Also occurring to me: the reason this is going to be hip is that now pretty much everybody can easily get professional-level tools that enable you to do stuff like this, because it's all software. Which means that lots of people will be playing lots of musical tracks at different speeds now. I wonder which pros have been doing this kind of thing and just haven't been caught at it yet.
(The late 1990s' "Hamster Dance" phenomenon was an early item in this vein, as its signature "dee-da-dee-da-dee-da-doh-doh," which I'm sorry to tell you you will now have in your head all day, was sampled from Disney's animated ROBIN HOOD.)
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