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Moby - Old School Rave Mix (at XLR8R)

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Wednesday, Jul 7, 2010

To quote Moby’s journal, “the nice people at xlr8r asked me to do an old skool rave mix for their podcast series. so, as an unreformed raver, i said ‘yes’”. So, relive those early ‘90s rave days with a 48-minute techno mix from Moby. While his classic “Go” is not included, he does spin “Next Is the E” in with other full force dance tracks.


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Track list:
01 Messiah “Temple of Dreams” (Kickin)
02 Mentasm “I Need Release”
03 Altern8 “Frequency” (Network)
04 N-Joi “Mindflux” (RCA)
05 Ragga Twins “Hooligan 69” (Shut Up and Dance)
06 Awesome 3 “Don’t Go” (City Beat)
07 Moby “Next is the E” (Instinct)
08 Hyper Go Go “High” (Hooj Choons)
09 Fierce Ruling Diva “You Gotta Believe” (React)
10 Bizarre Inc. “Playing With Knives” (Vinyl Solution)
11 Messiah “Xeroxed”
12 Dream Frequency “Feel So Real” (City Beat)

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