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1Bass ReactionTechnophobia
Written-By – S. Brown
3:20
2Jimmy J & Crul-TTake Me Away
Written-By – J J/C T
2:56
3Bass XHardcore Disco
Written-By – S Brown
1:33
4Ultimate BuzzCheck Da Bass
Written-By – S Brown
1:48
5Microwave PrinceI Need Your Love
Written-By – S Miller
4:58
6NIP Collective IIRejoinder
Written-By – I Yilmaz, T Schumacher
2:45
7Brutal DeLuxeThe Ultimate
Written-By – C Gloudeman, E Schvers
2:24
8ThunderballThunderdance
Written-By – Karimboux, R Reynders
2:00
9Inferno Meet R.N.ORagga Sound
Written-By – DJ Pila, DJ Skorp
2:25
10Vision 4/5Funkify Yourself (Peewee Mix)
Remix – PeeweeWritten-By – K English, N Burgess
2:44
11Vibes & WishdoktaFeels Good
Written-By – DJ Vibes/Wishdokta
1:21
12Sequential OneBack To Unity
Written-By – A Tanneberger
3:10
13Kinetic PleasureGet The Feeling
Written-By – S Brown
1:34
14Sting Ray & Soni DriverCold As Ice
Written-By – L Dtan, L Gramm, M Jones
3:10
15Infrequent OscilationBurning Phibes
Written-By – O Jagarzewski
1:46
16Brothers In CrimeLet Me Suck Your...
Written-By – E Velders, L.W.A Opthof
2:46
17MandalaAustralia
Written-By – C Tom, R Boye
2:09
18Seduction & DougalIts Not Over
Written-By – Seduction, Dougal
3:18
19Jones & StephensonThe First Rebirth
Written-By – F Jones/A Stephenson
4:35
20Edit-VBurning Love
Written-By – JR Hartley
2:16
21Technotrance E.PY.R.S Stomp
Written-By – A Mullen
2:10

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Australia's finest DJ's captured in the mix

This compilation (P)&(C) 1995 Reach'n Records
Manufactured & distributed by: Shock Records
Proudly made in Australia.

Sleeve notes contain many errors:
4: artist credited as "DJ Vibes"
5: title listed as "Hardcore Mayhem E.P."
13: credited as "Technotrance E.P - Yes Stomp"
14: title listed as "Australia E.P."
15: title listed as "Burning Love Sensation"
17: title listed as "Let Me Suck You"

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Spine: DJ's Downunder Presents Vol 1
Cover: [Vol-1] Australias Finest DJ's Captured In The Mix
Disc: [Vol-1]

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  • Barcode: 5 021456 065103
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE BY DISCTRONICS B REACH005CD #01

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  • Manufactured By – Shock Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Shock Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Disctronics B

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Artista: Peewee

Título: DJ's Downunder Presents Vol 1

País: Australia

Fecha de publicación: 1995

Etiqueta: Reach'n Records

Estilo: Hardcore, Hard Trance, Happy Hardcore

Catálogo: REACH 005CD

Género: Electrónica

Tamaño MP3: 1870 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 2997 mb

Clasificación: 4.3 / 5

Votos: 900

Fuente de los registros: CD, Compilation, Mixed

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skriper
I've listened this mix for 3 times. It is a pretty fine mix! In my opinion the beatmatching is perfect, I could not do it better on my Akayima Acura's (^^)... I gave this mix a score of 75 out of 100. Good Job Dj Peewee!!

And one more thing, The first song. Bass Reaction - Technophobia, is the "power mix" version for sure.
Enjoy this mix, it is a great one!
skriper
I've listened this mix for 3 times. It is a pretty fine mix! In my opinion the beatmatching is perfect, I could not do it better on my Akayima Acura's (^^)... I gave this mix a score of 75 out of 100. Good Job Dj Peewee!!

And one more thing, The first song. Bass Reaction - Technophobia, is the "power mix" version for sure.
Enjoy this mix, it is a great one!
Detenta
This was one of the first mix CDs I owned. It's a typical mix by an Australian DJ - we have no scene of our own to speak of, so we borrow from almost every corner of the globe, the result being this somewhat mess of a mix (and scene, until recently). It's all happy hardcore from start to finish, but it covers so many variations on the theme that it lacks any sense of cohesion (I mean, does 'Australia' really mix all that well with 'Burning Love'? 'Take Me Away' with 'Hardcore Disco'?)

On the plus side, the majority of the tracks, taken individually, are a lot of fun. 'Cold As Ice' is as corny as they come, but never fails to get your hands up. 'Funkify', 'Back To Unity' and 'Thunderdance' are all decent Happyhard outings. But the cream on this cake really comes with the last five tracks. Peewee suddenly takes us into deep territory as we move from the more serious, yet still comical 'Let Me Suck Yours...' into 'The Ultimate', a track which, though incredibly simple and unoriginal in its arrangement, just seems to work. 'I Need Your Love' is a big, big track and though it is aimed squarely at the charts, it's got a nice big melody and tonnes of energy. 'Rejoinder' is an amazingly good track - it's moody yet maintains constant energy and just sounds fantastic. Then we come to 'The First Rebirth'. Nothing really needs to be said about this absolute classic track, so suffice it to say that between it, 'Rejoinder' and 'I Need Your Love' you have a VERY tasty, trance flavoured end to an otherwise decent-at-best mix.

Ignore the mixing - it isn't technically bad (beatmatching and phrasing is fine), but the track selection and sequencing leaves a lot to be desired. Instead, listen to this as a kind of sampler of a selection of a wide variety of happy hardcore from across the world. This came out a year before the first Bonkers album - compare the two for an idea between a more consistent track selection (Bonkers) and an inconsistent, though fun mix (Peewee's efforts here).
Detenta
This was one of the first mix CDs I owned. It's a typical mix by an Australian DJ - we have no scene of our own to speak of, so we borrow from almost every corner of the globe, the result being this somewhat mess of a mix (and scene, until recently). It's all happy hardcore from start to finish, but it covers so many variations on the theme that it lacks any sense of cohesion (I mean, does 'Australia' really mix all that well with 'Burning Love'? 'Take Me Away' with 'Hardcore Disco'?)

On the plus side, the majority of the tracks, taken individually, are a lot of fun. 'Cold As Ice' is as corny as they come, but never fails to get your hands up. 'Funkify', 'Back To Unity' and 'Thunderdance' are all decent Happyhard outings. But the cream on this cake really comes with the last five tracks. Peewee suddenly takes us into deep territory as we move from the more serious, yet still comical 'Let Me Suck Yours...' into 'The Ultimate', a track which, though incredibly simple and unoriginal in its arrangement, just seems to work. 'I Need Your Love' is a big, big track and though it is aimed squarely at the charts, it's got a nice big melody and tonnes of energy. 'Rejoinder' is an amazingly good track - it's moody yet maintains constant energy and just sounds fantastic. Then we come to 'The First Rebirth'. Nothing really needs to be said about this absolute classic track, so suffice it to say that between it, 'Rejoinder' and 'I Need Your Love' you have a VERY tasty, trance flavoured end to an otherwise decent-at-best mix.

Ignore the mixing - it isn't technically bad (beatmatching and phrasing is fine), but the track selection and sequencing leaves a lot to be desired. Instead, listen to this as a kind of sampler of a selection of a wide variety of happy hardcore from across the world. This came out a year before the first Bonkers album - compare the two for an idea between a more consistent track selection (Bonkers) and an inconsistent, though fun mix (Peewee's efforts here).
Lo◘Ve
For those who are used to Peewee Ferris being more clubby and progressive, this will be a shock; it's definitely hardcore. But for Peewee Ferris, a man of huge and diverse talents, this should come as no surprise. This will definitely get you in the party mood.
Lo◘Ve
For those who are used to Peewee Ferris being more clubby and progressive, this will be a shock; it's definitely hardcore. But for Peewee Ferris, a man of huge and diverse talents, this should come as no surprise. This will definitely get you in the party mood.