UPDATE: Remixes received! Here they are:
People Like Us: On The Ceiling
John: CW Cyruss mix
The Human: Corn Weenie Remix
Genghis Jung: Now You Can Sing The Song Corn Ween
New: Datadog: Corn Straveenie
New: Barbara Bell: Growling Weenie
Billy Jam: CornWeenie Arabic Scratch Mix
Rokhausen: There But For The Grace of Corn Weenie
Adnoisium: Pork Weenie
Alex Jackson: Pork Cetera
Anne crt: N for Pork Winnies
B_Janoff: Weenie Mix
Blue Sausage Infant: Corn Weenie Epiphany at Port Said
Cecile: Lady Man Lady Hermaphrodite2 Mix
Chris Videll: Corn Weenies Arrrabia Mix
Chris Videll: Tripping on Corn Weenies
Doug from DC: I See You're Dancing On The Ceiling
Gerardo: Chile Mix
Hawn Meelee: Sway Here
James Allenspach: corn weenie remix
Jazz Kissingers: Corn Andy
Jim Sadler: Corn Weenie
K Michael Babcock: Corn Weenie
Lee Rosevere: Corn Weenie dance mix
Norelpref: Porn Weenie
Olie Eschleman: It's Actually Two Words
Ralph Brandi: No Au Contraire
Rokhausen: Corn Dogs for Home Use
Sick To The Back Teeth: Corn Weenie Chopped and Screwed Mix
Steveroo: Gary Glitter Corn Weenie Rock and Roll
The Brush Bandit: The Wonderful Regions of Port Said
The Weenie Brothers: Stuck in the Korn Hole
Tommy Mackay: Corn Fed Weenies
Virtuoso Euthanists: Corn Weenie
Mikrosopht: Corn See Ling
Rokhausen: Corn Weenie Call to Ben Mikrosopht
Since burning out on the blogosphere, I've buried my head in my Wednesday morning radio show, and my radio show has somehow become obsessed with a little piece of audio officially known as "Learn to Speak Hawaiian," but more commonly referred to as "Corn Weenie."
Download or listen to it here: Corn Weenie
Your mission is to remix this little gem and mail the remix or a link to it to me at ken at wfmu dot org. I'll post the remixes here and play them on my Wednesday morning show on February 11th and February 18th. So get them to me by February 10th18th if you can.
Follow the jump for the backstory on this masterpiece:
"Learn How to Speak Hawaiian" was brought to the attention of planet earth by Vic Perry, who posted it as part of Otis Fodder's 365 Days 2007 series. The original blog post is here.
Michael Proft, a musician, painter and film projectionist at San Diego's Ken cinema recorded this onto a cassette in the mid-Eighties, although the original purpose of the recording is still a mystery. Proft is exhorting over the track "Haun Melee" (Sway with Me) by Mohammed el Bakkar from his 1957 LP "Port Said." Tamure" by Charles Mauu & The Royal Polynesians . You can see Proft's paintings here.
Please, someone write Michael, let him know the joy and annoyance he has brought to us all and let's sign him up for an exclusive WFMU voiceover contract.
Now download the track and get mixing!