Kazu Kimura & Will E Tell ‎– DJ Excursions Vol. 3

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MDS ‎– EXCD3
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2 × CD, Mixed, Compilation
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1-01 Kazu Kimura & Steve Law Chiron 2:38
1-02 Acid Jesus Radium 2:59
1-03 JB³ Time (Advent Remix 2)
Remix – Advent*
4:20
1-04 The Blunted Boy Wonder TimesSquare 3:07
1-05 DJ HMC Body Mechanics 4:24
1-06 Outline Meets Surgeon BP07 2:31
1-07 Luke Slater Freekfunk (Steve Bicknell Lost Mix 2)
Remix – Steve Bicknell
2:26
1-08 Surgeon Patience 2:28
1-09 TD5 Fire Hydrant 2:50
1-10 The Advent Real Timez 2:39
1-11 Ben Long B1, B2 3:03
1-12 Darren Price Friction 4:01
1-13 Space DJz Sims 2:39
1-14 Claude Young Twine 4:50
1-15 The Blunted Boy Wonder Metropolis 3:29
1-16 James Ruskin Divide 3:50
1-17 Funk D'Void Jack Me Off 2:52
1-18 Space DJz Rock The House 3:22
1-19 Richard Polson & James Ruskin Institute For The Future 1:54
1-20 The Advent It One Jah (Surgeon Mix)
Remix – Surgeon
3:20
2-01 Speedy J Pannik 8:32
2-02 Steve Robbins Encounter 4:09
2-03 Funk D'Void Bad Coffee 3:52
2-04 JB³ Forklift (Luke Slater Filtered Remix)
Remix – Luke Slater
4:11
2-05 Black & Brown Jackeranda 4:41
2-06 Space DJz Side On 2:09
2-07 D-Ex Electron Opaque 4:01
2-08 Abstract Beating System Phunky Poltergeist Wisdom 6:00
2-09 Victor Sanchez* Possessed 4:09
2-10 Egoexpres* Genau So 3:11
2-11 Jan Driver Filter 4:41
2-12 JB³ Time (Dave Angel Remix)
Remix – Dave Angel
3:22
2-13 Jan Driver All You Can Beat 2:54
2-14 Van Baucks The Bellvue Years 3:56
2-15 Dave Angel Tokyo Stealth Fighter (Slam Conflicting Beats Mix)
Remix – Slam
4:53
2-16 Velocette Down 4:47

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ricksta7

ricksta7

October 28, 2015
I had a similar experience to eidoom - went and bought this album by sheer chance at a local store (waaaay back when they sold good mix CDs, not the generic tripe that's on offer these days), went home, turned off the lights and banged on the Kazu mix. I was blown away just by the track selection and the smooth flow of the mix. Will E Tell's mix in my opinion isn't as good and suffers from a lot of jumping around - in some cases just ending one track and starting the next one - but still has some classics on there.
eidoom

eidoom

February 9, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This is ground zero for me - the beginning of my journey into the amazing world of underground electronic music, or 'techno' to be more precise. It was 1997 and i had just entered my final year of high school, Pearl Jam and Nirvana were still on heavy rotation on my stereo, but for some unknown reason i was searching for something else when i entered the CD store and still can't remember how or why i bought this cd. I still have vivid recollections of listening to this disc for the first time - on the bus on the way to school in my own little detached universe, minimal rhythms pulsing through the headphones talking to me in an entirely new language. It was just so refined and undiluted - completely devoid of superfluous detailing and decoration which is the downfall of so much mainstream music. The sounds were alien and otherworldy yet at the same time felt so comfortable like i'd been waiting to hear this music my entire life. As you can see from the tracklisting this is just another techno mix from that era in time, all the usual suspects that i would later explore in depth, all the respected labels that have stood the test of time and some local talent that encouraged me to explore what the nightlife in Melbourne had to offer. I'm listening to the second disc right now and a feeling of deja vu is creeping up on me with the transition from Funk D'Void's 'Bad Coffee" into Luke Slater's remix of 'Forklift' - it's that sense of absolute magic and sheer joy in the appreciation of music. I guess its just one of those cd's that just encapsulates a special time in your life, not a very rare or valuable disc (in Australia, at least) but an amazing time capsule for me personally and one i will never part with.