Will listen to Northern Exposure: Expeditions by Sasha and John Digweed.
But currently I'm looking up David Vendetta stuff on YouTube, trying to decide whether his new year's event in Cairo is worth going to (would be my first club experience). I've heard some of this stuff before just never was impressed enough to try and find out more, or even remember it was David Vendetta's.
Mr. James' own mix (the D-Scape mix) is my favorite...a maddeningly repetitive jumble of keyboard sounds from what sounds like a Disney cartoon, sharp computer edited samples of human noises and tribal drum patterns. Sounds like nothing you've ever heard before.
This '93 release also feature the first mix I had ever heard of Mu-ziq - who remixed 'On' in his typical rattling-a-garbage-dumpster beatboy style.
The Eagles - Waiting In The Weeds, from Long Road Out Of Eden.
One of my favorite songs ever. I remember my excitement when I first heard it and thought this will surely gain the popularity of Hotel California some day. It's just as good if not better. A true Eagles masterpiece, musically and lyrically.
By the way, anyone thinks Armin van Buuren will remain the No. 1 DJ in DJMag's Top 100 DJ poll? Personally, I hope it's Sasha this year. It would be a great comeback, but I'm not sure a lot of people had the chance to listen to Invol2ver before voting. But then again there was Involver in 2004, an equally great album, and he got 4th position in 2004 and 2005. I didn't vote, but I would have chosen Sasha, Tiesto, then Armin van Buuren.
This remix and the Trentemøller remix are some of the best music I've ever heard, but the original album version remains my favorite. The Pascal F.E.O.S. Edit is not bad. On the same release there's also a "Miss You (Pole Remix)" but that one sucks.
Lulu Rouge - Bless You.
Wow... No, WOW. I'm so excited I found this, it's exactly the kind of sounds that I like. Ten great tracks there.
On first listen, Thinking Of You, Bless You and Lulu's Theme stand out. They're here: http://www.myspace.com/lulurougesoundsystem