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Paul Van Dyk Broadcasted on Sunday 23rd April, 2000

artist unknown - "untitled" (white label)
Mauro Picotto - "Pegasus" (Nueklez)
En motion - "Truth" (white label)
DJ Remy - "Pumped Up" (Taste)
John Rees vs Helios - "Beta Blocker" (Mindworx)
VDM - "Deflection EP" (Combined Forces)
Paul Van Dyk - "Tell Me Why" (Deviant Recs World)
DJ Hitch Hiker presents - "Lunatic Asylum" (Velvet Vibe)
The Infernal Machine - "Realistic" (Orange)
Moloko - "The Time Is Now" (Echo)
Pants & Corsets - "Malice In Wonderland" (Solid State)
Terpischord - "The Bells" (white label)
Amber - "Sexual" (Substance)
Maria Naylor - "Angry Skies" (Deconstruction)
Savannah - "Spirit" (white label)
Bill Hamel - "Perpectves pt 2" (white label)
Chrome - "Our Manifest" (white label)
Thomas Heckman - "Ultra Vixens" (Amato)
Face - "The Face" (Chaos)
Paul Van Dyk - "Columbia" (white label)
Paul Van Dyk - "Alive" (white Label)
Rapid Eye - "Never Going Back" (white label)
Paul Van Dyk - "Out There & Back" (white label)
Pee Wee Ferris - "Genesis" (Sony Dance)
Darude - "Sandstorm" (Neo)
Pro-lectric - "One" (Combined Forces)
Condor 11 - "You Can Kiss Me" (Go For It)

 matrix  - 10
 ninjaalex  - 10
 Farrel  - 10
 witholly  - 10
 adcashmo  - 10
 doad  - 10
 t29  - 10
 Alex  - 10
 nodex2001  - 10
 fischerspooner  - 10
 Desyn  - 10
 TheNorth  - 8

 oakenfold79 writes: information
This EM takes place @ Home,London
[ Posted on 2003-04-11 02:06:52 ]

 nodex2001 writes: PVD
Hands down the best essential mix the German master has ever done
[ Posted on 2003-08-08 03:52:25 ] [email]

 Alex writes:
This is an excellent essential mix. He keeps the energy going all the way through and an excellent choice of records.

If anyone knows the first tune he plays let me know. It's listed as unknown on every tracklisting I've seen of this mix.
[ Posted on 2003-08-29 17:08:15 ]

 Alex writes: Corrections
The first track is:
Conductor & Cowboy - Feeling This Way (Solar Stone Dub) (White Label)

-Took me ages to find this out

Also there's a track after CondorII@115mins
Jamnesia – My Memory (Eve/IDJ)
[ Posted on 2003-12-05 00:28:54 ]

 TheNorth writes:
Good mix! The atmosphere in the club sounds amazing! Spun a little bit too fast though.
[ Posted on 2004-01-24 15:11:33 ]

 t29 writes: all in this mix !
this mix is perfect even if it's pretty fast ! PVD was at the top of his art. And we didn't know, at that time, he started to become as Musicmag says, "pvd is god'. i agree with this concept. this mix is awesome and it has got the first place in my personnal trance top 10. 10/10
[ Posted on 2005-07-08 20:42:30 ] [homepage] [email]

 adcashmo writes:
This was the soundtrack on the road to Birmingham in the early hours of sunday morning after my mates and I got refused entry so see Oakey at Cream.

I love Oakey but I doubt his set was as good as this that night!

The middle of this mix is something quite special and shows off PVDs style to a T; perectly bridging the floatier moments with a much more techy style to snap people out of their collective trance; something only PVD ever seemed to do!

PVD has always stuck around because he is a leader; he plays what he likes and he likes what he plays and that shows. When other DJs jumped on the trance bandwagon they didn't last (a) because it was too obvious and (b) because they didn't know how to structure their mixes......keep trying
[ Posted on 2007-01-11 22:42:34 ]

 chrispitcha writes:
Isn't it the Quivver Mix of Angry Skies?

Top mix though, listening back to it now
[ Posted on 2007-01-22 19:23:23 ] [email]

 witholly writes: WOW
What a quality bloody mix, i forgot all about this!! The first 10 tracks or so are amazing and i am now on a hunt.

PVD, what happened? Infact, what happend to trance??
[ Posted on 2007-01-31 17:23:56 ]

 philryder writes: Help!
Hi, does anyone know where I can get a copy of this mix again. It's one of the best ever and I lost my CD of it when I moved house! Help!
[ Posted on 2007-04-25 12:11:13 ] [email]

 Farrel writes: Pvd @ Home
Absolutely brilliant first hour or so, calms down for about the next half hour and then lifts off for the last half hour with PvDs own tuns. A massive set from PvD.
[ Posted on 2008-01-10 09:03:20 ] [email]

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