Topic: classics

any recently got into progressive music, so i was wondering if you guys could fill me in with a few classics over the past 1-3 years, for me to get hold of somehow..... whether it be mp3 or buy them...


im more into the more sort of not so dark, uplifting stuff like chilling moments (shmuel flash), tom mangan - chutney and sasha - xpander...


cheers
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Nu Progressive Era album released on Hooj is probably worth having a listen to.


I think you will find it on hooj.com
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Re: classics

off the top of my head i can think of these:


bt - 'mercury and solace (quivver's transatlantic mix)'

placebo - 'every you every me (brothers in rhythm glam club mix)'

brother brown - 'under the water (starecase remix)'

hybrid - 'theme from wide angle'


four damn fine uplifting tunes if you ask me.


hope that helps.


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The Rolling Thunder mixes of Theme from Wide Angle are just sheer power!!! Love em, even more so the dub. Oh yeah, more classics for ya -

Chemical Brothers - Out of Control (Sasha remix)

BT - Fibonacci Sequence (not strictly prog but still great)

Lexicon Avenue - West on 27th (go for the new Sander K mixes - feckin awesome!!) *

Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomie mixes) *

Orbital - Nothing Left (Breeder mix) *

Orbital - Belfast (Sasha vs The Light mix)

Bedrock - Heaven Scent

Bedrock - For What You Dream Of (older than 3 years but still a true prog classic)

James Holden - Solstice/I Have Put Out the Light

Charlie May - GKP (Don`t know whether anyone else considers this a classic but I think its great!)

Underworld - Cowgirl (Bedrock mix) *

Cass and Slide - Opera *

Lee Coombs - Future Sound of Retro


I`m sure there`s plenty more but all these are class tracks.


Hope this helps


* Realised these tracks are quite dark, not what you are looking for, but give them a listen anyway.
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cheers for the tunes people,


if only audiogalaxy was around im sure i'd have no probs getting all of these on mp3.


if there are any mp3 discriminators about then im sorry, but it helps with dance music as what use is a tune on mp3 to a dj!


 
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not sure on age of all these and if they're the uplifting stuff you describe, but I'd also check out:


Evolution - Phoenix

Der Dritte Raum - Hale Bopp

Quivver - Twist & Shout

Laurent Garnier - Man with the red face [Original, Jan Driver]

Tilt - I Dream [Tilt's Resurrection Mix]


also

Breeder - Tyrantanic, The Chain,...

Castle Trancelott - Indoctrinate, Resonance

Space Manoeuvres - Stage One [Total Separation,...]


-C.

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Sander Klienenberg - Four Season's Ep's One & Two.

Minimalistics - Struggle for Pleasure

Angel - Goldrush

Kundalini Rising - Kayomani

Anything on Dave Seamans Global Underground Comp's (Buenos Aires and Cape Town) or his Renaissance Mixes (Awakenings and Desire)

Also worth checking Sasha's GU's (San Fransisco and Ibiza) and Nick Warren's GU's (Or any Way Out West tune or remix)
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also:


Lighthouse Family - Free [ brother brown mix ]

D*Note - Shed My Skin [ pete heller mix ]

Radius - Incubation [ sanproject mix ]

Royksopp - Poor Leno [ sander k mix ]

Francesco Farfa - The Search [ weekend world mix ]

North Atlantic - Lights Out [ lemon8 mix ]

Hamel & Blackwatch - Diskotek

Fever - Distorted Horizon

Weekend World - The Word

Accadia - Into The Dawn

Roland Klinkenberg - Inner Laugh

Loudeast - Lights Off

The Four Elements - Fire

Redanka - Out Of The Dark



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Darren Emerson & Sasha - Scorchio.
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Bump, slow day in work closest prog classic type of thread i could find 2002 yeo!

Stoneproof 'Everything's not you' Quivver Space Mix

Tilt 'I dream' Casa de Angelis Mix

Solid Sessions 'Janeiro' James Holden Mix

Chakra 'I am' Bedrock Mix

Pako & Frederick 'Blue Steel'

Jan Driver 'Filter'

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Are you taking the piss?

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Chillout ffs!

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I'd say they're more prog than chill out to be fair.

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I always find swearing at someone is the best way to make them chill out.

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Similarly, "STOP CRYING!" works wonders with women.

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gristy7 wrote:

cheers for the tunes people,


if only audiogalaxy was around im sure i'd have no probs getting all of these on mp3.


if there are any mp3 discriminators about then im sorry, but it helps with dance music as what use is a tune on mp3 to a dj!


 
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Have you tried Napster, they may have some of them on there, I'd say try Beatport but I don't think they exist yet

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