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Ni Ten Ichi Ryu / Two Sword Technique (by Photek) 

With Star Wars: Visions premiering on Disney Plus today, I’m reminded of Photek’s Ni Ten Ichi Ryu (Two Swords Technique). This was a classic that used to play on MTV’s Electronica show, AMP, back in the 1990s. It was also used in the end credits…

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Malignant (dir. by James Wan) 

James Wan’s newest horror film, Malignant is something that really needs to be seen without any prior input on it. If there’s any way you can watch it – whether you see it in theatres or on HBO Max up until October 10th – It’s…

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A Love Bizarre – by Sheila E. & Prince 

When I think about 1985’s Krush Groove (which doesn’t happen too often these days), two things comes to mind. The Fat Boys raiding a local Sbarro’s pizzeria (I really miss their Pizza), and Sheila E. singing Love Bizarre. Love Bizarre is one of my favorite songs. Written by Sheila E. and Prince, it’s a pop piece that puts Sheila front and  center on vocals. If you listen, you can hear Prince doing the backup vocals, which was a nice touch.  Normally, Sheila’s known for her drum work – she was part of the set of drummers Hans Zimmer brought in to work on the Man of Steel score.

The original radio edit of the song is about 4 minutes, but like most songs in the 1980s, we’re blessed with an extended 12 minute dance ’til you get tired mix. Love this song.

 

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