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  1. I can't remember Crescendo - 'Are You Out There' [FFRR] at all from these days. Sounds very much of its era as housey proto-trance tune. For those interested in the complete tracklist, I have found it here: link. Pete Tong - Essential Selection (Radio 1) 29th Dec 95 (117min) Pete Tongs Best Of '95 Wild Colour - Dreams [Perfecto] Shiva - Work It Out [FFRR] The Groove Corporation - Twist And Change [Six6] St Germaine - Alabama Blues [F Communications] Method Man & Mary J Blige - Youre All I Need To Get By [Def Jam] hip hop Groove Theory - Tell Me [Sony] downtempo Ken Doh - Nakasaki [FFRR] Danny Tenaglia - Look Ahead [Tribal] Heller & Farley Project - Ultra Flava [Jus Trax] Leftfield - Original [Hard Hands] downtempo TLC - Waterfalls [La'Face] downtempo Angel Moraes - Welcome To The Factory [Hot N Spicy] BT - Embracing The Sunshine [Perfecto] Robert Miles - Children [Platipus] Tricky - Black Street [4th & Broadway] La Tour - Blue [Polydor] Club Country Update Minty - Plastic Bag [Sugar] Boy George Recommended: Alex Reece - Feel The Sunshine [Blunted] jungle Alex Reece - Pulp Fiction [Metalheadz] jungle D'Angelo - Brown Sugar [Cooltempo] hip hop Ruffneck - Everybody Be Somebody [Positiva] Nicole - Running [Avenue] Faithless - Salva Mea [Cheeky] Jeff Mills - Purpose Maker [Axis] Poltergeist - Vicious Circles [Platipus] Goldie - Inner City Life [FFRR] jungle LTJ Bukem - Horizons [Good Looking] jungle Top 10 Club Tunes of 95 The Chemical Brothers - Leave Home [Junior Boys Own] (10) Man With No Name - Floor Essence [Perfecto] (9) Westbam - Wizards Of The Sonic (Red Jerry Mix) [Urban] (8) Wildchild - Renegade Master [Hi Life] (7) DJ Misjah & DJ Tim - Access [X Trax] (6) News Grace - Not Over Yet [Perfecto] (5) Everything But The Girl - Missing (Todd Terry Mix) [Warner Bros] (4) Crescendo - Are You Out There [FFRR] (3) De'Lacy - Hideaway (Deep Dish Mix) [Deconstruction] (2) Wink - Higher State Of Consciousness [Manifesto] (1)
  2. Top share and thanks to all involved. Really great to hear audio from this era even if it isn't from the man himself. At the risk of sounding ungrateful for the efforts required to collate and edit the files thought, it would be nice to listen to the original shows these were extracted from.
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  4. Welcome to the club Noodle!
  5. Welcome Phil. The Archive truly is a great place to research tunes and rekindle memories.
  6. I am reasonably forgiving about the odd mix which goes wrong. Many of us are DJs here and we can list numerous frictions which get in the way of seamless mixing. Ultimately, tune selection is and always will be the most important factor in the quality of a set. That said, from a mixing perspective Jules really was off form here. I’ve seen him do a few classics sets live, all at Gatecrasher, and at each of those his mixing was flawless though there was little variety between the tunes at each performance. In many regards though, this is classic Jules. Throughout his career, even when at his peak, he frequently antagonised and alienated with seemingly questionable decisions and terrible performances. Thankfully these were counterbalanced with performances which would . As someone else once said on this forum, he ‘frustrates and delights in equal measure’. I do wonder if Jules’ consistency had been better over his career he would have fared much better in terms of his standing in the annals of DJing and Trance history. I had been tempted to go to Luminosity this year with a friend, glad I didn’t though!
  7. It's been rather quiet her recently but still a few of us around. I hope everything is well with you.
  8. I attended one of the Gatecrasher ones which, as a one off, was an excellent event and something to remember. However, the market is well and truly saturated as you have said, and I don't think I would bother to go to another.
  9. Both these tracks have being getting support from me. I really like the Environs B-Side, Side Missions, too. Will check out the mix later.
  10. Briggsy, thanks for the Grotesque and Aerys label recommendations. I will be sure to look at their releases. Louk, likewise with Skullduggery.
  11. I don't do Facebook so if you could post back what his announcement many of us here would be grateful.
  12. I absolutely couldn't remember what Ascension sounded like. I usually have a good musical memory so had to look it up: youtube. Ascension never did it for me though I am intrigued to listen to the sets you have linked WAP. A quick scan from the first one had Darey's remix of Blockster - Grooveline which is one of my favorite from the era. Thanks for sharing.
  13. You are very correct about Bonzai. MIKE and L-Vee were fertile minds and it was truly was a lucky time to be into electronic music. There haven't been any releases on the other FSOE imprints which have captured my interest. The harder techy basslines of Clandestine tend to peak my interest though. Two releases I have particularly enjoyed are: Paul Webster & Casey Rasch - Silencer David Forbes & Paul Denton - Blizzard
  14. Admittedly, I am a little slow to pick up on this sub-label, however I am really enjoying the releases on FSOE Clandestine recently. While they are getting slightly formulaic, typically featuring a heavy tech influenced bass with trance saw breakdown, overall I am very impressed. This reminds of the excitement that Nukleuz could generate at it's apex. You could almost buy a 12" blind from them and still be sure of a high quality release. Any thoughts or particular recommendations? Discogs: FSOE Clandestine