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Boogie Pimps Somebody to love Saltshaker Remix

20 Mar 2011 19:45 #22230 by paulsamiga
Not realy on topic but I thought I'ed still share. :unsure:

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20 Mar 2011 22:15 #22234 by davidelliot2000
Replied by davidelliot2000 on topic Re: Boogie Pimps Somebody to love Saltshaker Remix
Super sweet and full of fetish, much to like.
Are the Boogie Pimps from the United States? the theme is way too ok with it self sexually to be American, seems like somthing the French, Italians, Norwegans or Sweeds would do.
Were do the Boogie Pimps come from?

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21 Mar 2011 02:03 #22241 by Grayface
That was SOOOooo bizarre and yet strangely awesome.

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21 Mar 2011 02:45 #22243 by fats
from Wikipedia

Boogie Pimps is the name of an electronic band from Erfurt, Germany. It was formed by the two DJs Mark J Klak and Mirko Jacob.
Their collaboration started in 2000, when Mirko Jacob started performing in Klak's JoueJoueClub in Erfurt.
Mirko Jacob has since left the group, and his place was filled by Australian-born Jon Henderson.
In autumn 2003, Boogie Pimps released their first single, a cover version of Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love". In January 2004 this song entered the Top Ten of the UK Singles Chart. The music video for "Somebody to Love" was an instant hit in the UK, it featured infants sky diving out of a plane towards a giant woman (Natasha Mealey) laying on a grassy hill country landscape in her underwear, singing the song.
Their second single, "Sunny" was also a cover song. It was originally recorded by Bobby Hebb but the version was covered by Candee Jay.
In 2004 they appeared on a white label, which was not widely released, under the pseudonym 'Pimps Guerilla'. They performed songs such as "Right Out of Here" and "Make 'em Drop". While "Make 'em Drop" made it onto a few compilations, "Right Out of Here" is not commercially available, with the exception of whitelabels. This could be for legal reasons, as extracts of lyrics and melody were sampled from the end of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody".


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