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Listen to Apollo Zero's George Michael-Robin Thicke Mash Up


Who ever knew that George Michael and Robin Thicke would be so compatible?

Mash up artist Apollo Zero combined George Michael's '80s hit ballad "Careless Whisper" with Robin Thicke's more recent hit "Lost Without U" to create a new brew, titled "Lost Without Careless Whisper."

The result is a near-flawless teaming of the two balladeers. It's pretty amazing how well in tune they are, especially in the first half of the song.

Apollo Zello tells AudioPornCentral about producing the track. "(. . .) I knew the track had to stay a ballad, so what to do? Most of my boots are new school meets old school and in keeping with that I came across the instrumental of George Michael's Careless Whisper. I heard a few similarites in my head of the two tracks, but Robin had to be phrased a bit differently to work," the mash up artist explains.

"I knew it was going to need some serious vocal stretching, cutting and pasting to make it sound right (. . .) It amazes me how well they work and vibe together and it also makes you realize why we dont see many bootleg ballads!"

Get Apollo Zero "Lost Without Careless Whisper"

September 16, 2007 in Mash Ups | Permalink


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except that the acapella seems to operate on its own tempo altogether. c'mon mate you're better than that....

Posted by: at Sep 21, 2007 5:42:41 AM

Historical of Sniper Ali murtadlo

La Moreé Mafia first began in the early 1900's when the first Russians settled in
this barren land. The Mafia, like most organizations, has flourished during certain
periods and struggled violently during others.

The epoch between the early 30's and 40's was an especially difficult time for La
Moreé Mafia. Despite this, the local Mafia was able to overcome such destitution by
oppressing the poor and underpriveleged. It has continued with its undisputed reign
of terror over Moree until the present day, where it now has an horrorific grip on
the entire township.

The Moo-Woof Gang
Formerly known as "the Dog Jj" this ferociously violent mob started in 1998, with
the intentions of destroying MY mafia, which has been so vigilantly and tirelessly
built up over the past 100 yrs.
Fortunately for "the Dog Jj" the Mafia was quite merciful with them and spared their
very lives as they pledged allegiance to the one and true Russian Mafia.

Ivan Lindenburgh, 25 March 1901.
Vince Mackenro, 29 March 1906.
Rob Millar, 17 October 1911.
Jaymz Killda, 08 August 1927. Traitor
Eddy Mugook, 31 May 1929.
Boris, 07 March 1949.
Chloe Maxwell, 03 January 1950.
Cookie, 13 August 1950.
Janice Grigorieva, 24 December 1950. Traitor
Rufus Nemephus, 07 April 1967.
Louisiania Loft, 26 September 1971.
Cornelia Razensod, 15 March 1982.
Jade Rhimstone, 23 June 1998.

Shak Plex
Shakhovskaya, Elisabeth (also Elizaveta) Borisovna (1773-1796), Countess, daughter
of Lieutenant General, Count Boris Grigorievich Shakhovskoy and his wife Baroness
Varvara Alexandrovna Stroganova, was born November 29, 1773. She spent her childhood
and youth in France, where, February 4, 1792, she was married off to Prince d'Arenberg
(1757-1795), who took an active part in revolutionary events in Europe. When she found
out about the marriage, Catherine II was indignant, "Je veux agir avec vigueur dans
un pareil cas" (I'm going to act resolutely in this case). She ordered both countesses
to return to Russia and Prince d'Arenberg was not allowed to enter the country.
Catherine II was afraid of his revolutionary ideas, which could become more
productive with the help of the enormous fortune of the countesses (they had 13,000
serfs only in the Perm region). The marriage was dissolved by the Holy Sinod. On her
return to Russia Elizabeth fell in love with her namesake, Count Piotr (also Peter)
Fiodorovich Shakhovskoy (1773-1841) and left with him to his estate, where they were
married against the will of her parents. A year later Elizabeth committed suicide by
poisoning herself. This death aroused much whispering in high society. There were
several legends. The first one said that her former husband, Prince d'Arenberg,
came to Russia incognito, met her and asked her to return to him. After she refused,
he committed suicide April 2, 1795 in Rome. She, in her turn, died when she learned
about his death.

The second legend is more probable: Elizabeth fell in love with a young guard officer,
unfortunately her love was not mutual and the passionate beauty chose death.

Posted by: Ali Murtadlo at Aug 11, 2008 3:16:57 AM

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