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Paul Oakenfold has been touted as one of the world's leading DJ/remixers by various outlets including CNN, Rolling Stone, BPM, Remix and more.

In 2007 Paul Oakenfold released his Greatest Hits & Remixes through Perfecto/Ultra Records –a 20-selection strong collection of his seminal dance recordings and remixes. Its track listing ranges from original productions such as his ... Read more in Amazon's Paul Oakenfold Store

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  • Audio CD (23 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 3mv
  • ASIN: B0000509GC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Velvet (Chiller Twist Cosmosis Remix) - Velvet Girl
2. Ubik (The Dance Remix) - Timo Maas
3. Jazzin' The Way You Know (Menage A Trois Remix) - Jazzy M
4. Clarkness (Slacker Remix) - Dave Kane
5. Point 7 (Original Mix) - Tone Depth
6. Night Stalker (Original mix) - Altitude
7. Melodica (Original mix) - Leama
8. Decent (Original mix) - Bunker
9. Bullet in The Gun 2000 (Rabbit In The Moon Mix) - Planet Perfecto
10. Cried To Dream (Max Graham Remix) - Bullitt
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Darker (Reset The Breakers Mix) - Brancaccio & Aisher
2. Gyromancer (Wookie Slut Mix) - PMT
3. Dooms Night (Timo Remix) - Azzido Da Bass
4. Over Motion (Original mix) - Lyric Feat. Natali
5. Lost Vagueness (Oliver Lieb Vocal Remix) - Utah Saints
6. Diamond Black (Original mix) - Mekka
7. Flesh (Tiesto Remix) - Jan Johnston
8. North Sky (Original mix) - Blackwatch
9. Sunrise (DJ Tiesto Remix) - Goldscan
10. Silence (DJ Tiesto in Search of Sunrise Remix) - Delerium Feat. Sarah McLachlan
See all 11 tracks on this disc

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Inc. 18 Exclusive Tracks Velevet girl 'velvet (chiller twist cosmosis rmx)', timo maas 'ubik (the dance rmx)', jazzy m 'jazzin the way you know (menage a trois rmx)', dave kane 'clarkness (slacker rmx)', tone depth 'point 7', altitude 'night stalker', leama 'melodica', bunker 'decent', planet perfecto 'bullet in the gun (rabbit in the moon mix)', bullitt 'cried to dream (max graham rmx)', max graham 'bar none', branccio & aisher 'darker (reset the breaks mix)', pmt 'gyromancer (wookie slut mix)', azzido da bass 'dooms night (timo rmx)', lyric 'over emotion', utah saints 'lost vagueness (oliver lieb vocal rmx)', meeka 'diamondblack', jan johnson 'flesh (tiesto rmx)', blackwatch 'north sky', goldenscan 'sunrise (tiesto rmx), delerium 'silence (tiesto rmx)', element 4 'big brother'

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He likes to keep it in the family, does Paul Oakenfold. As the label boss of Planet Perfecto records and a dedicated trance producer in his own right, when it came to compiling Perfecto presents... Paul Oakenfold--Travelling, he doesn't appear to have had to look far beyond his own doorstep. No, it's fair to say that ...Travelling hardly casts its net wide, hinging as it does on several Perfecto tunes--the likes of Timo Maas and Jazzy M loom pretty large--and a fair few Oakey-penned compositions: a reworking of Planet Perfecto's podium-storming "Bullet In The Gun", Element 4's Moby-like stadium rave-up "Big Brother" and the intensely psychedelic trance of Bunker's "Decent" (the last, penned alongside fellow programmer Andy Gray). Assuming you can overlook Oakey's seemingly self-indulgent streak of nepotism, this makes for an undeniably consistent collection; even the more obscure choices segue in and out perfectly around cuts from Utah Saints, Dave Kane, and the Timo Maas-reworked take on Azzido Da Bass' "Doom's Night". --Louis Pattison

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 Sept. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Although I haven't heard much of CD.1 so can't really comment on that, I constantly listen to CD.2; a really well put together mix by Oakey with some excellent progressive trance tunes. One of the stand-out tunes has to be track 5, the Oliver Lieb mix of Utah Saints' lost vagueness, absolutely awesome! There's also the inclusion of the big tune of the time Azzido da Bass - Dooms Night (Timo Mass mix) which always helps. Perhaps Oakey didn't really need to include his Big Brother tune as it doesn't really fit in with the rest of the CD, but nevertheless a great mix CD and well worth owning.
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Finally got my hands on the Travelling CD. Here's what I thought: CD 1 - Blended and mixed beautifully, and a good amount of the mix remided me of Oakenfold during his Courtyard days at his Cream Residency. However, the inclusion of Timo Maas-Ubik and Jazzy M - Jazzin' the Way I found questionable. They are tracks 2 and 3 respectively on the mix and they just dont fit into the flow he had begun with the luscious yet funky Velvet Girl - Velvet tune. Around track 4 the mix picks up and flows beautifully all the way up until the RITM remix of Bullet In The Gun. We've all heard the tune a million times before, and even with the RITM mix, it doesnt fit. Things pick back up for the rest of the mix to finish off with the gorgeous Max Graham - Bar None CD 2 - Starts off with breakbeats reminiscent of Hooj Choons material..very lush and floating. Moves into New SKool Breaks which I found very surprising, and refreshing with PMT - Gyromancer. Things are tipped off the pace with the dark/funky breaks of Azzido da Bass. Track 4 picks back up with dreamy trance a la GU New York. Excellent move forward which is again tipped off balance by the Oliver Lieb mix of utah saints. An excellent tune by far, but it just doesnt seem to fit at that point. The rest of side 2 moves into a trance mix that contains good tunes, but just doesnt move anywhere, finishing up with the Oakenfold mix of the Big Brother theme. In conclusion - CD 1 - an excellent mix that showcases Paul Oakenfolds ability to weave together a tapestry of chunky trance grooves that are exciting, beautiful and moving. CD 2 - Too much scattered choice selections in the beginning. Doesnt flow very well until midpoint, but the tracks just dont capture the listener as they do on CD 1.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 26 Oct. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Paul Oakenfold mixes us up a superb blend of progressive trance with a slightly mello side to it. The selection is true Oakenfold style, easy listening yet very accessible. Even the selection of tunes brings about a sense of 'travelling' with many international cuts. Superbly constructed and a must buy for any Oakenfold fan.
Best tracks have got to be Mecca - Diamondblack, and Max Graham - Bar None
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By Bod on 2 Jun. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This CD is probably the best in my large collection of proggressive/trance/techno mixes. When i have tired of the commercial tracks on the Euphoria compilations (dont get me wrong, those are excellent!) i always come back to Oakey. The mixing is perfect as usual, there is a good selection of deep progressive tracks moving towards some fine trance tunes at the end of CD2 (Jan Johnston's Flesh, can't wait for the album!) This is pure perfecto quality that hasnt aged a bit since release! Check out the Global Underound series for more of this. But for now, use your hand to move the curser up to the top of the page and add this to your shopping basket. Fantastic stuff!
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POaul Oakenfold's ability to find a good tune and mix it with others into a complete stage set is only slightly dented here by limiting his music catchment to the Perfecto label (just like Digweed limits himself to Bedrock, however with disastrous results in his case). Interesting progressive trance throughout and only a few moments of dull industry standard house. Well, gotta cater for many tastes on one album these days, even those who actually have no taste.....
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Upon listening to the first CD I was truely impressed, a top selection of trance just hinting at the harder side. Unfortunately the second CD let me down. I shall keep the first CD and it shall be listened to very often, but the second CD shall probably languish in my collection never to be played again. The theme from Big Brother and other great chart hits?? Please. Worth buying for the first CD, and that alone? Maybe you can get that CD half price?? ;)
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By A Customer on 6 Nov. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I'm a big oakenfold fan but this album is a major diappointment . It isn't in the same league as Global underground New York or oakey's essential mix on radio 1 in february which was simply awesome . This album focuses more on being commercially succesful than being underground which is what oakey is so well known for . It's a pity to see so many top dj's these days falling into this bracket . oakey can do far far better .
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I liked the CD for some of the more recent tracks released, but overall I feel I have heard better mixes from the Radio 1 essential world tour Paul did a year or so ago. Although some tracks sounded good like Tone depth Point 7 and Element 4, the original mix without the vocals. This CD I would say os value for money, with 22 tracks, but I do look forward to hearing more original material from Paul.
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