Richie Hawtin ‎– Mixmag Live! Volume 20

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DMC Publishing Ltd. ‎– MMLCD20
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Mixmag Live! – 20
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1.1 Lausen Dry Ray
Written-By – Lausen
1.2 G-Man Quo Vadis
Written-By – G-Man
1.3 Octave One Empower
Written-By – Burden*, Burden*, Burden*
1.4 Mark Broom Jump
Written-By – Mark Broom
1.5 Teste The Wipe
Written-By – Cru (8), Huren
1.6 Fred Fresh* 5 Mouths
Written-By – Fred Fresh*
1.7 Goio Basic Needs
Written-By – Goio
1.8 FUSE* Substance Abuse
Written-By – Richie Hawtin
1.9 Plastikman Spaz
Written-By – Richie Hawtin
1.10 Plastikman Helikopter
Written-By – Richie Hawtin
1.11 Dwarf Percussion Electrique
Written-By – Maurits Paardekooper
1.12 Plastikman Spastik
Written-By – Richie Hawtin
1.13 Akilah Bryant Eye Trip
Written-By – A. Bryant*
1.14 X-Trak* Toddsines
Written-By – Toddsines*
1.15 Naughty & Tolis Electricity
Written-By – Naughty / Tolis*
1.16 Tobias Schmidt Dollar
Written-By – Toby Smith*
1.17 DBX Live Wire
1.18 Too Funk Venus Fly Trap
Written-By – J. Underwood*, M. Wyatt*
1.19 Synchrojack Cash Machines
Written-By – D. Slydell*, G. Wheeler*
1.20 Paul Hannah Key Follow
Written-By – Paul Hannah
1.21 Sensorama Harz
Written-By – Joern Elling Wuttke*, Roman Fluegel*
1.22 Ramon IV* Altes Testament
Written-By – Roman Fluegel*

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Credits

  • DJ Mix [Mixing], Edited By [Digital Restructuring], Producer [Additional Production], EffectsRichie Hawtin
  • Liner Notes [Words]Mandi James
  • Photography By [Pictures]Daniel Newman

Notes

Recorded live at the Building, Windsor, Canada.

This compilation copyright DMC Publishing Ltd.
© 1995 DMC Publishing Ltd.

Includes 8-panel fold-out insert.

Liner notes: "This article appeared in Mixmag in November 1994".

On rear: "Mixmag Live! is a quality series with the world's finest DJs and the world's best mixing. It is therefore impossible to identify separate tracks. This is a continuous piece of music." As such there is only one track on the CD which runs at 56:06.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 029418 030206
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029418030206
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MMLCD020 .
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MASTERED BY MAYKING

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EDJ303

EDJ303

September 22, 2003
Though recorded in the studio rather than at an actual live performance, Mixmag Live! comes close to being the equivalent of a shortened version of Hawtin's all-night performances. Consisting of 22 tracks — including a few signature tracks — Mixmag Live! clocks in at nearly an hour, as Hawtin gives each track only a short moment before adding the next, often overlapping multiple tracks. At times the results are mind-blowing, as only the most knowledgeable listener can distinguish one from another, when multiple tracks are layered, or when the next track enters. The abundance of thumping bass beats and body-moving rhythm will surely please listeners who view techno as a means to dancing, but it may be a little too sensory-overloading for listeners accustomed to the calming sounds of other Plastikman albums, such as Consumed or Musik. The highlight of the album comes about a third of the way through, when Hawtin drops a montage of percussive symmetry with the trilogy of 909-driven tracks from the early '90s, "Spastik," "Spaz," and "Helikopter."