Danny Rampling ‎– Journeys By DJ Volume 3: Party Mix With Danny Rampling

Music Unites ‎– JDJ CD3, Music Unites ‎– JDJ CD 3
Journeys By DJ – Volume 3
CD, Compilation, Mixed

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1 Bizarre Inc Agroovin'
Written-By, Producer – Meecham*, Turner*, Meredith*
2 X-Press 2 Muzik Express
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Ashley*, Diesel, Rocky
3 CYB* Jaba Noba
Written-By, Producer – Visnadi
4 Direckt 2 Fatt Guitars
Written-By, Producer – Danny Hybrid*, Mike E Bloc*
5 Eskimos & Egypt UK-USA
Engineer – StaggmanWritten-By, Producer, Mixed By – E&E*
6 Disco Revisited Witness
Written-By, Producer – Terrence Parker
7 DSK What Would We Do
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Peter Heller & Terry Farley*Written-By – J Stone*, L Julian*, P Klein*
8 Lidell Townsell & MTF* Get With U
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Dave Morales*, Todd TerryWritten-By, Producer – Cajmere
9 First Choice Dr. Love (C&C Mix)
Remix – C&C Music Factory Clivilles & Cole*Written-By – A Feldner*, N Harris*, R Tyson*
10 Cajmere Featuring Dajae* Brighter Day
Featuring – Dajae*Written-By – Cajmere, Dana*
11 Kenny Jammin Jason* Can U Dance
Written-By – Eddie Smith*, Kenny Jason*
12 Hardfloor Acperience 1
Written-By – Oliver Bondzio, Ramon Zenker
13 Bam Bam Give It To Me
Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – Chris "Bam Bam" Westbrook*
14 This Side Up Burnin' Up
Producer – Gvroom*
15 SAS Amber Groove
Written-By – Henry*, Pearce*, Hedger*, McCutcheon*
16 Millionaire Hippy* I Am The Music, Hear Me!
Written-By, Producer – Danny Rampling
17 Martha Wash Runaround
Remix – Todd TerryWritten-By – Robinson*, Terry*
18 280 West Chikki Boom
Written-By – H Torrales*, M Mendoza*
19 Alison Limerick Where Love Lives (Classic Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Dave Morales*, Frankie KnucklesWritten-By – Lati Kronlund
20 Red Light Featuring Tyler Watson And Then
Written-By – M Curaca*, R Quiney*, R Philius*
21 Jaydee Plastic Dreams
Written-By – Robin "Jaydee" Albers*

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The booklet and tracklisting as provided on the cover sleeve contains a lot of errors:

Track 2 is called "Musik Express" on the sleeve.
Track 4 is called "2 Fat Guitars" on the sleeve.
Track 6 is credited to "Fishtail" and called "Get A Witness". It however was released as "The Fish Tail E.P." by "Disco Revisited" via Serious Grooves. The track is just called "Witness" there.
Track 12 is just called "Acperience" on the sleeve.
Track 14 is credited to "Tribeca" in the sleeve notes (which was the US label releasing This Side Up).
Track 16 is just listed as "Millionaire Hippy - The Man Himself" (out October 93 on Deconstruction).
Track 20 is credited only to "Tyler Watson" and the track is called "Red Light". The track was released as "Red Light Featuring Tyler Watson" and is called "And Then".

Played between tracks 1 and 2 is Yo Yo Honey "Groove On (DJ Pierre Wild Pitch Mix)".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 020967 100327
  • Barcode (String): 5020967100327
  • Matrix / Runout: S JDJCD 3 01 MET 5 DISCTRONICS MET 5


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February 29, 2016
There's loads of Dj's loads of people don't like. I don't really see the point in wasting time, being negative and going on about it. Danny wasn't perfect but he still is in my top five ever Dj list despite what anyone says


July 17, 2009
This album was no "train wreck", as stated. It captures all the energy you'd expect from Danny Rampling back in 1993. Sure, the mixing ain't too great but for me, this is all about the party vibe. The feel to this album walks over many perfectly blended CD's hands down and is a pretty accurate reflection of what you'd hear in most UK house clubs in this era. A great CD in my opinion.


February 17, 2009
edited over 7 years ago

First time hearing this. I know its a bit late in the century but I thought i'd comment for the laugh. Danny is not typically known for his mixing skills and this really shows here. A simple shake of the wrist with the cross fader and were into the next track, sublime stuff indeed!!

In comparison to journeys with John Digweed their really was no competition, john was an amazing mixer and track selector from the very beginnings, although most including Oakey had to have at least 6 cheesy vocal house records at the start of their sets for some strange reason then move onto a more trancier sound towards the end. It seemed like everyone followed this routine of doing things.

Ok back to this train wreck of a mix. The songs on here make me feel ill. From the first 11 tracks the only one worth remembering is Eskimos & Egypt - uk-usa as they’ve done some fine music in their time. Then after the rest of the trash we get hardfloor - acperience 1, which sticks out like a sore thumb in the mix of things. And when I mean mix please listen to the transitions on here they’re hilarious!!

People say it wasn’t about the mixing back in the day (which I understand) and it was only about the music. well sorry Danny u got both wrong. You loose!!