Jerome Hill
Some Of My Favourite Tunes...
Posted by keni
on 9 November 2009 (15:03:11)
goooood!!
Two and a half hours of raw techno tunage, scratched and stitched together by Don't Recordings' Jerome Hill
Techno heads checking the site will appreciate this lost goodie from one of the genre's undisputed dons, Jerome Hill. Recorded back in 2002 for the Overload Media site, the mix is, as it says on the tin, a selection of Jerome's favourite tunes from the time — in fact, there's nearly
 
Sadly the mix is only available 56kbps, but then it was recorded back in the day when super fat broadband pipes were something of a rarity. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth we say!
 
Tracklisting:
  • Plastic Bertrand — Ça Plan Por Moi
  • Green Velvet — Leave My Body
  • TSR — Monkey Suit Party ep
  • Ozone Breakdown (Anthony Rother remix)
  • Autist 05
  • Ceephax Acid Crew — Radiotin ep
  • Red Tide — Core 008
  • Radioactive Man — Itisanditisn't
  • Michele Fasano — Mechurachrome 03
  • Steve Rachmad on Jericho
  • Freak — Gaia
  • Senses — Destroyer
  • Ragga Twins — Shine Eye
  • Tipper — Tug o War
  • New Flesh vs Horsepower Productions — Stick n Move
  • Lenk — Blank Ltd 001
  • Wevie de Crepon — Ton Wah
  • ??
  • Neil Landstrumm — Tension in NY
  • Butler Kiev — Rewind Selector
  • Fenshu & Macross — Psychorock
  • 3d!T — Dont 03
  • Code 071 — Stand Together Yo Breakthrough
  • Surgeon — Death Before Surrender
  • Tobias Schmidt — Background Violence ep
  • Grandmaster Flash & Mellie Mel — White Lines
  • ??
  • Renegade Soundwave — The Phantom
  • Accapella — Hardnoise — Untitled
  • Bastard Pop Vol. 1
  • Autonation — Sit On The Bass
  • ??
  • X Trak — Packet Burst
  • Night Communication — Tribe Trip
  • Tube Jerk — Brainbag
  • Alex Cortex — Phlogiston
  • Cari Lekebusch — Vet Dom Som For Att '98
  • James Ruskin — Mutate and Survive
  • M25 — Refreaked
  • Si Begg — Testosterone Testicles
  • TSR — Monkey Suit Party ep
  • Ryoco — Cheese Queen
  • Michael Forshaw — Chan n Mikes
  • ??
  • Subhead — In the Blue Corner

Check out Jerome's new radio show on uncut.fm, every Wednesday starting 25/02/09!



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