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VA – The Best Of Orlando Voorn

Label/Cat#: Free For All (Be Yourself Music) – FFAD009
Source: WEB
Release date: 2019-05-17
Format: flac
Quality: lossless
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno

1. Fix – Flash (Original Mix)6:06
2. Playboy – A Paco Di Bango’s World (Vocal Mix)5:22
3. Playboy – In Da Jungle (1996 Original Mix Remastered)6:22
4. Format – Burning Passion (Original Mix)4:33
5. Format – Solid Session (Original Mix)4:21
6. Frequency – Where Is Your Evidence? (Original Mix)5:12
7. The Nighttripper – Machine City (Original Mix)6:14
8. Frequency – Kiss The Sky (Original Mix)4:45
9. Orlando Voorn – Boomerang (Exclusive Download Only) (Original Mix)8:48
10. Orlando Voorn, Format – Dance (Original Mix)6:24
11. The Nighttripper – Tone Exploitation (Original Mix)5:11
12. Orlando Voorn – Still (Exclusive Download Only) (Original Mix)6:34
13. Orlando Voorn, Galaxy – Loop (Original Mix)7:20
14. The Nighttripper – Future City (Original Mix)5:17
15. The Progress – Progression (Original Mix)5:35
16. Complex – Dream World (Original Mix)5:24
17. Complex – Edge Of Self Control (Original Mix)5:57
18. Defence – Travelling Through The Speed Of Music (Original Mix)8:38
19. DJ Misjah, Format – Solid Session (DJ Misjah XXXLarge Mix)10:09
20. Format – Ya Can’t Stop Me (Original Mix)5:07
21. The Living Room – Whispering Sounds (Original Mix)6:42
22. Frequency – Kiss The Sky (Remix)4:41
23. Baruka – Anti Political Behaviour (Original Mix)5:12
24. The Nighttripper – Pixote (Original Mix)6:02
25. Frequency – Xanadu (Original Mix)4:33


‘The Best Of Orlando Voorn’ contains 25 of his biggest hits including; “Flash” (Fix, 1992), “A Paco Di Bango’s World” (Playboy, 1996), “Solid Session” (Format, 1996) and “Where Is Your Evidence?” (Frequency, 1991).

Dutch producer Orlando Voorn is one of the most prolific techno artists of the ’90s, releasing tracks under a multitude of monikers. His first releases came in 1988 as Fix-O-Matic and Xit; two years later, in 1990, he returned as Trigger and Oscare before releasing several tracks as Frequency for Lower East Side Records. These Frequency productions were his taste of success, leading to a relationship with several Detroit techno artists: he collaborated with Juan Atkins and Blake Baxter, and Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson released some of his records on their records labels, Fragile and KMS Records.

After a radio silence for over a decade, Voorn released two new albums in 2013 under his alter ego The Living Room – followed up by yet another album in the summer of 2014 called Black Diamond, which received rave reviews. And now in 2019, for the very first time ever – his works from 1988 up until 2005 are available in online stores worldwide, where previously these releases were only available on vinyl.

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