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DJ Shadow Releases "Handlebars" Remix
Posted by Steve Juon at Monday, November 24th, 2008 at 3:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Courtesy of DJ Shadow:

DJ Shadow's remix of the Flobots' hit single "Handlebars" on a 45 (7") record is NOW SHIPPING! Shadow re-creates the track to give it a bit more boom-bap, and re- structures the hook. This is a rare Dj Shadow remix, and a must have for vinyl heads!

The 45 also includes the album version, and comes in a limited gatefold vinyl 45 jacket. We have very few of these, and we probably will not be able to re-stock them, so grab one NOW while they are available:

And for those of you who have not yet picked up The 4-Track Era Vol. 3:


OPTION 1: Purchase the 4-track Era Box Bundle (includes all 3 volumes in a shrink-wrapped collection slip-case! + tees, stickers, buttons, and a bonus disc!). 10 Lucky customers who purchase the 4-track Era Box Bundle will receive a free DJ Shadow/Paul Insect signed Outsider print, a free Hard Sell Hollywood Bowl Poster, and more!

Go here for more info on Option 1:

OPTION 2: Purchase any 2 tees and receive The 4-Track Era Vol 3 CD + The 4-track Era Collection Slip-Case FREE

Go here for more info on Option 2:

Option 3: Purchase any 1 tee and receive The 4-track Era Vol 3 CD FREE.

Go here for more info on option 3:

Info on Volume 3:

This is the one all hardcore Shadow fans have been waiting for! Following on from Volume 1: Best of the KMEL Mixes and Volume 2: Best of the Remixes and Megamixes, Volume 3 reveals, for the first time ever, eighteen of Shadow’s earliest original compositions. NOTHING ON THIS CD HAS EVER BEEN AVAILABLE, ANYWHERE, until now.

Among the highlights:

-The original “DJ Shadow’s Theme,” with multiple breaks and cuts colliding for a playful but intricate mission statement

-An alternative mixdown of “Lesson 4,”

-The follow-up to “Lesson 4,” “Lesson 5” which was intended to showcase 45s only (this is 1991 we’re talking about, folks!!)

-Several beats for early MC collaborators T-Mor and Paris

-“The Source Is Serious Business,” Shadow’s entry into a (never released) compilation commissioned by the Source Magazine of all “Unsigned Hype” column winners

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