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DJ Shnootz - Click to view profile DJ Shnootz - A Splash in the Cosmic Pond
Added: 20/01/2011
Styles: Acid, Progressive
Downloads: 169
Filesize: 94.4 mb
Duration: 41:15
Bitrate: 320 kbit/s

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DJ's Comments
Hey, everybody!
So, here is mix # 2 of my ‘Progressive Acid’ series, with a slightly heavier level of acid than part # 1 (though still retaining enough progressive/melodic elements to be included in this series, rather than my Fractal mixes). And, as promised, I used several samples in this mix, as well (though I tried not to overdo it, of course). In particular, I let the ending sample run a bit long, just because it’s so interesting, and incorporates many of the samples that I use elsewhere in the mix.

At any rate, I really hope you all enjoy it, as it truly was a blast to spin!

Ok, peace for now, and look for more mixes in the coming few days (as I start school again next week, and so I’m going to try to get several mixes uploaded before I go back….).


[Sample from Episode 1 of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos]
David Craig – Possessed by Fire – Telica
Cores – Dreiklang – Noom
Pablo Gargano – You Make Me Feel – Eve
Pablo Gargano – Grand Hall (Original Mix) – Eve
Pablo Gargano – Organ-Ic (Original Mix) – Eve
Pablo Gargano – Basspusher – Eve
Cores – Tryland – Noom
[Sample from Episode 10 of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos]

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