Eclectic Method Goes Phish

Posted in boys, films, girls, music by okkame on April 30, 2011


You hate Phish and this could have been a square song collection. But mind your eye’s ears, it’s fantastic here.



AC/DC – Back In Black
Aerosmith – Walk This Way
Allman Brothers Band – One Way Out
Arcade Fire – Wake Up
The Band – The Night They Drove old Dixie Down
Beach Boys – Sloop John B
Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
Beatles – Nowhere Man
Bee Gees – How Deep Is Your Love
Black Sabbath – Iron Man
Blind Faith – Can’t Find My Way Home
Bob Dylan – Shelter From The Storm
Bob Dylan – Lo And Behold
Bob Seger & The silver Bullet Band – Against The Wind
Boston – More Than A Feeling
Brian Eno – Interview
Bruce Springsteen – Born To Run
Chicago – Beginnings
The Clash – Clampdown
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Bad Moon Rising
Curtis Mayfield – Pusherman
Daryl Hall & John Oates – Private Eyes
David Bowie – Queen Bitch
David Bowie – Starman
David Bowie – Ashes to Ashes
Devo – Whip It
Duran Duran – Rio
Doors – Light My Fire
Eagles – Hotel California
Elton John – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Elvis Costello – Pump It Up
Eric Clapton – I Shot The Sherriff
fIREHOSE – Down With The Bass
Fleetwood Man – Go Your Own Way
Frank Zappa – Stinkfoot
Frank Zappa – Peaches En Regalia
Genesis – Anyway
Grateful Dead – Sugar Magnolia
Guns N Roses – Sweet Child Of Mine
Jimi Hendrix – All Along The Watchtower
Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Chile
Huey Lewis And The News – Heart And Soul
Jane’s Addiction – Been Caught Stealing
John Lennon – Mother
Journey – Don’t Stop Believin
Kiss – Detroit Rock City
King Crimson – Easy Money
Led Zeppelin – Dazed and Confused
Led Zeppelin – Black Dog
Leonard Cohen – Everybody Knows
Love – Alone Again
Manu Chao – Bongo Bong
Medeski Martin Wood – Jelly Belly
Metallica – Master Of Puppets
MGMT – Electric Feel
Michael Jackson – Thriller
Michael Mcdonald – I Keep Forgettin
Miles Davis – Right Off
Minutemen – World According To Nouns
Modern Lovers – Im In Love With Rock n Roll
Neil Young – Cinnamon Girl
Neil Young – Speaking Out
Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
Pavement – Cut Your Hair
Pearl Jam – Alive
Peter Gabriel – Sledgehammer
Pink Floyd – Brick In The Wall
Pixies – Caribou
Police – Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Pork Tornado – Live Drum Sample
Primus – Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
Prince And The Revolution – I Would Die 4 U
Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody
Radiohead – Everything In Its Right Place
Rage Against The Machine – Bulls On Parade
Rolling Stones – Tumbling Dice
Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar
Roots – Break You Off
Rush – Tom Sawyer
Steely Dan – Pretzel Logic
Talking Heads – I Zimbra
T Rex – Get It On
Television – Marquee Moon
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Refugee
Tom Waits – Rain Dogs
Ramones – Blitzkreig Bop
U2 – Running To Stand Still
Van Halen – Running With The Devil
Van Morrison – Ballerina
Velvet Underground – Venus In Furs
Violent Femmes – Add It Up
Ween – Bananas & Blow



Video remix producers/DJs Eclectic Method are the creators of the secret intro video to the “musical costume” second set of Phish’s 2009 Halloween performance in Indio, CA. Taking Phish’s brilliant viral “99 Albums” online promotion to the next level, the London born, Brooklyn-based trio sourced and remixed content from all 99 albums, and remixed them into a single, profound, beat-driven AV collage, screened just before the band took the stage to perform the coveted “last record left alive.”

To promote Festival 8, Phish created an online viral campaign to drive buzz and speculation as to what record the band will play as a “musical costume” on Halloween, a Phish tradition dating back 15 years. The campaign consisted of 99 of the most reputed and buzz-worthy potential “costumes,” hosted online in an interactive, scrolling landscape of ornately-framed records. From Zeppelin to Zappa, Hendrix to Bowie, one by one, each album gets “axed”–literally–until one final record is left standing. It was known to the fans that THIS is the album that Phish will recreate live on stage Halloween night.


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