Pete Tong / Fatboy Slim / Paul Oakenfold ‎– Essential Millennium

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FFRR ‎– 8573 80629 2
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Pete Tong 75:44
1-1 Brother Brown Featuring Frank'ee Under The Water (Brother Brown Original Mix) 4:40
1-2 Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie Tears (Full Intention Mix)
Remix – Full Intention
4:42
1-3 Basement Jaxx Rendez-Vu (Radio Edit) 4:35
1-4 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You (12" Club Mix) 5:17
1-5 Pete Heller's Big Love* Big Love (The Dronez Mix)
Remix – The Dronez
7:17
1-6 Lenny Fontana & DJ Shorty Featuring Loleatta Holloway Chocolate Sensation (Force Mix)
Vocals – Loleatta Holloway
3:43
1-7 Michael Moog That Sound (Full Intention Remix)
Remix – Full Intention
5:51
1-8 Armand Van Helden Featuring Duane Harden U Don't Know Me
Vocals – Duane Harden
4:13
1-9 Phatts & Small* Turn Around (Original 12" Mix / Norman Cook Remix)
Remix – Norman Cook
4:34
1-10 Bob Marley Vs. Funkster De Luxe* Sun Is Shining (Rainbow Mix) 4:00
1-11 Paul Johnson Get Get Down (Original Extended Mix) 3:57
1-12 Moloko Sing It Back (Mousse T.'s Feel Love Mix)
Remix – Mousse T.
4:11
1-13 Roger Sanchez Featuring Cooly's Hot Box I Never Knew (Futureshock Vox)
Featuring – Cooly's Hot BoxRemix – Futureshock
4:55
1-14 Session #9 Welcome To The Magic Sessions (Choo-Choo's Deep In Jersey Remix Part #2)
Mixed By – Harry "Choo Choo" Romero
4:24
1-15 Danny Tenaglia + Celeda Music Is The Answer (Dancin' & Prancin') (Heller & Farley Mix)
Remix – Gary Wilkinson, Heller & FarleyVocals – Celeda
3:45
1-16 Rhythm Masters Present Disco Dubbers Ibiza In My Soul (Todd Terry Basement Mix)
Remix – Todd Terry
3:41
1-17 Junior Cartier Women Beat Their Men 1:59
Fatboy Slim 76:03
2-1 Walter Wanderley Summer Samba 1:03
2-2.1 Armand Van Helden Necessary Evil 3:56
2-2.2 Alan Braxe Vertigo (Virgo Edit)
2-3 Hardy Hard Funky Music 2:57
2-4 Major Force Return Of The Original Art Form (Hiroshi & KUDO Featuring DJ Milo)
Featuring – Hiroshi Fujiwara, KUDO, DJ Milo*
3:01
2-5 Ceasefire V Deadly Avenger Evel Knievel 6:27
2-6 Art Of Noise* Metaforce - The Beat Of A Metaphor: Mix (Remix By Rhythm Masters)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Rhythm Masters
5:11
2-7 Size 9 I'm Ready (Remix) 7:17
2-8 Fatboy Slim Everybody Loves A Carnival 4:20
2-9 Fatboy Slim Jack It Up (DJ Delite) 1:39
2-10 The Chemical Brothers The Private Psychedelic Reel 6:36
2-11 Soul Of A Man* Between The Eyes 2:56
2-12 DJ Stew Featuring The Bhudda Monks* Funky Fresh
Featuring – Buddha Monks
5:33
2-13 Mr. Spring Blaxxtraxx 3 (Funky Nassau) (Original Mix) 5:19
2-14 Mr. X & Mr. Y 1956 3:32
2-15 Scanty Sandwich* Because Of You 5:14
2-16 Underworld Born Slippy.NUXX 1:50
2-17 Underworld Born Slippy.NUXX 4:08
2-18 Groove Armada At The River (Radio Edit) 5:04
Paul Oakenfold 75:36
3-1 Andy Gray, Paul Oakenfold & Steve Osborne Bunker 7:35
3-2 Velvet Girl Velvet 3:46
3-3 Lost Tribe Gamemaster (Signum Mix)
Remix – Signum
5:11
3-4 AMbassador Fade (Fade Mix) 3:04
3-5 Moogwai Moogwai 4:21
3-6 Ecano Run (Z2 Mix)
Remix – Z2
5:46
3-7 Lovechild Gloria (Olmec Heads)
Remix – Olmec Heads*
4:16
3-8 Skip Raiders Featuring Jada (7) Another Day (Perfecto Remix Edit)
Remix – PerfectoVocals – Jada (7)
4:16
3-9 N-Fluence Sweet Substance 4:56
3-10 Planet Perfecto Bullet In The Gun (Saturday Mix) 5:39
3-11 Atlantis* See You In The Next Life (Original Mix) 5:03
3-12 Olive You're Not Alone (Oakenfold & Osbourne Remix)
Remix – Oakenfold & Osbourne*
7:27
3-13 Krystal Burning Flame (Main Mix) 5:57
3-14 Underworld Jumbo (Rob Rives & François K Main Dish)
Remix – Rob Rives & François K*
4:07
3-15 The Source (8) Fly Away 4:11

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Notes

Incorrect info on release (corrected above):
1-7 version listed as (Extended Michael Moog Mix) (Edit).
1-12 version listed as (Moose T Mix).
1-14 version listed as (Tedd's Big Room Mix).
2-1 artist listed as Lalo Schifrin.
2-6 & 2-7 versions are not specified.
2-16/2-17 track listed as Born Slippy.
3-2 track listed as Summertime.
3-10, 3-12 & 3-14 versions are not specified.
Disc 2: Necessary Evil and Vertigo are listed as tracks 2 and 3 although they both comprise track 2 which pushes the track listing up a position for each track until Born Slippy.NUXX which takes up 2 tracks.

This compilation ℗ 1999 FFRR. © 1999 London Records 90 Ltd.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by the repertoire owners and is licensed to London Records 90 Ltd.
Made in UK by PMDC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed Text): 6 85738 06292 8
  • Label Code: LC7654
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 8573806292/1 01 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 8573806292/2 01 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): 8573806292/3 01 6
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L136
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L136
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 0448
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 0490
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI 0445
  • Rights Society (Europe): GEMA/BIEM
  • Rights Society (UK): GEMA/MCPS

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RoryHoy

RoryHoy

March 13, 2017

Amazing classic Mix CD Trilogy from the late 1990's featuring 3 of the biggest DJ"s ever - Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim and Paul Oakenfold. Highlights for me are: When Pete Tong plays Chocolate Sensation featuring the INCREDIBLE vocals of the late, great Loleatta Holloway and Fatboy Slim's really creative transition from Underworld's thumping Born Slippy NUXX to Groove Armada's "At the river" which still gives me goosebumps 18 years later and despite not really being a Trance fan - Paul Oakenfold's mix is really good as well.
Apeman

Apeman

August 22, 2009
This little DJ Mix compilation was released in 1999 - The year I first got into dance music. This is a really varied selection of tracks by three very different DJ's.

Mix 1 - Pete Tong

Tongy's mix is a very straightforward House/Pop mix. Listening to this mix brings back a lot of memories for me as I remember a lot of the tracks he played when they first came out ie Turn Around, Music Sounds Better With You, You Don't Know Me, Rendez-Vu etc. The highlight of his mix is the Mousse T mix of Moloko's Sing It Back, which mashes the track with Donna Summer's "I Feel Love".

Mix 2 - Fatboy Slim

The best mix by miles. Begins with Summer Samba going into Armand Van Helden, then ends with Underworld going into Groove Armada. A really incredible mix which explores House, Breaks, Big Beat, Downtempo, Turntablism, and even Elevator Jazz!!! The main reason to cop this one out. The mixing is just amazing, and feels like an unofficial sequel to Fatboy's On The Floor At The Boutique CD released one year earlier.

Mix 3 - Paul Oakenfold

I am a n00b to Oakenfold, but to what I've heard it's pretty good. I am not really a fan of Trance, but this is actually really listenable, and is a lot better than those crappy vocal trance stuff that is out there. Despite trance not being my thing, I actually quite like this.

I hope this review has been good, and make sure to check this out.
dj_clinton_k

dj_clinton_k

May 3, 2008

It's hard to find anything impressive about this compilation since all the tracks were 2 minutes long or that good. There's really NO doubt that this CD came out during the "I'm a DJ too" era and this CD is more of a "sampler" promo. Each one is a different genre but each one just as bland and crammed/forced to fit on the CD. If there was a track that was good on it, then
they played 30 seconds of it or used the shit version. So why bother? That's exactly what you will be thinking about the label FFRR by the time you have heard all 3 discs. They didn't even get the credits right. One BIG clump of shit (in a 3X pack).
ireallysaidthat

ireallysaidthat

September 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This was the first electronic cd I ever bought, it was about 6$ at the time. There are a lot of good tracks on these discs. This is the only cd I have found that contains "The Source - Fly Away", though there are a number of live mixes by Oakenfold - well worth the money, in any event.