Lets not let the poor boy be confused.
w/r/t Shadow & Cut: I was making a quality statement. Sets where they DJ their own work vs. spinning others' records are equally entertaining. However, I'm less entertained when I see the Chems "DJ" vs. when I see them "play live." Just my thing.
As far as the superstar DJs thing -- there are exceptions. But generally, when you see Oakenfold on a bill, they don't qualify it with "DJ Set" or "Live Set" like they do for the Chems or TCM or Moby, etc. The line gets a little blurry. You generally expect them to mix, not play. Nobody cares, as far as I can tell, nor should they.