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The soundtrack to my life

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Too Low For Zero
Too Low For Zero
"1984 - First record I bought. Have to start somewhere!"
Born In The U.s.a.
Born In The U.s.a.
"1985 - The Boss - looking back, not one of his finest albums, try Born to Run instead"
Crowded House
Crowded House
"1986 - An album that still stands up. Australia's own Beatles."
Kick
Kick
"1987 - Every track here is a classic, shame everything they did afterwards was pretty poxy. Their three previous albums are also highly recommended"
Appetite For Destruction
Appetite For Destruction
"1988 - Axl and Slash, the bad boys with big hair deliver their killer album."
Crossroads
Crossroads
"1989 - Want to learn how to become a guitar hero? I did. This is a great place to start."
Exile On Main Street
Exile On Main Street
"1990 - Mick and Keith, the original bad boys, shacked up in French basement produce Rock n Roll's finest album"
In A Silent Way
In A Silent Way
"1991 - Final year exams - great music to study to and an excellent intro to Miles"
Directions in Groove
Directions in Groove
"1992 - Sydney's finest acid-jazz band. Highly skilled musicians turning in highly danceable beats. My first foray in to the exciting world of smoky jazz clubs"
Skunkhour
Skunkhour
"1993 - Highly underrated hip-hop / funk band from Sydney. So many good nights out listening to these guys."
Pulp Fiction: Music From The Motion Picture
Pulp Fiction: Music From The Motion Picture
"1994 - Smoked and shagged my way through 1994, this was the soundtrack."
A Love Supreme
A Love Supreme
"1995 - Finally I find Coltrane. The BEST jazz album ever, no contest."
The Very Best of Marvin Gaye
The Very Best of Marvin Gaye
"1996 - Happy days with my girly singing along with these classic soul tunes"
Beats, Rhymes and Life
Beats, Rhymes and Life
"1997 - Excellent hip hop album. Stayed in high rotation in my bedroom cd player."
The Fat of the Land
The Fat of the Land
"1998 - A toe in the water of dance music. I should have bought Prodigy's Experience cd"
You've Come A Long Way, Baby
You've Come A Long Way, Baby
"1999 - Further evidence that I had no idea about dance music in '99. Should have gone for Chemical Brothers or Underworld."
Songs from the South
Songs from the South
"2000 - Australia's Bob Dylan. Got me through a difficult break-up"
Home Sydney
Home Sydney
"2001 - Home nightclub in Sydney was my introduction to the stimulating world of dance music. Alex Taylor's progressive set here rates up with anything Sasha ever did."
Roger Sanchez Presents Release Yourself Ibiza 2002
Roger Sanchez Presents Release Yourself Ibiza 2002
"2002 - Roger serves up a set of big tunes and anthems. We used to play this on our Sunday morning mash-up sessions."
Movement: The Brazilian Job
Movement: The Brazilian Job
"2003 - Found out that maybe drum and bass isn't so inaccessible after all. This is a fantastic mix"
Excess Luggage
Excess Luggage
"2004 - 5 CD's of outstanding techno mixes. Bought this after 8 hours of non-stop dancing at the End to Monsieur Gurnier."
Slam: Nightdrive
Slam: Nightdrive
"2005 - Spent most of the year travelling and came back to London with this sound erupting everywhere. A moody, growling set of 3am dark techno"
Green and Blue: Ricardo Villalobos & Loco Dice In The Mix
Green and Blue: Ricardo Villalobos & Loco Dice In The Mix
"2006 - Highlight of the year was dancing outdoors to Villalobos, Hawtin & Luciano at a Berlin riverside cafe/club the Sunday after Love Parade. This cd is what it sounded like."