N-Joi ‎– Live In Manchester

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PT 45252 N-Joi Live In Manchester(12") Deconstruction, RCA PT 45252 UK 1992 Sell This Version
PT 45252 DJ N-Joi Live In Manchester(12", Promo) Deconstruction PT 45252 DJ UK 1992 Sell This Version
PD 45252 NJoi* Live In Manchester(CD, Single) Deconstruction PD 45252 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
PD 45252 NJoi* Live In Manchester(CD, Single) Deconstruction, RCA PD 45252 UK 1992 Sell This Version
PK 45252 NJoi* Live In Manchester(Cass, Single) Deconstruction PK 45252 UK 1992 Sell This Version

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lever

lever

December 16, 2015
referencing Live In Manchester, 12", PT 45252
About 15 years ago I interviewed Mark Ruff Ryder who told me Joey Negro was in N-Joi unofficially. I didn't really believe him but listening to the first track on Side B thats 100 percent Dave Lee.
obionekenjobi

obionekenjobi

May 23, 2014
referencing Live In Manchester, CD, Single, PD 45252
What a great CD, I was lucky enough to get a copy of this for a pound from Oxfam in Manchester(what a bargain). The only problem is the quality is very low but it's still mindblowin', I actualy went to this gig when they was the support for Sasha at tha Manchester Academy. What a night that was.
TEEC4C

TEEC4C

September 1, 2010
referencing Live In Manchester, 12", PT 45252

This 12 / LP /EP was recorded/mixed in a studio . All the background crowd effects were samples . .
andyman5

andyman5

August 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Live In Manchester, CD, Single, PD 45252

Nice little "live" disc by N-Joi that really captures the energy of the scene and their trax at the time. This is more of an N-Joi's early greatest hits package wrapped up with some excellent and at times funny toasting "You're rockin' with the N-Joi, Come'On! exalts a thickly accented MC over a breakdown. "Live techno in the area" (as this claims to be) with the feeling of some outdoor event in a field someplace up the M25. The beats are kicking and the synth lines punchy hard key and hooverish and even if you don't particularly dig the tunes (Multifunction and Mindflux are in there) you have to give it up for N-Joi for (in a few short moments)recreating the "feeling".