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Live Set

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posted on Feb, 7 2006 @ 03:38 PM
After getting some feedback of my remixs from a few members, I thought I would place up one of my live cuts it is taken from just over an hour set I did with another guy in Oxford.

Set List
Kadoc - Night train [Warp Brothers Remix]
Dark Monks & Kim - Insane [Steve Murano Vocal Remix]
Cally & Juice - Somebody to Love
Dj Tripp - Benny Got Back
Edgey - Armtrack
Pendulum - Masochist [Dj Hype Remix]
Atari Teenage Riot - Rage
Dj Amok - Pump The Music
Prodigy - No Good For Me [Masif Dj’s Remix]
Lock ‘N’ Load - Blow Ya’ Mind
Heaven-7 - Dance Me
Trevelyan & Icarus - Fruit X [Dj Hype Remix]
Pendulum - No One Knows [Live Cut]
Dj Trippy - Make Love, #### Poison
Fear Factory - Burn
Geos - Gonna Take U High
Dead Or Alive - I Begin To Wonder
Darude - Feel The Beat
Dj Dean - Bellanation 2004
Dj Keoki - Star Wars Remix
Dj Dean - Into Your Eyes
Dj Sammy - Time After Time
N-Trance - Set You Free

Listen Here You can either play it or download it.

Edit: Fix Link

[edit on 7/2/2006 by Odium]

posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 11:08 AM
cheers for that nice to find another electronic junkie here

posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 12:07 PM
ah listening love that night train , do you know if thats originally from kadoc? i remember first hearing this in 96 , it really rocked the dance floor but i think i heard i somewhat different version (ive also heard the original version of this from kadoc but thats not what i remember hearing ) so maybe its from someone else ??

posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 01:48 PM
It's an Anne Savage remix of the Warp Brothers Remix of the Kadoc song Night Train.

Glad to see someone has had a listen to it.

what you think of it?

posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 07:17 AM
ok had a listen now , some nice tunes although some didnt match too well to each other , are you using cd players ? thought i heard that out , small tip though , id stick to 1 maybe 2 styles when playing a set as its easier to beat match and the whole music flow sounds smoother but thats just my 2 cents

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