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DJ Box - August 2011

Paul Oakenfold

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First off...

Paul Oakenfold is known for not sticking to one genre TH3 Insane ON3, but if your only main interest is to have dubstep added to a Trance / Psy Trance music package then your looking in the wrong place my friend. This is strictly for trance fans, not for people who have high potential expectations and to only comment that it doesn't have dubstep is dumb. I have nothing against dubstep, i think it is a great electronic music genre, but not here.

Boring...

Doesn't have the potential I expected. Boring and just plain repetitive. Improve the music with some diff stuff like dub step then I'll consider. :D

Hard,fast bass

I love the fast crazy stuff like baby boom, Getz my heart racing

Biography

Born: August 30, 1963 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Paul Oakenfold is the DJ, remixer, and producer who did more than anyone else to break house music in Britain during the late '80s. During 1987-1988, Oakenfold hosted a series of crucial club nights that introduced thousands of Brits to house music. Just a few years later, he helped push the new dance crossover into the charts by masterminding hit productions by Happy Mondays (among others) and forming one of the most successful dance labels...
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