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  1. I k now I'm replying to these things years after everyone else and (seemingly) to an audience of no one , but there should be a track 22 on the tracklist after Rank 1: GTR Vs The Shrink - 'Nervous Breakdown' (Hard NRG UK Bootleg Mix) [Nutrition]
  2. 10. DJ Sakin & Friends Featuring Reverend Run - Thunderbird (Orginal Mix) [Overdose]
  3. Also, how flipping good is that Luke Slater remix of "The Horn Track"? Due a re-airing on some trendy young DJs Boiler Room set I reckon.
  4. 02. Kid Creme - Hypnotising (Fashionista Mix 2K2) [Positiva]
  5. Thank you! I was at this, it makes me all misty-eyed to hear it again after about 16 years. I can probably fill in a few IDs, just need to get my thinking cap on.
  6. Hah! Yeah, I did bump into you on the trainspotters box. Flippin heck that was a while ago - don't remember that lineup though. I was there a few times but the only lineup I remember was Oliver Klein, Corvin Dalek, Jules& Eddie Halliwell. I'm probably mashing about 4 nights into one though.
  7. He's since had a crack at Hi Gate - Pitchin' which to my ears just doesn't work at all...
  8. I guess I can put Ejeca's Trance Wax stuff into this category too. There're some pretty ropey tunes in here:
  9. Just wondering if any *ahem* "more senior" people on here have noticed younger DJs starting to play old late 90s-early 00s trance records? HAAi played "ATB - 9pm till I come" at AVA recently, Denis Sulta has been doing it for years with stuff like "666 - DEVIL" and "York - OTB". Jackmaster, Space Dimension Controller, Nina Kraviz all pull out trance tunes intermittently. I'm curious as to what people make of this? I can't really tell if they're these playing records in an ironic way - cos let's be honest some of these records have not aged at all well - or whether it's based on the assumption that the average 18-25ish clubber will not have heard these tunes played out before and they are being played out of genuine love? In 2000 Sasha was playing "Yeke Yeke", Paul Woolford is playing full sets of old skool rave/hardcore. When I used to DJ I would never leave the house without my copy of "CLS - Can You Feel It". Is my discomfort about this based on my snobbery against trance compared to "better" records? Mainly it just makes me feel old. I own cassette singles of some of these tracks and now a DJ is playing them off a USB stick to a room full of people a decade younger than I am. Nostalgia, eh? It ain't what it used to be....
  10. Listened to this set this morning for the first time since about 2003. To my ears this tune has a few hallmarks of the Rob Searle remixes from about that time. His Facebook seems to be active, so I'll ask him...
  11. Hi, back in 2002-2003 Jules sometimes used to record his sets from clubs and host them on his website. The one I'm really after is from early 2003 and was recorded at Turnmills, but any of those sets would be fun to hear again. Thanks.