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Paul Oakenfold, First Night, Courtyard, Cream, 1998,

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  • Title: Paul Oakenfold, First Night, Courtyard, Cream, 1998,
  • Artist: Paul Oakenfold
  • Album: First Night, Courtyard, Cream, 1998,
  • Year: 1998
  • Length: 90:20 minutes (165.42 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)
Type of Music: 
Tracklisting: 
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01. BT - Flaming June
02. Depeche Mode - It's No Good (Bt Remix)
03. U2 - MoFo (remix)
04. Run DMC vs Jason Nevins - It's Like That
05. Mansun:Wide Open Space (Oakenfold Mix)
06. ID
07. Nalin & Kane - Beachball
08. Da Hool - Meet Her At The Love Parade
09. Tilt - Butterfly
10. Tilt - Rendezvous (Tilt vs. Paul Van Dyk Rendezvous Quadrophonic Mix)
11. BT - Flaming June (remix)
12. Mu Tron - Musica
13. The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up
Your rating: None Rating Average: 9 (7 votes)



Comments

well done craddock

Its an up and down mix, being a u2 fan, I\ve always hated mofo. Also smack my bitch up, being a man of my huge variety, I've never dug prodigy. Love butterfly and rendezvous with flaming june. I would have loved to see oakenfold in the courtyard at cream.

Not just this mix but Oakenfold in general

For some reason I like Paul Oakenfold and don't slag him off for stuff that I would do with many other DJs... his mixing has never been top notch, but I don't mind because I find his track selection makes up for it.

This mix is a classic example of his mediocre mixing, but there are some great tunes that make up for it. Same with his Goa Mix, and with Tranceport too... being honest I'd say the mixing ain't brilliant in either of those, yet they're 2 of my favourite sets from any DJ.

I think sentimentality plays a huge part in this because I grew up listening to Oakenfold. He's the DJ equivalent of an old Mini you had as your first car that was slow and unreliable... or the girlfriend you had who was a bit of a munter but gave good blow jobs and who you lost your cherry to.