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We Are Planet Perfecto, Vol. 01 (Unmixed)


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Artist: Paul Oakenfold
Release date: 2012
Genre: Electronica, Trance, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 36
Duration: 04:04:11
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No. Title Length
1. Ocean Sparkles (Eric Shaw's Cinematic Intro Mix) (featuring Juventa) 5:58
2. Sunrise Tonic (Liquid Soul Remix) (featuring Vertex, Pion) 7:33
3. Camorra (Original Mix) (featuring Nicky Romero) 6:15
4. Otherside (2012 Official Radio Edit) 2:33
5. Sci Fi Hero (Organ Donors Remix) (featuring Lange) 6:48
6. Close to You (Extended Mix) (featuring Richard Beynon) 7:46
7. Pop Star (Feel Rockin Remix) (featuring Robert Vadney) 6:37
8. The Wall (feat. Tania Zygar) [Arty Re-Mode Remix] (featuring Arty) 6:16
9. Maybe It's Over (feat. Tamra Keenan) [Perfecto Club Mix] 6:14
10. Blame It On the Rain (Paul Oakenfold Radio Edit) (featuring Nadine Loren) 3:24
11. Finally (feat. Joyriders) [Zen Freeman & Remy Le Duc Remix] (featuring CeCe Peniston) 6:03
12. Head Over Heels (Paul Oakenfold Radio Edit) (featuring Nadine Loren) 3:20
13. Groove Machine (Gareth Wyn Remix) (featuring Marco V.) 6:33
14. Need You Now (Kenneth Thomas Remix) (featuring Mia Dahli) 7:45
15. Rising Moons (Original Mix) (featuring Sunleed) 8:43
16. Sleep (feat. Tamra) [Perfecto Club Mix] 5:58
17. Resurection (Remy Le Duc vs. EC Twins Radio Edit) (featuring Planet Perfecto Knights) 4:15
18. Change (Original Mix) (featuring Syna, Ayleon) 10:12
19. Ode Ao Sol (Liquid Soul Remix) (featuring Perfect Stranger, DJ Pena) 7:47
20. Eclipse (Broning Remix) (featuring Sequentia) 7:09
21. Sugar Rush (Astrix Remix) (featuring Man With No Name) 7:07
22. Firefly (feat. Matt Goss) [Phynn Remix] 8:33
23. Innocent Desire (Edit) (featuring The Federation) 4:46
24. Tokyo (Robert Vadney Remix) 7:58
25. This Is New York (Heatbeat Remix) (featuring Lange, Gareth Emery) 6:49
26. Not Over Yet (Max Graham vs. Protoculture Remix) (featuring The Grace) 8:28
27. Amenity (Original Melodic Mix) (featuring Sonic Element) 7:36
28. Faster Kill Pussy Cat (feat. Brittany Murphy) [Nat Monday Remix] 7:42
29. Southern Sun (Paul Webster Remix Edit) 5:09
30. You Forget [Sly One vs. Jurrane Present Protest Movement] [Edit] (featuring Sly One, Jurrane) 6:24
31. Pig Bag (Phynn Remix) (featuring Perfecto Allstarz) 7:32
32. Extravaganza (Scot Project Breakdown Edit) (featuring Paul Miller, Talla 2XLC) 7:20
33. Velvet (Original Mix) (featuring Magnus) 8:06
34. Full Moon Party (Original Mix) 7:53
35. I'm Alive (feat. Infected Mushroom) [Sonic Element Remix] 8:07
36. Remember Love (Man With No Name Remix) (featuring United DJ'S) 7:32



Continuing his prolific output in 2011, superstar DJ Paul Oakenfold follows up The Goa Mix and Never Mind the Bollocks...Here's Paul Oakenfold with We Are Planet Perfecto, Vol. 1, the first installment of a series showcasing the best that his influential Perfecto label has to offer, past, present, and future. Choosing to showcase his talent a little more third time round, the trance pioneer features here on 12 of his own tracks, from a 2012 mix of Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Otherside" to his Top Ten single with the late Brittany Murphy, "Faster Kill Pussycat," to collaborations with former Bros frontman Matt Goss ("Firefly"), Infected Mushroom ("I'm Alive"), and Robert Vadney ("Popstar") alongside two remixes of Nadine Loren's '80s covers project (Tears for Fears' "Head Over Heels," Milli Vanilli's "Blame It on the Rain"), ensuring that the 38-track collection is a slightly more cohesive affair than its two predecessors. Elsewhere, two of the label's biggest anthems receive an airing, although Grace's "Not Over Yet" is rendered unrecognizable by Max Graham vs. Protoculture's progressive trance reworking and Perfecto All-Stars' "Pig Bag" is restricted to just a one-minute looped interlude; chart hits by Lady Antebellum ("Need You Now"), PPK ("Resurrection"), and Ce Ce Peniston ("Finally") are given the warped techno treatment; and there are two remixes apiece from Phynn, Liquid Soul, and Remy Le Duc. Any fledgling clubbers hoping for a beginner's guide to trance should perhaps look elsewhere, as despite several mainstream chart hits, this is very much aimed at the genre's aficionados. But for those who know their stuff, this is a pretty solid overview of a label whose future looks as bright as its past. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi