DJ Mojo – An Epic Oldskool Journey

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What can I say about this mix? Just look at that track listing below… that’s over 2 hours of amazing oldskool tunes, mixed by one of the best DJ’s I’ve had the pleasure of hearing. It was first posted to the Mixes group on Discogs a couple of years ago, by DJ Mojo. Mojo’s been putting together amazing mixes since the early 90’s (What?, Insomniac, F.A.M.I.L.Y, etc…) and shows he’s still got the stuff with this mix.

DJ Mojo – An Epic Oldskool Journey:

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This is the full track listing for this mix:

Intro – The Feeling Begins from Peter Gabriel’s Passion
Rabbit City #10 – Lucky Strike
The Shamen – Phorward
D.H.S. – #9 Bad Acid
Panic – Voices of Energy II
The Hypnotist – Pioneers of the Warped Groove
Edge #2 – S.F. Acid Mix
Quazar – Last Train to Paradise (303)
High Lonesome Sound System – Waiting for the Lights (Thai Mix)
The KLF – What Time is Love? (Moody Boys Vs. KLF)
Jam & Spoon – My First Fantastic F.F.
Illuminatae – Tremora Del Terra
DJ Tim & Ortega – Heartbreak
Rhythm Control – Acid Jack
The Prodigy – Everybody in the Place
Greed – Give Me (Quadrant Remix)
Lab Technicians – Sweet Perfection
The Moody Boys – Funky Zulu, You’re So Fresh (Refreshing Mix)
Blapps Posse – Bus It (It’s TIme to Get B’zy)
Da Juice – C’Mon C’Mon (Mental Bass Mix)
Dupree – Brass Disk
Lost – The Gonzo
Nightmares on Wax – A Case of Funk
Nexus 21 – (Still) Life Keeps Moving (InstruMENTAL Dub Mix)
N-Joi – Malfunction
GTO – Elevation (Troll Mix)
3xt – Aaah!
Tones Energy – Phantasm
The Night Tripper – Tone Exploitation
CJ Bolland – Horse Power
Kick Ass Project – Always High, Never Down (E-Lurch Mix)
Project 86 – Industrial Bass (Industrial Mix)
Direct – Let it Ride (Remix)
Eurythmics vs. Dave Angel – Sweet Dreams (Nightmare Mix)
Rum & Black – Wicked
Rum & Black – ESQ
Is That It? – No Name Drum-a-pella
Outlander – Vamp (Alien Meets the Outlander Remix)
Virtual Reality – Make Some Noise
Rabbit City #1 – Beyond Control
Cubic 22 – Night In Motion
Frequency – Where Is Your Evidence (Hard Harder Mix)
Bizarre Inc. – Plutonic
Doc Scott – Surgery (The Remix)
M-D-Emm – Get Down (Inst Mix)
2 Housers – XTC, I Love You (Overdose Mix)
Digital Excitation – Dream Party (Straight FM-Mix)
Destruction Production – Best MindF*** Yet
The Scientist – The Excorcist (Ya-Ya Mix)
Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon
Addis Posse – Let the Warriors Dance (Funky Funky Drum Drum Mix)
True Faith w/ Final Cut – Take Me Away
Gat Decor – Passion
Rhythm on the Loose – Break of Dawn

7 thoughts on “DJ Mojo – An Epic Oldskool Journey”

  1. I was at this party…of course I was at all Family parties…I miss Joey!!! He freaking rocked tha house!

  2. Ha! I still have that FAMILY membership card. Doug even made me sign the back and they laninated it right there at the party. Thats funny….

  3. Hey, would you agree that the winning blu mar ten riexems actually more closely adhere to blu mar ten’s usual style than did their own version of the track? Except maybe the last one in your collage. Even though that last part was harder sounding than the original, it was slower. Or did you slow it down to match the others? I was thinking that maybe in these competitions you should first understand the original artist’s style, and make that your foundation. Beyond that I would bring your own style in as a texture. I particularly liked the first version in the collage. The warm piano is a really nice touch.Don’t get me wrong, this is not about how much I like yours, because I totally do. This is about winning the contests, which I’d like to see you do.

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