Salsoul Jam 2000 (Dance Your Ass Off) is a DJ mix album by Grandmaster Flash. It was originally released in the US in 1997, and was his first release in nine years. The album consists of classic disco tracks originally released on the Salsoul Records label, mixed and segued together as a continuous DJ mix in front of a live crowd.
The album saw its first European release in 2003 with new artwork and retitled as Mixing Bullets and Firing Joints. The eight-page booklet also featured a new essay by Quinton Scott.