Club version of Ba-Donk-A-Donk?

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i've got that version dwight I was looking for the club mix version on the video. Any ideas? Thanks,

Mitch Taylor
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Dwight

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Dwight said:
Promo Only Country DVD November 2005 has the dance mix video. I play it all the time.
That is what I'm telling you. The dance mix video is on Promo Only Country DVD November 2005.
 
Dwight,

I understand what you're saying. I don't have a DVD ROM or R drive on my computer to drop it to an mp3 format. That's why I was curious if it was released on CD or not.

Mitch Taylor
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Dwight

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Yes but it's not for sale yet. It was given to me by the label.

It's called:

Trace Adkins, HonkyTonk Badonkadonk <the remixes>

There are 4 different remixes on this.
 
John,

Thanks for the Prime Cuts tip. I'll look into that. Dwight, Any idea when it will go on sale and where it would be available through? Thanks guys for all of your help.

Mitch Taylor
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Dwight

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I don't know when it will go on sale. I've searched the net and can't find the one they gave me.
 

James Kane

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The 70's Groove Mix has a Disco/Funk base line. I haven't heard the mix everyone is talking about here, but I'd say they are not the same.
 
djnutz,

I like the Bandonadonk mix, but the Just a Lil Shoop mix took me back to my younger club days...Ive just downloaded and put to wave and on cd as a request from my wife she says thanks =)!

What are you using to mix?
 

djnutz

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Acid 5.0.....and I also have some European magazines from a few years back that came with hundreds of royalty free samples, loops and effects.
 

BIGBEN

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what I would do is if you have Adobe Audition (formerly Cool Edit Pro) you can pop the DVD in and open it through Adobe. It should create an audio file and what looks like an attempt at the actual video file, but Adobe doesnt do that so it comes out weird. You can ignore that file and just save the audio file as a wav or mp3 or whatever you like. If you purchase the DVD then I would think that this is a legit move. Forgive my kneiving mind if it's not. I figure if you bought the DVD you have rights to use it in any way you please.

Heck, if you're a DVD Mixer or using pro DVD players with a switcher, you can just play the DVD and put ambient or crowd cam over the screen since it's such a naughty flick. just a suggestion.
 
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