New Wave Diary Megamix 3
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Hi Julia, i'm new to your site. Your site is very interesting and refreshing. It refreshes my memory as a waver back in the heydays of new wave. I've saw ur site through DSR. Anyway, i tried to download all the NWD megamixes, but all the links to NWD megamixes does'nt work anymore...I only have the volume 2, so can u please upload it all again. Thank You very much and more power to you, to your site and to all wavers out there....
wow! the good thing is... i collected all the albums since high school and college days & converted it to mp3 and i'm still listening it to my PC and my phone...and my megamix 3 have 4 parts of remixes! i'm not complaining...
These megamixes have been making our family with our kids very happy. It brings joy. The kids put this on by themselves. There are so many mixers out there, but I find that NONE are as good as Jon's. It's also not marked up with silly stupid blurbs like \"in the mix...\" or other spammy crap that \"DJs\" insert at times. The choice of tunes are also excellent, and also copy-catted all the time. Jon has simply set the ultimate benchmark to the 80s new wave goodness, second. to. none.
'Dresden', the forthcoming second single from OMD's recently-released LP English Electric has been given the remix treatment by John Foxx. The original is a swaying new wave track that harks back to the band's 80s output, and this gets bolstered in the remix with a pounding dance beat and harsher synth sounds - have a listen below:
nice one doc,really love wave 180 i remember after we played basketball with my friends in the morning tune in agad ako sa dmz,with unbeatable...\"ciao baby i love u2 dont u know\"thats unbeatable famous line...thanks doc
what the heck.. man you're crazy that was one fantastic rave dude about 80's new wave... remembering the good ol days... i already downloaded the albums.. unfortunately some links are dead.. i hope you could reup dude... more reviews and downloads.. more power.
Hey Guys! I had made my own Wave-Megamixx , using ABLETON 8 and Serato, its about 90 mins long and with the best selected wave tracks, its almost done just addding a few more flavor and touch-up on to my Outro. Let me know if you guys interested so i can upload it and share with our hardcore wave listeners. Salamat!!
Here is a story which may not have heard.Before Wave 180 was conceptualized. Part of the group, before Music PSE was incorporated, was close to Harry Nolan over at BM in front of Sienna College, we partied with this dude ... beautiful voice, no wonder he became the voice of PBA. Thanks to my good friend DJ Bobking, we also catered to 99.5RT during its transition to indie music, i think that was back in 1989 ... I remember bringing vinyl records direct from NY every 2 weeks. Goldwin Blue was the musical director then ... much respect to him, very knowledgeable. Btw, The Ghost was also in RT then (before transferring to NU), he was also a former DJ of 102XB ... I remember showing him a record of the Pixies and he flipped, listened to the record and RT was off the aire for a few seconds! hahaAnyways, what you failed to mention...Tiny and his wife was the powerhouse behind Wave180's success (along with Unbeatable), it was his vinyl and cd collection that you heard in the airwaves. Most of his collection was amassed from england where he lived for several years. Tiny and Unbeatable (Andy) where friends from the old XB days.Most of the collector item vinyls where cleaned and remastered by two very talented vinyl DJ's and converted to digital disc formats which was then played over the airwaves for your pleasure.When Music PSE shut down its doors in 2007 or 2008, all ties with DMZ was severed because the new company and it's management was relocated outside of Luzon.When DMZ changed management, there was dispute that errupted and Unbeatable had to move on. We haven't heard from him since!
SUMMER features on the album WALK BETWEEN WORLDS, which was produced by Simple Minds with Andy Wright and Gavin Goldberg. It is an album of two distinct sides, very much the old-school album format that singer Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill grew up with as music fans. In addition to classic Simple Minds anthems and revisiting their new wave roots, the album also explores more cinematic sounds, with the title track and Barrowland Star both featuring dramatic orchestrations recorded at Abbey Road. 59ce067264