Ken Ishii, the star-dj from the far east does it again . He delivers a fresh and surprising mix of high quality house traxes from the most different styles. Ranging from jazz to latino house this Megamix video will give a lot of pleasure. Track Listings 1. Fool's Paradise - United Future Organization 2. The Phantom (Turntable Scratch Mix) - Renegade Soundwave 3. Bumbuphone - Fretless AZM 4. Theme From The Innocent - The Innocent 5. Fly Life - Basement Jaxx 6. NP2.1 - Flare 7. Mood (Optimystic Mix) - Symbols & Instruments 8. Gyroscope - Strange Attractor 9. Drums In A Grip - Frank De Wulf 10. Pumpin' Bass Manoeuvres - Ghetto Brothers 11. Dance Of The Naughty Knights - Jedi Knights 12. Atomic Moog 2000 - Coldcut 13. Buckfunk Discotheque - Buckfunk 3000 14. Dir.R - Flare 15. Circular Motion - Ken Ishii 16. Echo Exit - Ken Ishii 17. No-One In The World - Locust 18. Nautilus - Jake Slazenger 19. Squarepusher Theme - Squarepusher 20. Mass - Silent Poets
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Have you watched X-MIX: Fast Forward and Rewind (mixed by Ken Ishii) yet? What did you think about it?