Paul Oakenfold ‎– Global Underground: Live In Oslo

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1-01 Artemis Elysian Fields
Producer, Written-By – Oliver Lomax
8:33
1-02 Omni Trio Trippin' On Broken Beats (Carlito Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Robert HaighRemix – Carlito
5:20
1-03 JMJ & Richie Beyond Therapy
Producer, Written-By – Andrew Riches, Jay Hurren
3:52
1-04 Alaska (2) Alaska
Producer, Written-By – Dev Mixrace
3:27
1-05 Jamie Myerson Music For The Lonely
Producer, Written-By – Jamie Myerson
4:51
1-06 Olive You're Not Alone (Perfecto Mix)
Producer [Additional] – Paul Oakenfold, Steve OsborneProducer, Written-By – Robin Taylor-Firth, Tim KellettRemix – Perfecto
2:52
1-07 LTJ Bukem Music
Producer, Written-By – Danny Williamson*
5:35
1-08 Bedrock Set In Stone
Producer, Written-By – John Digweed, Nick Muir
10:34
1-09 Lil Mo' Yin Yang Reach (Basement Jaxx Firecracker Mix)
Engineer – Steven John McLoughlinProducer, Written-By – Erick "More" Morillo*, "Little" Louie Vega*Remix – Basement Jaxx
5:30
1-10 K-Lab (6) In The Lab
Producer, Written-By – F. Cleopatra
5:44
1-11 Discodroids Interspace (Original Tremelo Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Ferry Corsten, Peter Nijborn
6:42
1-12 Chapel Of Rest Last Prayer
Producer, Written-By – Arron Curtis, Fionn Lucas
7:28
2-01 Bedrock Forbidden Zone
Producer, Written-By – John Digweed, Nick Muir
8:32
2-02 Cruzeman Ohm Sessions
Producer, Written-By – Cruzeman
8:38
2-03 Atlantic Ocean Cycles Of Life
Producer, Written-By – Lex van Coeverden, Rene Van Der Weyde
3:52
2-04 Taucher Waters
Producer, Written-By – Ralph Armand Beck, Torsten Stenzel
5:33
2-05 Shades Of Blue So Much
Producer, Written-By – Edward Barton
9:05
2-06 The Freak & Mac Zimms Submission
Producer, Written-By – Mac Zimms
4:59
2-07 Astral Projection Ionized
Producer, Written-By – Lior Perlmutter
6:37
2-08 Pablo Gargano Trance In Saigon
Producer, Written-By – Pablo Gargano
6:24
2-09 Joking Sphinx Course Poursuite 5:04
2-10 Pablo Gargano Rhapsody In Venice
Producer, Written-By – Pablo Gargano
7:24

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Oslo.
59°N57'. 10°E42'

'Ionized' is listed as 'Ionised' as in many other releases.
Artist on 2-08 & 2-10 listed as Eve.

The mix was recorded live at Cosmopolite Club in Oslo, Norway as part of the official launch of the massive Quart Music Festival.

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  • Barcode: 5 033272 000220

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GU004CD Paul Oakenfold Global Underground: Live In Oslo(2xCD, Mixed, Comp) Boxed GU004CD France 1997 Sell This Version
GU004CD Paul Oakenfold Global Underground: Live In Oslo(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) Boxed (2) GU004CD Russia Unknown Sell This Version
GU004T Paul Oakenfold Global Underground: Live In Oslo(2xCass, Comp, Mixed) Boxed GU004T UK 1997 Sell This Version
GU004CD-R Paul Oakenfold Global Underground 004: Oslo(2xCD, Mixed, RE) Global Underground (3) GU004CD-R UK 2001 Sell This Version
GU004CD Paul Oakenfold Global Underground: Live In Oslo(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Boxed GU004CD US 1997 Sell This Version

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colintraveller

colintraveller

March 20, 2016
the version that of ltj bukem music can't be sourced anywhere .. Nothing like the original..
Barry_Xwood

Barry_Xwood

December 7, 2012
Great to see so many discussion on this album! :) I Really love this d'n'b start of the album! Disc 2 is a solid trance/goa mix. Overall the mix has, indeed, a very nice 'live-feel' to it! Warmly recommended!
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

December 31, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

A very underrated Global Underground release. It's a very unique mix of a variety of genres from drum n bass to goa. People have criticized this release for its mixing, but I give him credit for the job he has done with an assortment of tunes with different melodic qualities...some tracks with breakbeats, some without, fast goa trance and then slow progressive tracks. However, it is Paul Oakenfold, so don't expect this one to be quite as smooth as Digweed's mixes. CD1 is the highlight. CD2 is not quite up to snuff, with fairly run of the mill goa trance.
bedrocking

bedrocking

April 5, 2004

When Oakey and Global Underground used to be at the top of their fields, how times change eh?

The mixing might be a little off at times, but the tunes are first class. Loads better than this his other Global Underground effort in my opinion, and probably his last great cd release.

I know so many people that would give anything in the world to experience the old Oakenfold again.
phil6875

phil6875

January 15, 2004
One of the few GU series which wasn't mixed with the help of pro-tools(theothers are the Nick Warren ones). This is certainly one of the most unique GUs and will confound anyone who thinks they know what an Oakenfold mix will sound like. Check it out.
Chewitt

Chewitt

October 9, 2003
Paul08 if you have been an Oakie fan for so long, how come you don't remember that this album was compiled when Oakie was flirting with Drum'n'Bass? This was a fair representation of his sets at the time, when he would regularly play an hour or so of Jazzy & melodic drum'n'bass cuts, before moving into his Goa stuff. It may not be the Oakenfold of now, but at the time this is exactly the stuff he was playing live. A must for any true follower of Oakenfold throughout his changing styles, this album really brings back the memories!
EmeraldWU04

EmeraldWU04

February 28, 2003

Oakenfold manages to cover a lot of area on this mix though it seems like he hardly makes an effort to mix the tracks together for the most part. The first disc is the really gem here, it starts out with some great jazzy d'n'b that really helps set the mood before pulling out some of the huge trance tunes that he is most well know for like "In the Lab" and "Innerspace". The second disk unfortunately is not able to live up to to first disk. The second disk is virtually all goa and lacks the sense of "movement" that Oakenfold is brings to the first disk. Will probably sound a little dated, but has too many strong points to ignore completely. 3 out of 5.
blinkdeejay

blinkdeejay

January 28, 2003

This CD hits a whole lot of crowds. It has Drum N Bass for those who like that and it mixes into trance for those who enjoy trance such as Bedrock. CD two in my opinion is one of his best mixes. He hits hard when he mixes in Cruzeman - Ohm Sessions into Bedrock. Its a pretty old song but it kicks and you can't get tired of it. I recommend the CD because of the multiple genre it has to offer.
JimenezJ

JimenezJ

January 6, 2003

This is a really cool CD from Oakenfold. Not like his stuff today. First CD's made up Drum n Bass kinda Jungle stuff that turns into trance at the end (Bedrock- Set in Stone is really cool) thats unique in it's own form. Second CD is like his old Goa Trance stuff which have fast tempos and melody lines that always sound so dramatic (lots of acid). Worth listening to in my opinion.
Paulo8

Paulo8

August 16, 2002

I have been an Oakie fan for years and years. I bought this release about 2 years ago, I dont know what he was thinking it is just not the Oakenfold that we know and love. The first CD is unlistenable as far as I am concerned. It's like break-house/break-garage, awful. The 2nd CD is better, it's like hard-trance but really left-field, just not what you want from this DJ. Dont know what he was thinking, maybe bored with his usual, who knows? Avoid this one and but anything else by him.