John '00' Fleming ‎– Whitelabel Republic

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Tracklist

Cell X-Press Morning 8:39
Incolumis One With Sanctuary 4:34
SBK Nightfly 3:47
RPO* & Thomas Penton Perfect Storm 2:14
Alex Stealthy The Way It Shouldn't Be 6:21
Super8 vs. DJ Tab* First Aid (Perry O'Neil Remix) 6:54
Björn Small In A State Of... 6:54
Oliver Prime Radiance 6:39
Chakra (2) Opacity 5:57
Lish On The Edge 6:48
Violet Vision Cellophane (Sub6 & Domestic Remix) 7:33
Delirious Innerface 7:15
Sub6 7th Son (Ticon Remix) 5:45
12 Moons Analogue Haste 6:57
O.O.O.D. Free Range 5:23
Tikal Welcome 6:42
Whirloop Blue Objects 7:09
The Digital Blonde Requia 8:20
Wizzy Noise 10 O'Clock 9:22
MFG Shining Faces 6:51
Astrix Closer To Heaven 5:17
Protoculture Magnetik 6:16
Electric Universe Supreme Space 5:09
Indica (2) Visions Of Tomorrow 5:28
Astrix And John '00' Fleming 3rd Time Lucky 6:58

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HMCR005CD John '00' Fleming Whitelabel Republic(2xCD, Mixed, Comp) Hit Mania HMCR005CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
HIB-10372 John '00' Fleming White Label Republic(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Hi-Bias Records HIB-10372 Canada 2005 Sell This Version
ADDCD110, HMCR005CD John '00' Fleming Whitelabel Republic(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Addiction Records, Hit Mania ADDCD110, HMCR005CD UK 2005 Sell This Version

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Philby

Philby

August 14, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Whitelabel Republic, 2xCD, Mixed, Comp, HMCR005CD

Third 'white label' mix from Fleming, but this one is on a different label and moves away from the idea behind the last two which was to try and put unreleased exclusive tunes in the mix. This means that more of the tunes would be already out and heard for a while but I don't think it is really a bad thing. For me the first CD is definitely the better, especially early on with deep pounding tracks like 'Radiance' and 'Perfect Storm'. I think it would have been better off without 'Cellophane' and maybe even '7th Son' but I guess that's what he was playing and they still fit in with the mix. On the second disc there is some more exclusive material with great tracks by Whirloop and The Digital Blonde that were only released recently this year. Other stand out tunes are 'Supreme Space' and the closer '3rd Time Lucky'. Overall I prefer the deeper edge of cd1 to cd2, but definitely a worthwhile release if you are into trance, from progressive to psy.