Various ‎– One Half Of A Whole Decade - Five Years At Ministry Of Sound

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Ministry Of Sound ‎– MOS5CD
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Rulin' 68:16
1-01 Voices Voices In My Mind (Cosmack Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – CJ MackintoshWritten-By – Little Louie Vega*
7:08
1-02 Swing Kids* Good Feelin' (TNT Bonus Beats)
Producer, Mixed By – Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales*Remix – TNT*Written-By – Dope*, Allen*, Laws*, Jeffrey*
2:41
1-03 Lovebeads Feat. Courtney Grey This Is The Only Way (Heller+Farley Project Mix)
Remix – Heller+Farley Project*Vocals – Courtney GreyWritten-By – C. Grey*, Jahkey B.*
3:50
1-04 Colourblind Nothing Better (TMVS Club Mix)
Producer – Tommy MustoRemix – TMVS*Written-By – M. Rodgers*, T. Musto*
5:21
1-05 Urban Blues Project Feat. Michael Procter Deliver Me (Original Mix)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Brian Tappert, Marc PomeroyWritten-By – Tapert*, Pomeroy*, Procter*
8:08
1-06 Urbanized Feat. Silvano Helpless (Kenlou Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – John Ciafone, Lem SpringsteenRemix – KenlouVocals – SilvanoWritten-By – L. Springsteen*
6:35
1-07 C+C Music Factory* Pride, A Deeper Love (Original C+C Mix)
Written-By – R. Clivilles & D. Cole*
8:40
1-08 Soul System* It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day (C+C Anthem 1)
Remix – C+C*Written-By – Clivilles / Cole*
3:52
1-09 Barbara Tucker Beautiful People (Underground Network Mix)
Remix – Masters At WorkWritten-By – Tucker*, India, Springsteen*, Vega*
6:01
1-10 Martha Wash Carry On (Tee's Freeze Mix)
Remix – Tee*Written-By – E. Beall*
4:40
1-11 Robert Owens I'll Be Your Friend (Original Def Club Mix)
Remix – David MoralesWritten-By – D. Morales*, R. Owens*, S. Tomiie*
6:33
1-12 Inner City Pennies From Heaven (Kevin's Tunnel Mix)
Written-By – A. Saunderson*, K. Saunderson*, P. Grey*, V. Whitehead*
4:47
Frisky? 73:00
2-01 Bizarre Inc Raise Me (Eon's Ascension Mix)
Remix – EonWritten-By – Meecham*, Turner*, Meredith*
4:37
2-02 Leftfield Not Forgotten (Hard Hands Mix)
Written-By – Barnes*
4:07
2-03 Anthony White Love Me Tonight (Gomez Rock The Joint Mix)
Remix – Gomez*Written-By – Perniola*, Bini*
7:18
2-04 Jaydee Plastic Dreams (Long Version)
Written-By – Robin "Jaydee" Albers*
6:03
2-05 Mory Kante* Yeke Yeke (Hardfloor Dub)
Remix – HardfloorWritten-By – Mory Kante*
4:44
2-06 Golden Girls Kinetic (Frank De Wulf Mix)
Producer – Mike Hazell*, Paul HartnollRemix – Frank De WulfWritten-By – M. Hazell*
3:20
2-07 Mankey Believe In Me (Madd Ladds 12'' Mix)
Producer – Andy Manstan*Remix – Madd Ladds*Written-By – Moyet*, Manstan*, Porter*, Clarke*
9:48
2-08 Donna Summer Melody Of Love (Epris Mix)
Remix – EprisWritten-By – D. Cole / R. Clivilles*, D. Summer*, J. Carrano*
5:58
2-09 Sunscreem When (K-Klassix Mix)
Remix – K-KlassWritten-By – Sunscreem
5:55
2-10 Beloved* Satellite (Freedom Vocal)
Written-By – Marsh*, Marsh*
4:48
2-11 Jennifer Lucas Take On Higher (Club 12'')
Written-By – F. Martinelli*, G. Loda*, I Grechele*, L. Stranger*
5:50
2-12 28th Street Crew* O (Hi-Lux Mix)
Remix – Ultra HighWritten-By – Clivilles / Cole*, Crespo*
4:26
2-13 Mozaic Rays Of The Rising Sun (Electric Beach Mix)
Producer – Kraushaar*, King*, Porter (3), Stanley (7), Sambrook*Remix [Uncredited] – Jon Of The Pleased WimminWritten-By – Tolan*, Johnston*
4:37
2-14 Jennifer Lucas Take On Higher (Stringapella Reprise)
Written-By – F. Martinelli*, G. Loda*, I Grechele*, L. Stranger*
1:29
Logical Progression 67:24
3-01.1 Hieroglyphix Destiny
Written-By – Greenhalgh*, Puffett*, Smith*
3-01.2 Q Project Solar System
Written-By – Greenhalgh*
3-01.3 Appaloosa With DJ Dream (6) Night Train
Written-By – Appaloosa
3-01.4 P.H.D.* Above And Beyond
Written-By – The Funky Technicians*, P.H.D.*
3-01.5 Seba & Lo-Tek* Universal Music
Written-By – Ahrenberg*, Soderman*
3-01.6 LTJ Bukem Music (Reworked By Peshay)
Remix – Peshay
3-01.7 Peshay Jazz Lick
Written-By – Peshay
3-01.8 DJ Addiction Senses
Written-By – DJ Addiction
3-01.9 New Balance Reflections
Written-By – Blame, Nookie
3-01.10 Axis (5) Euphony
Written-By – Cas*, Ils

Credits

Notes

Cardboard CD sleeves housed in a silver cardboard box.

This compilation:
© 1996 Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd
℗ 1996 Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd
Sound Design @ Ministry 1996
Mastered at Masterpiece Mastering.

CD 3 consists only of one single track, hence the absence of durations. That mix was re-released in 2001 by Good Looking Records on the special 3 CD edition of "Logical Progression Level 1".

Remix names are only listed on the backcover.
Track 1-05 artist is listed as "Urban Blues Project" on the backcover and as "Urban Blues Project Feat. Michael Procter" in the booklet.
Track 1.07 artist is listed as "C+C Music Factory" on the backcover and as "C&C Music Factory" in the booklet.
Track 2-01 artist is listed as "Bizarre Inc." on the backcover and as "Bizarre Inc" in the booklet.
Tracks 2-11 & 2-14 title is listed as "Take Me Higher" on the backcover and as "Take On Higher" in the booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): AAC0267 50368 MOS5CD1 N 1:0
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): AAC0268 50369 MOS5CD2 N 1:1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): AAC0269 50370 MOS5CD3 N 1:0
  • Other (Catalog Number On CD 1): MOS5CD.01
  • Other (Catalog Number On CD 2): MOS5CD.02
  • Other (Catalog Number On CD 3): MOS5CD.03
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1, 2): IFPI L123
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI L122
  • Barcode: 5026533200123

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Naveen

Naveen

September 18, 2012

I mostly disagree with the other reviewers. The Bukem and Conrad cd is dope sure, im a very peripheral dnb fan though, but I think this CD is great and something that I can certainly come back to even now in 2012. it has style and class as would be expected from that dynamic duo.
The Frisky? Cd is the weak link in my opinion i hardly touch it.
The standout for me is the Rulin CD. non-stop grooves, 90's new york garage at its vocal best. CJ mack and Todd Terry picked some excellent tracks and this CD is probably one of the reasons i'm a house and garage head today after picking this up at 14, many years ago. You owe it to yourself to go back in time and listen to this as a historical snapshot, chock full of 909 drums, gospel vocals, snappy drums arrangements, bouncing bass and synth stabs that were a part of the scene then, that is starting to see a slight underground resurgence now. I can break out each individual tune today and drop it in a set and still get a great response. If you are afraid to play music with soulful diva's, pianos, and old drum machines and synthesizers, dont worry about it. The rest of you that get the vibe. Cop this.
The_Burger

The_Burger

July 26, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
The Bukem CD is still one of the best mixes I have ever heard even after all this time. It just summed up the moment perfectly. The tracks were fresh, the MCing was original (Conrad has been on such good form as this) and the mixing is just what you'd expect from Bukem. It sounds like a live set but without the crowd noise, which is something the Logical Progression series can never say.

I still get tingle up my spine when 'Night Train' blends in, or the Peshay Reworking of 'Music' starts to creep across. Takes me right back to being in a huge tent, in the middle of a field, at 7 am, after dancing all night, with the sun rising and shining in through the open doors as Bukem works the crowd with another awesome track. If you were ever into the scene you'll know just what I mean!

I only bought this for the Bukem CD, but after listening to the other 2 discs the Todd Terry mix is definitely the weakest. The Fontaine/Pleased Wimmin disc is alright though.

If you ever used to listen to Bukem/Fabio/Jumpin' Jack Frost around 1996 then you simply MUST get a copy of this from somewhere. Get a mate to burn you a copy, or better still go out and buy it. Its hard to find, but so worth it. If you are really into your mixes, then you'll know that a copy of the Sasha/Digweed Renaissance Mix Collection sells for about £80+ on Ebay as its so hard to find and so f*cking good! Give it a couple of years and this'll be the same. Absolutely sublime.
akita_guy

akita_guy

May 22, 2003

I have to agree with christauff's review of this pack. The "Logical Progression" LTJ Bukem disk is a great jumping in point for drum/bass fans.

I myself like the "Frisky?" disk that Seb Fontaine and Jon Pleased Wimmin contirbuted. It's light hearted and great music for the car.

The weak link is definitely "Rulin" from CJ Mackintosh and Todd Terry. This is definitely not their best for some odd reason.
christauff

christauff

April 16, 2003

CD1: Rulin (68:16) - Mixed By CJ Mackintosh & Todd Terry is mainly forgettable, I have listned to it twice in the last 8 years, since I bought the album in Lancaster, UK. Perhaps someone else could offer a review of this CD in particular.

CD2: Frisky (73:00) - Mixed By Seb Fontaine & Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin effectively captures what was playing on the juke boxes in bars and on the BBC's Radio One Essential Mix Fridays in 1995, in th UK. This was the beginning of the Prog movement, and the philosophy behind the mix (parts house and trance) reflect the same movement in the UK DJ movement that Sasha and Digweeds first Northern Exposure release captures (but theirs with more finesse and a lot more originality).

CD3 contains only a single track, hence the absence of track times for the LTJ Bukem mix. As far as CD3 is concerned, this is the original sound of LTJ Bukem. It still sounds cutting edge, and makes you want to get into D&B all over again (too bad the scene has atrophied into repetition and poor imitations, IMHO). CD3, as mentioned is a single track, a little over 60 minutes and really demonstrated the powerful combination that MC Conrad and Bukem projected, the mixing is flawless, you can hear the vinyl crackling all the way through. I have always found the bass levels to be off in this CD, but the music still makes it a member of my Top 10 dance/electronica CD of all time. Friends of mine, who are not into the electronic music always ask me to burn a copy of this CD.