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sexterhardon:

thanks kfsoh, listening to a favourite now :( https://www.mixriot.com/content/jose-padilla-perfect-summer-live-cafe-del-mar-1991

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Part 2 is up!

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sorry to bring up politics, but I just voted Brejcha for President

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liking the Keinemusik Essential Mix

kfsoh:

Beatscape master & purveyor quality sounds, Jose Padilla, passed away earlier this wk, https://tinyurl.com/JosePadillaDead

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Paul Oakenfold - Back to Basics - Boxed95 A

  • Title: oakie pt1
  • Artist: paul oakenfold BOXED95 back2ba
  • Album: Live @ Back to Basics
  • Year: 1995
  • Genre: Other
  • Length: 44:18 minutes (40.59 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Side 1, Tape 1.

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Comments

Absolute classic

Its taken me years to find this mix, I cannot belive its here, credit to you for taking the time out for puting them on here, and seriously worth every penny! Im soooooooooooo happy right now, taking me back to the good ol days!

anyone got the tracklisting?

does anyone have a tracklist for this mix, parts a-d

Mother Of All

Realy hi understaund music so good hi nou everyting from begining 2 the end !!!But must important hi use som old matrice who even 2 day is best. big knowlege and hi is bether and bether no1 that suced !!!

God 4 A Lifetime! But What A Era!

Cheers Mate! Waited a long time 4 this window back 2 a era i'm never leaving again! You've made my day 4 a lifetime!

Relatively Underground Oakie

Though many peeps oft cite Oakie's sound in the late 90s as his most exciting, an argument can be made contending his work in the early & mid90s is his best, the 1994 EMs being a strong case in point. The sound is a bit edgier, mixed w/house, prog, plus the odd broken beat. Trance dominates somewhat, but it's neither as cheeesy nor pop as his later selections. This is a live set offering a window into that era.