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DJ-Kicks: Booka Shade


DJ-Kicks: Booka Shade is a DJ mix album, mixed by Booka Shade. It was released on the Studio !K7 independent record label as part of the DJ-Kicks series.

Track listing

  1. "A Different Kind Of Blue" - Passengers
  2. "Slum Girl" - Nôze
  3. "In The Smoke" - Cerrone / "Hang Around" (Wahoo Dub) - Ben Westbeech
  4. "The Bank Robbery" - John Carpenter
  5. "Estoril" - Booka Shade
  6. "Situation" (US 12" remix) - Yazoo
  7. "The Misida Monarchy" - Akiko Kiyama / "The Things I Saw" - Karel Fialka
  8. "2 Fast 4 U" - Lopazz
  9. "Play Your Part" - Quarion
  10. "Arrival At The Library" - John Carpenter / "Far Away" - Mile Caro & Franck Garcia
  11. "Alberto Balsam" - Aphex Twin
  12. "Geisha Boys And Temple Girls" - Heaven 17
  13. "Drums" - The Tubes
  14. "Contact" - Brigitte Bardot
  15. "Numbers" - Booka Shade
  16. "Karasu" - Quarion
  17. "It's Too Late" - The Streets
  18. "Virtual Nature" - Amir Ad Fontes
  19. "Landcruising" - Carl Craig
  20. "Tide" - Matthew Dear
  21. "Don & Sherri" (Hot Chip Remix) - Matthew Dear
  22. "Last Orders" - Richard Hawley

References

  • DJ-Kicks website


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