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Vol. 5-Journeys By DJ-Through
Paul Oakenfold
Vol. 5-Journeys By DJ-Through
Genre: Dance & Electronic


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All Artists: Paul Oakenfold
Title: Vol. 5-Journeys By DJ-Through
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Jdj
Release Date: 10/4/1996
Genre: Dance & Electronic
Styles: Trance, House
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 5020967100525

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Oakenfold at his best
J. A. Mclaren | Tuart Hill, WA Australia | 05/06/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Another quality mix from the pioneering dj mix series. This one showcases Paul Oakenfold at his best. One of the great things about this mix is the way Oakey mixes up a variety of styles in a way that would be hard to do today. It starts off with some funky garage, before dropping into some groovey house tunes, then stepping up the tempo and moving into more progressive trance, finally ending with some classic pumping acid trance. Some of the highlights include The Question by Seven Grand Housing Authority, Ramirez's Hablando, the dancefloor classic Not Over Yet by State of Grace, Joey Beltram's Future Groove, Australia's trance classic Dreams by Quench, the sublime Little Bullet by Spooky, and Hallucinogen's LSD (they don't make trance like this anymore). Paul's mixing on this isn't too shabby (in fact better then on some of his later releases), plus there are no jarring tempo changes; one of the things that make me cringe with Oakenfold's mixing. All up, an excellent mix cd with some quality tunes, a must have for anyone who likes early progressive mixing."
Classic Oakenfold showing his penchant for progessive trance
J. A. Mclaren | 04/21/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like Paul Oakenfold you will like this CD. The CD starts out with some hard vocal house, not the NY kind though, the European style. After a couple of funky tracks Paul shifts into overdrive and it's all over... He's got you on a progressive trance kick till the end. As always his mixing is seemless. This is a hard cd to find but well worth it. In addition check out John Digweed's JDJ silly mix."