I wanted to mix this selection of tracks for quite a while, I’m glad I finally got around to doing it:) It’s great to hear how well these tracks stood the test of time. A pat on the back is due if you heard them on there release date. I first heard Adonis – ‘no way back’ in ’89, so no Zimmer frame for me just yet! Obviously you’ll be able to find these tracks on various compilations and numerous DJ mixes elsewhere, but I’ve tried to steer clear of dropping in extra layers of cheese.
This mix is dedicated to the engineers at Roland. Thank you for our family of Transistor Rhythms and Transistor Beats. Enjoy the mix.
Adonis – No Way Back (Vocal) – 1986 – TRAX
A guy called Gerald – Voodoo Ray (Fast Eddie Remix) – 1989 – Warlock
New Order – Blue Monday (extended mix) – 1988 – Factory
Trancesetters – Secrets Of Meditation – 1994 – OPEN
Underworld – Rez – 1994 - Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records
Max Walder – Compressor – 2003 – Terminal M
Laurent Garnier – Crispy Bacon – 1997 – F Communications
N-Joi – Malfunction – 1991 – RCA
Moby – Go – 1991 – Outer Rhythm
The Stone Roses – I Wanna Be Adored (Bloody Valentine Edit) – 2000 – Silvertone
Hell – My Life Is Hell – 1994 – Disko B
Carl Craig – DJ-Kicks (The Track) – 1996 – Studio !K7
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