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deadmau5 Shares 16-Track Album 'Stuff I Used To Do' [Free Download]

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After dropping his W:/2016Album in December, deadmau5 keeps the music coming with another LP called stuff i used to do which is a 16-track compilation of his works dating from 1998 to 2007. He shared a minimix for the new project earlier in the week, but now serves up the full album for free and it sounds great. 

It covers a variety of genres from techno, house and electro to experimental and hip-hop. It's interesting to compare the old deadmau5 music to the new deadmau5 music. We're curious to hear your thoughts so please throw them in the comment section below. Enjoy! 

deadmau5 - stuff i used to do | Free Download | Purchase

stuff i used to do Tracklist:

1. messages from nowhere

2. digitol

3. screen door

4. squid

5. sometimes i fail

6. 50 something cats

7. Charlie can't dance

8. my opinion

9. HaxPigMeow

10. obsidian

11. long walk off a short pier

12. support

13. superlover

14. try again

15. creep (alt. version)

16. unspecial effects

deadmau5 Teases Upcoming Album 'Stuff I Used To Do' With 5+ Minute Minimix

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It's only been a couple months, but deadmau5 has another album on the way called stuff i used to do that will be a 20-track compilation of his works dating from 1998 to 2007.

Joel Zimmerman first made this announcement a day after he released W:/2016Album, a project he was not too fond of. The new LP arrives this Friday (Feb. 24) and will be available for free for a limited time. To get a taste, mau5trap has shared a minimix of the upcoming album. Some fans have even started guessing the full tracklist. The project explores techno, house, experimental, hip-hop, electro and more. Listen to the minimix for stuff i used to do below and enjoy!

deadmau5 - stuff i used to do (minimix)

Kaskade & deadmau5 Receive Powerful Remix Of "Move For Me" By Rising Artist Hex Cougar

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It's always awesome to hear original and creative remixes of classics time and time again, seeing how each producer maintains the essence of the original track while putting their own spin on it. The latest throwback to get remixed is "Move For Me" by Kaskade and deadmau5.

The unique rework is done by rising artist Hex Cougar who we introduced to the site last month. We have a feeling though that you'll be seeing a lot more of him going forward. The talented LA producer impressed us the first time around with an original track called "How Does It Feel" and does so again on his "Move For Me" remix.

The song originally came out in 2008 on Ultra Records and quickly became a popular progressive house track. Hex truly brings out the emotion of the song in his remix and toughens it up with a gritty bassline that's contrasted by big melodic synths and heavy drum kicks.

It's hard to put his style of music into just one genre since he blends so many including future bass, trap and some dubstep. Listen to his unique take on "Move For Me" below and let us know what you think of it in the comment section. Enjoy!

Kaskade & deadmau5 - Move for Me (Hex Cougar Remix)

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