DJ Promo* ‎– ID&T Presents DJ Promo - Mix >03

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ID&T ‎– 7006832
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ID&T Presents – 03
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CD, Mixed
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1 Umek Ranzal
Written-By – U. Umek*
2:39
2 Chris Liebing Analogon (Speedy J Remix)
Remix – Speedy JWritten-By – A. Walter*, C. Liebing*
5:09
3 Kay D Smith* Psychodrill
Written-By – K. D. Schmidt*
3:08
4 Asem Shama & Axel Bartsch* Creep Show
Written-By – A. Shama*, A. Bartsch*
3:01
5 Speedy J Bugmod
Written-By – J. Paap*
3:19
6 Minimal 421 Ramon's Visit
Written-By – Garbolia*, T. Gest*
4:23
7 Virtualian (Erick Kartalian)* PCM
Written-By – E. Kartalian*
3:24
8 Polygon Window Quoth (Wooden Thump Mix)
Written-By – R. D. James*
2:19
9 Sandy Warez Indirect Bass
Written-By – S. Estievenart*
2:41
10 Catscan Pallet Of Distortion
Written-By – B. Kok*
2:35
11 E-Man (2) E-Ville
Written-By – Miro
3:52
12 Manu Le Malin Ghost Train (Vitalic Remix)
Remix – VitalicWritten-By – E. Dauchez*
2:09
13 Peaky Pounder Tehdas
Written-By – P. Pounder*
2:36
14 The Chicken Farmer Cyclone (2002 Live Mix)
Written-By – J. Dussek*
2:34
15 Armageddon Project Floatin' In Acheron
Written-By – M. Delgrano*
3:22
16 Mescalinum United We Have Arrived (Rude Awakening Remix)
Remix – Rude AwakeningWritten-By – Acardipane*
3:50
17 The DJ Producer A Journey Of Force (Point Intensity Dub)
Written-By – L. Mc Millan*
2:59
18 The DJ Producer A Journey Of Force (The Realm Mix)
Remix – Manu Le MalinWritten-By – E. Dauchez*
3:11
19 Rude Awakening My Sound So Sick
Written-By – S. Hoff*
3:49
20 Armageddon Project In The Underworld
Written-By – S. Croce*
1:15
21 Ophidian Thresher
Written-By – C. Hoyer*
2:20
22 Ophidian Nurse
Written-By – C. Hoyer*
1:53
23 Promo Day Of Danger
Written-By – S. Hoff*
1:52
24 S.R.B. 2 Ure Head
Written-By – E. Ypma*
3:45

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Comes in a jewel case with transparent disc tray.

Booklet and back cover state "DJ Promo.Mix.03.Contents The Rude Awakening Mix".

Marketed by ID&T Music B.V.

Track 11 is listed as "Miro".
Track 17 is listed as "A Journey Of Force (Original Mix)".
Track 18 artist is listed as "Manu Le Malin".
Track 23 is listed as Promo's alias "Rude Awakening", but only the vinyl is titled that way. it's released before he uses the actual alias.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 8715576068324
  • Barcode (Text): 8 715576 068324
  • Matrix / Runout: DOCdata ID&T 7006832
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3611
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Other: 2003.R3.MIX.CAT.BAR.003
  • Other: 2003.R3.MIX 03

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OmegaSupreme

OmegaSupreme

March 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This mix is very much a foretaste of what Promo would do with his r_AW Essential .03 mix. Though that mix is a lot more rougher, launching into industrial-flavoured techno and hardcore a lot sooner than this mix, it is nice to hear Promo mixing some straight-up techno for the first 7-odd tracks before kicking things up a gear with the likes of 'Pallet of Distortion' and 'E-Ville'. The inclusion of 1993's 'Quoth' is a well-placed nod to some of Promo's more obvious musical influences, while it is interesting that, apart from the dissappointing '2 Ure Head' and 'Cyclone', Ophidian is the only non-Third Movement/Hardcore related artist to make an appearance here. Was Promo as fed up with Enzyme as I was at the time of this album's release?

Apart from the aforementioned disappointing inclusion, I will never understand the appeal of ‘Ramon’s Visit’. It’s just a lame track. As is ‘Indirect Bass’. Both are simplistic in their arrangements, and, for 2002 releases, offered nothing new musically. These are the weak spots in an otherwise strong mix. The beginning is an absolutely essential listening experience (Promo throws together some fairly disparate techno that you normally wouldn’t hear in the same set when mixed by techno DJs), while the second half is features some tough-as-nails hardcore, with the likes of The DJ Producer, Manu Le Malin and Ophidian always being a pleasure to listen to.

Though it sounds corny, this one is all about the ‘journey’ – there’s a distinct beginning, middle and end that is only let down by a lame final track that in itself goes nowhere. Apart from that, you should try and track this one down if only to hear what a real DJ can do when they put some thought into their track selection and concentrate on giving the consumer a full listening experience.