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DJ Dag - Essential DJ Mixes Vol. 1 Album

DJ Dag - Essential DJ Mixes Vol. 1 Album

  • Performer: DJ Dag
  • Genre: Electron
  • Title: Essential DJ Mixes Vol. 1
  • Released: Apr 2003
  • Style: Deep House, Progressive Trance, Tech House
  • Label: More Music And Media
  • Catalog: 0000112MOM
  • Country: Germany
  • MP3 version size: 1518 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1780 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 239


1IndianaDo You Hear Me (Dino Lenny Remix)
Remix – Dino Lenny
2D.J. DagPeople Of The Main (Release Yourself)5:34
4NikolaiLook To The Future (Original Mix)5:20
5Timo Maas Feat. KelisHelp Me (Deep Dish Attacks Mars Rmx)
Featuring – KelisRemix – Deep Dish
6 Oldschool
74 VoiceFair Light 25:36
8FortressAn Angel Saved My Life7:42
9TransaNightstalker (Remix)6:51
10QuenchDreams (Extended Mix)5:20
11PeyoteHappy Birthday (Alcatraz)5:34
12Dance 2 TranceWhere Is Dag5:45
13AnticDigital Mass5:33
14Jimi TenorTake Me Baby4:04
15Global TransferMove (Time Remix)5:46
16The FreakAddictive (Original Mix)8:59
17Hole In OneYoga Session (Basic Trance Mix)6:30
18AutotunePlastic Attitude4:17
19Adams And Krimson ProjectWelcome (Brosphere Mix)4:45
20 Newschool
21Progressive AttackHypnotic Harmony (Part 2)7:18
22The RealmThis Is Not A Break Down (Original Mix)7:07
23Shawn Rudnick & Ben GrassinRules Of The Game (Original Mix)7:25
24M.A.N.D.Y. & The Sunset PeopleSunset People (Es Vedra Mix)7:30


  • DJ MixDJ Dag


  • Barcode: 4032989102556
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): A380017-01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): A380017-02
  • Label Code: LC 00708
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI L572
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2): IFPI L571
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Gietadia Gietadia
Nice compilation by veteran DJ Dag. The often proclaimed 'Godfather of Trance' proves that he is much more than that. His later sets come with a pleasantly fresh mix of deeper house and techhouse trax.

Pretty sure, though, that many of his oldtime fans will only listen to CD2 of this package for Dag delivers what they´d come to hear him for over the last decade or so. But CD1 is definitely closer to the present and future sound of Dag.

Both CDs leave one with a somewhat mixed impression, though, as Dag chose to end both mixes with the worst possible tracks...