Darren Emerson & Dave Angel ‎– Mixmag Classics

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DMC Publishing Ltd. ‎– MML CD13
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Side A - Darren Emerson
1 Art Of Trance Cambodia
Written-By – Simon Berry
4:20
2 DJ Skull Stomping Grounds
Written-By – Ron Maney
3:15
3 Ron Trent Altered States
Written-By – Ron Trent
3:07
4 Damon Wild Nuclear Sun
Written-By – Damon Wild
4:48
5 Mike Dred Gorf I
Written-By – Mike Dred, Space Avenger
3:07
6 The Dust Brothers (2) Her Jazz
Written-By – Ed Simons, Tom Rowlands
5:44
7 Quadrant Infinition
Written-By – Ernestus*, Von Oswald*
4:14
8 Kenny Larkin My Travels
Written-By – Kenny Larkin
2:36
Side B - Dave Angel
9 Aphrohead In The Dark We Live
Written-By – Felix Da Housecat
3:26
10 Robert Armani Next Start
Written-By – Robert Armani
1:37
11 Aphex Twin Flaphead
Written-By – Aphex Twin
3:19
12 V-Room Audiology
Written-By – Gijs Vroom
2:36
13 DJ T-1000 The Menacer
Written-By – Alan Oldham
2:16
14 Nighttripper* Tone Exploitation
Written-By – Orlando Vroorn*
4:24
15 Kosmic Messenger Sights & Spirits
Written-By – Stacey Pullen
2:59
16 The Rising Sons Afghan Acid
Written-By – Damon Wild & Tim Taylor
4:54
17 Point Zero Point Zero
Written-By – M Cheney*, M Shershell*
2:46
18 Dave Angel Koobaburra
Written-By – Dave Angel
2:43

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Notes

Track 4 is incorrectly listed as Nuclear Sun - Nightvision. The track is called Nuclear Sun and appears on the "Nightvision" 12" on EXperimental.
Track 5 is incorrectly listed as Gorf 1 - Diatomic. "Gorf One" is actually the name of the EP on the Diatomic record label.
Track 12 is misspelled on the cover as being "Andiology".
Track 14 is spelled on the cover (and here) as being Koobaburra. It probably should be Kookaburra which is the name under which the song was released by Dave Angel.

The release date for this edition is somewhat unclear. The CD and the booklet claim the production to be from 1992, but most tracks were only released in 1994. The insert lists 18 cassette releases in the "Mixmag live! series" and only 5 other "Mixmag Classics Series" on CD (CD3, CD4, CD8, CD9 and CD16). Presumably this is from 1995.

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