Archive for September, 2009

Michael Jackson Videos YOU MAY HAVE NEVER SEEN

Posted in Controversy, Dance, Film, Memorabilia, Music, Urban Myths with tags , , , , , , , , on September 13, 2009 by Richard James Clark II


If you were or still are a Michael Jackson fan

Here is some video treats for you

Captain EO

Part 1

Part 2

Captain EO

Captain EO is a 3-D film starring Michael Jackson and directed by Francis Ford Coppola that was shown at Disney theme parks in the 1980s and 1990s.

This is a story description below

The movie tells the story of Captain EO and the ragtag crew of his spaceship on a mission to deliver a gift to a wicked alien leader, the Witch Queen, on her home world of rotting, twisted metal and steaming vents. Captain EO’s alien crew consists of his small flying sidekick Fuzzball, the double-headed navigator and pilot Idee and Odee, robotic security officer Major Domo, a small robot Minor Domo (who fits like a module into Major Domo), and the clumsy elephant-like shipmate Hooter (Tony Cox) who always manages to blunder the crew’s missions.

Upon arriving on the planet, the crew is captured and sentenced to torture. Before being sent away, EO tells the Witch Queen that he sees the beauty hidden within her, and that he brings her the key to unlock it: his song, “We Are Here To Change The World”.

The two robot members of the crew transform into music instruments and the crew members begin to play the various instruments. As Hooter runs toward his instrument, he trips over EO’s cape and breaks his instrument, stopping the music. The spell broken, the Witch Queen orders her guards to capture Captain EO and his crew.

Hooter manages to repair his instrument and sends out a blast of music, providing EO with the power to throw off the guards. He uses his power to transform the dark hulking guards into agile dancers who fall into step behind him for a dance number. As EO presses forward toward the Supreme Leader she unleashes her Nich Warriors, two cybernetic defenders each with a whip and shield that can deflect EO’s power.

The others all run away leaving Captain EO to fight the Nich Warriors alone. EO is trapped by a closing gate and is preparing for a last stand as both the whip warriors draw their whips back for a final blow. Fuzzball drops his instrument and speedily flies over to tie the two whips together, causing the Nich Warriors to be thrown off balance giving EO an opportunity to transform them as well. With no further obstacles, EO uses his power to transform the Witch Queen into a beautiful woman, her lair into a peaceful Greek temple and the planet into a verdant paradise.

A celebration breaks out to “Another Part of Me”, as EO and his crew triumphantly exit and fly off into space.

Special FX used when watching this at Disney World

Captain EO made full use of its 3-D effects. The action on the screen extended into the audience, including lasers, laser impacts, smoke effects, and starfields that filled the theater. These effects resulted in the seventeen-minute film costing an estimated $30 million to produce.[1] At the time it was the most expensive film ever produced on a per-minute basis, averaging out at $1.76 million per minute.


Two new songs appeared in the film. The first, is an early version of “Another Part of Me.” The song was re-mixed and later appeared on Jackson’s hugely successful Bad album. It was released as a single in 1988.

The song also makes a brief appearance in the movie “Rush Hour” in which Chris Tucker mimics Captain EO after blowing up a car.

“We Are Here to Change the World” was not officially released until 2004 as part of Michael Jackson: The Ultimate Collection. This version however, is not the same version heard in the film. Soul/R&B singer Deniece Williams covered the song on her As Good As It Gets album (1988).


This was originally a BBC special and it contains 2 parts.

Part 1

Part 2

Making on In The Closet

Famous video with Naomi Campbell and the great late Herb Ritts


Samples Galore-Part 3 and Part 4

Posted in Music, Urban Myths, Vinyl Records with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 5, 2009 by Richard James Clark II

My favourite presenter on youtube

(By the way that doesn’t rant or claim he is the almighty know it all-and if you saw him in the street you would go and offer him a drink! LOL!)

Apart from Talkbox Mayhem (that will be a delight for you soon for you to learn how to sound like Zapp-Roger Troutman RIP-very Nerdy but cool!)

Talks about his favourite samples on Hip-Hop tracks

Go to his page on youtube funktuall and site below, I will be adding them all on here.

Part III

Some more info from funktuall for you…

Summer Madness by Kool & The Gang

1. Gang Starr for “DJ Premier Is In Deep Concentration”
2. Pete Rock & CL Smooth for “What’s Next on the Menu?”
3. Ice Cube for “You Know How we Do It”
4. Digable Planets for “Jimmi Diggin Cats”
5. Erykah Badu’s “Certainly”
6. Miles Davis’ “Doo Bop Song”
7. Montell Jordan’s “Somethin’ 4 Da Honeyz”

Woman to Woman by Joe Cocker

1. Ultramagnetic MC’s for “Funky” and later for “Blast From Our Past”
2. Nice & Smooth’s “How To Flow”
3. EPMD’s “Knick Knack Patty Whack”

West Coast Poplock by Ronnie Hudson and the Street People

1. N.W.A. for “Straight Outta Compton
2. Poison Clan’s “Something about the Bitch’s”
3. Toddy Tee’s “Do You Wanna Go To the Liquor Store?”

Let a Woman Be a Woman, Let a Man be a Man by Dyke & The Blazers

1. Leaders of the New School’s classic “Case of the P.T.A.”
2. Above The Law for the classic “Menace To Society”
3. 2Pac’s “If My Homie Calls”
4. Kid N Play’s “Damn That DJ”
5. Digital Underground’s “No Nose Job”
6. Run DMC’s “Faces”
7. King T’s “Diss You”
8. X-Clan’s “Rhythm of God”
9. Beck even used it for “Jack-ass”

Think (About It) by Lyn Collins (The Female Preacher)
was used by so many it’s rediculous……….look>>>

1. 2 Live Crew’s “Get Loose Now”
2. 3 Times Dope’s “From Da Giddy Up”
3. Afrika Bambaataa’s “Planet Rock”
4. Biz Markie’s “Road Block”
5. Boyz II Men’s “Motownphilly”
6. Chubb Rock’s “Ya Bad Chubbs”
7. Cookie Crew’s “Bad Girls (Rock the Spot)”
8. Cool C’s “The Glamorous Life”
9. Das EFX’s “Mic Checka”
10. De La Soul’s “Jenifa (Taught Me)”
11. DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince’s “I Wanna Rock”
12. The D.O.C.’s “Lend Me an Ear”
13. EPMD’s “Da Joint”
14. EPMD’s “Gold Digger”
15. Eric B and Rakim’s “What’s on Your Mind?”
16. Geto Boys’s “Seek and Destroy”
17. Janet Jackson’s “Alright”
18. K-9 Posse’s “Ain’t Nothin’ to It”
19. Kid ‘N Play’s “Gittin’ Funky”
20. King T’s “Diss You”
21. Kool G Rap ft DJ Polo’s “Trilogy of Terror”
22. Kool Moe Dee’s “I Go to Work”
23. Nice & Smooth’s “Gold”
24. NWA’s “Appetite for Destruction”
25. Organized Konfusion’s “Organized Konfusion”
26. Public Enemy’s “911 is a Joke”
27. Salt-N-Pepa’s “Negro Wit an Ego”
28. Schoolly D’s “Mama Feel Good”
29. Skinny Boys’s “Get Pepped”
30. Slick Rick’s “Children’s Story”
31. Snoop Dogg’s “Ain’t No Fun”
32. Special Ed’s “I’m the Magnificent”
33. Steady B’s “Nasty Girls”
34. Stezo’s “Talking Sense”
35. Z-Trip’s “Rockstar 2”

and that ain’t all either….those are just the ones I know about.

Part IV

Samples used

1) Ashley’s Roachclip by The Soul Searchers = Paid In Full (Coldcut Remix – Seven Minutes of Madness) – Eric B. & Rakim
2) Hung Up On My Baby by Isaac Hayes = Mind’s Playing Tricks On Me – Geto Boys
3) Trip To Your Heart by Sly & The Family Stone = Mama Said Knock You Out – LL Cool J
4) Into My Own Thing by Sly & The Family Stone = Weapon of Choice – Fatboy Slim
5) Prove My Love To You by Main Ingredient = You Don’t Know My Name – Alicia Keys
6) Cramp Your Style by All The People featuring Ronald Moore = I’m Still #1 – Boogie Down Productions
7) A Deeper Shade of Soul by Ray Barretto = Deeper Shade of Soul – Urban Dance Squad
8) Funky by Chamber Brothers = I Left My Wallet in El Segundo – A Tribe Called Quest
9) Don’t Let It Go To Your Head by Jean Carne = Don’t Let It Go To Your Head – Brand Nubian
10) Method of Modern Love by Hall & Oates = M.E.T.H.O.D. Man – Wu-Tang Clan