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THE HEIGHTS OF '99 FROM THE INSIDE

Shake – Frictional – Seventh City

1. Shake – "Tracks for my Father"/"Slipping In" – Seventh City ("Nothing like shameless self-promotion to make me feel special.")

The rest, in no particular order:

Moodymann – "Shades of Jae pt. II" – KDJ

Kerry Chandler – "The World is Yours" – Flipside

Jay Denham – "Pride (It’s time)" – Disko B

Jeff Mills – "If" – Purpose Maker

Sean Rudiman – "Evidence of Life" – Seventh City ("To the return of basslines in techno.")

Everything on 2000 Black & Laws of Motion (UK)

DJ Assault – "Dick Ride" – Assault Rifle ("Two years from now Detroit might think this is a good record.")

Bela Horizante, Brazil w/ Ed Rush and Tortoise – Dec. 99

The films The Best Man and The Sixth Sense

Paris – Throw

1. AdventNew Beginnings – 2xLP

2. Aztec Mystic – "Knights of the Jaguar" – UR

3. Advent – Combination Research – 1-10

4. Advent – "Gillandrax Remix"

5. Johnny L – "Magnetic" – XL

6. Various ArtistsWormhole – Virus

7. Dopplereffekt – "Gesamtkunstwerk" – DJ Gigolo

8. Tomas Barnet – "Do Bionics Crystalize/Do Prosthetics Melt" – Visilution

9. Osmetix – "Descent of the Phoenix" – Explore

10. Zombie Nation – "Kernkraft 200" – DJ Gigolo

Recloose – Planet E

1. Innerzone @ the Montreal Jazz Festival

2. Dwele – "Rise" (cassette)

3. Domu – "Dressed to Ill" – 2000 Black

4. Paperclip People live in Amsterdam – July 1999

5. The Sharif Party Series – Fall-Winter 1999

6. Moodymann – "Shades of Jae" – KDJ

7. New Year’s at Scott Z’s

8. The two Dirtiest Cats Ever – D(ragon)B(reath) and Mingus

9. Isolee – "Beau Mont Plage" - Playhouse

10. Driving with Dave C. in the NYC hurricane – Sept. ‘99 (Thank you, God!)

Carlos Souffront – Star 67 – SKR Dubplate Pressure

Eyes Wide Shut

Aphex TwinWindowlicker (video)

Moodymann – "Shades of Jae" – KDJ

SupercolliderHead On – Loaded

Isolee – "I Owe You" – Playhouse

Porter Ricks-Techno Animal – "Symbiotics" – Force Inc.

Visitor – "Basement Life" – Done

Jeff Mills in Toronto – June ‘99

Rhythm & Sound – "Smile" – Rhythm & Sound

Lighter Thief – Ifach

Dan Bell – Accelerate – Seventh City

1. Farben featuring the Dramatics – "Live at the Sahara Tahoe" – Klang

2. Anthony Shakir – "Tracks For My Father – 7th City

3. Pharoahe MonchInternal Affairs – Rawkus

4. Moodymann – "Shades of Jae" – KDJ

5. Problem Kids – "I Will Lead" – Paper

6. Morgan Geist – "Metro Area" – Environ

7. Richardo Villalobos – "Fussmilch" – Perlon

8. Thomas Brinkman – "Karin"

9. Busta Rhymes – "E.L.E."

10. Amel Larrieux – "Get Up"

DJ Godfather – Twilight 76 – Databass Records

1. DJ Godfather – "Player Haters in Dis House" – Databass

2. DJ Assault – "Mr. Muthafucka" – Assault Rifle

3. DJ Shortstop – "Let’s Run Bustos" – Databass

4. Sekter 17 – "Remote Control" – Twilight 76

5. Le Car – Aluminum Rectangles" – Sabotage

6. I.O.S. – "Rollin’ Through Time" – Fact

7. 313 Bass Mechanics – "Dress to Sweat" – Databass

8. I-f – "Space Invaders are Smoking Grass" – Interdimensional Transmissions

9. Detroit Grand Pubas – "Sandwitches" – Throw

10. DJ Funk – "Work It" – Dancemania

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