Space DJ'z* ‎– The Last DJ'z On Earth

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EQ Recordings ‎– EQCD 002
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2 × CD, Mixed, Compilation
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1-01 XL Garcia Commandment One (Ben Long Remix)
Remix – Ben Long
1-02 Lance Samuel 999
1-03 Mr G* Body And Soul
1-04 Ben Sims Symbolism Mix
1-05 Jack De Marseille Prima
1-06 Subvoice Presents DJ Zank Back Stretch
1-07 Ben Sims Hardgroove Mix
1-08 Rob Hood* The Protein Valve
1-09 Space DJ'z* Centre Field
1-10 Richard Harvey User 8
1-11 Andrew McLauhlan* Love Story
1-12 Ben Long Pot 2
1-13 Dave Clarke Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted
1-14 Gaetano Parisio Bendigo
1-15 Oliver Ho Magic
1-16 Chester Beatty Levanon
1-17 Indigo Kennedy* Untitled From The Secondary EP
1-18 Gaetano Parisio Advanced Series 1
1-19 Jamie Bissmire Judgement
1-20 A Credible Eye Witness Episode 3
1-21 James Ruskin Coda
1-22 Co-Fusion Zitr Bug
1-23 Technasia Force
1-24 Ben Long In The Red
1-25 Alba Patera Tog
1-26 Chris McCormack There Are Better Ways
1-27 Zeta Reticula EP2
1-28 The Advent Hesitate
1-29 Ben Long Unreleased
2-01 DJ Godfather Get Your Gigs On
2-02 Technasia Cyclone
2-03 DJ Godfather Where Dem Hoes At
2-04 Ben Long Ground Syndrome
2-05 Jamie Bissmire Work That
2-06 Adam Beyer Lost And Found B2
2-07 Marco Carola & Adam Beyer Big Shaker
2-08 Umek Lancor
2-09 XX-313* World Sonic Domination
2-10 Jamie Bissmire Serpent Power
2-11 Adam Beyer Remaining 111
2-12 The Advent Another Planet
2-13 Umek Voices Of Africa
2-14 DJ Godfather Pimp Of The Nation
2-15 Oliver Ho Firelight
2-16 Denver McCarthy Ruffage
2-17 Ben Sims Impact
2-18 The Advent Soul Destroyer
2-19 Jamie Bissmire Number & Measure
2-20 Jamie Bissmire The Old Straight Track

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Notes

Disc 1, Track 4: Vertigo (Symbolism Remix) appears as Symbolism Mix
Disc 1, Track 12: Potential 2 appears as Pot 2
Disc 2, Track 8: Lanicor appears as Lancor
Disc 2, Track 11: Remainings III appears as Remaining 111
Disc 2, Track 19: Numbers & Measures appears as Number & Measure

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TLDJCD002 Space DJ'z* The Last DJ'z On Earth(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Primal Rhythms TLDJCD002 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ERA 2010.2 Space DJ'z* The Last DJ'z On Earth(2xCD, Mixed, Comp) Nextera, Primal Rhythms, Primate Recordings ERA 2010.2 Czech Republic 2001 Sell This Version

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djinsomnia

djinsomnia

August 28, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
The front cover to this much anticipated mix-CD reads, “Starring Dave Clarke, Adam Beyer, Marco Carola, Umek, The Advent, Ben Sims, Oliver Ho, Mr G, Ben Long & Jamie Bissmire”.

So if you like techno, it’s safe to say you’re already interested.

This two CD release lives up to its byline, as the DJz take a who’s who of international techno and murder their records with a punishing mix.

Ben Long has 29 tracks to his CD. Three of them are his, most of them will be familiar to any techno listener, and all of them are mixed up brilliantly.

Long’s CD has melt in the mouth stuff like Jack de Marseille’s ‘Prima’ mixing into the shrill shriek of ‘Back Stretch’, and it’s this sort of polarised track selection that typifies this conglomerate of sounds that all work so damn well together.

It’s loopy, freaky, fast-paced mixing, and not short on the effects box either. There’s original stuff here too, unsurprisingly from this pioneer. I can’t properly put into words how Long samples and fades a spinback at the end of Ben Sims’ ‘Hardgroove Mix’ – you’ll just have to go out and hear it yourself!

CD2 is Jamie Bissmire’s and is my pick of the two, simply because it’s more consistent and harder – but that’s just my personal taste. Banging tracks like Adam Beyer ‘Lost and Found B2’ get me dancing in my reviewer’s chair and the special touch that Bissmire lends to such tracks is sure to get tekno junkies everywhere salivating. There’s cutting, there’s fading, there’s spinbacks, there’s aggressive, punchy mixing – in short, there’s something sure to please everyone.

Musically, there’s everything from the old-skool hip hop influenced DJ Godfather, to the electro tinged tech of Umek’s ‘Lancor’.

Bissmire self-indulgently chooses four of his own tracks out of twenty on the CD, but who’s complaining? It’s massive TUNES like ‘Number & Measure’ that sit right up there with ‘Voices of Africa’ (Umek again), and ‘Impact’ by Ben Sims.

In fact, there’s a tonne o’ tunes across both CDs. If you want to hear highlights from the whole techno spectrum of recent times, you can’t miss this mix.