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Music Video: Tiga – Mind Dimension

A 90s rave-tastic/Windows 95 screensaver looking video for an old school sounding track.

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Tiga x The Bloody Beetroots

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Tiga – Mind Dimension (The Bloody Beetroots Remix) *Link Removed by Request*
Cheers, DiscoattacK

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Tiga x NT89 x Shinichi Osawa

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Tiga – Mind Dimension (NT89 & Shinichi Osawa Remix)

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The All-American Rejects x The Bloody Beetroots

I guess everyone wants some of the Beetroots’ magical remix touch from Pink, Tiga, and The All-American Rejects. Interesting and different sound for the Bloody Beetroots. I like. So many new tracks by The Bloody Beetroots! I want to hear the Mind Dimension Remix!

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The All-American Rejects – Gives You Hell (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)

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Fake Blood x Glenjamn

Glenjamn captured Fake Blood’s magic with his Ninja Vid skills. Fake Blood is using 2 CDJ’s and Serato, quite an impressive DJ setup for one man. His little live edit of Tiga’s Mind Dimension is great which segues into his own edit of Soulwax’s version of Daft Punk’s Teachers. He cuts up the syllables in Teachers to “say” Fake Blood like he does in all his remixes/edits. So great. I can’t wait to hear more of Fake Blood in 2009, I can’t believe I just got into him these past few weeks. Better now then never.

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2 Many DJ’s drop, Tiga – Mind Dimension

Cheers, Baked Not Fried

After watching Part of the Weekend Never Dies numerous times, I realized that I love anything involving the Dewaele Brothers. Tiga has been a longtime collaborator and I am very excited for his new material.

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