Friday, January 13, 2017

Mixerr Reviews #920

This is Michael Mixerr. Today this news review will be about the new pet friendly hotel being built across the highway from Austin Bergstrom International Airport.

A pet friendly hotel is open up in Del Valle, Texas right across from the Austin Bergstrom International Airport currently as of November 2016. The parking lot for this pet friendly hotel covers several acres of land. This hotel will be one of the very few pet friendly hotels in Austin currently speaking. Such hotel will allow animals such as dogs and cats for instance. Chasco is the construction company responsible for development such as this in the Bergstrom Village neighborhood of Del Valle and Austin.

The parking lot for this pet friendly hotel covers several acres of land where Bergstrom Arms Apartments were once located across the street from the old Del Valle High School. Del Valle ISD used to own the land where Bark & Zoom is being built. 2 square buildings of concrete have been constructed where the parking lot for the former Bergstrom Arms Apartments and former Del Valle ISD central administration once was. Foundation for a third building is currently being constructed and played down in the process. Utility pipelines are being played down currently.

Bark & Zoom is the name of the pet friendly hotel that will be opening later this year in 2017. The location will be located at 2601 Cardinal Loop, Del Valle, Texas, US 78617.

[The parking lot for the Del Valle ISD school district has been paved over with dirt. Schools such as Del Valle Junior High, Del Valle Middle School, Popham Elementary School, the old Del Valle High School, and Del Valle ISD central administration used this former parking lot. The parking lot former Bergstrom Arms Apartments has been paved over with dirt.]

Mixerr Reviews #919

This is Michael Mixerr. Today this news review will be about the group SAC (Serious Ass Criminals) from Sacramento, California. This news review will showcase and highlight their experience with Black Market Records and Accent Records. This news review will also expose the shadiness of Ced Singleton’s business practices.

SAC (Serious Ass Criminals) was a rap group that formed in 1990 in Sacramento, California. William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) was the brains and bread behind SAC (Serious Ass Criminals). Mainly William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) Big O (Anthony Wiggins), Kaos (Kareem Jackson) were the brains and bread behind SAC. LA Chill, Big O, and Kaos were the main members. There were 5 members in SAC. Years of activity for the SAC group were from 1990 to 1995.

William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) wanted his rap group SAC (Serious Ass Criminals) to gain citywide recognition on a local level by performing on the mic on the Sac-Town Raps television show airing on Sacramento Access Channel back in 1991. SAC met Brotha Lynch Hung through Sacramento Access Channel where they used to perform. Ced Singleton was hosting Sacramento Raps at the time. This is where SAC and William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) met Ced Singleton. It was during the broadcasted live Sac-Town Raps television show that SAC showed Ced Singleton their demo as they wanted to sign to Black Market Records. Ced immediately fell in love the group SAC later that evening.

However things didn’t go as planned. The record deal and contract with Black Market Records didn’t go through the right way. Ced Singleton gave the SAC group a faulty contract. That is the reason why the SAC - Freedom Or Death album never was released on Black Market Records. But the group and its members stuck with Black Market Records for the time before going to Accent Records in late 1991.

Later on in early 1991, SAC was supposed to hook up with Ced Singleton for a 916 Alliance compilation album later that year after recording the Silence The Violence single released on both vinyl and cassette in 1991/1992. That 916 Alliance compilation album was never released. The main reason why the 916 Alliance - Silence The Violence compilation album was never released is because Ced Singleton would have to pay every single artist and group a fair share of their publishing royalties. Ced Singleton did not want people coming after him for royalty payments. This is where Ced Singleton got unprofessional on treating his artists and groups.

So later on the group went to Accent Records in late 1991. (This was after the 916 Alliance - Silence The Violence single compilation came out.) Raw G was the man who was also responsible for releasing SAC - Freedom Or Death to the public. Raw G saw a lot of talent in the Sac group and decided to give them a chance. Raw G promised SAC a shot on his Accent Records label. They worked on The Freedom Or Death album from 1991 to 1992. Green Bud was recorded at Sacramento Access Channel live on television. Freedom Or Death was released in 1992 on Accent Records on cassette. The Freedom Or Death album was really a demo.

Sales from the SAC - Freedom Or Death album sales were to pay for their studio time recordings. Also Raw G swindled publishing royalties and production control from the group. Raw G of Accent Records swindled money from SAC and bounced on them. By 1994, the SAC group all had split and its members went their separate ways. Some staying in Sacramento, others became producers, and some even worked at Black Market Records. All in all, the SAC rap group did not get a fair handshake by the music business they deserved.


[The SAC group contributed to various classic memorable albums in the Black Market Records music catalog such as X-Raided - Niggaz In Black and X-Raided - Psycho Active. That is how the SAC group kept their name out there. In particular, the way the SAC group stayed affiliated with X-Raided is how the group kept their name alive in the underground music scene in Sacramento, California.]

Mixerr Album Reviews #1,100

This is Michael Mixerr. Today I will review Major Riley - Days of Circumstance Album Sampler.

The Days of Circumstance album was released on the MySpace page of Major Riley in 2016 as a digital album almost similar to a digital download. Many of these songs were released digitally to his MySpace page which can be listened to there.

Wanna Get High is an attuned dancehall reggae song. The song has a smooth yet upbeat melody and vibe. Wanna Get High is an appropriate title for a dancehall reggae song such as this one.

Heart of a Black Woman is roots rock reggae song with a real good message. Heart of a Black Woman comes with a positive message dedicated to black women. Major Riley shows thankfulness towards these women. The roots reggae sound is very prevalent inside this song as it is a reggae song. Heart of a Black Woman proves to be a real in mood and meaning.

More Love is an upbeat reggae song. Live instrumentation accompanies this upbeat reggae song. Major Riley tells us “Brothers, be wise. Because this world is materialized.” Major Riley gives nothing but positive messages. More Love is filled with positive messages.

The live instrumentation accompanies on the reggae song Love. Major Riley gives out nothing but positive messages on the song Love.

I rate this album, Days of Circumstance Album Sampler, 5/5*****!

Mixerr Album Reviews #1,099

This is Michael Mixerr. This afternoon I will review Jasmine Guy - Jasmine Guy.

Studio debut album by Jasmine Guy called Jasmine Guy was released in October 1990 under Warner Bros. Records. The Jasmine Guy album featured 2 hit singles which were Another Like My Lover and Try Me including the minor smash hit Don't Want Money. 2 songs off of the Jasmine Guy album charted inside the Billboard Hot 100. Jasmine Guy had that urban upbeat New Jack Swing sound of the 90s. Despite the Jasmine Guy album being a commercial success, it remains her only album to date as of today. The Jasmine Guy album is one of the dopest New Jack Swing albums from the 1990s by a female artist.

Try Me has that urban upbeat New Jack Swing sound of the 90s which is what made Jasmine Guy popular as both a singer and an actress. Jasmine Guy performed the song Try Me on an episode of Soul Train which had aired on the date of November 17, 1990. (Yes, this is the same actress-singer Jasmine Guy.)

Don't Want Money is about money, love, and materialism. It's materialism blues on Don't Want Money. Don't Want Money is Jasmine Guy telling the man she loves she doesn’t love him for his money. Jasmine is not after his money as she just wants the man she loves to love her. The title to this song sums up and covers pretty much the entire basis for the subject of this song.

I rate this album, Jasmine Guy, 4/5****.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Mixerr Reviews #918

This is Michael Mixerr. Today this news review will be about the new pet friendly hotel being built across the highway from Austin Bergstrom International Airport. This news review will revisit Mixerr Reviews #878.

A pet friendly hotel is open up in Del Valle, Texas right across from the Austin Bergstrom International Airport currently as of November 2016. The parking lot for this pet friendly hotel covers several acres of land. This hotel will be one of the very few pet friendly hotels in Austin currently speaking. Such hotel will allow animals such as dogs and cats for instance. Chasco is the construction company responsible for development such as this in the Bergstrom Village neighborhood of Del Valle and Austin.

The parking lot for this pet friendly hotel covers several acres of land where Bergstrom Arms Apartments were once located across the street from the old Del Valle High School. Del Valle ISD used to own the land where Bark & Zoom is being built. 2 square buildings of concrete have been constructed where the parking lot for the former Bergstrom Arms Apartments and former Del Valle ISD central administration once was. Foundation for a third building is currently being constructed and played down in the process. Utility pipelines are being played down currently.

Bark & Zoom is the name of the pet friendly hotel that will be opening later this year in 2017. The location will be located at 2601 Cardinal Loop, Del Valle, Texas, US 78617.

Mixerr Album Reviews #1,098

This is Michael Mixerr. Tonight I will review X-Raided - Xorcist.

Xorcist was recorded over the phone while X-Raided waiting awaiting his murder trial in the Sacramento County Jail from 1994 to 1996. He was in jail for the murder of community activist Patricia Harris.

Xorcist was recorded from the timespan of 1994 to 1996. Xorcist was recorded on a 16 track reel to reel. The vocals were over the phone live in Sacramento County Jail. At first Xorcist was released on cassette only and then Xorcist was released on CD in 1996. X-Raided was not satisfied with results of the audio quality for the cassette edition of Xorcist as he stated in a news article in LA Times written in November 17, 2002.


Xorcist was his most highly controversial album of 1996 with a quote from Playboy Magazine stating: “Talk about determination.” This album is highly sought after by X-Raided fans alike. The vocals are not up to high quality as all his other albums are as the vocal quality is rather subpar. But don’t let that deter you from buying this album! Xorcist is a Sacramento rap classic that is quite memorable due to the sound quality. Memorable hits from Xorcist are Deuce Five To Life, I Ain’t Dead Yet, Unfukwitable, Wit A Mask On, Liquor, Niggaz, & Triggaz, Recognize. Done Deal is another one.


Willie Charles (LA Chill) was the executive producer responsible for acting as the sole engineer and producer along with Ced Singleton while working on the Xorcist album timespan of 1994 to 1996. Willie Charles (LA Chill) and Ced Singleton both acted as producers for the Xorcist album. Willie Charles was looking after X-Raided while working on the Xorcist album. That’s how deeply involved with Xorcist he was! LA Chill’s name is all over the Xorcist album for that very reason.

While working on the Xorcist album, Willie Charles was influenced by psychedelic rock, horrorcore, siccness, and gangsta rap sounds. He was on the psychedelic tip. Willie Charles (LA Chill) is the sole creator of those eerie sounds that you hear when listening to the X-Raided - Xorcist album as he is the originator and creator of those high pitched eerie sounds. HE IS the sole creator for those high pitched eerie sounds!


Liquor, Niggaz, & Triggaz is the most eerie track on the whole album! Those high pitched eerie sounds you hear on Liquor, Niggaz, & Triggaz are the work of LA Chill. Willie Charles (LA Chill) is the sole creator of those eerie sounds that you hear on this track. Liquor, Niggaz, & Triggaz has an eerie horrorcore vibe. Brotha Lynch Hung, Sicx, and the Black Market Records production crew were high during the of recording this track. Sicx was drunk off that OE (Olde English) for which he was intoxicated off of during this recording. That is why Sicx made a reference to that OE. Brotha Lynch Hung was high whilst recording this track. The Black Market Records production crew stayed high at times.

That’s why you hear

[Brotha Lynch Hung verse]
Cause I don't love you hoes
I don't love you niggas
All I'm givin a fuck is about my liquor and my triggas

[Sicx verse]
When I’m off that OE
When I’m off that OE, Loc



Deuce Five to Life is about how X-Raided felt he won't get a fair trial on the murder charge. Deuce Five to Life explains the situation as to how X-Raided got incarcerated, the legal drama surrounding X-Raided, stress he is dealing with, and the March 15, 1992, murder of Patricia Harris. X-Raided claims his innocence on Deuce Five to Life.

The March 15, 1992, murder of Patricia Harris was in response to a gang-related vengeance which prosecutors described as. Patricia Harris was gunned down in the hallway of her Meadowview home after gunmen kicked in the front door and shot her in the chest. Two of Harris' sons were alleged members of the Meadowview Bloods were the intended targets. These two Meadowview Bloods members were rumored to have killed 24th Street Garden Blocc Crip member Jerome McCoy (J-Dogg). The March 15, 1992 murder of Patricia Harris was a home invasion gone wrong.

Two other men, Roosevelt Jermaine Coleman and Christopher McKinnie, were convicted of first-degree murder and are serving a 25 years to life sentence. X-Raided was given a 31 years to life sentence in 1996 after being found guilty of first-degree murder and conspiracy by a Sacramento jury.


LA Chill produced Done Deal with female rapper Da Misses all over this track. That’s why you hear those high pitched eerie sounds on Done Deal. Those were LA Chill’s signature sounds. Notice the creepy animal sounds in the background for instance. Da Misses really shined on here and the 5 tracks she featured on this album. Done Deal is a perfect example of a G-Funk track as Done Deal is a perfect G-Funk track. Da Misses vents about shadiness of society on Done Deal.



For those who didn’t know, Ced Singleton released the X-Raided - Xorcist album without the permission of Willie Charles and copyrighted the Xorcist album without no contract. William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) did not give Ced Singleton permission to release the Xorcist album nor did he give Black Market Records any distribution rights either for retail relate of this particular album to be released. That is a federal offense!

Ced Singleton also “claims” he published Xorcist. The truth is Ced Singleton wrote none of the songs. Both X-Raided (Anarae V. Brown) and Cedric (Ced) Singleton cheated Willie Charles (LA Chill) out of both mechanical royalties and publishing royalties for the Xorcist album because they wanted the money for themselves. Ced Singleton and X-Raided never paid Willie Charles (LA Chill) mechanical royalties and publishing royalties for the 1996 X-Raided - Xorcist album ever. Despite that, Willie Charles and X-Raided had split the publishing royalties for the 1996 Xorcist album. They never signed no agreements or contracts for the Xorcist album at the time. Both X-Raided and Ced Singleton still owe William Larcell Charles (LA Chill) mechanical royalties and publishing royalties for the 1996 X-Raided - Xorcist album.

William Larcell Charles lawfully owns the full copyright to the X-Raided - Xorcist album as he owns the Xorcist reel to reels to this day for which he clearly maintains. He rightfully owns full copyright to the X-Raided - Xorcist album. X-Raided owns his lyrics regardless of the copyrights involved for this case.


A January 10, 1996 edition of the Sacramento Bee newspaper reported that Xorcist sold over 28,000 copies in its first run. The number of record sales could have been over 28,000 copies. 50,000 copies of the 1st edition of the Xoricst album exist.

I rate this album, Xorcist, 5/5*****!

Monday, January 9, 2017

Mixerr Reviews #917

This is Michael Mixerr. Today this news review will be about how Donald Trump continues to capitalize off of success from his own victories.

One example is that Donald Trump capitalized on his great victory in New York after winning the primary election in that state in 2016. His victory was a clean sweep. His victory was a clean sweep that was dealt with a clear blow shockingly however. This clear blow was a shocker. Nonetheless, Donald Trump continues to capitalize off his own victories. After all, Donald Trump garners marginal support from the GOP. He has secure endorsement from the GOP, the entire nation of the United States, several donors among others, and in New York State. From the GOP perspective, Donald Trump capitalized on his great victory in New York.

The rightness of Donald Trump proves to be questionable. The logic of Trump is flawed. Donald Trump refuses to increase minimum wage, enact a living wage standard nationwide, cease all wars the US is currently involved in, get rid of tax breaks, or reform healthcare, but he will limit immigration.

Donald Trump is so quick as to dismiss viewpoints from others as he is a narcissist. He is unapologetic in his political beliefs even if his political viewpoints are politically incorrect. Yet his speeches resonate with his audience under a true conservative formation motivated by his conservative ideology with strong sense. He is seen by his supporters as brash and unapologetically patriotic. This is his true patriotism. Still, the GOP views Donald Trump as a “savior” or “the great one”. The rightness of Donald Trump proves to be questionable.

From the GOP perspective and his too, Donald Trump capitalized on his great victory from the voters in New York. In 2016, Donald Trump won votes in the US State of New York during the presidential election which eventually led him to become President of the United States.


Another example is that earlier in 2016, Donald Trump won many votes for his presidential campaign within the state of Iowa due to his conservative politics along with support from the GOP. The GOP support is what led Donald Trump to gain more massive votes over Hillary Clinton. He was in the lead against Hillary Clinton at the time. Donald Trump eventually beat Hillary Clinton in the number of votes for Iowa State.

The massive support from the GOP and donors is what led Trump to win in Iowa. He had marginal support from the GOP there as well as some of the Democratic Party and Republican Party. Trump already had won massive votes in other states. Even in the democratic state of Iowa Trump won! From the GOP perspective and his too, on his great victory in Iowa after winning votes there during the primary election in 2016. It’s another victory he capitalized off of.


To sum it all… donations from various donors, marginal GOP support, conservatism, supposed activism, and big money is how Donald Trump continues to capitalize off of the success right directly straight from his own victories. To this day, Donald Trump continues to capitalize off of success from his own victories.

Mixerr Reviews #916

This is Michael Mixerr. This news review will be about how Austin, Texas allows real estate development to build in floodplains.

Over the years, City of Austin has allowed real estate development to build housing located in flood plains which is a mistake on the City of Austin’s part. Neighborhoods such as Onion Creek, Yarrabee Bend, Timber Creek, Jet Lane, Rainey Street, Onion Creek Plantations, Rio Lado, Austin Pecan Trailer Park, and Williamson Creek are prime examples of bad planning and the City of Austin allowing real estate development to build housing inside floodplains.


For example…

In 1971, land was sold for the Austin Pecan Trailer Park to begin allowing home owners who had trailers to move in. 1972 is when the reception office was built as a single story unit with 5 single rooms with a reception desk, a supply closet for maintenance supplies, storage a supply closet for maintenance storage, and a garage. Years of operation for the Austin Pecan Trailer Park were from 1972 to 2008.

Now the Austin Pecan Trailer Park was located inside a 25 year floodplain. It would flood there every 2 years. Trailers would be wiped out clean as a result from constant flooding. Mold grow inside these trailers after flooding happened. Vegetation surrounding the property made it difficult to retrieve personal belongings.

As a result of constant flooding with the trailer park being located in a flood plain, in 2001, City of Austin bought out the land property where trailers once resided. City of Austin developed a flood buyout plan It took a total of 4 years from 2001 to 2005 for the City of Austin to buy out all the homeowners land plots for which their trailers were located on. By 2008, all of the former Austin Pecan Trailer Park property was abandoned. To this day, only a building for the reception office, roof provision for where mailboxes were, and a shed for maintenance storage remain.

To this day, only a building for the reception office, roof provision for where mailboxes were, and a shed for maintenance storage remain. The building for the reception office was still remains extant and a shed for maintenance storage remains extant. Trailers are no longer extant.

Over the past 10 years, the former Austin Pecan Trailer Park property for illegal dumping where citizens from Austin and Travis County would dump their unwanted items, trash, debris, auto parts, plywood, sheet metal, beer cans, and clothing. The City of Austin got contractors to haul in large rectangular limestone bricks to prevent access for illegal dumping.

Mixerr Reviews #915

This is Michael Mixerr. Today for this politics news, I will discuss why the US government needs to take away corporate subsidies in yearly taxes.

The United States pays more in taxes in corporate subsidies taxes more than any other countries scattered across the world. US citizens pay too much in corporate subsidies taxes. Corporations get a lot of handouts from the government as Phillip from the TheAdviseShow pointed out. Corporate subsidies are considered as entitlement. No more handouts!

Privatization is a business form of outsourcing. Privatization and outsourcing go hand in hand with each other in economic terms of free market economics along with free market trade. These jobs are being sent offshore and are never coming back at all! To sum it all up, privatization really means "outsourcing"! Watch out for that!

Is it possible to get a tax extension? No it's not always possible for a person to get an extension for their taxes. That's just not the reality in the world of accounting and finance. Taxes are due when they are due. Tax extension is only possible in very special unique circumstances. A tax extension is only given to certain people at certain times basically. Other than that, no, people don't get a tax extension. That's just not the reality.

Mixerr Album Reviews #1,097

This is Michael Mixerr. Today I will review Major Riley - Days of Circumstance.

The Days of Circumstance album was released on the MySpace page of Major Riley in 2015/2016 as a digital album almost similar to a digital download. Many of these songs were released digitally to his MySpace page which can be listened to there.

Wanna Get High is an attuned dancehall reggae song. The song has a smooth yet upbeat melody and vibe. Wanna Get High is an appropriate title for a dancehall reggae song such as this one.

Heart of a Black Woman is roots rock reggae song with a real good message. Heart of a Black Woman comes with a positive message dedicated to black women. Major Riley shows thankfulness towards these women. The roots reggae sound is very prevalent inside this song as it is a reggae song. Heart of a Black Woman proves to be a real in mood and meaning.

More Love is an upbeat reggae song. Live instrumentation accompanies this upbeat reggae song. Major Riley tells us “Brothers, be wise. Because this world is materialized.” Major Riley gives nothing but positive messages. More Love is filled with positive messages.

I rate this album, Days of Circumstance, 5/5*****!