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    Thrive in '95 - Jungle's zenith

    DJ Rap - Universal Mind stonking cut from DJ Rap, as featured on the Telepathy compilation album
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    Jungle

    pretty interesting Bryan Gee interview
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    yeah not a bad idea!
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    ok so I wanted to use my professional skills to figure out how much it would cost to get the vinyl for a 40 track mix of this stuff, so I did a combo of web scraping and API calls from Discogs and I figure if I just ordered from within Germany (so relatively low postage costs) this would cost...
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    narcissist barty's techno party

    you might dig this all Kalamazoo mix I found recently - some pretty cool stuff on there, imo
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    Jungle

    Tim Reaper is my favorite of the new skool producers, he's made some absolute killers
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    Trilliam Explains House

    really interesting interview. shout out @trilliam and @NKC
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    Resident Advisor stops using scores on reviews

    man this is a pretty great no holds barred interview!
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    I mean, I'm not gonna deny that there's a little bit of chutzpah involved ...
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    I'll figure out what it would cost, if it's going to be hundreds then it doesn't happen, if it's the equivalent of a pint or two each it's not too bad, no?
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    So I was thinking about this and I have an idea, and people can let me know if they hate it or like it. I'm happy to spend an hour or two this weekend to pull together a Discogs list of every release in this thread and then figure out a rough price to get 40 tracks for a serious mix which would...
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    not a professional, just a very interested (obsessed?) nerd! ;) I couldn't do a mix of the thread as I only have a few of the records an Armand van Helden mix is possible as I have a lot of his stuff, but not the other bits, only have a few of those
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Pirates Of The Caribbean - Tu No Sabe (Bonus) Armand van Helden under one of his millions of aliases - this is just a tough kick drum, a squeaky noise and the odd Latin flourish. fierce!
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    Technical Onslaught - The Calling more early Beltram
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    more from Frankie Bones because I love the man
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