• Flashback 13

    11. Feb. 2009, 18:18 von syknyk

    When i first started doing my diary back in 93 i was mostly putting music in my charts that had music videos now i havent gone onto youtube to check this yet (but obv i will) i reckon this whole top ten never had an official music video.

    For that i apologise but i shall find what i can.

    Top ten from;

    16th January 1997

    10. Marc Smith & Sharkey - Truth
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgYa0uat7rc

    9. Tek 9 - A London Sumtin
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc3Hfnrfsqs

    8. SeriouS - Check Dis Out
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvdi6bjXH-Y
    A Hardcore version of Mystify by INXS

    7. Vibes & Wishdokta - Popcorn
    Tagged as Ravers Choice - Hardcore Bootleg Kings
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_crCEStBWY

    6. Silicon- Da All Massive
    WOW - I've got nothing coming up for this on google searches or on youtube. Sorry.

    5. T199 - Da Bam Bam Track
    Got nothing for this either, i do recall both this and the above track being on a US Jungle compilation but as for what it was called i have no idea.
  • Nineteen Ninety Five

    24. Aug. 2008, 22:11 von liftmuziek

    1995... It was the year of Oklahoma City bombing, launch of Yahoo!, Windows 95 upgrade, Nasdaq climbing over 1000, and the acquittal of O. J. Simpson. It was the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb, the announcement of DVD format, and the launch of eBay. But for me it was a year of newly reborn music. It was the commercial success of electronica, the acceptance of IDM as a genre, the underground warehouse parties, and the letters PLUR smudged on my sweaty wristband. In this article, I wish to commemorate the year of 1995, remembering the monumental albums and the artists that continued to buildup on the foundation of electronic music. My purpose is to honor the contributions that still retain their quality and the position on my playlists. Take a look and see how many of these albums are in your collection. Pay attention to the currently well known names that had their first debut back in 1995. And, if after reading this article you dust off a few CDs or even 12-inchers, then my task has been accomplished.