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Cream Live 2 Box set

4.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (21 Jun. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Deconstruction
  • ASIN: B000007UIZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 102,079 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This has to be the best box set I've ever bought and the best produced by Cream. They're early CD's were a lot better than the later stuff.
I have listened to all the albums repeatidly and love them. The surprise of the set is the James Lavelle CD. Everyone I've ever played that CD to loves it instantly because its got something for everyone and doesn't fit into a snug compartment like the others perhaps would.
Its a shame this has been discontinued as it should be part of every die hard clubbers collection.
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By A Customer on 24 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
Oakenfold, Warren, Lavelle.. great line up, great mixes, great music!
First two cd's are trance based, with some superb tunes(Grace, ORN), expertly mixed (what do you really expect with these guys!), and very catchy. The third cd by Lavelle really kicks the trend of this kind of compilation by jumping in with a hip hop/rap style that grabs your attention from the start, and leaves you wanting more.
This cd is still a great listen even after all this time.
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Owned this album in my youth, sold it (along with many other Cream CDs) at a car boot some time ago after digitising all my albums - only for my hard drive to die and lose them all (a pre-cloud world!).

Repurchased this, and cream resident with Oakey, to relive those mis-spent days!
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This cd is brilliant,3 dj's 3 different mixes,this takes you back to when mixed cd's where actually mixed by someone and not a machine this is one of the best cream cd's you can get and it's worth getting the later ones from about 2003 are just run of the mill stuff get this and listen to some proper mixing.
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It's only one of the best bloody mix CD I had from the mid 90's. I played this many times at after-parties, it always went down well and was universally greeted with smiley faces each and every time. Happy days!
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By A Customer on 21 April 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album is not the best cream album, however it certainly is top draw. With its gentle mix of mainstream dance and trance to the more lesser known 'i remember that from somewhere' tunes. A must for all clubgoers out there. Nice One!!!
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The best of all the Cream Live mixes here. Oakenfold's is standard house (his standard, ergo good), Nick Warren's is superb mixing and includes two of Way Out West's best tracks (The Gift and Domination)...then comes Mo'Wax supremo/Unkle head-honcho James Lavelle. Or so he and Cream'd like you to believe! Five minutes listening will convince you otherwise and read the sleevenotes closely and you will notice that 'production' is by Somerset's finest, The Psychonauts. Flawless, inspired and at the time unmatched turntable wizadry (can't be Lavelle! He can't mix paint!). The choice of tracks for 1996 reflected Cream's expanding eclectic playlist and dj roster and the triple pack comfortably showcases the club's rightful place among the UK's better nights out of the 90s. For a while. Like all clubs, though, it went pants after a time. I saw all three of these disc jockeys at Cream in the 90s and it was one big party, I can tell you! Memories, memories... (One star missing because whilst Oakenfold was a big name, other djs were better at the time).
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This is an album for all Trance lovers. The best disc is probally number 2, with great mixes from Vincent De Moor, Fast & Dark Moon's mix of Loving You by Marc Et Claude. This is mt 2nd Cream Cd my 1st being Cream 2001. Im only 15 & only properly listened to Dance Music for a year, so my views are limited but i expect this will be a fav for a long time yet. DJ Quicksilver's Bellissima is the best Trance Track of all time.
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