William Umana - The Enlightenment (Colombian Tribe Mix)
Renee Stakey - Rainy Days (Boris & Beck Dub)
French Sleaze - Percussive Sensation (Third Floor Mix)
Madonna - Nobody Knows Me (Peter's Private Life Mix Pt 1)
Erik Reyes - Let's Do It (Original Mix)
Lenny Mantuano - Women Beat their Men
Park Paladium - One Thing (Original Mix)
The Tribal Gang - It's A Jungle (James Andersen Remix)
Lev Ozar - Hold On 2 Love (Original Mix)
The Idiots - Soundz (Original Mix)
Martin H. - Over (Original Mix)
Marco V. - c\del*.mp3 (Peter's Reconstruction Mix)
Track Listings (12) - Disc #2
Cajmere - Midnight (Original Mix)
Airmale - Love Me (Original Toxic Mix)
Sugar Shake - Meu Coracao (Original Mix)
Angelo Kortez - Scandalous (Kortez Roxy Anthem)
William Umana - Mind Games (Umana Groovy Dub)
Jazmina - Good Time (DJ Choco Tribal Mix)
Jahkey B - HeartAttack (Peter's Particular Remix)
Assaf Amdursky - Tribal Scream (Original Mix)
Madonna - Nothing Fails (Peter's Lost in Space Mix)
Dumb Blonde - I Miss You (Original Mix)
Motibus - Music (Alma Matris Rectro-Luv Mix)
Murk - Time (Peter's Timeless Club Mix)
From producer, remixer, and DJ extraordinaire comes the third volume of his popular "Live@Roxy" series from his residency at Club Roxy in NYC. Contains rare exclusive remixes and sought after tracks as well as Peter's own ... more »signature mixes of Madonna and others.« less
From producer, remixer, and DJ extraordinaire comes the third volume of his popular "Live@Roxy" series from his residency at Club Roxy in NYC. Contains rare exclusive remixes and sought after tracks as well as Peter's own signature mixes of Madonna and others.
Disappointed (like Electronic in '91)
Sarah M. Severson | chicago | 10/28/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Let me begin by saying how much I love Peter's work (especially the sexy, diva-driven Club 69 albums). That being said, I regret to say _Live @ Roxy 3_ was a huge disappointment for me. Vocals are sparse, beats boring. The only tracks I really enjoyed are Cajmere's "Midnight" -- dark, but truly rhythmic and sexy, with full vocals -- and Peter's "timeless" mix of "Time" by Murk. The latter, like "Midnight," is dark, sexy, and vocalicious. Both tracks (wow! big surprise!) are infused with 80s-esque synth loops and electro squiggles. And then there are the Madonna tracks. Again, I regret to say I was disappointed--but it's not as though Peter had much to work with in the first place ...(big sigh)... Oh how I miss the days of quality Madonna tunes ("Express Yourself," "Vogue," etc.) and Shep's and Junior's piano-drenched remixes of them! And oh, how I miss Peter's dark, stylish, danceable, *non-vocoder* Madonna reconstructions, like his mixes of "Nothing Really Matters"! Oh, well. In short, _Live @ Roxy 3_ comes nowhere near the intensity and danceability of any Club 69 material, Peter's turn-of-the-millenium pop remixes, or his first two volumes of _Live @ Roxy._"
J. ARCA | 07/21/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Roxy 3 is the darkest of the series. That's fine, but my gripe is that there are no ups and downs like the previous 2 (5 stars for each), maintaining a constant level of energy. It also needed a couple more strong vocal tracks in it. It was very intesting after the first listen, but then all the songs and beats just start sounding the same. Seems to be consistent with his style lately, as the last time I went to the Roxy, the music just droned. Instead, I recommend the "Higher" CD, also mixed by him. I usually don't like the Disco-ey New York sound, but "Higher" just works for some reason."
This is what they mean by 'pots and pans'
Drew Linginfelter | Las Vegas, NV USA | 09/10/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I've heard friends describe music at parties as "pots and pans," but I never really understood what they meant. Then I got this CD. Now I know! This totally sounds like pots and pans. I enjoyed the first two CDs in this series A LOT more than this one. I got bored listening to this set. I wish I could return it. I won't listen to it again. Once was enough."
Peter has done it again!!
Jeff | Newport News, VA USA | 06/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
Let me start this by saying that Peter Rauhofer is an amazing live dj!! Now with that said, this set really captures the excitement and the sexiness of the power of house music. But not just any brand of house music. This is not for the timid, the beats are hard and the transitions are flawless. If you're a fan of the likes of Louie DeVito then I suggest you look elsewhere. But if you like your beats like I like my men(hard)then definately get this cd. You won't be disappointed."
The Harder the Better!
J. ARCA | 06/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hard house music is tough to find, and to find some that's good is even tougher. Look no further than Peter Rauhofer's "Live @ Roxy 3. This is a killer mix of hard beats and sinister soundscapes, flawless!
This is one of my favorite CDs out right now along with another hard electronica artist named Mr.Deviant and his CD "Techno Obsession". Both CDs are killer!"