If I'm not mistaken, this was not originally intended for commercial release due to the overwhelming clearance issues involved, but thankfully it's made its way to us. Andy Votel gives us an hour or so of a trip through the pop, film music, psych and funk (and so on) record bins of used record shops around the WORLD, mash-ups and snippets of over 60 rarities from the '60s through the much more recent past, from the well-known (serge gainsbourg, frank zappa, burt bacharach) to the obscure (Veinica Doble, Devil's Anvil). Much of this is instrumental but there is a healthy smattering of vocals sung in english, french, polish and who knows what else, familiar tunes rendered weird (hurdy gurdy man, have love will travel, scarborough fair, hey jude). Check out Votel's notes on all the samples/bits used:
[...] wow, amazon deleted the link i put in. well, it's out there on the net, find it, it's worth looking for.
This thing is a kitchy treat for the ADD set. Thanks B-Music!!