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Deep Dish Kiss100 2000-09-01

  • Title: Deep Dish Kiss100 2000-09-01
  • Artist: Kiss100
  • Album: 2000
  • Year: 2000
  • Length: 58:34 minutes (80.42 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)
Your rating: None Rating Average: 9.1 (15 votes)



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Tracklist

01. Weekend World - The Word [Weekend World]
02. Weekend World - The Word (Dub Mix) [Weekend World]
03. Dusted - Respect & Honour Your Mother (Deep Dish Mix) [Go Beat]
04. New Phunk Theory - Always (Vocal Mix) [Airtight]
05. Datar - B (Tarantella & Redanka's NYSC Mix) [Hooj Choons]
06. Sunkissed - Spellbound [Unknown]
07. Drum Guru - 12AM [Trackdown Recs]
08. Autokat - Gimme The Beat [Yoshitoshi]

Deep Dish Kiss100 2000-09-01

Cannot really argue with the above. Deep Dish used to be realy good but crap these days. Their last enjoyable set was the Dance Valley 2005 one.

Agree!!

This is when Deep Dish were sooooo good. Still listen to their Cream Separates and Yoshitoshi mixes now! Don't like the stuff they play now so much.

Rockin mix!

Played it on tiny lame computer speakers without any amplification, and it still came out great. Very enjoyable. Looking forward to hearing it on a decent sound system...

Great mix

A nice throwback to the sound that made Deep Dish famous. In a few years time we'll look back on the minimal scene and think WTF!!

This is such a classic set!

This is such a classic set! Its to bad they play a bunch of shitty minimal techno with everyone else now.

(Old Skool) Deep Dish

This is more like it.
I used to love Deep Dish when they played this chilled, deep (pardon the pun) progressive style.