a club.


    Hmm, well the rave scene is/was vital to youth who had no where to go because everything is 21+. I'm lucky to have had the opportunity to go to raves at the age of 15 (my mom let me go...yup, and I didn't do drugs). I think what killed the rave scene is the cheerleader/jock crowd, going to it just to do drugs and not for the atmosphere or DJs. Plus I swear something happened after 911 where everything just died down significantly. Now dance music just seems to popular it seems silly to have a "rave."
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    Sep 22, 2010 7:05 AM GMT


    I understand. Since I am an old man, I was going to raves in the midwest starting in 1991-1992 when I was about 15. It was definitely an important part of my life as it was what a lot of us did when The Grateful Dead (the first rave band) or Phish weren't on tour. I will have to say though that most people/kids are not like you were when you were 15. Most do drugs and act like these jocks and cheerleaders do. I played raves every once in awhile within the last three years and found the kids didn't really care who played.




    I think two things happened to make raves diminish and only one had something to do with 911.

    1) It just reached the biggest it could before it just wasn't interesting anymore to people. The counter culture that started it became interested in other things, and yes, the cheeseballs came in as it seemed like the "in" think to do. I think it, just like lots of styles, are cyclical. It's cycling back in now as we speak.

    2) Most of the MDMA press tabs was coming from overseas. 9-11 made the transport of them much more difficult.




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    Sep 22, 2010 8:56 AM GMT
    hmm yeah vindog...I thought there were new strict laws enforced, such as the venue owner is in trouble if someone is caught with drugs.

    Um...with that said....to whichever old faggot from realjock said this on the YouTube page:

    "rogerclarencevictor
    Comment on your video: Seth Troxler (Jake Benson Mashup)
    Oh deary me... maybe consider getting a job, make a record, write a book, help an old lady, make a cup of tea... just don't waste your life making rubbish like this."


    I deleted your comment. Because it was rubbish. icon_cool.gif
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    Sep 22, 2010 9:03 AM GMT
    So Seth Troxler found out about my mashup and commented on his facebook with "fuck you jake benson" icon_lol.gif I feel so famous because he knows my name!!!

    http://www.facebook.com/sethtroxlerofficial?v=wall
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    Sep 22, 2010 9:04 AM GMT
    I think it's friggin' hysterical. Well done.