Two things stopped '80s mix-master wunderkind Steinski from achieving an enduring fame. The first was the group's name, which sounded more like Israeli slalom champions than the innovators of a pioneering cut-and-paste DJ style that ultimately proved instrumental to the success of DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist and Girl Talk. The second nemesis was United States copyright laws, which required clearance for the dozens of samples laced into the DNA of their songs, each of them a head-nodding mix of old funk breaks, quotations from pop-culture luminaries, and sonic flotsam and jetsam ranging from Herbie Hancock to... More >>>