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Chemical Brothers 1995 Evening Session

Chemical Brothers 1995 Evening Session

Playing tracks by

Oasis, Bomb The Bass, Peter Prester, Method Man, Charlatans and more.

Exceptional Chemical Brothers mix from BBC Radio1's Evening Session with Steve Lamacq...From 1995. Amazing!

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Movement19
Movement19

YO! Apparently I'd been following you for a while. I never really get a chance to just sit and listen to a whole mix. Now that I podcast and blog full time, I have been playing mixes as I sit here and type. This shit right here is DOPE! I'm gonna link it in my blog post today so my readers can enjoy it as they read just like I'm enjoying it as I write. Thanks for this.

Version Sound

Dope! Thats whats up!

Version Sound

Shortly thereafter, the world went to shit and so did the music I loved so much :(

Adam Dawson

Yep

GoldmasterStuff

yes music started going back after the late 2000s music is never this good

Version Sound

I remember checking the bin for new promo 12"s or something interesting one day, and it was a package from my guy at Astralwerks (or Beggars Banquet/Caroline US distro) with a likkle press junket about the Boys, and a handful of 12" promos for Setting Sun EP (I think??). And then at the bottom of the box, there was a mysterious cassette tape with little or no information. I think it just had Chemical Brothers on Side A, and some sort of legal disclaimer on the B Side. It was a 30-minute tape, and I played that thing so much it died in my car stereo :!

GoldmasterStuff

no what was it? why not share it out!

Version Sound

*This* was it!

Version Sound

Cheers, and I agree 100%!! I was actually turned on to this mix when I was working at the radio station back in '96 I believe...

Adam Dawson

Trust me It will all make sense after you have seen these pair live

Adam Dawson

you wont find a better mix than this

Splash Brother

The Peter Presta track is actually "Fo' Minutes A Breaks"... They mix it with "Live Forever" at the beginning

Chris S Williams

superb break beats from the chem masters. Refreshingly good.

Rob Richardson

Awesome. Thanks for uploading.

Ed Aguilar M

Loved everything, except the last song