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Mix of the Day: Flight Facilities

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The second installment of the mix series from Flight Facilities, this time for triple j radio in Australia takes us all the way back to 1982 thru to 1992 slipping in samples from major events and modern day songs that use samples.  This hour-long mix has already clocked up 10,000 plays in 24 hours.

Tracklist

01. Sylvester – Do You Wanna Funk?
02. Brad Shitt – Casbah Breakdown
03. Solomun – Love Recycled
04. The Human League – Don’t You Want Me? (Aeropop Edit)
05. Goblin – Tenebre
06. Death On The Balcony – Cruel Banana
07. Herbie Hancock – Rockit
08. The Pointer Sisters – Automatic
09. Matthew Wilder – Break My Stride
10. B-Beat Girls – For The Same Man
11. Cybotron – Clear
12. Michael Jackson – PYT
13. New Order – Blue Monday
14. Laid Back – White Horse
15. Pet Shop Boys – West End Girls
16. Miami Sound Machine – Dr. Beat
17. Madonna – Lucky Star
18. Toecutter – Best Party Ever (Flight Facilities Edit)
19. Seidah Garrett – Do You Want It Right Now?
20. Limahl – Never Ending Story
21. Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy
22. Bangles – Dub Like An Egyptian (Todd Terje Edit)
23. Nu Shoes – I Can’t Wait
24. David Bowie – Magic Dance
25. Bruce Hornsby – That’s Just The Way It Is
26. Janet Jackson – What Have You Done For Me Lately
27. Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up (Drop Out Orchestra Dub)
28. Fleetwood Mac – Everywhere (Psychemagik Edit)
29. Harold Faltermeyer – Axel F
30. Steve “Silk” Hurley – Jack Your Body
31. Paul Simon – You Can Call Me Al (Flight Facilities Edit)
32. Yello – Oh Yeah
33. John Farnham – Age Of Reason
34. Salt n Pepa – Push It
35. Technotronic – Pump Up The Jam
36. The B-52′s – Love Shack (Losoul Bitshit Edit)
37. Adamski – Killer feat. Seal
38. Dee Lite – Groove Is In The Heart
39. De La Soul – A Rollerskating Jam Named Saturdays
40. Prince – Cream
41. Annie Lennox – Walking On Broken Glass

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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