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Yeah - its probably the best one track on it.

I really don't like the first 3 tracks, The cassius tracks are OK, but things get really good from track 8 onwards.

Papua New Guinea - FSOL is very absorbing. Is it from the first wipeout game cause I don't recognise it?

I like Air anyway, but hadnt heard either track before. The 2nd one reminds of Beck for some reason. A suprisingly good remix of a Charlatans tracks that flows perfectly into Martin Grech (shouldn't finished here really I think  :) )

Much better than I initially anticipated. Cheers.

And here a list of who send to who:

jrisgod->Futureshock->Duncan->David Heath->Nada Surf->jeff mills gran->Looper


Thanks to everyone who took part this month.

I realise the D&B stuff is an acquired taste, particularly the harder edge stuff. Cassius are a grower, although I went through a bit of a French house phase and only recently got that album back (I had to buy it again due to lending it to a girl and then finishing with her. Doh!)

Papua New Guinea is really old (1991?) but still remains one of my favourite tunes. I don't think it ever made it onto a Wipeout soundtrack (FSOL's We Have Explosive did though.)

The Air tracks are from 10,000Hz legend (Vagabond) and Premieres Symptomes (the other one), the Charlatans mix was off a CD of strange and rare remixes and the Oakenfold ones are off his album.

Glad you liked (some of) it!

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LL Cool J


One band I really should know but don't... 12 i think

18 is cool

19 is good

What do you want from me! - class.

21... enlighten me....

Underwater love, id forgotten about this :P

Good album, i prefer the second half to the first. A good mix, well done!

I have some ace idea for my second, unlike my first lazy one...

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Yeah I'm not sure how to approach the second one. My first one was basically a mix of songs covering a range of genres which most people would have heard before if they were into that style of music. I might do something slightly different with the second one...

My first CD's tracklisting was the following:

1. Massive Attack - Angel

2. Joy Division - Day Of The Lords

3. DJ Shadow - Midnight In A Perfect World

4. De La Soul - Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)

5. Public Enemy - Do You Wanna Go Our Way?

6. Pink Floyd - Mother

7. Radiohead - Talk Show Host

8. Killah Priest - From Then Till Now (Instrumental)

9. The Beatles - Mother Nature's Son

10. Fleetwood Mac - The Chain

11. Quincy Jones - Summer In The City

12. Delinquent Habits - House Of The Rising Drum

13. Nirvana - Heart-Shaped Box

14. Porn Theatre Ushers - My Imagination

15. Underworld - Dark Train

16. Souls Of Mischief - '93 Til Infinity

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Hi Dave. I won't take part, but i'd just like to annonce that Streetbeats 3 and 4 will be being posted next week. Proberly.


I have the 3rd one I think. The one with the extended RZA intro, right?

Yeah, I listened to the first three Streetbeats yesterday. I'm looking forward to hearing the fourth one very much.

:: thumbs-up ::

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Cameo is on there - not the others though.

One band I really should know but don't... 12 i think

12. Radio 4 - The Death Of American Radio - from their newest album

18 is cool

19 is good

18. J-Five - Modern Times (3:13)

19. Skillz - Take It Back (3:37)

I put J-Five as a bit of a curveball - French Hip-Pop - don't know anything else about him. Skillz track is from the recent Okayplayer compilation.

21... enlighten me....

21. The Saints - Just Like Fire Would (3:24)

Im so glad you picked them out. Australian Garage Band from the 70's and 80's. Started out very rocky and mellowed out a bit towards the end - this is from their later period and actually got played on an episode of neighbours once.

It was a very much a cover-all-bases collection I put together but Im glad you liked it.

PM'd you full track listings.

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LOL, I hadn't realised that it was your Rllmuk name. Great stuff anyway.

Did you get mine yet Michael? I have a horrible feeling the postage monkeys downstairs didn't do their job properly.

Good lord I'm shite at responding to stuff.

Yes, I've got it - and it's a fucking mighty CD. A good selection of stuff, highlights at the moment are the Ladytron and Concretes tunes. Oh and the Sultans of Ping! Give him a ball and a yard of grass... it's like my childhood all over again...

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Oh,and here's the tracklisting for the one I did... 'Doubutsu No Mori'*

1. 5678's - WooHoo!

2. Franz Ferdinand - Dark of the Matinee

3. Duran Duran - Electric Barbarella

4. Beastie Boys - Ch-check it out

5. Flaming Lips - Yoshimi vs. The Pink Robots

6. Lemon Jelly - Staunton Lick

7. Johnny Cash - Personal Jesus

8. Snow Patrol - Run

9. Scissor Sisters - Laura

10. The Killers - Mr Brightside

11. The Knack - My Sharona

12. Keane - Somewhere Only We Know

13. Tori Amos - Enjoy The Silence

14. Streets - Dry Your Eyes

15. UNKLE - Rabbit in Your Headlights

16. Soulwax - Conversation Intercom (acoustic)

Shamelessly poptastic, I know. But hey! That's the way it goes :)

*and yes - that's the Japanese name for Animal Crossing.

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Sounds a great idea!. I've started to make minidisc mixes using CD's that I own, being new to the concept of recordable minidisc players it took me some time to figure out how to do it, I created my first minidisc mix today which was Trance.

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