|Pre-Order Warmfuzzy Part 2 Now|
Order the the new installment of the Warmfuzzy Mixtape series, case celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the first chapter.
Another soundtrack to Valentine’s Day, encompassing artists from all across the musical spectrum. Good music about that “crazy little thing called love”. Peep the sample above.
Shipping Begins Feb 7th . For guaranteed delivery (US ONLY) before FEB 14th, please choose Priority Shipping. Order must be made by FEB 10th.
NOTE : You can also PICKUP your order if you are planning to attend the New York DINNER AND A MIXTAPE Warmfuzzy Part 2 / Pre-Valentine’s Day Dinner at Maharlika NYC ON Feb 10th – details here. To Set UP PICKUP – Choose the “Pickup” Option in the delivery method when ordering.
We are offering 2 Warmfuzzy Part 2 Packages – The Warmfuzzy 10 Year Anniversary Boxset, and the Warmfuzzy Part 2 USB Cassette.
FROM THE LINER NOTES :
Feb 14th 2005… how time flies.
I made this mixtape on that date, with this written in the liner notes:
For the next hour, I need you to open up your minds a little somethin. This is the 1st of the AOK Series. You see – you gotta do everything, if you specialize in just one thing, you can’t call yourself an ALL OUT KING. This may be somewhat of a stretch for all y’all who are used to their music in neat little packets. We’re taking a trip, and you’re probably going to hear things your not used to. Don’t worry, I won’t hit you over the head too hard, we’ll do this in babysteps…
This one’s called Warmfuzzy, like the feeling. It’s to “celebrate” Valentine’s Day, but if you’re as pimp as you think you are, this cd should be good all yr round.
At that time, music wasn’t quite this multi-genre stew it is today. Kanye West and Paul McCartney weren’t dropping collabo songs. Miley Cyrus wasn’t making music w/ Juicy J. But on the Warmfuzzy mix, there was everything on it – from Coldplay to Queen to Al Green to Slum Village, mixed NOT in the usual “mash-up” fashion of the time, but in a distinctly tasteful way that made everything cohesive. The subject matter for all the music was that “crazy little thing called Love”. Love kept warmfuzzy together.
After it’s release it became one of the mixes I was most well known for, and also the one that was my favorite to create.
This mix you hold here is Warmfuzzy part 2. Although 10 yrs have passed, the infinite pursuit still goes on. May this be the soundtrack to the next chapters in your story. I’ll still be right here with you…