Luke Solomon & Derrick L. Carter* ‎– Thanks For Coming By...

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Classic ‎– CMCCD103
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2 × CD, Mixed
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Luke Solomon Presents "Spun Out"
1-01 Home & Garden Sexuality
1-02 Gemini We Are The Future
1-03 The Digital Kid Data
1-04 Nail* (I Don't Wanna) Hurt You
1-05 Lil' Mark At That Place
1-06 Rob Mello No Ears Dub Number 2
1-07 Woolph Shin Kan Sen
1-08 Atlantic Fusion Sanctuary
1-09 Gemini In My Head (Freaks Move That Way Dub)
Remix – Freaks
1-10 Iz & Diz Biolatinoids
1-11 Chris Nazuka Joy, Awe, Anguish, Love And Triumph
1-12 The Magi Luke's Surprise
1-13 Home & Garden Get U Down
1-14 Stefan Goldmann That Ghost
1-15 Rob Mello Refusion
1-16 The Digital Kid Bleeps And Noises
Derrick Carter Presents "If It Moves, Kiss It"
2-01 Herbert* Got To Be Movin'
2-02 Underground Culture Tourist* Jackin' The Jazz
2-03 DJ Bang DJ Bang Make You Jiu-Jitsu
2-04 Louis Botella Chinese Pleasures
2-05 Rob Mello Bump Me All Night
2-06 Markus Nikolai Bushes (The Second Remix Version 2.1)
Remix [Re-made] – Derrick L. Carter*
2-07 Derrick L. Carter* Dreaming Again
2-08 Iz & Diz Mouth
2-09 Louis Botella Clause 1
2-10 DJ Sneak U Betta Know
2-11 Induceve Jazz Chops (No Hang-ups)
2-12 Derrick L. Carter* 10
2-13 Greens Keepers Low & Sweet
2-14 Isolée Beau Mot Plage (Freeform Reform Parts I & II)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Anu Pillai

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Title appears on the release as:
The Classic Music Company presents
Thanks for coming by...
Mixed by Luke Solomon & Derrick L. Carter

1-01 to 1-16: Mixed at the Barnet Odeon with love
2-01 to 2-14: The mix also contains Derrick Carter - A Hope (Over U) Freaks Blu Meany Remix and Derrick L. Carter - One More Time To Enjoy It
Mixed as such by Derrick Carter @ BHQ for Child of Boompty / T.D.D. & The Classic Music Company

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  • Barcode: 800910021030

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Jeffroye1

Jeffroye1

August 31, 2017

I like these mixes. The Derrick Carter one is my favorite of the two as it has more funky house. The DC mix shares a few similar tracks to the "Gene Farris - Booked" DJ mix that was out around the same time, which I love just as much. The Luke Solomon mix was a tad headier and included some broken beat elements along with some zany house. I've never seen Luke Solomon play but Derrick Carter live is a total beast of a DJ. This mix is a good sampling of that. Recommended.