Keoki ‎–

Moonshine Music ‎– MM 80128-2
CD, Mixed, Compilation

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1 DJ Rush Grind Me Baby 5:19
2 Soul Of Man Big Up The Noise 4:36
3 Ova Sublimation (DJ Who Remix)
Remix – DJ Who
4a Durango 95 5:55 6:42
4b Caspar Pound Liquid Groove
5 Deep Cover Breakthrough 5:21
6 The Light Expand The Room 6:01
7 Ravelab Send Me An Angel (Club Mix) 2:24
8 DJ Eclipse Entrancement 8:50
9 Spiritual Being Seven Crossroads Of The World 7:41
10 Dave Audé Push That Thing 3:15
11 Tony Faline Mind Over Matter 4:00
12 Seafield Walkaway 5:48
13 Liquid Sun The Beginning (A New Hope) (Club Mix) 8:42

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This compilation ℗ & © 2000 Moonshine Music.
Manufactured and distributed by Moonshine Music.
Made in the U.S.A.

Track 4b is credited in the notes as an "overlay" track.
Track 9 is credited as 'Eclipse - Entrancement'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 85688 01282 7


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September 16, 2015
First of all, I like this CD, it's a great CD, that is, if you skip the first track and stop before the last track. I am a big fan of Keoki, but this was one of the last mixes I bought since I never really got into electroclash and his later mixes were all that. I am not saying they are bad mixes (actually pretty good) but it just wasn't my thing. Anyway, this has some good trance and house tracks in it, especially the 5:55 w/ the Liquid Groove mixed in, which is what sticks out the most on this mix. Besides that, the first track is dull and doesn't really fit the mix, and the last track... well... I personally never understood the star wars trance track, it was so generic since there were a ton of similar tracks out there, so it didn't feel to fit. Besides that though, this mix is good.


March 4, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

This CD would be so much better if the first track wasn't on it. I say skip it and let the rest of the mix play. They do have some cool tunes, but there is no smooth flow as Keoki switches from trance to breaks too often. It's a decent listen... not groundbreaking or anything. I'm partial to The Light's "Expand the Room" so I grade it a little higher than it probably deserves.