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SE++ vs. Quad City DJs
Rorus RazWaasailingRegistered User, Super Moderator, Moderatormod
There are several moments in music that redefine a genre. One of these was a film called Space Jam, and it redefined every genre.
The film itself, a surreal mix of old cartoons and basketball stars, might have eventually faded into the books as an otherwise forgettable attempt to scrape some more money off the bones of well-worn entertainment properties. That is, were it not for one very special piece of musical wizardry.
It was produced by an enigmatic clan of aural magicians known as Quad City DJs. Information about them is sparse, but legend has it that they made deals within deals with not only Lucifer, but they also masterminded a larger chain of contracts with other underworld crimelords as well. A veritable klein bottle of deals and favors, the intense web of bargains eventually collapsed in upon itself. The Faustian trainwreck eventually cooled into a single piece of music. Not just any song, but a Jam.
This is the very salt of music. It goes with practically everything, and the denizens of the internet have endeavored to do just that. Both the maestros and the tone-deaf alike struggle to complete the MasterWork: literally wrapping every song known to humanity in this rich tapestry of sounds. There are rooms with lists of music. Many of the names are crossed off, but so many more exist. Disheveled and malnourished, the madfolk dedicated to the Task Unending have whiled away many of their choicest hours so that humanity may experience this enchanted piece of songcraft to the utmost fullest. Already, YouTube swells with the juices of songsmiths' labors, and all you need to do is but drink.