DJ Shadow Cut Chemist ‎– Product Placement

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Sesame Street I Got Two
Little Grady Lewis & Soul Smokers Smokin' Soul
Dennis Coffey And The Detroit Guitar Band A Whole Lot Of Love
LL Cool J I Need Love
Eddie Simpson Big Black Funky Slave
Harold Alexander Mama Soul
Charlie Whitehead Let's Do It Again (Part 3)
Cold Grits It's Your Thing
The Backyard Heavies* Expo '83
Timmy Thomas Sexy Woman
Kool & The Gang N.T.
Freddy Scott* (You) Got What I Need
James & Bobby Purify I'm Your Puppet
The Oceanliners* Funky Pants
Thunder, Lightning & Rain Super Funky (Part 1)
James Brown Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothin'
Unknown Artist Superstition
National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation Rappin' With Gas
CD III Get Tough
Man Parrish Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop)
The B-Boys Rock The House
Newcleus Jam On It
Davy DMX One For The Treble
Grandmaster Melle Mel Step Off
Newcleus Destination Earth
The Soul Searchers Ashley's Roachclip
Orange Krush Action
Pieces Of A Dream Mt. Airy Groove
Bill Withers Kissin' My Love
Mandrill Mango Meat
Jazzy Jeff* A Touch Of Jazz
Kid 'N' Play Last Night (Instrumental)
Esther Williams Last Night Changed It All
James Brown Funky President
Miami Chicken Yellow
Johnny Cameron & The Camerons Funky John
Willie John Ellison* You Got To Have Rhythm
Harvey & The Phenomenals Soul And Sunshine
Mongo Santamaria Coylude
Communicators & Black Experience Band The Road
Dennis Bryant Soul Man
Lifeforce (2) The Freeze
Earnest Jackson Funky Black Man
Little Buck Little Boy Blue
Dandelion Wine Hot Dog
Nu-Sound Express, Ltd. One More Time You All
Nu-Sound Express, Ltd. Keep On Dancin'
Commodores Keep On Dancin'
Gerald Wilson California Soul
The Messengers (6) California Soul
The Poets (2) Fun Buggy
Union (2) Strike
The New Seekers It's The Real Thing
Ivor Raymonde Orchestra It's The Real Thing
The Basic Milk
The Cookie Crew Born This Way (Instrumental)
Larry Sanders (2) Story Of My Love
Jessie James Move On Out Of My Way
Yellow Sunshine Yellow Sunshine
Rodney O & Joe Cooley Cooley High
Nairobi & Awesome Foursome Funky Soul Makossa (Rap)
Logic Circuit Motorcross Pt. 2
Unknown Artist Hell's Belles
The Outcasts (2) Loving You Sometimes
Gran Am Get High
David McCallum House Of Mirrors

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none DJ ShadowCut Chemist DJ ShadowCut Chemist - Product Placement(CD, Ltd, Mixed, Num) ONE29 Recordings none US 2001 Sell This Version
CS 2002 DJ ShadowCut Chemist DJ ShadowCut Chemist - Product Placement(2xLP, Mixed, Unofficial) One 29 Recordings CS 2002 US 2001 Sell This Version
PPLP 4273 DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist - Product Placement(2xLP, Mixed, Unofficial) Pirateria Fonografica PPLP 4273 US 2001 Sell This Version
PH-LP-03 DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist - Product Placement(2xLP, Mixed, Unofficial) One 29 Recordings PH-LP-03 US 2001 Sell This Version
MILK1969 01 6 DJ ShadowCut Chemist DJ ShadowCut Chemist - Product Placement(CD, Mixed, Unofficial) Pirateria Fonografica MILK1969 01 6 UK 2001 Sell This Version
PPCD4273 DJ ShadowCut Chemist DJ ShadowCut Chemist - Product Placement(CD, Mixed, Unofficial) Pirateria Fonografica PPCD4273 US 2001 Sell This Version
none DJ ShadowCut Chemist DJ ShadowCut Chemist - Product Placement(CD, Mixed, Unofficial) One 29 Recordings none US Unknown Sell This Version

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daddy.clarence

daddy.clarence

November 3, 2018
referencing Product Placement, CD, Ltd, Mixed, Num, none
track 1.17 is actually called slowburner by swithold, not superstition
soundandlight

soundandlight

August 15, 2018
referencing Product Placement, CD, Mixed, Unofficial, PPCD4273
MINT Copies Available In Our Warehouse. Reach Out If Required.
tygaelement

tygaelement

March 25, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Product Placement, CD, Mixed, Unofficial, MILK1969 01 6
The guitar instrumental with prominent drums at the beginning of the mix is not tracklisted.
The 7 inch single is ..J.B. Green & Born Again - Time. Green lable records.
short-circuit

short-circuit

July 17, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Product Placement, 2xLP, Mixed, Unofficial, CS 2002
Trax are not mixed... It's the original selection... Even more valable indeed !D

Groovy soul musik !!!
symixosis

symixosis

September 27, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Product Placement, CD, Ltd, Mixed, Num, none

This is one of the dopest and most original mixes I have ever heard. These guys rock. They have such a vast knowledge and repertoire of records, and still keep it real and keep it funky. The segment when they breeze through those killer old school Hip Hop instrumentals ("Get Tough," "Step Off," "One for the Treble," "Action," "Jam on Revenge," etc.) is impressive. Any true Hip Hop fan knows that that is some ill shit that they pulled off there. The rest of the mix, like the Brainfreeze CD/DVD, is an educational tour of old soul, funk, and rock tunes/breaks. And to top it off all of these records are 7" 45's!!! God I would love to see Shadow's collection.
alucas

alucas

February 2, 2004
referencing Product Placement, CD, Ltd, Mixed, Num, none

Anyone who's heard "Brainfreeze" understands that trying to create an equally successful follow-up would be no easy task. "Product Placement" is very good, but falls just a few steps short of great. It's just not as interesting as Brainfreeze, and the Rappin' With Gas segment wears thin upon further listens (unlike Thunderkick, which never gets old). I will say that the jingles section (Coke, Strike Cola, Milk, etc...) is extremely well done. So yeah, this isn't quite the same caliber as Brainfreeze, but it's still better than most mixes you're likely to hear from any other DJ(s).
spammyh

spammyh

September 12, 2003
referencing Product Placement, 2xLP, Mixed, Unofficial, PH-LP-03
If it's on vinyl it's a bootleg....

From DJ Shadow himself
"Most of you are aware that both mix CD's I did with Cut Chemist, Brainfreeze and Product Placement, were bootlegged (counterfeited) en masse. (When I say 'bootleg,' I'm not referring to the phenomenon in Europe where people take vocals of one song and put them on the music of another song. I don't have a problem with this practice, I just call them 'blends' from the hip-hop days). First of all, if you have a vinyl copy of either Brainfreeze or Product Placement, IT'S A BOOTLEG. We never made vinyl, the mixes were CD only. If you bought the CDs at your local Tower, HMV, or for that matter ANY STORE IN THE WORLD, it's a bootleg. Got that? When you see the CDs in your local store, it ain't real. We gave a few copies to Amoeba records, Stacks, Aron's, and a couple other stores in LA, as well as Groove Merchant in San Francisco, but those are long gone and only account for 50 or so CDs. If you go to Amoeba or Aron's now, you'll see bootlegs. If you bought online at SandboxAutomatic or other such sites, THEY ARE BOOTLEGS (The only exception is the 100 or so copies we sold to hiphopsite.com). Other than these few cases, THE ONLY WAY ORIGINAL COPIES WERE SOLD WAS AT OUR SHOWS. This is how 90% of all Brainfreeze copies were sold. Product Placement is still on sale at DJSHADOW.COM, but we're down to our last 100 or so copies. We made 2,000 Brainfreeze CDs and 6,000 Product Placement CDs. DJ Shadow-Live In Austin is a straight-up bootleg of a show I remember not liking very much. I recently saw another live bootleg and a boot of a Product Placement show we did. So it goes on and on. My main concern here is just informing people as to what's "real" (ie, authentic) and what's not. How you spend your money is up to you, but you deserve to know the facts. If you're unhappy with your purchase at a store, by all means let them know they sold you a bootleg and you want your money back!!"