Doc Scott ‎– Mixmag Live! Volume 22 - Breakbeat Experiments

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DMC Publishing Ltd. ‎– MMLCD022, DMC Publishing Ltd. ‎– MMLCD 022
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Mixmag Live! – 22
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1 Jonny L Tychonic Cycle
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Jonny L
5:01
2 DJ Krust* The Last Day
Written-By, Producer – DJ Krust*
4:58
3 Art Of Noise* Eye Of A Needle (Lemon D Remix)
Remix – Lemon DWritten-By – Dudley*, Langan*, Jeczalik*
5:37
4 Deep Blue & Blame Re-Transitions
Written-By, Producer – C. Shafie*, S. O'Keeffe*
4:28
5 Decoder Life
Producer – Darren Beale, Mark CaroWritten-By – D. Beale*
6:02
6 Cybotron Featuring Dillinja Threshold
Written-By – Dillinja
5:03
7 Adam F Metropolis
Written-By, Producer – Adam F
3:56
8 Nasty Habits Shadow Boxing
Written-By, Producer – Doc Scott
4:49
9 DJ Krust* Brief Encounter (12 Minutes)
Written-By, Producer – DJ Krust*
10:49
10 Omni Trio Trippin' On Broken Beats (Carlito Mix)
Remix – CarlitoWritten-By, Producer – R. Haigh*
5:07
11 Decoder Circuit Breaker
Producer – Darren Beale, Mark CaroWritten-By – D. Beale*
5:44
12 Hokusai Red Lights
Written-By, Producer – Source Direct
5:00
13 Jonny L Symbiosis
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Jonny L
6:17

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'The Last Day' & 'Brief Encounter (12 Minutes)' written and produced at Studio Drum, Bristol. Taken from 'Genetic Manipulation' EP.

'Eye Of A Needle' (Lemon D Remix) taken from the Art Of Noise 'Drum & Bass Collection'

'Life' & 'Circuit Breaker' produced at Technical Itch Studios, Bristol

'Metropolis' mixed at Bible Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029418020221
  • Barcode (Text): 5 029418 020221
  • Matrix / Runout: MMLCD022 ■ MADE IN THE U.K. BY CD-SYSTEMS ■ 06157

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Medder

September 3, 2014
No reviews for this mix? Really? If there's a mid-90s D&B mix which has stood the test of time, it's this one. Great selection and mix from Scotty, warming things up nicely with rollers from Krust and Dillinja before all hell breaks loose with Metropolis and Shadow Boxing. But rather than try and out-dark that duo, he pulls back into the rollers (more Krust, plus a great track from Hokusai/Source Direct) before ending on a melodic deep note with one of Jonny L's best. Beautifully balanced mix from the golden era of D&B.