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LTJ Bukem - Mixmag Live! Volume 21 mp3 album

  • Performer: LTJ Bukem
  • Title: Mixmag Live! Volume 21
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Formats: DTS MOD FLAC AUD VOX TTA ASF
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Drum n Bass
  • MP3 album: 1260 mb
  • FLAC album: 1773 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 947
LTJ Bukem - Mixmag Live! Volume 21 mp3 album

The catalogue number appears as MMLCD 21 on sleeve and as MMLCD021 on the CD. Mixed into one continuous track that lasts 70:16. The tracklisting on the cover is wrong but the right one is provided here. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout: MMLCD021 MASTERED BY MAYKING. Outras versões (2 de 2) Ver tudo.

Listen free to LTJ Bukem – Mixmag Live! Volume 21: LTJ Bukem (On Line, Sonic Winds, Airtight, Can We Change the Future (Sounds of Life remix), One & Only, Exit 9, La Funk (PFM remix), Sorrow (Unreleased mix), Breathless, Just Visiting Mars, Music). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Volume 21: LTJ Bukem. Overview (current section).

Jumpin' Jack Frost - Mixmag Live!, Vol. 15 (Live Recording/Mixed by /Mixed by Randall, 1996). Nick Warren - Mixmag Live!, Vol. 17 (Future Sound of Europe/Live Recording/Mixed by, 1996). Various Artists - Ultimate Drum & Bass Album, Pt. 1 (1998).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1.1 Fokus On Line
1.2 Seba & Lotek Sonic Winds
1.3 Funky Technicians Airtight
1.4 Code Of Practice Can We Change The Future (Sounds Of Life Remix)
Remix – Sounds Of Life
1.5 PFM One & Only
1.6 Source Direct Exit 9
1.7 JMJ & Richie Free La Funk (PFM Remix)
Remix – PFM
1.8 Future Bound Sorrow (Unreleased Mix)
1.9 Intense Breathless
1.10 FBD Project Just Visiting Mars
1.11 LTJ Bukem Music

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – DMC Publishing Ltd.
  • Made By – Mayking

Credits

  • DJ Mix – LTJ Bukem

Notes

The catalogue number appears as MMLCD 21 on sleeve and as MMLCD021 on the CD.

Mixed into one continuous track that lasts 70:16. The tracklisting on the cover is wrong but the right one is provided here.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MMLCD021 MASTERED BY MAYKING
  • Barcode: 5 029418 020214

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MIX 60003-2 LTJ Bukem Mixmag Live! Volume 3 ‎(CD, Mixed) DMC Publishing Ltd. MIX 60003-2 US 1996
MML 21 LTJ Bukem Mixmag Live! Volume 21 ‎(Cass, Mixed) DMC Publishing Ltd. MML 21 UK 1996



Reviews about LTJ Bukem - Mixmag Live! Volume 21 (8):
MisterMax
Brilliant mix CD. Bukem at his very best, track selection is great, mixing is tight, at the time these sounds were groundbreaking and creating a new musical genre. Danny also goes for some quite hard beats in this mix (Exit 9 for instance), his sound mellowed a lot pretty soon after this mix came out.Nice to see tracks from a selection of labels too. From '96 onwards Bukem's mixes were pretty much only of GLR / LGR releases, he delivered one or two amazing mix CD's in that time but it also became very one dimensional.
LeXXXuS
What is the difference between this and Bukem's Mixmag 3? The track-lists when I investigate appear to be identical, plus I managed to find a site streaming his Mixmag 3 version and it played out exactly the same as Mixmag 21. Did they just re-release it?
Haal
Mixmag 21 was the original UK release, then when it was released in the US it was number 3 in the reissued series.
Arar
Huge stuff from Bukem. For me this is a famous mix CD before his Progression Sessions mixes were basically pushing his GLR releases (nothing wrong with that, this mix features a variety of labels). Some stone cold classics shine here... Sonic Winds, Sorrow, Airtight, Free La Funk, One And Only. Timeless tracks that even now, twenty years later (2016) hit the spot.Combine this with the cross fader chopping and transforming, a few funky samples and we have take off. A serious set that set the standard at the time. Done with style!
Obong
tekkno-guy, you are SO right. also legendary: the mixmag cd of dimitri from paris and tom middleton.
Tygralbine
This would be what I consider to be the best LTJ Bukem continuous mix out there. Too bad MixMag had to screw it up by providing the wrong track listing. Anyway, this mix is better than all the Progression Sessions put together. I have bumped this one for so long the CD is just about worn out. Also nice to note, that this CD came out in a string of really strong MixMag releases. The Laurent Garnier and Richie Hawtin mixes are also awsome.
Nea
Conrad isn't missing...if you read the artist line, you will notice that there is no mention of him. All Conrad does is take away from the mixes. I don't need MC's in D&B, and never will.
Daiktilar
What a load of absolute tosh. Better than all the progression sessions? Silliest comment I've ever read! It's a great mix, marks a point in time that was great for DnB in general, the vital missing factor from this is Conrad, it's just a mix without him...albeit a brilliant one. But Bukem & Conrad are so much stronger when paired up. Bukems latest Fabric cd is another example of this, it just sounds like any liquid bedroom dj mix without conrads sultry tones complimenting the beats

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