Paul Oakenfold Live at Spectrum 1988

01. [00] Jhalib – Mysteries Of The East
02. [05] Code 61 – Drop The Deal
03. [09] Cappella – Bauhaus
04. [11] Area Code 615 – Stone Fox Chase
05. [13] Beats Workin’ ‎– Sure Beats Workin’
06. [17] Orchestra J.B. ‎– On A Love Groove
07. [20] N.T. Gang – Wam Bam
08. [24] Off – Electrica Salsa (12″ Version)
09. [29] Taurus Boys – You Are The One
10. [33] The Clash – The Magnificent Dance
11. [37] The Cure – Hot Hot Hot (Extended Mix)
12. [44] The Residents – Kaw-Liga
13. [48] The Break Boys – And The Break Goes On
14. [49] Black Riot – A Day In The Life
15. [52] Phuture – Acid Tracks
16. [57] Nitzer Ebb – Join In The Chant
17. [59] Gene And Jim Are Into Shakes ‎– Shake!
18. [63] Royal House – Can You Party
19. [66] The Endless Poker – The poke (The After Poke Mix)
20. [69] Company B – Perfect Lover
21. [72] The Todd Terry Project – Bango (To The Batmobile)
22. [76] The Project Club – Dance With The Devil
23. [77] Fantasy Club – Mystery Girl (Set Me Free)
24. [80] The Night Writers – Let the Music (Use You)
25. [85] More Kante – Yeke Yeke
26. [91] Fine Tribe – De Testimony (Collapsing Edit)

Everybody in the Place – Jeremy Deller

‘Part of ‘Second Summer of Love’—a four-part series in collaboration with Frieze—the new film written and directed by Jeremy Deller, explores the social history of the UK between 1985 and 1993 through the lens of acid house and rave music. The film is based on a real-life lecture given to a class of students in London.’

https://www.gucci.com/uk/en_gb/st/stories/videos/article/frieze-documentary-london

https://www.discogs.com/D-Shake-Yaaaaaaaaaah-Freestyle-Club-Mix-Techno-Trance-Paradise-Is-Now/release/37338