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    Default BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes

    all of them from '93 onwards are here with tracklists

    http://www.essentialmixes.net/mixRes...rce+and+Styles

    Enjoy

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    nice! thanks for the heads up
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    no worries baby dawgy

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    Hell yeah. Thank you. Just started downloading now!!!!!

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    Pay close attention to the live mixes ie. Radio one's big weekend, etc.

    Most normal episodes of The Essential Mix are mixes that were constructed in Ableton and don't really reflect a dj's mixing style and technique live.

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    Deadmau5 is 3 hours long in San Antonio, Ibizz bk 2 bk with Luciano.

    DJ Yoda one is dope an all.

    GO OILERS

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    don't really care about the mixing style Edmont

    all about the tracklisting ya feel me shortee?

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    sick, i have benn getting mine from alldj.org

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    thanks for the heads up...this is clutch

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    The best essential mix of the past three years is The Twelves on 12.19.09... The track selection is incredible, the mixing flawless, and best of all its done LIVE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmontonian View Post
    Pay close attention to the live mixes ie. Radio one's big weekend, etc.

    Most normal episodes of The Essential Mix are mixes that were constructed in Ableton and don't really reflect a dj's mixing style and technique live.
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    Seriously right

    I don't want all teh Emos to post comments on like how Boys Noize is amazing and the best mix and how DnB is the best music ever.

    Really not interested. I don't need Coachella to tell me what good dance music is.

    But one thing I will say is, it's very biased, as there is a lack of old skool hardcore and happy hardcore and considering those styles of music made so much money and were so popular in the mid 90s, there should be more mixes like those.

    I mean, in 1994 I don't think anybody was listening to Evil Eddie Richards if I'm honest. The frickin Hot Chip of of the early 90s.

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    for the record, the Boys Noize Essential Mix is pretty much flawless. but i'm not coming into your thread to jock his nuts as i usually would. nope, instead just to say thanks for posting this. good man! :]

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaVC View Post
    Seriously right

    I don't want all teh Emos to post comments on like how Boys Noize is amazing and the best mix and how DnB is the best music ever.

    Really not interested. I don't need Coachella to tell me what good dance music is.

    But one thing I will say is, it's very biased, as there is a lack of old skool hardcore and happy hardcore and considering those styles of music made so much money and were so popular in the mid 90s, there should be more mixes like those.

    I mean, in 1994 I don't think anybody was listening to Evil Eddie Richards if I'm honest. The frickin Hot Chip of of the early 90s.
    you're seriously going to say that you don't want people posting about their favorite Essential Mixes in the Essential Mixes thread and then go on to talk about happy hardcore?

    I hope you choke on a burrito while listening to your Omar Santana mix tapes

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    They should Stephen Fry with a grammarphone just dropping some Chopin and Charlie Mingus.

    But nah, little college kids with psychedlic hoodies and Kanye sunglasses wouldn't appreciate it.

    Shit would be dope tho!

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    Boys Noize's most recent Essential Mix was recorded off vinyl... he still wins

    Coachella isnt in San Bernandino thank god

    And you are correct there. Over the past year they've done way too many repeat sets ala Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Annie Mac, etc. Its not that I have anything against them, well, except Deadmau5, but itd rather have something new... One thing ive enjoyed most about the Essential Mix is the combination of established older artists (AVB, Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Felix Da Housecat, etc) with smaller artists like The Twelves, Herve'. Caspa, etc. Its almost like a welcome to the big leagues, check out last week to see how its done
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    Quote Originally Posted by slapuinpublic View Post
    you're seriously going to say that you don't want people posting about their favorite Essential Mixes in the Essential Mixes thread and then go on to talk about happy hardcore?

    I hope you choke on a burrito while listening to your Omar Santana mix tapes
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    the mixes are on the link

    but don't post reply with links to ya favourite mix

    just hunt that shit yo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELECtROjan View Post
    Boys Noize's most recent Essential Mix was recorded off vinyl... he still wins

    Coachella isnt in San Bernandino thank god

    And you are correct there. Over the past year they've done way too many repeat sets ala Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Annie Mac, etc. One thing ive enjoyed most about the Essential Mix is the combination of established older artists (AVB, Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Felix Da Housecat, etc) with smaller artists like The Twelves, Herve'. Caspa, etc. Its almost like a welcome to the big leagues, check out last week to see how its done....
    Like seriously

    How many more FSOL and Digweed mixes do we need. I Tong present it, but he needs to let some other monk ave a go, ya heard big dawg?

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    wonder when Jack Beats will get one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ELECtROjan View Post
    Boys Noize's most recent Essential Mix was recorded off vinyl... he still wins
    the songs Boys Noize chose for his mix were steller..the mixing was horrible though. I wish someone would take the time to make a .rar file containing full versions of all the songs he used. that would make my Month...
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    Aphex Twin, playing a couple of notes on a Fisher Price keyboard

    Stevie Hyper D in the background reading out the lottery numbers

    shit would leave me stoked

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    MSTRKRFT's from 2008 is spectacular also... and they are just as good in person
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmontonian View Post
    Pay close attention to the live mixes ie. Radio one's big weekend, etc.

    Most normal episodes of The Essential Mix are mixes that were constructed in Ableton and don't really reflect a dj's mixing style and technique live.
    I heard they use electricity to mix on real actual computrons or something like that. Apparently they're no longer made with vacuum tubes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELECtROjan View Post
    MSTRKRFT's from 2008 is spectacular also... and they are just as good in person
    they are

    but dyslexic as fuck wouldn't you say J?

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    Default Re: BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes

    for those wondering whos had the honor of an Essential Mix over the past 17 years click HERE
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaVC View Post
    they are

    but dyslexic as fuck wouldn't you say J?
    yup... and they're too drunk to give a shit
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    Nice one J

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    Props to J

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    my favorite essential mixes are "______" and "______"

    also, your favorite essential mixes blow
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    Default Re: BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes

    i have a hard time getting into essential mixes, something about being removed from the live atmosphere makes it feel like you lose the artists touch. even with the good ones i've heard by artists i've seen before i can't help but think to myself how much less awesome it is than seeing it live.

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