Slam ‎– 10 Years Of Pressure

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Mixmag ‎– MIXMAG 12/08
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1 Dubfire Ribcage
Producer – Ali ShiraziniaWritten-By – Dubfire
6:57
2 Slam Feat. Tyrone Palmer This World (Wighnomy Bros & Robag Wruhme Bukkelfipps Remix)
Keyboards [Additional], Drums – Andy GillespiePerformer, Programmed By, Producer – SlamRemix – Wighnomy Brothers & Robag WruhmeVocals – Tyrone PalmerWritten-By – A. Gillespie*, D. Clarke*, O. Meikle*, S. McMillan*
6:33
3 Marco Carola Dancing Days
Written-By – Marco Carola
2:34
4 Audion Mouth To Mouth
Written-By, Producer – Matthew Dear
7:05
5 Marc Houle Bay Of Figs
Written-By – Marc Houle
3:56
6 Green Velvet Destination Unknown
Written-By, Producer – Green Velvet
2:54
7 Radio Slave Feat. Danton Eeprom Grindhouse (Dubfire Terror Planet Remix)
Engineer, Mixed By – Matt NordstromLyrics By, Vocals, Producer [Additional] – Danton EepromRemix, Producer [Additional] – DubfireWritten-By, Producer – Matt Edwards
4:09
8 Adam Beyer A Walking Contradiction
Written-By – Adam Beyer
4:36
9 Joris Voorn MPX309
Written-By, Producer – Joris Voorn
4:03
10 Slam Positive Education
Written-By, Producer, Recorded By – G. Gibbons*, J. Muotune*, O. Meikle*, S. McMillan*
5:17
11 Funk D'Void Diabla (Funk D'Void's Heavenly Remix)
Written-By, Producer, Remix – Lars Sandberg
6:48
12 Martin Buttrich Full Clip
Written-By, Producer – Martin Buttrich
6:47
13 Carl Craig Demented (Or Just Crazy)
Written-By, Producer – Carl Craig
4:13
14 Dave Clarke Wisdom To The Wise
Written-By – Dave Clarke
5:08
15 Scott Grooves Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk Remix)
Drums [Live Solo] – Charles BarrettEngineer – Scott SumnerProducer – Scott GroovesRemix, Producer [Additional] – DJ Q, Daft PunkWritten-By, Producer – Bernard C. Worell*, William "Bootsy" Collins*, George Clinton Jr.*
4:30

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CD attached to Mixmag issue 211 | December 2008

From the sleeve:

"Where has the last ten years gone? Rewind back to 1998 and you'll see a world where Fatboy Slim's plan to take over the dance universe was finally coming to fruition with 'Rockafella Skank'. But up in Glasgow, Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle were cooking up an entirely different kind of club alchemy, involving Pressure at The Arches, perhaps the biggest and best underground club night that Scotland has ever seen. It didn't take them long ot find their feet. In the decade that's since passed, everyone from Daft Punk and Carl Craig to Audion and Laurent Garnier have played underneath those hallowed cavernous halls. And that's the beauty of this month's mix: almost every single one of the scene's key players is represented and every one of them has played at Pressure. A two-month project from birth to completion, this has been a labour of techno lovel. We have to give props to Slam too: where would we be without 'Positive Education'?"
Ralph Moore, Assistant Editor.

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