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Deep Edition 2008 v5 [Pt. 1 & 2]

Sorry for the delay, but Comcast is up to no good again. Previously they had been throttling my uploads around an average of 55 kb/s, but are now limiting it around 5 kb/s.

Heck, with those kind of speeds, who needs cable when dial up is much faster? That’s ok. I went ahead and switched to AT&T which I should have up and running no later than Tuesday. It has been nothing short of a nightmare with Comcast. Their commercials always talk about “how fast they are” and their service is “Comcastic” et. al. Since switching from DSL to cable, I can honestly testify that their service is purely “Comcraptic”. Slow speeds, constant connection losses and now the throttling of my uploads to the point where it’s impossible to get one of my podcasts’ uploaded, is completely unacceptable.

Whether I’m uploading to Podbean, Flickr or Mozy (online storage), their service makes it impossible to get anything done without ripping out my hair. Oh wait, I just shaved it off this past weekend, so I guess a better analogy would be in order.

Regardless, you get my point. What’s funny (or maybe not), I called in yesterday for my weekly bitchfest with their support department. As always, they check the lines from their end and “claim everything tests fine”. If that’s the case, then please explain to me why my Internet service went down for two hours yesterday evening, and then when it came back up, all was fine in Comcrapticland? Coincidence? I think not.

If you are experiencing this type of poor quality Internet experience with your ISP, click on the Comcast image on the left hand side and sign up to make your voice heard. Net neutrality is something that’s been debated for a long time now, and stands a much better chance of passage now that the Democrats are in charge. Naturally, the ISP’s are against it. Why you ask? Because companies like Comcast have oversold their capacity to the point of not being able to viably sustain their networks.

Meanwhile, they stifle competition in the areas they serve, ensuring their monopolistic ventures continue unquestioned and unabated with their already poor quality service. Consequently, they are devising ways to start charging customers for the amount of bandwidth they consume each month. I’m sorry, but the whole point of the Internet and faster connections was to allow people to be more productive while providing an overall better user experience. Unfortunately, it’s having the opposite affect.

Those of you that access the Internet wirelessly through your cell phones, your next. At what point do we as citizens demand we get the service the ISP’s promise (and that we pay for) but refuse to deliver? The time is now to speak up and let Congress know that you’re “mad as hell and you’re NOT going to take it anymore“. Alright, I’ll step down from my soapbox for now…on to the music!

As promised, Party Favorz is serving up another installment of the Deep Edition this week. This time around, the music leans heavily towards a more progressive and tech house sound. From Eric Prydz’ now classic “Pjanoo” to Mark Knight’s classic update of “Man With The Red Face” or House Music United’s “Yes We Can” this is some serious electronica. Needless to say, this is NOT your parents house music.

Listen very closely, as the layer’s continue to build one on top of the other like a stack of heaping pancakes. Before you know it, you’ll be cooled down on side two with some whip cream and blueberry’s. On the latter song, you’ll notice HMU dropped in one of Barak Obama’s inspirational speeches. While this is in no way an endorsement of his candidacy, the guy can sure give one heck of an inspiring totally prepared speech (sorry had to get that jab in).

Take advantage of these mixes, because as we start sliding into Summer, I won’t be doing any of the Deep Editions for a while. Going into the next few months, my primary focus will be on the “House, Electro, Funky & Mainstream Club Editions”.

Even though I won’t be posting this next week, I’ll be back the following week with my “First Splash Edition” and an early to mid-nineties “Classix Edition” soon after that. I hope everyone enjoys their weekend. We’ve had great Spring weather all week, though it looks like rain might be moving into the ATL today. Oh well, we need it to help lift us out of the drought.

I’ll be getting to work on my first project, cleaning out my computer and installing a new motherboard. I’m also long overdue for a major backup to my external drives. I’ll catch everyone in a couple of weeks, until then…Enjoy!

Due to the original structure of this post, the two separate sets have now been combined into one and remastered based on the techniques used in current podcasts.

Album : Deep Edition 2008 v5 | Pt. 1 & 2
Genre : Progressive House, Tech House
Total Time : 2:27:11.00

Track : 1
Title : Piano Feeling (Original Mix)
Artist : Jean Carles Ferrer

Track : 2
Title : Alone With You (Original Mix)
Artist : Deadmau5

Track : 3
Title : If You Wouldn’t Mind (Tiger Stripes Remix)
Artist : Sunshine Jones

Track : 4
Title : Man With The Red Face (Original Club Mix)
Artist : Mark Knight & Funkagenda

Track : 5
Title : Disco Is Back (2008 Original Mix)
Artist : Dinka

Track : 6
Title : Walking Time (Original Mix)
Artist : Ramzus

Track : 7
Title : Poka Gorod Spit (Original Mix)
Artist : Shuz Puppy

Track : 8
Title : Lost And Confused (Original Mix)
Artist : Eelke Kleijn

Track : 9
Title : Pjanoo (Original Mix)
Artist : Eric Prydz

Track : 10
Title : To Forever (Deadmau5 Mix)
Artist : Rachael Starr

Track : 11
Title : Jaguar (Original Mix)
Artist : Sebastien Leger

Track : 12
Title : 4 AM (Adam K & Soha Mix)
Artist : Kaskade

Track : 13
Title : Ushuaia (Francesco Pico Mix)
Artist : Alex Dolby

Track : 14
Title : Give It Up (Reaction) (Adam K, Soha & Alex Gold Remix)
Artist : Alex Gold

Track : 15
Title : T.K.O. (Original Mix)
Artist : Ashley Wallbridge

Track : 16
Title : Fortune Cookie (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
Artist : Oliver Moldan & Harada

Track : 17
Title : Colors (Are Forever) (Christian Hornbostel Remix)
Artist : Alfred Azzetto feat. Geneiva Allen

Track : 18
Title : Wrapped (Marcelo Castelli Remix)
Artist : Vincent

Track : 19
Title : Deepest Desire (Original Mix)
Artist : Eric Kupper & K Scope

Track : 20
Title : Untitled #3 (Original Mix)
Artist : MPB

Track : 21
Title : Funky Nation (Original Mix)
Artist : Ministry Of Funk

Track : 22
Title : Streetgirls (D-Nox & Beckers Remix)
Artist : Tocadisco

Track : 23
Title : Yes We Can (Original Mix)
Artist : House Music United

Track : 24
Title : There Is A God (Tom Novy & Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
Artist : DJ Chus meets Pete Tha Zouk

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