Steinski ‎– Nothing To Fear: A Rough Mix

Soul Ting ‎– ST1017
CD, Album, Mixed


Total Playing Time 59:02
1 Tonight From NY Intro 1:32
2 Swingset (10 Beautiful Girls Mix) 3:21
3 Opening Credits 1:17
4 Greatest Man Alive (Man’s Game Mix) 2:32
5 The ID (Small World Mix) 3:23
6 Let's Get It On (Big Daddy Mix) 1:25
7 Hit The Disco (MC Enuff Mix) 3:49
8 Lolita (Burning Mix) 1:36
9 Hot Spot (Terrible Love Mix) 2:50
10 It's A Funky Thing Pt. 1 (Special Feature!) 5:19
11 BBoy Breakdown (You Got The Job Mix) 2:29
12 B-Beat Classic (Airwave Interlude) 0:36
13 Funk Construction (Prodigal Son Mix) 3:01
14 Them That's Not (Cash Mix) 2:10
15 Swan Lake (Beat Poets Mix) 3:07
16 Here We Come (Death Mix) 2:18
17 Product Of The Environment (Redfern Gowanus Electro Mix) 1:42
18 By Any Means Necessary (Malcolm & Bobby Mix) 2:07
19 The Art Of Getting Jumped 1:09
20 I Like It Like That (Scratch It One Time Mix) 1:03
21 Solid Air (Junk Mood Mix) 3:23
22 Country Grammar (Hydro Mix) 2:34
23 Let's Get It On (Reprise Dub) 0:46
24 Muscles (Mistake Interlude) 0:24
25 Easin' In (Pedro's Letter Mix) 1:27
26 It's Time To Testify (MC5 Mix) 1:54
27 The Acid Test 0:52
28 Silent Partner (Peace Out) 0:52



Produced for Solid Steel/BBC London.
Produced and mixed at Reckless Spenders (NYC, USA).

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April 15, 2016

i picked up a copy of this in Australia and it's one of the best DJ mixes i have ever heard, so creative...a classic


November 19, 2015
What can I say that Freddy Fresh hasn't already? This is a work of genius by cut and paste king Steinski. I can't imagine how much work went into this. Its an absolute classic. Freddy said it all. You need this!


August 5, 2014
How can it even be possible that this masterpiece of craftsmanship lays unglorified, and undignified here on Discogs. As the tiger in Jungle Book said ("Could It be Possible that you don't know who this is?) Steinski the man, the DJ, The remixer, The Producer, the legend has laid down a masterpiece of mixing history here that covers genres that few DJs could even understand yet alone mix, edit and morph into workable pieces for this tapestry of sheer ART. Just the intro alone spans more complex arrangements and clever mixing tricks than many a pro could even come close to matching. The thing is, he doesn't just take records (MP3s to the "new" DJ's) and mix them together to create a "blend" Steinski takes fragments of sound, music, voice snips and "twists" them to carefully and meticulously make them "fit" into his vision for this mastermix. A true pioneer who did radio work in New York City and garnished his fame with partner Double Dee to come onto the scene by winning a mastermix contest for Tommy Boy records. He is no stranger to the studio or turntables. Sad thing is in todays world of mash ups and auto mixing few people will even understand the depth and sheer painstaking man hours that he must have put in to pull off this mastermix. Clever humorous interludes, sound effects, and customized blends (mashups) all put into this work to create and leave the listener inspired. A journey through the history of Dance, Jazz, Funk, Blues etc.. Worth a listen if not just for the hilarious skit with the "Role Model" rapper. I salute you Steinski and there is NO way Im going to sleep without at least one person discovering your contribution to DJ history..
Freddy Fresh author of Freddy Fresh Presents The Rap Records