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deadmau5 gets a message from random guy on Twitter adding vocals to the Veldt track he is working on a livestream. This video is from 2012.


Warning: Deadmau5 uses some Not Safe For Work language.

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Here is a link to the tweet Chris James sent: 

https://twitter.com/ChrisJames/status/181360806779293696

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Reddit comments: http://reddit.com/r/videos/comments/...

Chris James went on to collaborate with other artists for a few more tracks after gaining some popularity from The Veldt.

Arty feat. Chris James - Together We Are (Original Mix)

Hot Mouth feat. Chris James - Totally Worth It (Original Mix)

More Arty from the Reddit comments:

Alpha 9 - Bliss (Original Mix) [2009]

Arty - Gentle Touch (Original Mix) [2009]

Arty - Zara (Original Mix) [2010]

Cosmic Gate - Back To Earth (Arty Remix) [2010]

Arty feat. Tania Zygar - The Wall (Original Mix) [2011]

Arty & Mat Zo - Rebound (Original Mix) [2011]

Arty - Kate (Original Mix) [2011]

Paul van Dyk feat. Arty - The Ocean (Original Mix) [2012]

Zedd - Spectrum feat. Matthew Koma (Arty Remix) [2012]

Arty, Nadia Ali & BT - Must Be The Love (Original 12'' Mix) [2012]

Arty, Matisse & Sadko - Trio (Original Mix) [2012]

London Grammar - Hey Now (Arty Remix) [2013]

Arty, Matisse & Sadko - RIOT (Original Mix) [2013]

Arty - Flashback (Original Mix) [2013]

Arty feat. Fiora - Grand Finale (Original Mix) [2013]

Armin van Buuren vs Arty - Nehalennia (Original Mix) [2013]

Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston vs Arty - You Got To Believe [2014]

Grand Finale

Trio

Flashback

But props on Bliss... too bad he doesn't play Alpha 9 songs in his set anymore :/

His other Alpha 9 track is Come Home

The Ray Bradbury short story, that the song is based on:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Veldt_%28short_story%29

Whoa. That makes this even cooler. Wow!

Cool story, and written in 1950!

...which seems so long ago now, doesn't it?

It seems very forward thinking for 1950.

Ray Bradbury was very forward thinking in most of what he wrote.

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