People who say "I can do what that Girl Talk guy does. It's easy.” prove the universal truth, "Opinions can't be wrong but they can be stupid.” Such statements mirror the sentiment of idiots who stare at a Mark Rothko or Jackson Pollock painting and utter, "I could do that." Critics descriptions of the artist have been all over the map. Gillis' work has been categorized as Andy Warhol pop art; post modern; the Baroque period to the Renaissance of mash up music in 2005; MTV nostalgia; and I just referenced Abstract Expressionist painters. So, is there one label that aptly captures Girl Talk's expertly crafted, frenetic, dance worthy, mash up music? Yes, he is an American Colorist with sound. Read the entire essay “What’s in a Label? Classifying Girl Talk Correctly” here: http://www.fistfulofwords.com/2011/04/whats-in-label-classifying-girl-talk.html
Any help on who is sampled in "On to the next , got money in my pocket. Put your hands up if tonight you're trying to rock it"? It comes on just before Spacehog. It is also in the live concert mix from Binghampton, NY. Thanks for your help.