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Old 11-03-2004, 03:34 AM   #11
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> Anything else off the "Warp" or "Ninja Tune" labels.

Speaking of the Ninja Tune label, Have you heard any Hexstatic? They've got some REMARKABLE stuff; all really cool songs built off of bizarre samples and audio clips. Listen to "Ninja Tune" (the song) and "Auto" from the album Rewind if you get the chance.

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Old 11-03-2004, 03:39 AM   #12
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> Speaking of the Ninja Tune label, Have you heard any
> Hexstatic? They've got some REMARKABLE stuff; all really
> cool songs built off of bizarre samples and audio clips.
> Listen to "Ninja Tune" (the song) and "Auto" from the album
> Rewind if you get the chance.

Yes, and OMFG. There's not as much depth there as in a lot of other Ninja Tune tracks, but what's there is so perfectly produced... wow. The album blew me away.

Oh, and "The Horn" is awesome to blast when you're driving around town, haha.

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Old 11-03-2004, 04:16 AM   #13
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KMFDM fuckin' rules. Especially the Angst and Money albums.

Another I'd add to that category is Fear Factory's "Remanufacture".

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Old 11-03-2004, 02:53 PM   #14
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> 1) Orbital - Halcyon

Can I get a "hell yeah"?

> 5) Three Drives on Vinyl - Greece 2000

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Old 11-03-2004, 03:07 PM   #15
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Hmm.....lots of great suggestions thus far, but I have a few more to add to the list:

Fluke
Blumchen
Paul Van Dyke
Paul Oakenfold
Crystal Method
Chemical Brothers
Daft Punk
DJ Apollo
BT
Prodigy
Wildchild
UltraMax
Unloco

Uhh...that's all I can think of off the top of my head at the moment...but those are some more "old skool" stuff from the 90's and such with a bit of modern in there.

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Old 11-04-2004, 12:37 AM   #16
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I recommend: Tweaker, The Attraction To All Things Uncertain ("Linoleum" and "Microsize Boy" are the album's stand-out tracks) and Tweaker's second album, 2 AM Wake Up Call. Skinny Puppy's latest release, The Greater Wrong of the Right, is also a good listen.

Some other good dance tracks that I like to listen to are "Little Wonder" and "Dead Man Walking" from David Bowie's album, Earthling.

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Old 11-04-2004, 01:03 PM   #17
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my favorite electronic artists would have to be Groove Armada, The Chemical Brothers and Massive Attack.

get a whole heap of ministry of sound cds, they kick ass. my favoirte ministry is Late Night Sessions

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Old 11-05-2004, 01:40 AM   #18
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> So all you dance music buffs out there (which includes
> Swamp--who might know the most lol since he IS a DJ) I need
> some good techno/dance.

Get into some progressive shit. Sandra Collins has a new double disc djmix out on Perfecto. It's very badassed. Quivver/ Transport 5 is ultra dark progressive, anything by Memnon... Robert Oleysyck is dope for club trance, so is anything mixed or produced by Sasha. If you like breakbeat and yes you do, check Dj Frank Nitty, Baby Anne, DJ Rob E, Adam Freelander... James Lavelle is an excellent and unique DJ you should check out. His style ranges from hip hop to breakbeat to trance, and you can hear it all on Global Underground presents James Lavelle (double disc) Dark hypnotic Drum & Bass comes from Ed Rush, Grooverider, AK1200, anyone from the Metalheadz crew... 80's vibe house/ clash: Felix Da Housecat, Miss Kittin, the new Keoki (KeokiClash- excellent) and another Keoki mix I must highly recommend: Inevitable Alien Nation. It came out in '98 and will rock your cock.

You might find some tracks off these or the whole mix sessions downloadable, but the problem is that continuous DJmixes are impractical for downloading. Therefore you really won't find the best dance music online unless you're tuning into a live DJ broadcast or someone has uploaded an entire DJmix session for you- which you will then need to trackmark unless you want one 74-80 minute track or a nasty, unwelcome pause of silence every 5 minutes in a session. It's best to get recommendations, find your favorite DJ's, and experience their music selections through the mixed CD albums they sell. There it is, crystal clear, trackmarked, and ready to blast on your Pep Boys brand car stereo. Or start sweeping underground record stores and become a DJ yourself.

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Old 11-05-2004, 06:51 AM   #19
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> Yeah. Do that, now that I mention it.


Hey, you still post here. Awesome.

But where's TheOtherMoogle?

I miss all the angst and drama.

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Old 11-05-2004, 07:12 AM   #20
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Here's some more choons:


Alter Ego - Rocker
Angel City - Love me Right (Oh Sheila)
Apotheosis - O Fortuna/Ogumbratta
Armand Van Helden - Hear My Name
Benny Benassi/Benassi Bros. - Satisfaction/Illusion
BT - Knowledge of Self/Superfabulous/Simply Being Loved
Chromeo - You're So Gangsta
Crystal Method - Busy Child
Cooler Kids - All Around the World (Punk Debutante)
Dave Gahan - Dirty Sticky Floors (Remixes)
Fannypack - Her Miami (Sharaz Mix)
Felix da Housecat - Rocket Ride
Gaudino feat. Crystal Waters - Destination Unknown
Infusion - Legacy
Jan Wayne - Because the Night
Kreo - Burning for You
KLF - Last Train to Trancentral/3 AM Eternal/Justified and Ancient
Ladytron - re:agents
Madelyne - Beautiful Child
Maria Nyler - Will You Be With Me
Milk & Sugar - Let the Sunshine In
Miss Kitten - Frank Sinatra/Requiem for a Hit
Narcotic Thrust - I Like It (Sinewave Mix)
Ones - Flawless
Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds
Plummet - Cherish the Day
Rosabel - Cha Cha Heels
Scooter - Nessaja/Weekend/The Night/Age of Love (Fucking Cheesy but I love it)
Sun - One With You
Underworld - Two Months Off /Born Slippy
Ultrabeat - Pretty Green Eyes
Watergate - Heart of Asia

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