It's fascinating that all these tracks begin the same way -- with a simple, measured introductory beat. I don't know much about the work that goes into creating these mashups (or originals, for that matter), but it's as if there's some electronic software that allows musicians to easily set up a static tempo and then match everything to that.
For me, the redundancy doesn't really detract from the enjoyment -- after all, this is pretty much house music, which is often notable for repetitive but sneaky beats. Here's to hoping that you enjoy these songs, too.
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