Old School

BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 1993 10 30 Pete Tong [First ever Essential Mix]

Note: The downloadable version is a rebroadcast from December 2013.
Here is the first ever Essential Mix aired 30th October back in 1993, Pete Tong. This is really old school stuff and a piece of electronic music history.
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BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 1993 10 30 Pete Tong [First ever Essential Mix] [Uploaded.net download]

Tracklist:
01.Eternal – Save Our Love (Remix) [EMI]
02.Bottom Dollar – Rock Ya Body [Olympic]
03.All Boxed In – Happen [Stress]
04.D-Tek – Drop The Rock [Positiva]
05.DJ Duke – Blow Your Whistle [US Trax]
06.Kim Wilde – In My Life (Remix) [MCA]
07.Victor Simonelli – Do You Feel Me [Fruit Tree]
08.Dina Carroll – Here [A&M]
09.Lisa B – You & Me [FFRR]
10.Soul Solution – Love, Peace & Happiness [FFRR]
11.Sultana – Te Amo (Caliente Mix) [Ital. Volumex]
12.Bj̦rk РBig Time Sensuality [One Little Indian]
13.Swordfish – Missing Factor [Violation]
14.The Sandals – Where You Want To Love [Open Toe]
15.Sabres Of Paradise – Smokebelch II (David Holmes Mix) [Sabres Of Paradise]
16.Rene & Gaston – Untitled [Dutch Fresh Fruit]
17.The Good Strawberries – Untitled
18.Mindwarp – One [Stress]
19.Apollo 440 – Astral America [Epic]
20.FKW – Seize The Day [PWL]

BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2010-12-11 with Pete Wardman and Tony De Vit

“Dave Pearce presents 30 years of classic dance anthems from electro to techno via hardcore and house alongside future big room club tunes. This week Dave is joined by DJ Pete Wardman to look back at two decades of the infamous Trade club night. The first ever legal all night party in the UK, Trade started at Turnmills in London in 1990, before spreading out to Bristol, Cardiff, Ibiza and beyond. The club became famous for DJs like Tall Paul playing cutting edge underground dance music, and hosting some of the most hedonistic parties the UK club scene ever saw. It was also famous for its door policy “You don’t have to be gay or a member to get in, but your attitude and look will count”, and played an important role in gay nightlife throughout the 1990s. Pete Wardman – one of Trade’s residents – joins Dave to share his memories of the club and picks five seminal tunes from its history. In the last 30 minutes there’s an archive mix from one of Trade’s most famous residents – Tony De Vit – recorded for BBC Radio 1 in 1995.”
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BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2010-12-11 with Pete Wardman and Tony De Vit [Filesonic download]

Tracklist:
Adeva – Respect (1989) [Cooltempo]
Roger Sanchez Feat. Far East Movement – 2Gether (2010) [White]
The Bucketheads – The Bomb (1996) [Positiva]
Sasha – Xpander (1999) [Deconstruction]
Paul Oakenfold – Amsterdam (2006) [Perfecto]
Delerium – After All (Svenson & Gielan Mix) (2003) [Nettwerk]
Taiko – Die Blechtrommel (1999) [Incentive]
Hi-Gate – Gonna Work It Out (2001) [Incentive]

PETE WARDMAN IN CONVERSATION
E-Trax – Let’s Rock (1993) [Tidy Trax]
Welcome Committee – Welcome (1996) [I Said Shut Up]
Raff vs. Grit Greenglow – Propaganda 303 (Bass Graffiti Remix) (2003) [Jump Wax]
99 Allstars – Chemical Generation (1998) [99 North]
99th Floor Elevators – Hooked (Pete Wardman Remix) (1994) [Triumph]
Tony De Vit – Are You All Ready? (1996) [Jump Wax]

TONY DE VIT – ARCHIVE MIX – 1995
Elevatorman – Funk and Drive (1995) [Wired]
The Phorce – Strong (1995) [Phat Test Pressing]
Jason Nevins – Wonderland (1994) [The Jason Nevis EP]
The Numerical Value – Krazy Noise (1995) [Sharp]
Vudú – The Callin (1995) [Grassgreen]
Decadance – Hot Shuffle (1994) [Sounds Good]
Tony De Vit – Burning Up (Dub Mix) (1995) [Icon]

BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2010-12-04

“Dave Pearce presents 30 years of classic dance anthems from jungle to jump-up electro, via, house, hip hop and big room tunes. This week there’s another featured record label profile, and Dave takes a look another UK club which played a pivotal role in dance culture. There also a selection of your requests, plus future anthems from Deadmau5 and Avicci. In the final 30 minutes, Dave goes ‘in the mix’ with a selection his favourite cuts currently filling dancefloors worldwide.”
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BBC Radio 6 Music Dave Pearce Dance Anthems 2010-12-04 [Hotfile download]

Tracklist:
Who Da Funk — Shiny Disco Balls (2002) – Cream
The Shamen — Ebeneezer Good (1992) – One Little Indian
Grace — Not Over Yet (1995) – Pefrecto
Seven Grand Housing Authority — Question (1993) – Olympic
Leftfield — Open Up (1993) – Hard Hands
Dirt Devils — Music Is Life (2003) – Nulife
187 Lockdown — Gunman (1997) – Eastwest
A Guy Called Gerald — Voodoo Ray (1989) – Rham!
Paul van Dyk — We Are Alive (2000) – Vandit
The Thrillseekers — Synaethesia (1999) – Vandit
Filo & Peri — Anthem (2007) – Vandit
SL2 — Way In My Brain (1992) – XL
Sonz of a Loop da Loop Era — Far Out (1991) – Suburban Base
Ratpack — Searchin’ For My Rizla (1992) – Rat Pack Music
Manix — Oblivion (Head In The Clouds) (1992) – Reinforced
Rank 1 — Airwave (2000) – Manifesto
The Space Brothers — Legacy (Show Me Love) (1999) – Manifesto
York — Awakening (1998) – Manifesto
Gouryella — Gouryella (1999) – Positiva
Jonathon Stone — Always and Forever (2010)
Jochen Miller — Upad (2010) – High Contrast
Laidback Luke — Timebomb (2010)
Eric Prydz — Niton (2010) – Ministry of Sound
Dart Rayne & Yura Moonlight — Rotate (2010)
Bryan Kearney — Goosebumps (2010) – Subculture