1. Steinski Introduces Mitt Romney to Himself with "Fair and Balanced Hip-Hop Remix."

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    Always good to see Steve "Steinski" Stein dippin' into his bag of tricks. The hip-hop production pioneer - whose cut n' paste "Lesson" series with partner Double D laid the foundation for the modern remix back in the day - applies his renowned knack for ingenious sound bite collage to "Mitt vs. The Truth" - reminding folks about Mitt Romney 's ever-changing stances on, well, most major pieces of public policy he's publicly discussed. Set to a shifting set of beats - some providing their own musical subtexts (Jay-Z's "A Million and One Questions" and "Some People Hate"; Billy Paul's "Let the Dollar Circulate"), Steinski ultimately proves Romney's worst enemy is himself. Mittens' sampled voice urging, "Listen to my words" is as simple and biting an indictment as anything aired in prime time on MSNBC. Peep...





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