M.U.L.E. (Aerobics in the jungle mix)

Track info
Arranged by:
Mahoney Veteran
Member:
Composed by:
Roy Glover
Duration:
3:35
Released:
24/07/2002
All-Time charts position:
887
Story
It starts with Britney Spears, and then a horse. (btw, what's the difference?) But it gets better! This is:

M.U.L.E. (Aerobics in the jungle mix)

Seriously, if you can't dance to this, then you can't dance at all. For you Jarre-lovers out there, there's some Zoolook-funk and some delicate rainforest birds! I'd love to see you all sweat to this one! Original SID by Roy Glover and Electronic Arts in 1983.

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Michael Lucas-Smith (...@student.anu.edu.au) wrote:

MULE remix. Damn! This remix totally rocks. I'm so impressed!!
I used to play MULE with my family back when I was like.. 6 years old :

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Christian Maslak (...@ioi.dk) wrote:

Hi there, just wanted to drop a line, since i enjoy your remixes a lot.

I find them very refreshing, and, indeed, my favourites in the lot.

Thanx for the music

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Markus Schneider (...@c64music.de) wrote:

Fucking cool ...
Just go on ...

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LMan / Remix64 (---.buero.blasberg-computer.de) wrote:

The Genius strikes again!! Muchos congratulationes für the wonderful rendition of M.U.L.E. Tops stuff!

  • draws hat*

- Markus

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Have a noise summer! /Pex Mahoney Tufvesson
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I wish more arrangers would do such "salads", even when they are done only for me
A sparking firework of creativity, as to be expected from Mahoney.
Great! Funny! Much underrated!
Superb! You might get confused while listening to it the first time. Listen to it some more times and you will love it.:-)
Makes me wanna dance and jump around! Added to my collection.
Quirky and interesting. Not something you'd play in your car while cruising down city streets unless you wanted someone to think you were a Prize Patrol, but fun all the same.
Verry funny
Review by ozzy1
29/01/2003

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Going for an hour in the gym?
Going for a run in the forrest?
Going sillydancing in the garden?
Going to a crazy come as you are-party?

If any of the above, listen to this tune first.

Have a girlfriend? Try NOT having a fun time to this music.

I love it, and so does my bird in the cage (yeah, there is a lot of bird-noices in there).

This remix is what my cbm64 - days was all about. Fun, giggles and more fun!
Review by LaLa
04/02/2003

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I am a bit mystified about why people rate this tune so high. It`s a mixed salad of jungle samples, an electronic lead, some samples from Jarre`s Zoolook, and even a female a capella performance mixed with males shouting Hey! found its way into this remix. Sure, it`s a quality recording, it sounds like a great production, it`s even funny at times, but its musical value is not exactly outstanding.
Review by eliot
10/03/2003

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LaLa: we rate it so high, because it's great, really outstanding. Of course not everyone like this style - but for me it's one of the best remixes ever I wish more arrangers would do such salads, even when they are done only for me
Review by LMan
23/01/2003

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The jungle fever is on the loose! Go and get yourself infected!

Extraordinary well produced (like all of Mahoney's tunes), and really innovative (like all of Mahoney's tunes). What's left to say?

Grab this mix and sing along: Laaa behdum dum baah dum bah dut...

Great work!
Review by Procyon
20/08/2008

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I was watching TV recently, and the advertisement for Foot Locker and Nike's House of Hoops campaign came on. The music sounded so familiar. I thought they used part of this remix. So I did some research on the music in the ad. It turns out that the beat which Mahoney used as the background to this remix was originally created by DJ Strobe. The Track is Kodo - Strobe's Nanafushi (Satori mix) from the album Sai-So: The Remix Project out on Sony/Tristar music. Granted, Strobe's beat and the M.U.L.E. theme sound so great together, it's like they should have always been one track. But I thought it was interesting that I didn't find any mention of DJ Strobe's beat in the information about this remix, and I thought it should be clarified.