[DJ Mix] BP Sessions Vol.1 House

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 February 2010 11:38 Written by SiMuL Friday, 13 June 2008 03:06

The BeatPort Sessions Volume 1. This is a brand new mix series I’ve just started! I’ve been purchasing a lot of music over at beatport.com and decided I would start a new series with, in my opinion, the best tracks I find there. This is an unusual track selection for me, but I love it! Some of the tracks are a little odd but awesome! Overall a nice deep tribal feel. Definitely a must download if you’re into house music!

Genre: House
Date: June 2008

Download/Play: BP Sessions Vol.1 - House (1406)
CUE File (needed to burn audio CD with individual tracks): .cue (1592)

Track Listing:
01) Snax – Honeymoon’s Overdose (Crowdpleaser Dub mix)
02) Loco Dice – How Do I Know
03) Fausto Messina – Diboneg
04) Phage & Daniel Dreier – Korgi-Morgi
05) Martin Buttrich – Cruise Control
06) Deadmau5 – Duo Cad Sordid
07) Palm Skin Productions – Wonderful Thing
08) Rainer Weichold – Bamboo (Format B remix)
09) Sven Palzer & Patrick Zigon – Quid Pro Quo
10) Johnny D – Orbitallife
11) The Mole – Like The Way
12) Kabale Und Lauhaus – Makake
13) Luca Bacchetti – Night Over Kwazulu
14) Echonomist – Transposition (And.Id remix)
15) H.O.S.H. & Stimming – Radar
16) Dan Berkson & James What – Reflections feat. Robert Owens

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