DJ Cor & DJ Jay: Octane (2004)Breaks, Cybertrance, DJ Cor, DJ Jay, DJ Sets, Hard House, House, Nu-Skool Breaks, Prog. House, Prog. Trance, Trance
I love driving fast. Cor loves driving fast. Hella our friends love driving fast. To pay homage to this need for speed, Cor and I got together five years ago to make this set, Octane, meant to be the soundtrack for that next stretch of road.
The concept was simple: combine as many songs as we could that made us want to drive with excessive speed. The result however was far more than either of us had anticipated. With all of its voice samples, varied styles, great mixes and kickass tracks, this set took on a life of its own and still delights to this day! It moves from breaks to house, progressive to cybertrance, tribal to old-school rave, all while keeping that persistent, driving beat that urges you to go ever faster.
Whether it be your yearly pilgrimage to Black Rock desert, or just your daily commute, may Octane speed you to your next destination. And just so you know: “On green I’m going for it.”
As we released this as a CD back in the day we have all the tracks cut up, zipped up and available to be downloaded in full 320 kbps glory! Enjoy, just be careful: this set WILL get you into trouble.
Tracklist, movies sampled and more after the jump.
1. Vanquish -Force Mass Motion Vs Dylan Rhymes
2. Scram - Plump DJs
3. Genesis - Cass and Slide
4. Break the Limit - Blue Amazon
5. Dirty Walter - Soul of Man
6. Overdrive - DJ Sandy vs Housetrap
7. Shiny Disco Balls (White Label Remix) - Who Da Funk
8. Go Speed Go - Alpha Team
9. Smart Bomb (Plump DJs Mix)- BT
10. Ultra - Trisco
11. Pistol Whip - Joshua Ryan
13. Curva Pelirosa - Weirdo
14. Winning’s Winning
15. Everywhere I Drum (Entropy Mashup) - Space Brothers & Ian Wilky vs Der Dritte Raum
16. Sparc - Futureshock
17. Open the Floodgates - Skynet UK
The Blues Brothers
The Fast and the Furious
Days of Thunder
Back to the Future
On a more personal note, Octane will always hold a special place in my heart as it is the only set Cor and I have actually worked on together. I really think we brought out the best in each other and I love hearing our different styles weave in and out. I hope you do too!