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As promised, my first mix as an MR resident now uploaded. https://www.mixriot.com/content/jim-rogers-2020-visions-mr1

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Not sure how voting got turned off! Its back now. Unfortuantely this old voting plugin doesn't have the capability to show who voted on what.

RichardFT2007:

that's a good idea actually

Mallam:

That way, if you notice another member voting similarly to yourself, you could see the mixes that member voted high on for inspiration

Mallam:

ha :P it'd be neat if maybe we could all vote, see the vote total, and see who voted and what they gave it.

RichardFT2007:

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DJ T-1000 (Alan Oldham) - Motor, Detroit (Part 1) (31.03.2000)

  • Title: Motor, Detroit (Part 1) (31.03.2000)
  • Artist: DJ-T1000 At Motor Detroit
  • Year: 2000
  • Genre: Techno
  • Length: 71:06 minutes (81.38 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 160Kbps (CBR)
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Most of you are clueless about the oldtimers, so I shall give you lot an intro to DJ T-1000 aka Alan Oldham. He was a radio deejay in the late 80's, where he played Mills, May, Atkins, Saunderson (well you get the picture). His radio show went from 1987 to 1992. He was Underground Resistance's Tour DJ (1992) (in place of Jeff Mills). Oldham is originally from Detroit and from the first phase of techno deejays. He also designed the record covers for Derrick May's early Transmat releases. He does web design, he also does comic book drawings and he designed the covers for Djax records (Miss Djax out of Holland's label, as well as recording on it). He also writes for a variety of places and still deejays to this date and he must be near or past 50 and still going.

This is the first part (and longest part) to a 2 parter from 2000, includes techno, detroit techno and some amazing stuff.

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