History Creator / GlobalUnderground

11th Aug '16 3:46:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* [=GU017=]: Danny Tenaglia in [[{{London}} London, United Kingdom]]

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* [=GU017=]: Danny Tenaglia in [[{{London}} [[UsefulNotes/{{London}} London, United Kingdom]]



* [=GU030=]: Nick Warren in [[{{Paris}} Paris, France]]

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* [=GU030=]: Nick Warren in [[{{Paris}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Paris}} Paris, France]]
24th Apr '16 1:26:07 AM aye_amber
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The series was responsible for bringing the role of the DJ to prominence. From ThatOtherWiki: "Billboard has recognized Global Underground as the first DJ mix compilation to place high-quality photographs of [=DJs=] on the album covers. This, it further asserted, played a part in turning [=DJs=] into superstar figures within the culture of electronic dance music." Prior to this, most electronic music artists (such as AphexTwin) were somewhat reclusive.

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The series was responsible for bringing the role of the DJ to prominence. From ThatOtherWiki: "Billboard has recognized Global Underground as the first DJ mix compilation to place high-quality photographs of [=DJs=] on the album covers. This, it further asserted, played a part in turning [=DJs=] into superstar figures within the culture of electronic dance music." Prior to this, most electronic music artists (such as AphexTwin) Music/AphexTwin) were somewhat reclusive.
13th Mar '16 9:15:29 PM MrBadAxe
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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Music/MarkusSchulz's yearly mix series.

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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Music/MarkusSchulz's yearly (2005-2013) mix series.
25th Dec '15 6:28:56 PM FF32
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A series of 2-disc mixes highlighting up-and-coming DJs.

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A series of 2-disc mixes highlighting up-and-coming DJs.
[=DJs=].
29th Oct '15 9:40:49 AM MrBadAxe
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All the mixes in the series have been 2 [=CDs=] in length. In the initial live mixes, this merely meant a slight break in the set. On later mixes, this allowed [=DJs=] to craft [[DistinctDoubleAlbum two separate mixes, often of vastly differing character]]. For the most part, mixes are house and trance, though there are a few deviations into breakbeat, ambient, and DrumNBass (The first two thirds of the first CD of GU 004, Paul Oakenfold in Oslo, was DrumNBass). The format of two CD-length mixes has been adopted by numerous [=DJs=] since.

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All the mixes in the series have been 2 [=CDs=] in length. In the initial live mixes, this merely meant a slight break in the set. On later mixes, this allowed [=DJs=] to craft [[DistinctDoubleAlbum two separate mixes, often of vastly differing character]]. For the most part, mixes are house and trance, though there are a few deviations into breakbeat, ambient, and DrumNBass (The first two thirds (both of the first CD of GU 004, Paul Oakenfold in Oslo, was Oakenfold's mixes have dipped into DrumNBass). The format of two CD-length mixes has been adopted by numerous [=DJs=] since.
29th Oct '15 9:35:28 AM MrBadAxe
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[[folder: Global Underground releases]]

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!Releases

[[folder: Global Underground releases]]City Mixes]]
The original. A series of 2-disc mixes featuring a globetrotting DJ crafting a mix in an exotic clubbing location.


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* [=GU041=]: James Lavelle in Naples, Italy


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[[folder:Samplers]]
A series of 1-disc mixes highlighting a selection of tracks from the most recent GU mixes.

* [=GUSAM001=]: ''Departures''
* [=GUSAM002=]: ''Arrivals''
* [=GUSAM003=]: ''Destinations''
* [=GUSAM004=]: ''Locations''
* [=GUSAMUS001=]: ''Passport''
* [=GUSAM005=]: ''Exposures''
* [=GUSAM006=]: ''Synchronised''
* [=GUSAM007=]: ''Synchronised 2''
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A series of 2-disc mixes highlighting up-and-coming DJs.

* [=NU001=]: Anthony Pappa
* [=NU002=]: Danny Howells
* [=NU003=]: Steve Lawler
* [=NU004=]: Sander Kleinenberg
* [=NU005=]: Lee Burridge
* [=NU006=]: Satoshi Tomiie
* [=NU007=]: Jim Rivers
* [=NU008=]: Sultan
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1st May '15 10:51:44 PM KizunaTallis
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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Markus Schulz' yearly mix series.

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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Markus Schulz' Music/MarkusSchulz's yearly mix series.
30th Apr '15 2:32:33 PM MrBadAxe
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* [=GU040=]: Solomun in Hamburg, Germany
19th Oct '14 6:34:36 PM MrBadAxe
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The series was responsible for bringing the role of the DJ to prominence. From ThatOtherWiki: "Billboard has recognized Global Underground as the first DJ mix compilation to place high-quality photographs of [=DJs=] on the album covers. This, it further asserted, played a part in turning [=DJs=] into superstar figures within the culture of electronic dance music."

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The series was responsible for bringing the role of the DJ to prominence. From ThatOtherWiki: "Billboard has recognized Global Underground as the first DJ mix compilation to place high-quality photographs of [=DJs=] on the album covers. This, it further asserted, played a part in turning [=DJs=] into superstar figures within the culture of electronic dance music."
" Prior to this, most electronic music artists (such as AphexTwin) were somewhat reclusive.
11th Apr '14 4:43:10 AM LongLiveHumour
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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Markus Schulz' yearly mix series.

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Another prominent item is the location. Each release is a retrospective on a performance by a globe-trotting DJ ([[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness though the first few were recorded live]], this was quickly scrapped), and the exotic location features heavily in the liner notes, frequently including a description of the local nightlife by Dom Phillips, editor of Mixmag. To date, Global Underground [=DJs=] have released mixes on every continent except Antarctica. [[note]]Asia was first (Tel Aviv, Israel), followed by Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), North America (NewYorkCity), (UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity), South America (Sao Paulo, Brazil), and finally Africa (Cape Town, South Africa).[[/note]] The formula of highlighting a location with each mix has been copied by other [=DJs=], including {{Music/Tiesto}}'s ''In Search of Sunrise'' series (starting with volume 3 and continuing through Richard Durand's tenure from vol. 8 on) and Markus Schulz' yearly mix series.
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