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Rob Zombie: Well, I do have a heavy hand in the albums that I've done.Luckily, when we're making the remix albums-this is the third that I've done-I can have a much lighter hand.
If the groove isn't broken during the song, why change anything? I mean, there are some great Led Zeppelin songs where the groove doesn't change.
If you're looking for songs that are specifically like "Uptown Funk", you should just look into the "funk" genre, since the song itself is a loving tribute that includes as many of the genre's standard elements as possible.
is a style of music pioneered by black American artists such as James Brown and George Clinton, it was most popular in the 1970's and features a strong percussive effect from a variety of instruments, together creating a strong driving beat.
Does that type of music inspire you when you listen to it?
Are there any particular groups in that genre that you feel inspire you?
They lyrics as a whole do not tell a story, but if you look at individual lines and sections, they make more sense.
This meant that, when Michael came in to write lyrics, his words had to match the number of syllables in our melody and the vowels we had in mind. I sometimes felt like we were feeding melodies into a supercomputer that was just spitting back these great, great words.It's a play on the phrase "f* you up," primarily meaning to beat someone up, and has the connotation that the music is going to physically attack you, with secondary connotations of sexual satisfaction.The song as a whole is a tribute to a 1970's era image of macho sophistication. If you remember the Motown hits, they were funky and almost similar to these song.After that, I basically pick the ones that I like the best and that I think will come together in sequence as the best album. People like to put categories on everything, but I never cared-I still don't.Remix records are actually the easiest projects that I get to do. (laughs) MR: This album seems to have blurred the line between rock and electronic/dance. Growing up when I did, the music that came on the radio was sometimes so eclectic that I grew up listening to all kind of things.RZ: Well, there are no groups in particular that inspire me in that genre.