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I am DJ Lord Fader, the "Mystery Ninja"! You never know where I will be or how I will strike when I do appear. A few have dared to claim my name, but I am the original DJ Lord Fader. This name was given to me by MC Cool Nate B in 1985 (I was cutting records when the imitators were still cutting their baby teeth)! I used to spin records in a club in Clearwater Fl. called "Shabangs!" back then. Then in 1986, DJ Lord Fader and new friend Cool Nate B (Nathen Baker), formed "T.K.C" (The Krucial Crew), a hip hop band that toured for two years with groups like Zulu Africa and the Nation (feturing Kenny K. from "Digital Underground", Kenny may you rest in peace). In those same years, DJ Lord Fader (a.k.a. Bill Ehrsam), produced many upcoming hip hop, rock, and R&B artists from "Anything Audio", a recording studio in Pinellas Park Fl., Built by Bill and good friend Steve Campbell. Bill Ehrsam continued recording and producing into the late 1990's, then built his current studio, "The Mindshaft" (www.mindshaftmusic.com), in 1999. Working with many different projects, from electronica and drum and bass with his "Abacus" project in 2001 and 2002, to his now ever expanding production music library, which is used by many TV shows and comercials. One of DJ Lord Fader's first big underground hits was the 2001 re-mix for the legendary original ninjas, "Coldut", "More Beats and Pieces" on the "Let Us Re Play" CD. Now in late 2008, the "original" DJ Lord Fader makes a comeback with a dance remix of "Lover Come Out" by Rob Parissi (the original Wild Cherry Funky White Boy) from his upcoming CD, and a "Turntable Megamix" for the now legendary audio visual Ninja masters "Hexstatic", on their new DVD/CD release “Hexstatic presents Videos, Remixes & Rarities”.