Sasha And John Digweed* ‎– Communicate

INCredible ‎– INC14CD
2 × CD, Mixed

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1-01 Jaimy & Kenny D. Like A Bitch 8:24
1-02 Eric Clapton (I) Get Lost (Stereo Dub)
Remix – David Morales
1-03 Morel* True (The Faggot Is You) (16B Remix)
Remix – 16B
1-04 Trancesetters Roaches (Peace Division Remix)
Remix – Peace Division
1-05 Bedrock Voices (Slacker's Dumbstruck)
Remix – Slacker
1-06 Slacker Fusion 5:56
1-07 Saints & Sinners Pushin' Too Hard 5:56
1-08 Trisco Musak (Wonderland Avenue Remix)
Remix – Wonderland Avenue
1-09 Killahurtz West On 27th (A Tribe Called Khz Mix) 10:39
1-10 Breeder Tyrantanic (Slacker's Kingdom Come Mix)
Remix – Slacker
1-11 Luzon The Baguio Track (Digweed/Muir Bedrock Mix)
Remix – Bedrock
2-01 Mainline Narcotic 8:13
2-02 Killer Loop The Blue Hour 7:15
2-03 King Of Spin Lifestyles (Part 2) 4:43
2-04 Bedrock Voices (Freelance Icebreaker's Mix)
Remix – Freelance Icebreakers
2-05 The Orb Once More (Bedrock Dub Mix)
Remix – Bedrock
2-06 Jimmy Van M ECI-PS 7:16
2-07 Pob Waah! (Seismix) 6:03
2-08 Austin Leeds Force 51 7:16
2-09 Schiller Ruhe (Humate Remix)
Remix – Humate
2-10 Proper Filthy Naughty Put Your Earphones On 6:46
2-11 The Chemical Brothers Enjoyed 6:52

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This is a slightly different version of this release.

This version has the cat# INC14CD on the sticker, INC14CD on the spines but INC14CDX on the CDs.

It comes with a different 'finish' of slipcase, slightly different cat# on the inlays and a different sticker and barcode.

Otherwise exactly the same as the issue without the sticker with mention of the award of 'Best Compilation 2000' in the Ericsson / Muzic Awards (including the cat# on the sticker and CDs) which was held on Thursday the 19th October 2000.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099749791626
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099749 791626
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 92672 INC14CDX CD1 2:1:2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 92673 INC14CDX CD2 1:1:4
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7302

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497936 2 Sasha And John Digweed* Communicate(2xCD, Mixed) Dance Pool, Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Limited 497936 2 Australia 2000 Sell This Version
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INC14CD Sasha And John Digweed* Communicate(2xCD, Mixed) INCredible INC14CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
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March 3, 2016

Still rocking this album just as loud as I did 16 years ago. One thing about Sasha & Digweed mix albums, is that they sound as fresh now as they did then, and I can't say that about a lot of electronic music from that era.

The level of finesse with equalization and the near perfect track choices bring back the best moments of those crowded hot clubs and the timeless


July 7, 2015
Utterly outstanding.

Has a better progressive house mix ever been released? I'm doubtful. 15 years later, and it still provides goosebumps. :)


January 25, 2014
In my Top 5 "stranded-on-a-desert-island" mixes. 15 years later this is still as great as when I first heard it. Thankfully I've got both the CD and vinyl versions. I can honestly say that this is THE mix that got me started on collecting and mixing progressive house as a side-hobby to my first love DnB.


March 19, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

Timeless music: a decade-plus later it still sounds relevant. With beautiful tracks like "Barbarella" and "West on 27th" this mix CD has in many ways become the de facto progressive house compilation. One of the great all time classic releases in electronic music.


February 10, 2011
Hi all, can ANYONE please shed any light on this, there appers to be two versions of this has Sven Vath Barbarellla on the track listing and one has Morel, (True) The Faggot is you, is this because of some being the improt version (and for PC reasons?)and why were they changed? and which one is the rarer one?? i have tried and tried my best to get to the bottom of this one...thanks to anyone who can help. x


September 9, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Totally disagree with mr. ravecore down there. Fantastic Mix Here. Last half of Slacker's "Fusion" drops right into Saints & Sinners "Pushing To Hard" which then drops a juicy tab of netherlands quality XTC right on my brain with Trisco's "Muzak" until I roll my nutz out to the end of the album. Deep, sexi house only S&D could bring to the brain. Beautiful build to a transatlantic funky space journey. 4.8 Stars. Love this album. HIGHLY recommended buy.


April 2, 2003

Well I have to say that upon first listening to this album I was very dissapointed. And to some extent, I still am (though I can appreciate it for what it is). Two world class DJ's releasing a double mix cd? Sounds great Especially considering that these are the two Dj's responsible for the excellent (and near perfect) Northern Exposure Series.

Basically if you are expecting some excellent music such as was displayed in the NE Series, you won't find it here.

CD 1 starts out nice, deep and trance-y and then keeps getting deeper, stripped of almost all melody the music chugs along until Slacker's remix of Bedrock's "Voices" arrives. Things start to pick up - this track has a pretty cool baseline and I like it better than the original version of "Voices". Slacker's "Fusion" takes the mix in the right direction again, losing the repetitive progressive vibe and going towards (but not quite there) more melodic music. The next few tracks are fairly average but then Breeder (as usual) has an excellent track: a Slacker remix of their ambient-ish "Tyrantanic".

The CD comes to a close with a Bedrock remix of Luzon's "The Baguio Track" which could have been such a good way to close this cd but sadly, isn't.

CD 2 has a more constant vibe to it, rather than the ups and downs of CD 1 it starts out minimal and stays that way up until the end. This is probably my favourite of the two, it sounds very trippy at times and has a few good tracks but nothing that stands out.

Overall a dissapointing effort from 2 excellent Dj's. I think Sasha worked on the first disc whilst Digweed worked on the second but am not sure about that (it sounds that way anyhow).


June 26, 2002

Such a fantastic mix. Starts off real deep on CD1, building up to "Fusion" by Slacker which is almost too good. It then goes off and does all sorts of funky crazy stuff (Trisco's "Muzak" sums this up well). It gets impossibly uplifting by the time "Tyrantanic" drops, and then Luzon calm things down a bit.

CD2 starts off twisted but melodic, and generally carries on like it. Utterly mesmeric. I find it hard to beleive that people don't like Sasha and Diggers when they do stuff like this. This will still sounds like the future in about 5 years.