Gregg Gillis doesnt want you to think of Radioheads OK Computer only in the context of alt-rocks newfangled classics. The Girl Talk spin doctor asks you to consider the 1997 album as an alt-reality foundation for Jay-Zs authoritative flow. In Gillis mashed-up musical universe, backward is forward and past is present; Paula Cole is hip-hop and the Wu-Tang Clan fronts teenie pop. Feed the Animals, Girl Talks exhilarating 2008 release (Illegal Art), is a whacked-out pastiche of cut-up melodic ribbons re-stitched by Gillis into something wild and wondrous something, in many instances, thats way better than the originals. Its a dance record on which Busta Rhymes taunts the Police before tangling with James Brown, and the Jackson 5 jives to a beatboxer while DJ Kool wrangles Old Wave away from Dexys Midnight Runners. More impressive, its an auditory roller coaster for attention-deficit culture vultures where everything already mentioned happens over the course of one seven-minute stretch.