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    http://mrspring.info/media/live/mrsp...eland_1999.mp3

    Enjoy the 1999 Homelands set from mrspring.. ehh.. not much to add there really.. I remember VERY little. the set from 2000 is clearer for some strange reason... (answers on a postcard..) (wait, wtf is a 'postcard'?)
    Last edited by playthatbeat; Tue 30-10-2018, 6:12 PM.
    jUst plAythAtbEAt

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    Hows it going guys...would you know the first 3 tracks on this mix ..been driving me mad for years
    thanks in advance
    Eric

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    • #3
      First track was a whitelabel with the word 'Witness' printed on it in black ink, nothing on the b-side label. no idea about the 2nd one or the 3rd, they sound very like the stuff MOSTIKO were doing at the time.
      jUst plAythAtbEAt

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      • #4

        Homelands 1999 RTE/EBU monitor feed from mrspring on Vimeo.

        jUst plAythAtbEAt

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        • #5
          The Vimeo clip above is a copy of the broadcast on the day - some from the site in Co. Meath, then from back in the RTE2fm studio in Dublin. There is a chunk missing in the middle which carried more live sets, such as Laurent Garnier etc.

          The later part of the clip is NOT audio from the festival, but an overnight service for the thousands of people that were heading home after Ireland's first legitimate mass Dance event - this turned out to be a dry-run for what was to become '626' - a 13 hour a week block of dance & electronic music, the first such strand on a national radio service, and one that partially survives today (2019) as RTÉ2fm still broadcasts 12 hours a weekend of new electronic & dance music..
          jUst plAythAtbEAt

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          • #6
            Originally posted by playthatbeat View Post
            The Vimeo clip above is a copy of the broadcast on the day - some from the site in Co. Meath, then from back in the RTE2fm studio in Dublin. There is a chunk missing in the middle which carried more live sets, such as Laurent Garnier etc.

            The later part of the clip is NOT audio from the festival, but an overnight service for the thousands of people that were heading home after Ireland's first legitimate mass Dance event - this turned out to be a dry-run for what was to become '626' - a 13 hour a week block of dance & electronic music, the first such strand on a national radio service, and one that partially survives today (2019) as RTÉ2fm still broadcasts 12 hours a weekend of new electronic & dance music..

            Not sure what the Video perhaps was on that link once, but i see no footage from Homelands chief??

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