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The Star Wars Remix Project

by NCN

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May the Fourth be with You.

One of our most popular mixes EVER.

Originally webcast on November 17th, 2013 on Plundercast and DFM (out of Amsterdam) streams - this unique mix is our most listened to program on Mixcloud. A mix about Star Wars, with remixes of music from the franchise's movies and music from same, interspersed with funny songs about Star Wars.

Warning: contains some dubstep, as well as techno and house versions, and other variations, of recognizable themes from the movies.

Many excerpted fan-made pieces in here. A 3-hour show! Great for fan-oriented parties here with no back announce by Phinny as in the original version. Also it is slightly different in content than the original broadcast version. (See asterisked items for different items in listed playlist(s)). A 3-Part Mix.

The original program is up at the NCN Podcast Archives here:


And also at Mixcloud here:


The original program does not have *asterisked items in listed playlists on Bandcamp version, and includes back-announcing by Phineas.

This program is not for sale.


released May 4, 2022




The National Cynical Network San Jose, California

The National Cynical Network (NCN) is a long-running, SF Bay Area alternate programming media remix project. It originally consisted of a trio of SF Bay-Area based radio collage artists: Phineas Narco, Ronald Redball and Alexander T. Newport. NCN seeks to play *with* music , using sound, and video media samples in the process of media collage or 'mediage'. ... more

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