Looking for oldies remixes for an 80's party im djing
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    Default Looking for oldies remixes for an 80's party im djing

    As stated in the title im look for some oldies remixes such as these







    Im Djin an 80's retro party and just looking for all oldies remixes doesnt have to be 100 percent 80's just 70s-90s maby early 2000's at newest!

    Thanks ahead of time!
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    Beatport has some remixes in the Hip Hop and Pop/Rock sections I believe. Soundcloud would be a good source too I reckon.

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    Yes, you could find interesting remixes on SoundCloud if you do good search word searches. Awful stuff, too.

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    80's remixes? These have to be the easiest thing to find. P-Diddy has made a career out of 'em!

    Check out DJ Scene's 2080's Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 mixes for some inspiration. You'll be glad you did...
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    Any reason why you can just use the original song? just wonderin

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    BTW http://ghettofunk.co.uk announces now and then really cool ghetto-funk remixes of eighties stuff..

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    youtube blocked at work, why type of 80s? I know a dj that has tons of remixed 80s new wave and synth pop
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    Quote Originally Posted by manchild View Post
    Any reason why you can just use the original song? just wonderin
    Because i want to twist it up. There a problem with that?

    Quote Originally Posted by DJ JesC View Post
    youtube blocked at work, why type of 80s? I know a dj that has tons of remixed 80s new wave and synth pop
    If it sounds good ill take it doesnt matter if its DnB, Electro, house, trance, dubstep, whatever all songs are considered!

    Thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwonka27 View Post
    Because i want to twist it up. There a problem with that?




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    Nope, just a friendly question with no bad intentions

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    Well for your thorough answer then, I have always been the type of person to show people something they have never heard, whether that be a remix, a brand new song that came out 2 days ago or and old song that no one has ever heard of. Some gem remixes of some classics would kill it around here and give me the opportunity to slowly transition into some standard house music if i get them dancing and after a few drinks they wont even realize where i have taken them on the journey. People around where i live dont like EDM aka "techno" as they call it because its just that "Techno". Completely biased but if opened correctly and after plenty of typical bar/party songs and of course drinks, they wont even notice that they are bobbing there head at the song i played on the jukebox 2 weeks ago that they skipped because it was just "too repetitive".

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