DJ Frankie Bones* ‎– Factory 303

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X-Sight Records ‎– XS73019
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 Frankie Bones Intro
2 Insider Boots On The Run
3 Shotgun Wicked Games
4 Justin Berkovi Angel Cry
5 Paris The Black Fu Stalking You
6 Da Goose Six Sounds
7 Tim Baker Tiger Balm Beats
8 DJ Maker Doping Drums
9 Dylan Drazen It Hz
10 Chris Anderson Overdose (Paul Birken Mix)
Remix – Paul Birken
11 BZK Buda 2000
12 DJ Jes With Prayer
13 Richard Hinge I'm Speaking To You
14 In.Dex* Matter In Rhythm
15 DJ Apollo Laff Trak
16 Tony Rohr Stairway To Effingham
17 Mark Verbos Big Brother (DJ Rush Mix)
Remix – DJ Rush
18 Paul Birken Flexin It
19 DJ Funk I'm So Hi
20 DJ Bill Hardtrack

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Notes

Track 14 listed as "In.Dex - Lost In The Basement" on the release by the name of original release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (text): 6 3533-73019-4 2

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jonarmst

jonarmst

March 3, 2017
Da Goose "Six Sounds" is actually Da Goose "M-Tek" (Ah Ah Mix) from the same EP.

The seguway from Paris the Black Fu to Da Goose on this particular mix is one of my top 10 DJ mix transitions of all time. I used to rewind this segueway over and over and listen to it. Listening to this with the benefit of almost two (!!!) decades' worth of history now, I have to say it stands up particularly well. A lot of these tracks actually had a lot going on them and it is absolutely uncompromisingly 100% UNDERGROUND from start to finish and showed how vinyl was meant to be mixed. Still loving this one in 2017!
aimcinto

aimcinto

April 24, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
One of the best FB mixes. Maybe the very best.
John_Douglas

John_Douglas

December 26, 2008

Seriously I got a lot of play out of this set. It starts off with a repetitive number that just pounds on for 3 minutes or so, it was a great way to open the set, and set the mood. From there he goes into bumping minimal tech house with the highlight being the 2 + minute long mix, from Stalking You into Six Sounds, one of the slickest mixes I've heard in years. You have to hear it.

8 Years later when listening to now, it's still a great listen but leans more towards to fans of tech house from back in the late 90's early 2000s. That being said, one of my favorite mixes of all time, hands down.
John_Douglas

John_Douglas

December 23, 2008

Seriously I got alot of play out of this set. It starts off with a repetitive number that just pounds on for 3 minutes or so, it was a great way to start the set and leave us wanting more. From there he goes into bumping minimal tech house with the highlight being the 2 + minute long mix from Stalking You into Six Sounds, one of the slickest mixes I've heard in years.

8 Years late however, it's still a great listen but only to fans of tech house or dance music from back in the late 90's early 2000s. One of my favorite mixes.