Oakenfold* ‎– Perfecto Fluoro

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Perfecto ‎– 0630 16694-2, Perfecto ‎– 0630-16694-2
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2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1.01 H.H.C. We're Not Alone 6:08
1.02 Ryuichi Sakamoto Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence 0:58
1.03 Y Traxx Mystery Land 4:37
1.04 Red Sun This Love 5:52
1.05 Ryuichi Sakamoto Little Buddha 1:32
1.06 Man With No Name Teleport 6:08
1.07 Terrorvision Conspiracy 4:43
1.08 Man With No Name Sugar Rush 4:34
1.09 Eric Serra Cute Name 2:07
1.10 State Of Emergency Banks Of Babylon 0:47
1.11 Juno Reactor Jungle High 4:57
1.12 Ennio Morricone Miserere 0:56
1.13 Virus Moon 8:08
1.14 Grace If I Could Fly 6:36
1.15 Our House Floor Space 6:52
2.01 Zbigniew Preisner Craven Leaves 1:44
2.02 Johann (9) New Kicks 6:22
2.03 Samuel Barber Adagio For Strings 0:47
2.04 Astral Projection Kabalah
Featuring – DJ Jörg
9:12
2.05 Wojciech Kilar Love Remembered 4:08
2.06 Transa Prophase 5:57
2.07 X-Section* Atlantis 8:10
2.08 Björk & David Arnold Play Dead 4:04
2.09 Ozaka Oz Real Nightmare 8:13
2.10 Legend B Lost In Love 6:27
2.11 Jamie Myerson Revisions 7:14

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Notes

Double jewel case version.
Also released in Cardboard sleeve version.

Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 0630-16694-2 6
  • Label Code: LC 1557
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 063016694-2/1 WME
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L012
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 063016694-2/2.2 WME
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L011

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0630-16694-2 Oakenfold* Perfecto Fluoro(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Car) Perfecto 0630-16694-2 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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djrobv

djrobv

July 11, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Good tracks on here and gives me the feeling of the 90's trance era. But obviously no one ever comments on what a bad DJ Oakenfold really is in real life. Not sure if this was created before Pro Tools became available (what's a good british DJ without his Pro Tools ? he he) Lots of good tracks on here in one package along with alot of ambient interludes mixed in to make it work (along with less beat matching) not complaining though. I seen him live in Miami a few times when I lived there and I swear it was all on DAT tape with him posing and dancing around like a clown for the crowd. Does anyone else feel this way ? I am sure you will let me know. Props to his engineers always (Steve Osbourne and Andy Gray) who I am guessing do most of the work in the studio. Praise to the figurehead or puppet master as you may like better for having a good label, having a good ear and putting out (or should I say liscencing) good tracks every once in a while. (PS I know I used the word tracks too much in this review.)
neurodynamo

neurodynamo

March 22, 2008

A deluxe taste of Paul Oakenfold's mid nineties musical trance style coupled with a few tunes from his own label Perfecto Fluoro.

It's a shame his music essence and style has now changed as I still think this is probably some of his best tune selection over 10 years on.

Impressive, profound progressive trance with a hint of emotional film soundtrack ending with a drums and bass edge combine to create a fantastic ecstatic journey.

Conjuring up the past is not such a bad trip after all.

Lovely jubbly !