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Technics Present The 1990 MixMag/Kiss FM Mastermixes


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1775 mb

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1886 mb

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House, Techno, Downtempo



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Various - Technics Present The 1990 MixMag/Kiss FM Mastermixes FLAC

Various - Technics Present The 1990 MixMag/Kiss FM Mastermixes FLAC

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Major Force Mastermix 14:12
1.1 Major Force Feat. DJ Milo* Return Of The Original Artform
Featuring – DJ Milo*
1.2 Major Force Feat. DJ Milo* Thumpin
Featuring – DJ Milo*
1.3 T.P.O.* Family Stoned Beat
1.4 The Orchids I Will Call You (Instrumental)
1.5 Tycoon Tosh & Terminator Troops* Live Wire Voo Doo
1.6 Tiny Panx* Last Orgy (Instrumental)
1.7 Tycoon Tosh & Terminator Troops* Zengun In Action
Warp Records Mastermix 13:59
2.1 Sweet Exorcist Test 4
2.2 Nightmares On Wax Aftermath (LFO Remix)
Remix – LFO
2.4 Forgemasters Shall We
2.5 LFO Track 4
2.6 LFO Mentok 1
2.7 Nightmares On Wax Dextrous
2.8 Forgemasters Track With No Name
2.9 LFO Probe
Creation Records Mastermix 9:54
3.1 The Sound Of Shoom I Hate Hate
3.2 Hypnotone Dream Beam
3.3 Crazy Eddie & Q.Q. Freestyle Nene De Ibiza
Gee Street Mastermix 17:15
4.1 Queen Latifah Evil That Men Do
4.2 Troy Taylor The Way You Move
4.3 Jungle Brothers Because I Got It Like That (Ultimatum Mix)
Remix – Ultimatum
4.4 Jungle Brothers Because I Got It Like That (Richie Rich Mix)
Remix – Richie Rich
4.5 Jungle Brothers The Break
4.6 Outlaw Posse Cashing Large Cheques
4.7 Outlaw Posse Make Da Moov
NuGroove Records Mastermix 13:56
5.1 Transphonic Get Down
5.2 Roqui Lover
5.3 Joey Negro Do It, Believe It
5.4 Bas Noir I'm Glad You Came To Me
5.5 Asia Love You Should Be Here
5.6 Open House Keep With The Pace


  • DJ Mix – Colin Faver (tracks: 2.1 to 2.9), Danny Rampling (tracks: 3.1 to 3.3), Judge Jules (tracks: 1.1 to 1.7), Richie Rich (tracks: 4.1. to 4.7), Tee Harris (tracks: 5.1. to 5.6)
  • Engineer [Compilation] – Grant Goddard, Guy Wingate
  • Other [A&r Co-ordinator] – Guy Wingate
  • Other [Assistant On Warp Mix] – Gordon Matthewman (tracks: 2.1 to 2.9)
  • Other [Project Co-ordinator] – Guy Wingate, Heddi Greenwood, Peter Larwood


Each track is an entirely seperate mix for one record label.

Each track begins with Kiss F.M. station idents before the mixes start. Each track also has two Kiss FM station idents played over the actual mix itself at various points.

Compilation engineered at Kiss FM. Pressed in the UK by Nimbus Records, Cwmbran, Gwent.

Free with the December 1990 issue of MixMag.

Inlay artwork/tracklist was printed in the pages of the magazine to cut out.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: TCD 010 . MASTERED BY NIMBUS

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TCD 010 Various The 1990 MixMag / Kiss FM Mastermixes ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, Mixed, Promo) Technics TCD 010 UK 1990

Having just discovered all this new electronic music in all it's various guises, this cd was an absolute godsend. Smartly tying together the only widely available magazine that was covering the emergent dance music scene in any depth and djs from the newly-legit Kiss 100FM in London (thankfully receivable a good deal further than the actual capital itself), it was a window for young unenlightened idjits such as myself into the sound of tomorrow today. Considering the limitations of time that each dj had to push their own style, it must have been a tortuous process to decide which tunes to use! My favourite mixes were the Warp Records Mastermix - for the industrial sound of Sheffield; the Creation Records Mastermix to bring you into the balearic Ibiza sunshine and the NuGroove Mastermix to remind you of where it all began, back over the other side of The Pond. That's not to denigrate the other mixes which are all eminently listenable, just not totally my cup tea like ;-) To give away a free cd on the cover, what is now a standard feature for magazines, back then was revolutionary; and in doing so, all those involved opened up alot of virgin minds to exciting new sounds. Thanks!
"A few issues ago we received a letter from a reader asking us if we’d ever thought of putting a cassette on the front of the magazine featuring the artists we write about. At that time, plans were already underway for such a project but within weeks we’d had the idea of being the first lifestyle magazine to give away a free compact disc courtesy of the generosity of Technics whose sponsorship of dance music is well-documented, from their continued investment and production of the celebrated SL1200 deck through to their annual sponsorship of the DMC World Mixing Championships. Then came the question of what music to choose. Rather than just a CD full of individual tracks, we thought the idea of mastermixes was far more appropriate to what MixMag and dance music is all about. Discussions with London’s Kiss 100 FM had been in progress since before the station launched in September and when approached with the idea of a CD, they were more than happy to lend five of their most famous DJs to the project, each of whom chose product from respective favourite record labels to mastermix. We owe many thanks to the five record companies involved who all put in many hard hours to make this project possible and we’re sure you’ll agree that the selection of tracks on the disc are highly representative of the way dance music is going in the nineties….." MixMag, Christmas 1990

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