Justin Robertson ‎– Imprint

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Distinct'ive Records ‎– DISNCD68
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1 Oneiro Shhh! (Spoken Intro)
2 B. McCarthy The Phantom (Beats At Intro)
3 Oneiro Shhh!
4 Boyd Jarvis Atmos Fear (François K Mix)
Remix – François K*
5 Silicone Soul Chic-O-Laa (H-Foundation Mix)
Remix – H-Foundation
6 Nigel Richards Wasteline
7 Gaetano Parisio Chapter 1 (B Side)
8 Phil Kieran The Bomb
9 Haris* Right Information
10 Oxia Check The M...
11 Jamie Anderson Can't Stop
12 Soulmate Move
13 Umek Cartex
14 Midfield General Coatnoise (Dave Clarke Remix)
Remix – Dave Clarke
15 Gaetano Parisio Chapter1 (B Side)
16 Jamie Anderson Cut 'n' Paste
17 Gary Martin Cosa Caugat (Original Mix)
18 Adam Beyer Drumcode 20.5
19 Player Player One-Player Three
20 Devilfish Manalive
21 Jamie Anderson Vicious Circles
22 Umek Recycled Loops
23 Umek Dotax
24 Phil Kieran Aftermath

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Produced and mixed by Justin Robertson.
Engineered by John Vick at Finiflex Studios, Edinburgh.
CD: Mastered by Mike Marsh at the Exchange, London.

℗ 2001 Distinct'ive. © 2001 Distinct'ive.
Made in the UK.

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  • Barcode: 5 029345 008026

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Justin Robertson Imprint(CDr, Mixed, Promo) Distinct'ive Records none UK 2001 Sell This Version
DISNLP 68 Various Imprint(3xLP, Comp) Distinct'ive Records DISNLP 68 UK 2001 Sell This Version

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VitusGroove

VitusGroove

January 31, 2008

Justin Robertson, however a true player to the scene, is hardly the most notable of Techno/House DJs.
All the same, I would like to commend him on this CD, I think one of the finest collaborations of tech-house.
Selected and connected in beautiful fusion, for me Imprint is up there in my top 3 favourite mix CDs of all time.
The blend Justin gives to his tracks allows the listener to be uplifted again and again right through to the end.
Umek's 'Dotax' and 'Cosa Caught' by Gary Martin are moments on the CD, you'd gladly pay money to teleport straight to the terraces in Ibiza!! sheer heaven....
JR never loiters around with tracks and even manages some Drumcode 20.5 giving as a small slice of deep bass swechno!
Thanks again for this CD mate, it forever reminds me of the good times.

Ck