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Old Skool Radio Recordings From ThaMan (Teknoville 1991)

Red Bull Elektropedia on February 25, 2012 20:47

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Another Part of Teknoville 1991, with Lieve De Maeyer !
Playlist is included in the description, please fill in the ???

- Del Tha Funky Homo Sapien - Mistadobelina
- Digital Orgasm - Star Touchers
- Devastation - I Feel Love
- Cloud 9 - Dementia
- Black Baxter - Fuck You Up (Chico Ass Up Mix)
- Baby Ford - Fetish
- Pragha Khan - Injected With A Poison
- Code Red - Dreamer
- Double U - Please Don't Go
- Brother Grimm - Field Of Dreams
- N.R.G. - He Never Lost This Hardcore
- Una - Emotion
- 2 Pieces - Magic Bells
- Public Ambient - Revival Shadows
- 2 Hyped Brothers & A Dog - Doo Doo Brown
- Bomb - Rushin
- Dream Frequency - Take Me (Prodigy Remix)
- Rhythm Of Life - ???
- Rave Nation Ft. Juliette - Stand Up
- Eddie Flashin Fawlkes - 420-Low
- Speedy J - Something For Your Mind (Remix)
- Bassix - Let Yourself Go
- Gypsy Man ???
- Phuture - Rise From Your Grave
- Kim Syms - Take My Advice

Released by: ThaMan
Release date: Jan 1, 1991

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  • c_soul
    c_soul on April 07, 2012 10:39

    Meanwhile I found out that Teknoville, as a select programme under that name, got started in april 1993. I got that from an inlay card going with the second compilation cd of the programme.
    I contacted VRT to eventually inform me on the year StuBru started to program dance as a part of their (friday or saturday evening) schedule. Still, if a set contains quite a lot of 1992 material, it could not be taped january 1st 1991.

  • c_soul
    c_soul on April 07, 2012 10:14

    Impossible, simple as that. Half the setlist dates back from 1992. I'll get back with more correct info later on.

  • c_soul
    c_soul on April 06, 2012 21:41

    This set FOR SURE doesn't originate from 1991. Teknoville didn't exist yet, and the setlist contains a high degree of 1992 material too.
    Don't hype the value of Teknoville please. While it had its moments -sure- it was NO trendsetter, it was a follower, as quite some underground dance radio shows existed both in Belgium and Holland already before Teknoville took off. If I remember right, Teknoville got started either at the end of 1992 or in 1993.

  • nicag17
    nicag17 at 43.51 on February 28, 2012 06:00

    Bad ass old school electronica

  • DjOnkTioN
    DjOnkTioN at 9.50 on February 26, 2012 13:47

    Blake baxter Fuck you up ;)

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