DJ DB ‎– The Higher Education Drum & Bass Session

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F-111 Records ‎– 9 47695-2
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1 DJ Kazimir Featuring Carol C Memories
Featuring – Carol C
6:57
2 Pieter K Pendulum 2:40
3 Amar Red Sky (Origin Unknown Remix)
Remix – Origin Unknown
4:06
4 Soul Coughing Rolling (Grooverider Remix)
Remix – Grooverider
3:26
5 Karl K Synapse 3:09
6 Control Freq Satellite (Rob And Dom Remix)
Remix – Dom*, Rob*
3:21
7 Trade Secrets I Know You Got Soul (Acen Remix)
Remix – Acen
3:30
8 Static X* Love Dump (Optical Remix)
Remix – Optical
4:44
9 Karl K Synapse (Konflict Remix)
Remix – Konflict
3:14
10 Acen Black Dawn 3:34
11 Phunkateck's Juju* vs. UFO! Invocation 3:35
12 Phunkateck's UFO!* Rollcage 3:26
13 GFS Featuring JG Titanium The Metal Track (Acen Remix)
Featuring – JG TitaniumRemix – Acen
2:59
14 Abstract* The Message 2:49
15 Acen 116.7 3:21
16 DJ Kazimir Featuring Carol C Memories (Fallen Angels Remix)
Featuring – Carol CRemix – Fallen Angels
5:06
17 Scientist 212 Vibration 3:12
18 E-Z Rollers Tough At The Top 2:19

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  • DJ Mix, PresenterDJ DB

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  • Barcode: 4 009880 588925

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deoji_san

deoji_san

September 23, 2003

DB is one of the most important figures in the US DnB world. this cd is another example of this. but this man does so much more than just mixing up records. having been responsible for at least 4 record labels so far, and co-founding the first all DnB record shop in the US, not to mention the legendary NASA parties it's easy to understand his importance. his opinion is undeniably strong and his vibe just as undeniably infectious. peace!
DnbGuru

DnbGuru

March 7, 2003

Easily one of the best dnb mixes ever. Incredible range, and classy mixing. Hits hard, and cools down really soft. Track selection is money. That said, db is a bit of a meglamaniac. He thinks he owns drum n bass or something. He's always giving speeches in his album inlays on how dnb has gotten away from it's roots, or it's not going in the direction it was intended to......whatever. If you can let go of db's egotistical attitude, it's easier to enjoy his music. I listen to dnb for the music, not for the political agenda of the artist.