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* ScheduleSlip: The current version, 2.5, is from 2005. 3.0 has been promised for a while, and has yet to materialize. [[{{Vaporware}} He's still working on it, don't you worry...]]
** Is the vaporware thing for real?

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* ScheduleSlip: The current version, For a long time, version 2.5, is from 2005. 3.0 has 5 was the only version of the guide available. A new one had been promised in the works for a while, and has yet to materialize. [[{{Vaporware}} He's still working on it, don't you worry...]]
** Is the vaporware thing for real?
launched in August of 2019.


[[http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/ Ishkur's Guide To Electronic Music]] is a guide by Kenneth John Taylor. Started in 2000, it has gone through several different incarnations, including a notable stay at Website/{{Newgrounds}}, before ending up at Digitally Imported.

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[[http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/ [[http://music.ishkur.com Ishkur's Guide To Electronic Music]] is a guide by Kenneth John Taylor. Started in 2000, it has gone through several different incarnations, including a notable stay at Website/{{Newgrounds}}, before ending up at Digitally Imported.


* Atom & His Package - ''Where Eagles Dare''

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* Atom & His Package - ''Where ''[[Music/TheMisfits Where Eagles Dare''
Dare]]''


* Lords of Acid - ''I Sit On Acid''

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* Lords of Acid Music/LordsOfAcid - ''I Sit On Acid''



* Whitehouse - ''Why You Never Became a Dancer''

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* Whitehouse Music/{{Whitehouse}} - ''Why You Never Became a Dancer''



* Phillip Glass - ''Music in Twelve Parts (Part 2)''

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* Phillip Glass Music/PhilipGlass - ''Music in Twelve Parts (Part 2)''



* Tangerine Dream - ''Phaedra''

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* Tangerine Dream Music/TangerineDream - ''Phaedra''


* Whitehouse - ''Why You Never Became a Danger''

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* Whitehouse - ''Why You Never Became a Danger''Dancer''


* Squarepusher - ''Rustic Raver''

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* Squarepusher Music/{{Squarepusher}} - ''Rustic Raver''


* Patrick Phelan - ''Top Gear - Track One ([[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]])''

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* Patrick Phelan - ''Top Gear - Track One ([[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]])''({{UsefulNotes/SNES}})''


-->[T]hey all sang in English, which is odd because English was universally a second language to them, as evidenced by the fact that the lyrics make no sense and the vocalists have thick accents of indeterminate origin.

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-->[T]hey all sang in English, which is odd because English was universally a second language to them, as evidenced by the fact that the [[WordSaladLyrics lyrics make no sense sense]] and the vocalists have [[WhatTheHellIsThatAccent thick accents of indeterminate origin.origin]].


* Dr. Dre - ''Fuck Wit Dre Day''

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* Dr. Dre Music/DrDre - ''Fuck Wit Dre Day''


* Music/NotoriousBIG - ''Big Poppa''

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* Music/NotoriousBIG Music/TheNotoriousBIG - ''Big Poppa''


* Music/WesleyWillis - ''[[DeadpanSnarker Does It Really Matter What Song It Is?]]''

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* Music/WesleyWillis - ''[[DeadpanSnarker Does It Really Matter What Song It Is?]]''Is?]]''[[note]]The song itself is "Rock 'n Roll [=McDonald's=]"[[/note]]


* Music/WagonChrist - ''Sleeper''

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* Music/WagonChrist [[Music/LukeVibert Wagon Christ]] - ''Sleeper''



* Luke Vibert - ''Get Your Head Down''

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* Luke Vibert Music/LukeVibert - ''Get Your Head Down''



* Massive Attack feat Elizabeth Fraser - ''Teardrop''

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* Massive Attack Music/MassiveAttack feat Elizabeth Fraser - ''Teardrop''


[[https://web.archive.org/web/20130630125223/http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/ Ishkur's Guide To Electronic Music]] is a guide by Kenneth John Taylor. Started in 2000, it has gone through several different incarnations, including a notable stay at Website/{{Newgrounds}}, before ending up at Digitally Imported.

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[[https://web.archive.org/web/20130630125223/http://techno.[[http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/ Ishkur's Guide To Electronic Music]] is a guide by Kenneth John Taylor. Started in 2000, it has gone through several different incarnations, including a notable stay at Website/{{Newgrounds}}, before ending up at Digitally Imported.


* London Elektricity - ''Different Drum''

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* London Elektricity - ''Different Drum''Drum (Nu:Tone Remix)''[[note]]Wrote as London Elektricity - Different Drum.[[/note]]


* Music/MikeOldfield - ''Moonlight Shadow (Stupid Dance Mix)''
* Music/{{Aha}} - ''Take on Me (Stupid Dance Mix)''
* Music/BryanAdams - ''Heaven (Stupid Dance Mix)''
* Don Henley - ''Boys of Summer (Stupid Dance Mix)''
* Music/DuranDuran - ''Boys of Summer (Stupid Dance Mix)''

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* Music/MikeOldfield - ''Moonlight Shadow (Stupid Dance Mix)''
Mix)''[[note]]refers to the cover by Missing Heart[[/note]]
* Music/{{Aha}} - ''Take on Me (Stupid Dance Mix)''
Mix)''[[note]]refers to the cover by Captain Jack[[/note]]
* Music/BryanAdams - ''Heaven (Stupid Dance Mix)''
Mix)''[[note]]refers to the cover by DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do[[/note]]
* Don Henley - ''Boys of Summer (Stupid Dance Mix)''
Mix)''[[note]]refers to the cover by DJ Sammy[[/note]]
* Music/DuranDuran - ''Boys of Summer ''Ordinary World (Stupid Dance Mix)''
Mix)''[[note]]refers to the cover by Aurora featuring Naimee Coleman[[/note]]


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* CoveredUp: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]], as all the examples of Epic House (listed above) are covers listed as "Stupid Dance Mix" versions of the original.

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