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Live in Oslo
Paul Oakenfold
Live in Oslo
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #2

Mixed Live by World Renowned DJ Paul Oakenfold.


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All Artists: Paul Oakenfold
Title: Live in Oslo
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Label: Global Underground
Original Release Date: 1/1/1997
Re-Release Date: 6/9/1997
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Trance, House, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 664612200427


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Mixed Live by World Renowned DJ Paul Oakenfold.

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Awesome track layout!
T. Tonn | Alviso. | 11/02/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This mix presents the listener with a different approach to a mix: blending from many genre's to form a perfect climax over 2 hours.He starts with sensitive, interesting and melodic drum&bass, moves into a more progressive d&b, and then breaks out the trance/sorta-goa/sorta-psychtrance to get you going near the end of CD1... CD2 continues with the same stuff, though moving it into straight up and down trance, throwing in another hint of d&b, then moving on to a lovely finish.Definitly not the same style he would play during the "Tranceport" era, or even the "Resident: 2 Years At Cream" era. This is before all that, but after his Goa spell. Wonderfully chillful at the begining, then amazingly it towers above all at the end. If you're into Oakey, Nick Warren or Dave Seaman, get this.... you'll like it. Much more of an energetic build up starting with CD2..... absolutely!-Fuzzy"
Ambient mixed with Drum n Bass
seb | 01/03/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I always can trust Oakenfold for a solid CD however, this set is not true Oakenfold. People in search of his typical proggresive trance will be slightly dissapointed. Many different genres are played with including ambient and acid jazz roots. Not a "Tranceport", but worth a listen."
Not your average GU...
seb | Cincinnati, OH USA | 02/24/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album is not what you might expect from Paul Oakenfold or Global Underground. The first half of the first disc is ambient mixed with drum n bass. "Elysian Fields" and "Tripping On Broken Beats" are all nice tracks, but some are a bit disappointing like "Alaska" and "You're Not Alone". But the dnb ambience is brought towards trance on the second half of the first disc, using "Set In Stone" as the transition piece. A phunky trance blowaway is present on "Reach" and the rest of the disc is nice as well. The second disc starts with dirty robot funk and sinister trance rhythms. "The Ohm Sessions" is dirty hard trance at it's finest, but it cleans up with "Cycles of Life", which uses piano and strings to hammer out trance rhythms. The rest of the album is 90's sounding electro-trance. This is by no means a disappointing album overall, but it lacks luster in parts and is not your conventional GU or Oakey set."