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Released in a multi-fold Digipak, with most early copies having a transparent tracing paper type outer slip sleeve. Studio mixed rather than live, featuring various overdubbed effects throughout the mix. Cat# appears as: 'RenMix 1CD' (sleeve) / 'RENMIX 1 CD' (CDs).

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------ 1-01 to 1-03: Written, produced & mixed by Leftfield. Licensed from Hard Hands. 1-04: Written by Digweed/Muir/Leeming. Produced by Digweed. Licensed from Stress Records. 1-05: Written by Simpson/Hall/Brown.

Produced by Rhythm Invention. Licensed from Warp Records. 1-06: Written by Holmes/Beedle/Edwards. Produced by Ash/Holmes/ Co-produced by Edwards. Licensed from EMI Records.

1-07: Written by Ambrosio. Produced by Memphisto (sic). Licensed from Many Edizioni Musicali Srl. 1-08: Written & produced by Simmons/Harrison. Licensed from Bluebird Records. 1-09a and 1-09b: Written, produced & mixed by Sunscream (sic). Licensed from Sony Musical Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

1-10: Written by India/'Little' Louie Vega for Masters At Work Productions Inc. Licensed from Chrysalis Records Ltd. 1-11: Written & produced by That Kid Chris Staropoli for Blade To Rhythm Music Productions. Licensed from Digital Dungeon Records. 1-12a: Written by Vangelis. Produced by Dodici/Neri/Baroni/Mr.

Licensed from Dig It International. 1-12b: Written by Saunderson/Grey. Produced by Saunderson. Licensed from Virgin Records. 1-13: Written by Auerbach/Travell/Baker.

Produced by Bump. Licensed from Goodboy Records. 1-14: Written by Fellowes/Motion. Produced by Fernley.

Licensed from One Off Recordings. 1-15: Written by Pickering/Heard. Produced by M-People. Licensed from BMG Records (UK) Ltd. 2-01a: [uncredited.] 2-01b: Written & produced by Fluke. Licensed from Virgin Records. 2-02: Written by Dario T/Squiggley P/M Conte.

Licensed from Flying Records Productions. 2-03: Written & produced by Fluke. Licensed from Virgin Records. 2-04: Written by Astuti. Produced by Anziano for Nonsense Productions.

Licensed from Disco Magic Srl. 2-05: Written by Canepa. Licensed from MBG International Records. 2-06: Written by Belgrave/Black/Quinn. Produced by Hysterix. Licensed from BMG Records (UK) Ltd.

2-07: Written by Annadin. Produced by Valentine. Licensed from Big Fish Music Ltd. 2-08a to 2-09: Written & produced by Hornbostel/Marvin.

Licensed from Expanded Music. [2.08b: uncredited, but same track.] 2-10: Written by Sabadin/Zennaro. Produced by Sabadin/Zen/Ems. Licensed from Energy Productions Srl.

2-11: Written by Davis/Oakenfold/Wyzgowski. Produced by Oakenfold/Osbourne. Licensed from Perfecto Records.

2-12: Written by Bryant/Throup. Produced by Gleadall/Secret Life. Licensed from Pulse-8 Records. 2-13: Written by Scheller/Tye. Produced by Scheller.

Remixed by Deighton. Licensed from Primavera Records. 2-14: Written & produced by Hornbostel/Marvin. Licensed from Expanded Music. 2-15: Written by Conlon/Ursy/Jr./Butler. Produced by Marshall Jefferson.

Licensed from EMI Music. 3-01: Written by Pickering/Heard.

Produced by M-People/Heard. Licensed from BMG Records (UK) Ltd. 3-02: Written by Hall. Produced by Moby.

Licensed from Instinct Records. 3-03: Written & produced by Jaco. Licensed from Warp Records. 3-04: Written by Forbes/May. Produced by Spooky. Licensed from Guerilla. 3-05: Written by Brown/Drinnan.

Produced by Brown/Gypsy. Licensed from 23rd Precinct Recordings Ltd. 3-06: Written by Wilson/Amos. Licensed from BMG Records (UK) Ltd. 3-07: Written by Franciosa for Nonsense Productions. Licensed from Novamute. 3-08: Written EMF.

Produced by Jazzaed for Strychnine Productions/Dench/Atkin. Sketchup Pro 2014 Mac Crack Free Download. Licensed from EMI Records Ltd. 3-09: Written, mixed & produced by Jay Relf/ Licensed from Entity Records. 3-10: Written by Scott/Miller/Drinnan. Produced by Scott/Miller/Gypsy.

Licensed from 23rd Precinct Recordings Ltd. 3-11: Written by Playford/O'Keefe/Colebrooke. Produced by Playford.

Licensed from Moving Shadow Record Company. 3-12: Written by Sanchioni/Cherchia. Produced by Samyn.

Mixed by Jam El Mar & Marc Spoon. Licensed from React Records. 3-13: Written by Wills/Hevia/Quin. Produced by Hevia/Quin. Licensed from Network Records. 3-14: Written & produced by Smith/Hyde/Emerson.

Licensed from Junior Boys Own. ------ Project co-ordinator - Neil Rushton for Network (with loads of help from Judy).

Special thanks from Network to Geoff Oakes for making Renaissance happen and being a mate, Mark and Adam at Renaissance for being so helpful, Dominic Green at Baseroom for coming up with the original idea and getting things rolling, Sasha and Diggers for doing such a great job, Seven and Dobbs at 7pm for helping making things happen, all the record labels (majors and indies) who gave us their tracks and trusted we wouldn’t ruin them! Dave, Roger and everyone else at 3MV for being the ultimate 'M C Law' and clearing all the tracks - never has one person been so patient! From Geoff Oakes & Renaissance: My lasting gratitude to Sasha & John Digweed, who as both friends & DJ’s have given us such good memories. Very special thanks to: Mark Wheaton, Joanna, Neil & all at Network, Ian Ossia, Dominic Green & M-People. Thanks to: Nick Gundill, Karl Aussia & Lesslie, Adam Poole, Richard Benson, The Face, Mix-Mag, Chris Howe, Dave Seaman, Jeremy Healy, Alistair Whitehead, Nigel Dawson, Nicky Holloway, Bedrock, The Chuff Chuff Boys, Mike Pickering, De-Construction, A+M, The Conservatory - Derby, The Que Club, Venue 44, Seven & Dobbs, Francesca & Jenny Renamo, The Welsh Lads, Halo, Lamb Clothing - Nottingham, (Stace Bass, Kimball, Dave, Ace, Jimmy, Scott - Orlando), Tuckey Print & all those familiar faces at Renaissance.

Mixing & additional production by Sasha for 7PM Management. For further info about Renaissance & future events: 0782 514573 or 0782 514603. Marketed by Network: 021 766 7311. Distribution by Sony Music Operations order desk: 0296 399151. This compilation ℗ & © Network Records 1994. Made in England.

Sleeve notes: Richard Benson, The Face, 1994. ------ 'We are the music makers.

We are the dreamers of dreams We are the movers and shakers. Of the world forever, it seems. – Arthur O’Shaungenssy, Ode'. ------ Tracks not mentioned on the release: - 1-09a: Sunscreem 'Perfect Motion (Simple Dub Mix)'. - 2-01a: Tomita 'A Space Ship Lands Emitting Silvery Light'.

- 2-08b: Virtualmismo 'Mismoplastico (Rubber Mix)'. Track errors: - Nearly all tracks do not have the Featuring or Vocals credits, and some Remix credits (hence 'Uncredited'), which are taken from the individual releases. - 1-05: title appears as ', but is also the same as the ' version (on the 12').

- 1-06: title appears as 'De Niro (Spaceflight Remix)', rather than the correct ' on original releases. - 1-11: title appears as 'Keep On Pressin' On (Didn't I Show You Luv Mix)', rather than the correct ' on original releases. - 1-13: title appears as 'House Stompin' (Big Bump Mix)', rather than the correct ' on original releases. - 1-15' title appears as 'Renaissance (John Digweeds Full On Mix)', rather than the correct ' on original releases.

- 2-01b & 2-03: title appears as 'Slide', rather than the correct '. - 2-03: title appears as 'Slid (Scat And Frenzy)', rather than the correct ' or ' on original releases. - 2-05: title appears as 'Trance 1 (Oriental Psycho Estmix)', rather than the correct ' or ' on original releases.

- 2-06: a writing credit appears for a 'Quinn', but is likely wrong. - 2-13: remix artist doesn't appear, only and. - 3-05: wrongly credited to artist, instead of the correct related artist 'Sublime'. - 3-07: title appears as 'Age Of Love (Trance Dub + Fantasy Mix)', rather than the correct '. - 3-12: title appears as 'Age Of Love (Watch Out For Stella Mix)', rather than the correct '. Sasha’s Decade In The Mix: The DJ Veteran Talks About Old Times and His New 'Involv3r' Album 4/3/2013 by Michaelangelo Matos [SNIP] I know that a lot of early mix CDs were basically done with ProTools.

Was that the case with yours? No, they were all handmade. I never used a computer until we started working on them. We recorded three or four mixes in one go and then we’d get that chunk in the computer and take it on to the next three or four [track sequence]. We didn't use it in any kind of complicated way that you go about in making mixed CDs now. If there was any editing done, it was done on the real tape machine on the studio or something. Obviously, you and Digweed weren’t picking every single record together.

Did you each take turns putting those strings of tracks together? It's hard to recall it exactly. Definitely it was a collaborative effort, but I had certain records that really mixed together, whether it's three or four or even five or six, and then John would have a load to mix together.

We fused together like that. On one CD I did more of the mixing, and on another one, John might have done more of it. A lot of that “Renaissance” CD came from playing out live. So gave a listen to the 2004 remastered version, in its entry it's tagged as 'Progressive House, House, Trance', this one is tagged for some reason as Progressive Trance at the end. So would somebody mind to explain me which part is prog trance in this one apart Age of Love and the commercial State of Grace? Been searching for early 90s prog.

Trance like e.g. Liebs 'Blueprint' from 1994, and since this one is so praised by everyone and tagged as prog. Trance gave it a shot and got disappointed. This is nothing but the pure house. I'm not saying it's bad - it's great, top notch house productions, just check your hearing before tagging it as prog.

I am listening to Disc 1 of the original 1994 version right now on good headphones and I'm enjoying it. It is definitely of its time, but still good enough to carry me away.

And, my copy is as near mint as a well-played digipak CD that old is ever going to be, including the tracing paper outer sleeve. I will take a picture of the whole thing ensemble and add it to the excellent page-by-page pics someone else has already posted. I also have Renaissance Part 2, but although the CDs are in good condition, the cover for that is in a much-worse state!

Well its now 2013 and this Renaissance Mix Collection has certainly stood the test of time. Music comes and goes, we all listen to new albums and artists but for those of us who were fortunate enough to witness the inception of the Mix Collection, it will always have special meaning. Now as we approach the 20 year mark, this Mix Collection still has the ability to transport you back to a dance paradise in a musical tardis painted with the most amazing graffiti, and kicking out tunes to awaken the ghosts. The Mix Collection does not disappoint. It signifies an era and is packed in a presentation case that belongs in a gallery. Its a sensory masterpiece from front to back, from beginning to end.

It tells a story and most of all it continues to make me smile. I wonder how many of us have still got a perfectly intact rice paper'esque outer sleeve?:).