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R.I.P. Malcolm McLaren Tribute Mix

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DJ Premier – Malcolm McLaren Tribute Mix

  1. Malcolm McLaren – It Was A New York Phenomenon
    Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK
    Malcolm McLaren – Zulu Nation Party Interview
    The World Famous Supreme Team Show – World Famous Supreme Team Show on (WHBI) #1
    World Famous Supreme Team – Buffalo Gals
    World Famous Supreme Team – World Famous Supreme Team Show on (WHBI) #2
    World Famous Supreme Team – World’s Famous
    World Famous Supreme Team – Do Ya Like Scratchin’? (Feat. Malcolm McLaren)
    Malcolm McLaren – Let It Flow (Do Ya Like Scratchin’?) (Feat. KRS-One)
    Malcolm McLaren – Seeing Bow Wow Wow Show (Live)
    Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy
    Malcolm McLaren – 42nd Street
    World Famous Supreme Team – She’s Looking Like A Hobo
    Art Of Noise – Beat Box (Original Version)
    Art Of Noise – Close (To The Edit)
    Malcolm McLaren – El San Juanera
    Yes – Owner Of A Lonely Heart
    Yes – Leave It
    Art Of Noise – Moments In Love
    World Famous Supreme Team – Hey DJ
    Malcolm McLaren – Shout Out (Feat. Burn One & Forrest Gump)

This is very respectful of DJ Premier, respect! R.I.P. Malcolm McLaren! Pff, again, how fucking dope is this??!! We all know Preem loves rock, check the end out where Panchi and Premo discuss the realness of the 80s and street DJs.

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19 Responses to “R.I.P. Malcolm McLaren Tribute Mix”

  • Comment from dj fuze

    wow, this is mental i need to download this….

  • Comment from DJ Con Artist

    R.I.P. I still bang Buffalo Gals to this day, dude was on some next level. Big Up Primo for doin’ these tributes which will be iconic when we look back on em’. Plus he’s kinda creating a new lane w/ these. People are starting to expect these from him now. 1 Hunid.

  • Comment from Lg Roc

    Shit is dope,
    I came from skateboard scene from the 90´s, where you get

    in touch with the streets, for real… hookers, hustlers,

    dealers, punk, rap, and all that shit.
    So i grew up listening pure hip hop music, funk, soul and

    also indie rock, punk.
    And it is dope to listen Dj Premier make a tribute to the

    real alternative musicians with attitude.
    So as a Dj Premier fan i feel thankful to listen this

    If you guys like also indie and alternative rock, i

    recommend my prefered bands:

    Superchunk, Dinossaur Jr, Pavement, Pixies, The

    Pillows…etx etc etc…


  • Comment from greg

    word to dj premier & malcom mclaren

  • Comment from andre b

    Wonce again, DJ Premier connecting the dots like no one else can.

    This mix struck a strong chord with me because- being a white guy living in the suburbs in the late 80s- hip-hop came to my attention by way of a punk-rock mix tape that my friends and I used to trade to each other. That’s how we discovered music from bands in different cities in those days; we traded mix tape cassettes. The Beastie Boys have made this point in the past, but it seems to be a forgotten fact: hip-hop initially found a white audience with the same people who were open-minded enough to like punk as well, because they liked music that took some chances, that wasn’t afraid to be different . . .

    Remember the opening question on De La’s “Stakes is High”? The first thing you hear on that album is a someone saying “when I first heard Criminal Minded”. Well, when *I* first heard Criminal Minded it was the song The Bridge is Over, which was on one of those punk rock mix cassettes from way back when!

    Anyway, thanks for posting this incredible mix, and all the memories that it triggered. I’ve been reading a lot McLaren obituaries in the past week, but none of them adequately described his role in recognizing hip-hop as the vital, dynamic music movement that it was.

    Much appreciation,


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  • Comment from Tamara

    Thanks for this. McLaren was cool and he will be missed.

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  • Comment from @meta_experience

    Werd to the mix, rip to the man.

  • Comment from Phat Neck

    Respect for a fine mix – nothing from FANS though? Brilliant cross-over opera beats treats from Mr McLaren.

  • Comment from Jeff

    RIP Malcolm Mclaren:

    It was a good compilation of tunes. I wouldn’t call it a mix though.

  • Thanks Primo for this great mix. I produced some of these tracks for Malcolm. This includes “It Was A New York Phenomenon”, “Zulu Nation Party Interview”, “Bow Wow Wow Show (Live)”, “42nd Street”
    and the “Shout Out (Feat. Burn One & Forrest Gump)”. We were also honored to meet with some of the pioneers and also to work with KRS, Rakim and De La as well as upcoming artists.

    Thank you again, it is important for us to really tell the story about how it really was. How Hip Hop is really a culture with many disciplines that changed the world. It is the soundtrack of our lives.
    Henri Scars Struck

  • Comment from Warren

    Nice, but what did MM have to do with Art of Noise? Also, as someone says above, needs some Fans – eg Madame Butterfly (Un Bel Di Vedremo)

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  • Comment from Pearce

    @Warren: Art of Noise were formed out of the Duck Rock sessions, so though MM wasn’t involved in their music he’s responsible for their inception. Which is a similar situation to his relationship with Sex Pistols now I think about it.

  • Comment from C. Percival

    I remember hanging with Malcolm in a NYC club and spotting Guru and Primo chatting. I said Malcolm, that’s Guru and Primier over there at which time his eyes lit up. “The lads from Gangstarr”? He was very excited and honored to meet you both.

    Mass Appeal has been looping in my head non stop for the last week. Will never forget the time and place I first heard it.

    R.I.P to Malcolm and Bald Head Slick

  • Comment from sp

    the download isn’t working is it just me?

  • Comment from La Phoeniquera

    Malcolm will Forever Live On and On throughout the Generations..I was blessed to have been in the thick of it all when He Busted Loose!! Gracias Dios Por este Loco Malcolm McClaren!!

  • Comment from DJ RDK

    Wouaaa!! in france Malcom Maclaren was a star of punk music and also HH… rest in peace
    And maximum repect to DJ PRIMO for dis mix…real think of The Hip Hop when i was young…with art of noise song…wouaaa
    Great mix…
    Thank yo primo…one day i being your luv for da music…that’s all…

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