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Innersense 'Live - New Years Eve' - 31.12.1992

17 July 2021 - 05:14 AM

Innersense 'Live - New Years Eve' - 31.12.1992

Sets released (as two 'Innersense' branded C90 tapes):

(Mampi) Swift / Ray Keith

(nb. Mampi Swift not listed on flyer)

Video footage:

Rufige Cru (P.A.)

(via Reinforced web site / youtube channel)

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Hellraiser 2 (trailer) [1:43]

03 May 2021 - 06:52 PM

0:55 "You can never escape"

Alex Reece & Wax Doctor - You Got Me

Incidental / link music on C4, late 1996

13 April 2021 - 07:22 PM

I'm sure I've mentioned about it before, but there was this tiny little bit of music Channel 4 were using towards the end of 1996, very late on possibly Nov/Dec, inbetween their evening programmes for the continuity announcer to introduce the next show, this was one out of a few when they revamped their station idents at that time

I remember it sounding very much like a photek off-cut, quite sparse with out much music to it - very reminiscent of the type of thing you might hear Fabio playing at that time. They didn't have it for long, by the new year they'd dropped it as an ident. I never caught it on video. Intriguing at the time

Tonic - "...fuck wit ya mind..." [August 1996]

01 April 2021 - 08:33 PM

There's a few of these unreleased Cybernet & Genetix type tracks that Tonic was playing on his shows on Kool FM in 1996 that never seem to have come out...

Here's one, and I'm sure I made a .RM clip of it back in the old days of the internet back in the hopes of getting an id

Obviously in the hard step / tech step vein, with Remadee on the mic stating "and this one's by the DJ Tonic himself" ...right after is played Renegade, which was later released on S.O.U.R. that year

As heard on their 24/08/1996 show.

tonic - ''fuck wit ya mind''.mp3

I may try and put up the others I have too

NB. Unfortunately embedded player is no longer working, as Flash has been discontinued as of December 31, 2020.
Hopefully someone can update the module to a HTML5 player?