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Professor Oz - Robotronic



Professor Oz Robotronic
Professor Oz - Robotronic
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C., 2009-02-01

Our own estimed electro, ambient and deep house specialist, the mighty Professor Oz, called on day to tell us about a thematic mix he had cooked specially for us, centered on robotic voices, Zapp's famous talk-boxing.... He had just finished producing his wife's album, Nelo's upcoming "Rue Myrha", and wanted to take a bit of time to be a part of Paris DJs ever-expanding collection of thematic musical trips. Too bad, his previous mix "Chill-Out zone" is not available anymore - but be reassured the Prof will be back very soon with new sugar mixes deep-pan fried just for your ears...

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Tracklisting :
01. Bootsy Collins - Party On Plastik (Da House Mix) (from 'Party On Plastic' 12 inch, 1988 / Columbia)
» more info on bootsycollins.com | myspace.com/bootzillaproduction | wikipedia.org «
02. West Street Mob - Break Dance (Electric Boogie) (from 'Break Dance (Electric Boogie)' album, 1984 / Sugar Hill)
» more info on discogs.com «
03. Zapp - Dancefloor (from 'Zapp II', album, 1982 / Warner)
» more info on myspace.com/thetroutmans | wikipedia.org «
04. Paul Harcastle - Sound Chaser (from 'Paul Hardcastle / Universal Funk - Zero One' album, 1985 / 10 Records)
» more info on paulhardcastle19.com | paulhardcastle.co.uk | wikipedia.org «
05. Visit Venus - Planet Of The Breaks (Escape) (from 'The Endless Bummer' album, 1998 / Yo Mama's Recording)
» more info on myspace.com/youvisitvenus | discogs.com | yomama.de «
06. Kraftwerk - Expo 2000 Remix (from 'Krafwerk Expo Remix' CD, 2000 / Kling Klang)
» more info on kraftwerk.com | myspace.com/kraftwerk | wikipedia.org «

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Links :
www.professoroz.com
myspace.com/ozooloo


Credits :

Selected and mixed by Professor Oz (T.I.M.E.C.)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
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