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Thursday, January 20, 2011

When You Mash Up Girl Talk With Girl Talk, Does The Universe End?

Posted By on Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 11:46 AM

Girl Talk + Girl Talk = Catastrophe
  • Girl Talk + Girl Talk = Catastrophe

Surprisingly, the answer to that question is no, but the end result of combining two Girl Talk albums in their ENTIRETY is so annoying, I kinda wish that it did.

Multimedia artist Evan Roth (previously responsible for the fantastic "Cache Rules Everything Around Me" video) decided to take the mashup craze one step further for an exhibit in Paris by stacking Gregg Gillis' most recent album All Day on top of his breakout 2006 album Night Ripper. After the smoke clears, what remains is a 49 minutes onslaught of audio stimuli for ADD-addled minds.


When you close your eyes, it's sort of like the music folder on your computer is vomiting uncontrollably. But that probably makes this sound far more awesome than it is.

If for some reason you feel that you must download an MP3 copy of this, um, thing, for further evaluation, you can get that here

[via Vulture]

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