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  1. 3 points
    Hey folk, Since it's a nice day, and I've almost finished my new bedroom (and cut the grass), I thought I'd stick up a limited 7 day download for my sought after K.o.L rework! The track has been supported Tiesto, Mike Koglin, Andy Moor, Mark Sherry & Jules himself on his Radio 1 show. Something nice for the summer. This won't see the light of day unfortunately so here it is for the kind folk who have been asking about it! Enjoy! Clicky wick
  2. 2 points
    Judge Jules - Christmas 2015 Charity Board Mix - Exclusive for JudgeJulesArchive.co.uk View File Judge Jules Christmas 2015 Charity Board Mix Exclusive for JudgeJulesArchive.co.uk Judge Jules's exclusive Christmas Charity mix especially for the members on JudgeJulesArchive.co.uk to mark the website's 10th anniversary. Thank you to everybody who generously donated and suggested tracks - if your track didn't make it, we're really sorry! There's always next year... In Jules's words, "...this brought back huge memories! Please thank everyone for the sponsored element of this". Enjoy. 01. Sol - 'Arranguez @ Sunset' (Twangling Mix) [Moksha] 02. Starfighter - 'Apache' (Hi-Gate Mix) [byte Progressive] 03. Mauro Picotto - 'Pegasus' (Original Mix) [Nukleuz] 04. Sonique - 'It Feels So Good' (En-Motion Remix) [serious] 05. Fridge - 'Angel' (Club Mix) [incentive] 06. Digger - 'Church Of Ra' (Original Mix) [Casa Nostra] 07. Lovechild - 'Liberta' (Moonman Remix) [Neo] 08. Serious Danger - 'Deeper' (Part One) [Fresh] 09. Motivation - 'Para Mi' (Intrique Deep Bass Attack) [Definitive] 10. Michael Woods - 'Solex' (Non Vox) [free2air] 11. Agenda - 'Heaven' (Lange Remix) [iNCredible] 12. Cygnus X - 'Superstring' (Rank 1 Remix) [Xtravaganza] 13. Airwave - 'Save Me' (Original Mix) [serious] 14. Petra & Co - 'Just Let Go' (P+C Gallery Vocal Mix) [Lifting Cars] 15. Slusnik Luna - 'Sun' (Original Mix) [incentive] 16. Sarah McLachlan - 'Sweet Surrender' (DJ Tiesto Remix) [Arista] 17. Push - 'Strange World' (2000 Remake) [bonzai] 18. G.D. - 'Choral Reef' (Original Mix) [iDJ] 19. Beyond - 'Still Dream' (Original Mix) [Conception Artist Management] 20. Gold & Delicious - 'Ascension' (Unreleased Lange Remix) [white label] 21. Salt Tank feat. Néve - 'Eugina (I Want To Be Free)' (Unreleased 2001 Club Mix) [white label] 22. The Green Martian - 'Industry' (Original Mix) [serious] 23. Tall Paul vs INXS - 'Precious Heart' (Riva Mix) [Duty Free] 24. Hi Gate - 'Caned & Unable' (Original Mix) [incentive] 25. Judge Jules - 'Verano Loco' (Original Mix) [Reset] 26. Team SR - 'Leaving London' [Five AM] 27. Hi Gate 'I Can Hear Voices' (Chill Mix) [incentive] Submitter FuzzY-LogiC Submitted 12/03/2015 Category Miscellaneous Audio  
  3. 2 points
    Hello everyone, I'm New too site. Having discovered a cassette abused in my first cars recorded off the radio, from lush portrush, late 90's possibly 2000, on a Friday night it says. Didn't even no this haven for all things Judge existed. I'm abit tech dull so Bear with people
  4. 2 points
    No chance in hell is it "and it's friday, let's party" - I just cant hear that at all, lol, give that guy a slap!
  5. 2 points
    yes, I have a massive stash of Friday night Judge Jules 9-11pm tapes ... I thought I had a Yamaha analogue tape player but apparently it is no more !! ( someone (!!) he/she who shall be nameless !!) .. threw it out in the skip !! Grrr ... I will deffo get a new tape player and I will upload digital versions as soon as I can ... …. its important to keep this awesome trance archive alive and growing ..
  6. 2 points
    Haven't been on here for ages or done any JJ Retro mixes … threw this together at the wkd. Lots of Jules Trance era stuff up on here, this stuff covers my period of clubbing in London and listening to Jules flagship Kiss Fm Fri – Sat slots from 91 – 97. If your looking Trance only then forget it. If you like "Pumping" music then check it out. These were the big tunes of the day in Jules' box and on his Kiss FM playlist … shame there are literally zero shows around from those days, as it was still very much pre-digital. I had dozens of tapes with his shows and others but they got thrown away by mistake during a move a few years back. I enjoyed tracking down these tunes as many never made it to the CD mixes that were around back then. Jules was on rotation for all the regular club nights and specials all the time. Peach @ Camden w Graham Gold, Frisky @ Ministry (he would do 3 hour sets in the box) Gallery @ Turnmills, Serious @ The Cross, Divine @ Bagleys and Lloyd Studios. Kiss did some good allnighters @ Shepard Bush Empire as well. All the other big names were always around, Fontaine, Tall Paul, John Kelly, Tony De Vit, El Tongo, Blocko and Alex P, Healy, and the rest. Its odd to look at London clubbing now with the 90s era as an afterthought, it was a seriously hedonistic time and there was so many nook and cranny places to hang out in all day after clubbing. Or just roll up to most pubs with decks and spin your own tunes. Pre-surveillance world … you can't take a shit now without it being analysed by some suits in a Batcave in the next room … glad I got my rocks off in that earache lol that was 21 years ago (WTF ...) I enjoy early Trance stuff but have always been more into a spread of styles, which Jules was more about in earlier times. Anything from Funky – Tribal – breakbeats - uplifting and the downright nutbag tunes he seemed to have an ear for. Its basically just “Pumping” … More on the way now I got the bug again lol ... enjoy.
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    sorry for the delay in replying .. it was defiantely described by the Judge as a ' white label' ... & no, it was definately not Tiesto's In search of sunrise ' .. although this is a amazingly good track (!) & it did not have a vocal and it was not dark .. quite the opposite in fact !! it was a melodic uplifting insrtumental trancer .. ) .... it sounded very much like a Darren Tate track .. I would not be surprised if it was him .. but there is no record of him doing a track called 'Sunrise' .. I am intrigued by what you said about 3 fingers .. do you have a copy of this ?? I would love to hear it again .. and yes, it was definately played by the Judge after the 3 fingers mix of BT;s Flaming June .. circa 2000/1 + also, thanks for your help .. !! totally awesome .. ))) :thumbsup: System F - Solstice - 3 Fingers -
  9. 2 points
    Jules's style has progressively got slower, cheesier and less focused towards Trance over the last decade - to the point where the bulk of his sets became "EDM" shite and commercial rubbish. He's been irrelevant to the Trance scene for years now unfortunately. His sound is more suited to the "three shots for a fiver" music-for-the-masses commercial / chain-owned clubs these days where 18-25 year olds are happy to hear commercial music with "Somebody screeeeeeeam" jingles slapped over the top. Gone are the days of Jules smashing out a bit of decent, pacey, "niche" tunes like Dark Monks - Insane, BK - Revolution and Mauro Picotto - Baguette at 143bpm in a main room or festival. A 133bpm Swedish House Mafia vs Bananarama vs Will.I.Am vs John McEnroe (Six Sambucas & A Strongbow "You Cannot Be Serious" Vocal Bootleg) mash-up is more apt these days*. *That bootleg may or may not be fictional before anyone tries looking for it*
  10. 2 points
    No problem :thumbsup: It's a very good essential selection show with some defining tunes as well as a stunning live PA from Kosheen.
  11. 2 points
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/106540 This is a very basic solution for you for a tenner! It has a line input on mini jack which is what you were used to using on your old laptop.
  12. 2 points
    Jesus mate, will you relax. Bottom line is, the people who run this site can do whatever they please. Whether we like it or not. I've never seen anyone have any trouble on this site whatsoever. I think you're getting very confused about things and getting wound up over nothing. As someone else said, if you're not happy about something,contact the admins or p.m. No need for all the threads. Please realise that there is no agenda, and we're all very happy with the way this site is run. Hopefully you'll enjoy the site as much as the rest of us then.
  13. 2 points
    Found this the other day - what a great little clip: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/school_report/8561924.stm Jules helping out - he seems to be really good with the children
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    01. Dutch Force - 'Deadline' [inferno] Half-hour Mix 02. Gizeh - 'The Rain' [Liquid Recordings] 03. Megamind - 'Taub' (Noise Maker Volume 5) [Nukleuz] 04. The Act - 'Something About U' [bXR] 05. SuReal - 'You Take My Breath Away' (Lange Remix) [Cream Records] 06. The Conductor & The Cowboy - 'Feeling This Way' [serious Records] 07. Apparition - 'Partial Hallucination' (Spoiled Remix) [Low Sense] 08. York - 'Reachers Of Civilization' (Rank 1 Remix) [Manifesto]
  15. 2 points
    I have this mix in audio cassette, and I check the date. Maybe 2000 Feb 11. friday the correct date.
  16. 2 points
    sorry mate, but i have to laugh... i thought this set was famous! This is one of those incredible sets Jules played back in the golden era... one of my personal faves! So many good tracks, and so smooth mixing! oh, and did i mention the vibe? I am adding audio in chronological order and this set will be in the audio section shortly... watch this space! and there goes... audio added, enjoy: http://www.judgejulesarchive.co.uk/archive...?showtopic=3574
  17. 1 point
    2000-06-30 - Judge Jules, Lush, Kellys, Port Rush, Northern Ireland View File BBC Radio 1 Friday, 30th June, 2000 9:00pm -11:00pm Live from Lush at Port Rush, Northern Ireland 01. Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan - 'Silence' (DJ Tiësto Remix) [Nettwerk] 02. DJ Scot Project - 'F (Future Is Now)' [Overdose] 03. DJ Fubar - 'The Love Parade' [Planet Dance] 04. Oliver Klein - 'Rheinkraft' (Original Mix) [b Sides] 05. Zombie Nation - 'Kernkraft 400' (DJ Gius Mix) [Transk] 06. Storm - 'Time To Burn' [Data] 07. Mabel - 'Disco Disco' (Nick Sentience Remix) [Positiva] 08. Matt Darey pres. Marcella Woods - 'Beautiful' [incentive] 09. Out Of Grace - 'Anglia' (Plug N Play Remix) [Free For All] 10. Sons Of Piru - 'Impure Thoughts' [Evil Deception] 11. Hi-Gate - 'I Can Hear Voices' (Schizophrenic Mix) [incentive] 12. Champion Burns - 'Bat Train' [suck Discs] 13. Hi-Gate - 'Work It Out' [incentive] 14. The Shrink - '2nd Opinion' (Non Vox Version) [Nutrition] 15. Feedback feat. Alena - 'Nova Symphony' [white label: NS 1] 16. Flickman - 'A.N.L.' [i:Am] 17. Da Hool - 'Eichelruck' (MG Remix 2) [Additive] 18. Blank & Jones - 'The Nightfly' (Pants & Corset Mix) [Kontor] 19. Agnelli & Nelson - 'Hudson Street' (Dark Now Mix) [Xtravaganza] 20. Hi-Gate - 'Caned & Unable' [incentive] 21. Unknown - 'Unknown' [white label] Submitter FuzzY-LogiC Submitted 11/06/2007 Category 2000  
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    1998-10-09 - Judge Jules, Studio Session (90 mins only) View File BBC Radio 1 Friday, 9th October 1998 9:00pm - 11:00pm 01. Secret Squirrel - 'Secret 1' [white label] 02. Gordon Matthewman - 'Itza Trumpet Thing' (Matthewman & Adam Routh Mix) [XVX] 03. Ruff Driverz pres. Arolla - 'Dreamin' (Percussion Mix) [inferno] 04. Brutal Bill - 'Woman Of Angels' [Muggsy] 05. The Snake - '7th System' [Yeti] 06. Copycat - 'Clap Ya Hands!' (The Irrestible "Storm" Mix) [King Size] 07. Hands Burn - 'Good Shot' (Fontaine & Vern Mix) [No Trance Limit] 08. Unknown - 'Transformed' [white label] 09. Untidy Dubs - 'Funky Groove' (Unknown Mix) [Manifesto] 10. Laidback Luke - 'Him Em With The Ha' [Groove Alert] 11. Love & Fate - 'Love & Fate Part 2' [sonic Limits House] 12. R.O.O.S. - Instant Moments [stip] 13. K - Special (Mark!'s Funk & Chunk Mix) [blueplate] 14. Bongo Bob - 'Exhale' [white label] 15. Billie - 'Girlfriend' (Tin Tin Out Mix) [innocent] 16. Emmie - 'More Than This' (Translucid Mix) [Manifesto] 17. Da Stereophonics - 'Feel Da Beat' [Waves] 18. Vengaboys - 'Up & Down' (Unknown Mix) [Mo'Bizz] 19. 2HD - 'Sunflakes' [Tsunami] 20. Systematic Parts - 'Violin De La Nuit' [King Size] 21. Inner City - 'Buena Vida' (Tommy Onyx's Summer Fiesta Mix) [PIAS UK] Half-hour Mix *22. DJ Wag - 'Man On The Moon' [Overdose] *23. Soundstation - 'New Direction' [sOS] *24. Gold 'n' Delicious - 'Ascension' (Unreleased Lange Remix) [white label] *25. Fool Boona - 'Popped' [uberdisko] *26. Blag - 'Kids Go Free' [b Movie] *27. The Gate - 'Iron Eden' [Go For It!] *= These tracks sadly did not survive, so if anyone have this missing portion of the show, please contact the staff. Thanks! Submitter Simcut Submitted 11/30/2007 Category 1998  
  19. 1 point
    Been through some of the tunes under his aliases, but are missing some I can't find mp3 samples of. It does indeed sound like he could have been involved in this...
  20. 1 point
    1998-08-02 - Essential Mix #9 - Judge Jules, Live from Manumission at Privilege, Ibiza View File BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix with Judge Jules Sunday, 2nd August 1998 Live from Manumission at Privilege, Ibiza 01. Anthony Atcherley - 'In My House' [Music Too] 02. Taiko - 'Echo Drop' (Jonesey's Drop Da Bomb Mix) [Southeast] 03. Shrink - 'Nervous Breakdown' [Neo] 04. Signum - 'What Ya Got For Me' (Original Instrumental) [Tidy Trax] 05. Ayla - 'Ayla' (DJ Taucher Mix) [Additive] 06. Blue Adonis - 'Disco Revival' [Bonka] 07. DJK - 'Tuff Sensation' [Tuff Tunes] 08. The Invisible Man - 'Give A Little Love' [Serious] 09. Termination Source - 'Poing 98' [Massive Drive] 10. Committee - 'Ripping It Up' [Club Image] 11. David Morales pres. The Face - 'Needin You' [Azuli] 12. DJ Disco - 'Stamp Your Feet' [Mo Bizz] 13. Ying Tong - 'Unknown' [Whack] 14. Marc Et Claude - 'La' [Additive] 15. Funky Grooves - 'Untidy Dubs' [Acetate] 16. Paffendorf - 'Smile' [Orbit] 17. Jonesey - 'Independence' (The Stadium Mix) [Caged] 18. Lucid - 'I Can't Help Myself' [FFRR] Submitter FuzzY-LogiC Submitted 05/23/2008 Category Judge Jules' Radio 1 Essential Mixes  
  21. 1 point

    340 downloads

    Ferry Corsten Mix 01. Generation X - 'Odyssey' [Rewind] 02. Der Dritte Raum - 'Hale Bopp' [Additive] 03. Saints & Sinners - 'Pushin Too Hard' [sounds Good Germany] 04. Zero Gravity - 'A New Sensorium' [Marc et Claude's] 05. CFC-12 - 'Rest In Hell' [Colour Box/Noom] 06. Da Hool - 'Wankers On Duty' (Hands Up - Wankers Mix) [Kosmo] 07. Transa - 'Transtar' [uG] 08. Insigma - 'Insigma' [Trance Communication] 09. Paul van Dyk - 'Another Way' [Deviant/Mute] 10. Evolution - 'Phoenix' [Fluid UK] 11. Nick K - 'Fluctuation' [Tsunami] Paul van Dyk Mix 12. Space Manouvres - 'Stage One' (Pariah's Banjo Mix) [Hooj Choons] 13. Gate IV - 'Give All You Got' (Unknown Mix) [Go For It] 14. X-Trax - 'Plan 94 (The Voyager)' (Sunset Sky vs Sneaker Mix) [Pied Piper] 15. SuReal - 'You Take My Breath Away' (Lange Instrumental) [Radiant] 16. Paul van Dyk - 'Another Way' (Main Club Mix) [Deviant] 17. Paul van Dyk - 'Out There & Back' [Deviant] 18. D_Formaz - 'Stargate' (KayCee 12" Mix) [Malboro Music/IDE] 19. Subtle By Design - 'Sirius' (DJ Tiësto Mix) [Xtra Nova] 20. Paul van Dyk - 'My World' [Deviant] 21. La Forge - 'Second Contact' [Quad Communications] 22. Mark 1 - 'Adore X' [Mr Chengs Quality Tunes]
  22. 1 point
    This was my first proper night out as an 18 year old - absolutely incredible night, one of the best ever. I was pretty much over Judge Jules' music by then but was in the main tent from early doors till end of Oakey and it was something else. Have got a few photos somewhere, might try and dig them out and upload if interested...
  23. 1 point

    53 downloads

    01. Chris Lake - 'Changes' (Vocal Version) [Apollo] 02. Chanel - 'My Life' (Fonzerelli Remix) [Hed Kandi] Judge Jules' Ibiza Tried & Tested 03. Mason - 'Exceeder' [boss] 04. Café Groove - 'Why You Wanna Do Me Wrong' [Hit!] Chocolate Puma Live PA 05. Chocolate Puma - 'Always And Forever' [Positiva] 06. Illuminati - 'It's A Saxy Thing' [white label] 07. DJ TV - 'Watskeburt' (Touche Remix) [white label] 08. Philippe B - 'Ibiza Mi Amore' [white label] 09. Atrium - 'I'm In Love With You' (Robbie Rivera Remix) [white label] 10. Plump DJs - 'Electric Disco' (D. Ramirez Remix) [Finger Lickin] 11. ET - 'Preplab' [white label] 12. Team SR - 'Leaving London' [5AM] 13. Abel Ramos - 'Electro Fun' (K-System Remix) [Reset] 14. G Spot - 'Session 4' [white label] The Trophy Twins chat with Paul Van Dyk 15. DJ Dan vs. Switch - 'A Little Bit Of Needle Damage' [white label] 16. Hitching Hippy - 'Passion' [white label] Sander van Doorn Chat 17. Sander van Doorn vs. Arctic Monkeys - 'Unknown' [white label] 18. M.O.R.P.H. & Rank 1 - 'A Life Less Ordinary' [white label] The Saturday Night Mix 19. Activa - 'Airflow' (Mac Zimms Remix) [Liquid] 20. SO Project - 'Direct Disco' (Talla Remix) [white label] 21. Sunny Lax - 'Mira' [Anjunabeats] 22. Fabio Stein vs. Kalwi & Remi - 'From Poland To Brazil' [white label] 23. Super 8 - 'Get Off' [Tune] The Last Dance 24. Randy Katana - 'Plastic Fantastic' [spinnin]
  24. 1 point
    No lip-biting here - I think we need to be honest; his mixing was absolutely shocking. Each year he gets a little bit worse (which is hard to understand given the advances in DJ technology - it's easier than ever before!). Some people have always bashed him for his mixing technique, and yes there was always the odd clanger, but he used to absolutely nail most of them. And on vinyl too. I just wish he had retired completely a few years ago because this is embarrassing now. No one here wants to see a legend slide & struggle but continue on regardless.
  25. 1 point
    So I was just playing pulser - cloudwalking again and I swear it’s the same producer as the unknown - unknown I just feel it in my bones.
  26. 1 point
    Recognise some, some I don't. I wish you had played Ice Rain for a bit longer before bringing the next track it, made it seem , for me, a bit pointless playing Ice Rain at all only until the first main breakdown. As for Pizzaman - The Feeling, I first heard it after buying the Cd single of Hello Honky Tonks at Woolworths when it was knocked down to 30p, and thought back then it was pointless track that went nowhere, still do, ha!. I got rid of the Cd a few years later, I wish I hadn't as I did like the Cotton Club remixes. Shoulda, woulda, coulda!
  27. 1 point
    God Damn! I only came here to see what it was and it's still unknown - unknown...
  28. 1 point
    confirmed of discogs Homeless - Piano Roots (Undiscovered) (UNDC001) solved
  29. 1 point
    Re the Beeb, cannot see it happening anytime soon.
  30. 1 point
    Interesting stuff. Though it doesn't fix the origin of why we should need these earplugs in the first place, if clubs actually balanced their soundsystems better. The amount of times I have stepped into a big club and the bass is so bloody loud and overpowering that all you're getting is your ribcage rattling with a BOOMING 4/4, and absolutely no mid-range texture whatsoever, or melody, which are all lost. It's actually tiresome. Although it can go the other way round with no bass and too much high end: the worst ever ear ringing I ever experienced was actually in the Jazz Cafe in Camden many years ago and it was very obvious from the moment I stepped through the door that the treble was way too high - it actually hurt my ears whilst I was in there and I knew it was bad. I had ringing for 3 days straight, couldn't hear myself, and I'm not afraid to admit that it genuinely frightened the hell out of me. Although it thankfully subsided, I promised myself never to expose my ears to that again... If you ever get it, the best medicine for your ringing ears is definitely absolute silence for as long as you possibly can - and a dose of patience and hope that they will try to fix themselves, although sometimes they just won't get back to the level they were before. Earplugs are cool and everyone should wear them; whether you opt for some high-end ones like these or the cheap foam ones you get from Boots, they offer significant protection than going without.
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    I suspect that Jules knows, and has accepted, that he's no longer looked upon as a credible Trance music DJ. I suspect that he's also quite content playing the kind of music and the more mainstream clubs these days because it's enabled him to prolong his career alongside a day job. The UK Trance scene is on its arse now - so gigs in this country have really dried up - and all of the big British DJs are now having to play abroad a lot lot more - to the point where I see the likes of Halliwell, Emery, Above & Beyond, etc on more European, Australian and South American line-ups than UK line-ups now. Jules was at his peak in the mid 90's to late 90's through to around 2004/2005. After that, rather than having the "niche" sound he'd always had (Pacey, Harder-edged Tech-Trance, Trance with funky basslines and House with a Euro bounce to it - plus the occasional outrageous quirky tune that couldn't be categorised into any style or genre - but when you walked into a club, you could just tell it was a "Jules Tune"), he started "following trends" - playing anything that was popular at the time. In recent years, Jules has gone from Trance, through to Tech-Trance, through to House, through to "Trouse" through to EDM and commercial nonsense. He always mixed genres to some extent - but Jules always had his own unique sound that could be easily identified - whereas in the end, he was playing whatever sound was popular. Add into that the sloppy beatmatching, clashing tune selection, god awful bootlegs, OTT unnecessary looping and dragging out of breakdowns, "Somebody screaammmmmmm" voiceovers and attempts at scratching that should only be attempted at home when practicing new tricks, its sad just how quickly Jules went down hill. Even just ten years ago, Jules was my favourite DJ. Even now I get out old Jules sets to listen to - and loved them more than any other DJ's sets I listen to because when Jules was at his best, he really was superb. Every time I went out clubbing, Jules made the night. In just a short space of time, that rapidly changed - to the point where whenever I went out, I never knew which Jules I'd get because he became so inconsistent. I remember seeing him one week in London - and he played one of the best sets I'd ever heard - one week later, he played one of the worst I'd ever heard. It was like hearing two completely different DJs because the difference was so vast between the two sets. Then when those "Somebody screammmmmmm" jingles and god awful bootlegs with RNB or pop vocals, poorly mashed-up into a poor tune, I'd just given up completely - and stopped going to see Jules completely. I don't know whether Jules had just lost interest, become out of touch with the Trance scene, became complacent thinking "I've made it" and "I can do as I like - and people will still see me", whether mainstream music that paid better money became more important than playing "niche" music that he loved, or whether he just naturally went into decline as some of the older DJs did - such as John Kelly, Seb Fontaine, etc. That being said though, Carl Cox has been around for donkeys years - and is now 53 years of age - yet even now, he's still relevant to the scene, he's still current, he's still one of the most in demand DJs in the world - and he's still as good and still as passionate as ever - so I don't think that age can result in a decline that quickly if the heart is still in it. It's a shame Jules didn't go out on a high in 2005 - because then I'd have always regarded him as one of my all time favourite DJs and a true legend of the scene. Those last few years have really tarnished that view for me. I'll never ever forget Jules at his best - but unfortunately, it's going to be difficult to forget those bad few years too, sadly, for all the wrong reasons. May sound harsh - but I'm being honest about how I feel.
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    first song that made Tiesto popular among the world dj's >>was Sparkles(1999) And Gouryella>> in 1998 !! allthough i dont think Gouryella became popular until 1999 - when re-released i agree tho , Tiesto plays crap now ( since 2009 ), along with all the other member of EDM or what its called !! all of those playes the same crap !!
  34. 1 point
    Just the one post and then download to hearts content. I recognized your name straight away!
  35. 1 point
    You sent your tunes to Judge Jules? sounds like stuff he'd play.
  36. 1 point
    Yes, he definitely played ' RBA - No Alternative'. I was lucky enough to frequent this event myself Brilliant Night that had Mario Piu and Mauro Picotto also on the line-up.
  37. 1 point
    Geek alert - I believe Jules has only done this once before in a R1 broadcast (consecutive plays of the same track, just different mixes) - and that was in that very special 2001 9/11 anniversary show where he mixed together a couple of mixes of Motivation - Para Mi back-to-back
  38. 1 point
    Way too many to mention! I could honestly trawl the tracklistings archives of 98-2001 and dig out obscure belters to fit a CD multipack!
  39. 1 point
    Waaay too many to mention I guess - the infamous Lush ID should be the final track though!
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    HAAAA! That takes me back! I remember being a kid and my Aunt asking me what tape I wanted for Christmas, and I asked for the Shamen album. Don't think I've heard Boss Drum since that.
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    Listened to this yesterday. I usually dont like dubstep but there were a couple of tunes I quite liked in this one. The first one is good. I have to admit I was bored by 15 mins through but dont take it personally mate I can only handle dubstep in very small doses and there are very few tunes I like. Nice to dabble with some different styles though eh. I must post a happy hardcore mix on here soon... that's my 2nd genre shall we say... trance and happy hardcore!
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    Amazing site - this is one of the two Jules studio sessions that got me into dance music. The other was on March 5th 1999 i.e. a week later. The master mix went like this: Lost Witness - Happiness Happening C+J - David's Song Van Gills - Don't Need You Any More Travels - Bulgarian Yomanda - Synth and Strings DJ Tiesto - Theme from Norifhioll The Secret - Hold Me Anyone have a copy of this, perchance? Thanks all, great work.
  44. 1 point
    This is awful! Reminds me of a really bad fairground DJ :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:
  45. 1 point
    Absolutely - this is not what this forum is about. We are all very open here and of course your post is aptly placed in this area, but this confusing and unnecessary for the rest of us. We are all here as a team to help, please feel free to contact us for any help and we'll all do our best to resolve. Thread locked.
  46. 1 point
    Yeah that's a shame, but you dont know her background, she may have been with some right drugged up wankers in her time..... but it's wrong of her to be so judgemental at the same time.
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    Leonard: I'm not sure what it is you want exactly... the tracklists for the whole Big Weekend broadcast, or a copy of the actual audio? I don't think Jules had his show that saturday... instead he played 45minutes live from One Big Weekend during the evening. As far as I can see, the Radio 1 'Essential Mix' broadcast from saturday night had these playing: Chemical Brothers, Pete Tong, Fergie, Dave Pearce, Judge Jules and Mauro Picotto which totals to about 5½hours Let me know if you would like the audio... Chemical Brothers: The Setlist: 01. Hey Boy Hey Girl 02. Get Yourself High 03. The Big Jump 04. Galvanize 05. Block Rockin' Beats 06. Leave Home/Song To The Siren 07. Come Inside 08. Out Of Control 09. Temptation/Star Guitar 10. Surface to Air 11. Believe 12. Acid Children (EBW7) 13. The Golden Path Judge Jules Jules and Amanda - Without Love York - Ice Flowers (Aly & Fila mix) Coldplay - Speed of Sound (Karl G Remix) Modulation - Sky (K-System) Nic Chagall - I Don't Know H.O.T - House of Trance JDS - Jump Around Cosmic - Freefall ? Signal Runners - 3000 Miles From Home York - Ice Flowers (Mac Lane mix) Fergie Alter - Ego Rocker Roman Flugel - Get Nocht Micronaurtics - Highrise Panash - Jack 2 Jack (Jesper Mix) Tim Track - (abyss) Panic Voice Joy Kitikonti - Joyonerigiber ? Red Moonshine Darren Kay - Hometown Anderson Noise - Homen Cachoroo Valentino Kanzyani Presents Intechnique Dave Pearce Tiesto Vs Radiohead ? Tiesto - Adagio For Strings (Phxnn Remix) Bostich - Unity (midor & Six4eight Mix) Suber8 vs DJ tab - First Aid Fred Bakers vs Keyboard Kids - All of Us (fred baker remix) Nic Chagall Presents - Enhance I Don't Know Joop - This World Marco V - More than a way of life (DJ Peach mix) Mauro Picotto M. Picotto - Pulsar M. Picotto - Kumharas ID ID M. Picotto - FunkyTime M. Picotto - Absofreakinglutley Picotto&Fergie - Gold King Deetron - The Floor Jacking E.P Athos - White Label Matt French - Extrange M. Picotto - Darkroom
  48. 1 point
    Wireless is notorious for being quirky to get to work, but once it does it's very reliable. Get on phone to the helpline and if they can get you connected physically by cable, they should be able to fix the wireless connection settings for you using remote access... you'll need a few hours free though
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