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This was a fun one!

La Tour - People Are Still Having Sex
Daft Punk - Around The World
Rammstein - Du Hast

It's probably the best one I have done so far and I did it on a lark. It's a happy bouncy kind of track due primarily to the main hook from the La Tour track. I've lately been mostly using one track in the front and the other in the back for the entire thing, this is the first one were I give mostly equal time to both La Tour and Rammstein. Daft Punk is mostly in and around serving as glue for the piece.

http://www.getdjpet.com/mixes/www.getdjpet.com-people_are_still_having_hate_sex_around_the_world.mp3

Yes I know that Hast means have and not hate. Since everyone mistranslates it as 'do you hate me' I figured that I would riff on that :)

As always if you like the track please comment and if you use it on a gig please credit me :)

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sariel_t
Sep. 8th, 2009 05:44 pm (UTC)
So much hotness! *drool*
darxus
Sep. 8th, 2009 07:05 pm (UTC)
I was curious where you got the "hate" in your title, and did a little googling. It's apparently a common misconception that "hast" means "hate". And apparently the English version, which is not a translation, and for which I cannot find lyrics, instead uses "hasst", which does mean "hate".

Word for word literal translation:

Du = you
hast = have
mich = me
gefragt = asked
und = and
Ich = I
hab = have
nichts = not
gesagt = said

In English grammar word order, "You have asked me and I have not said..."

http://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/german-lyrics-translation/26437-rammstein-du-hast.html#post295477
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Du_hast

So yeah, the title "du hast" translates to "you have".
mrpet
Sep. 8th, 2009 08:51 pm (UTC)
Yes I know. It was a joke since Du Hast is a wedding ceremony that is constantly mistranslated. This is why I put the tracks together.
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