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© Paul OakenfoldPaul Oakenfold will be releasing an album featuring his own new renditions of twelve of his all time favorite records next month with his 'Cafe Del Mar' and 'Toca Me' remakes already out as singles. Not only has he got his own interpretations he's also got another disc with exclusive mixes from the likes of Simon Bostock, Activa and Future Disciple...

Twelve of the biggest Trance releases of all time covered by the man who helped make them favourites in the first place. This is Trance Mission, by Paul Oakenfold.
 
Perfecto Records & Armada are proud to announce the upcoming release of Paul Oakenfold’s new album - Trance Mission - which will be released on June 20th 2014.
 
Trance Mission includes twelve new Paul Oakenfold cover versions of some of the biggest, most iconic and influential electronic records of all time. Included are remakes of records like ‘Café Del Mar’, ‘Madagascar’, ‘Touch Me’, ‘Adagio for Strings’, ‘Toca Me’, ‘Ready Steady Go’ and ‘Hold That Sucker Down’. Each one an unforgettable classic in its own right, and each one brilliantly remodeled to fit the aesthetic and style of the present day.  Having worked on this project solidly for the last six months Paul Oakenfold is proud to present his fresh interpretations of these timeless classics – each a huge contributor to Paul’s illustrious career. This beautifully blended cocktail of styles and moods will strike a nerve with many; not only those that will recall the power and influence these songs had during their fist life but also to those younger listeners that may be hearing of them for the first time.
 
A word from Paul…..
 
I’ve always wanted to make this album but how do you successfully go about making a collection of cover versions of a bunch of your all time favourite records? It’s a tough question that I’ve had going round my head for many years. Yes lots of people have made remixes of these songs but few have covered them. I guess you’re wondering what the difference is right? Well a remix uses parts from the original composition whereas a cover uses nothing except the notation of the original riff. Other than that – you begin with a blank canvas – and that is what appealed to me when I decided to begin work on Trance Mission back in Summer 2013.
 
Deciding to create cover versions was the easy part. I didn’t want to be restricted in any way by having to use parts from the originals and in doing so fall into the ranks of other remixers. So once that hurdle had been jumped it was about selecting from the shortlist of thirty tracks we had come up with in the office. Listening back to hundreds of old live sets, old compilations, old BBC Essential Mixes – it was a heap of fun that sparked a lot of great memories but it also helped remind me which were the stand out tracks from those key moments in my career.
 
The list was full of genre defining titles that not only played big parts in my own career as DJ but also that made hugely significant contributions to the history and evolution of electronic music. These records meant so much to me during their first existence that I knew I had to be careful, complimentary and respectful to them when work began. But I also knew that I didn’t just want to make updated versions of the originals. Instead I wanted to approach them all with a new perspective. I know you feel incredibly protective over these songs and that’s cool because I do too, but artistic freedom of expression has always driven me to create different interpretations of the music I love and so when I began this album I knew the new versions had to be different, fresh and relevant to who I am and what I’m about as a DJ and producer today.
 
Don’t worry there’s trance (given the album title it would be pretty odd if there wasn’t!) but there’s also breaks, progressive, ambient, deep techno and even our dear old pal EDM.
 
It’s always been about melody for me – more so than genre affiliation. A great song is a great song and I will continue to play and support great songs regardless of whether they’re trance, pop, drum n bass, jazz fusion or new-wave-typhoon-dubstep (bet you haven’t heard of that one yet have you!!).
 
Yes this album is called Trance Mission – because its filled with a selection of my favourite trance records from the last 25 years and it’s been a bloody mission to finish, but I like to think there’s something for every one of my fans – including those who see me as a trance DJ, those that see me more lined with house and those that know me for my background in film and score.
 
Let’s cut to the chase - fuck the boundaries, fuck genres and the fuck rules and regulations.
 
Your Mission is to just listen.”  Enjoy. P x.


TRACKLIST


DISC ONE - MIXED


Paul Oakenfold - Theme for Great Cities
Paul Oakenfold - Café Del Mar
Paul Oakenfold - Dreams
Paul Oakenfold - Barber’s Adagio For Strings
Paul Oakenfold - Toca Me
Paul Oakenfold - Ready Steady Go (Beatman & Ludmilla Remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Not Over Yet
Paul Oakenfold - Awakening
Paul Oakenfold - Madagascar
Paul Oakenfold - Open Your Eyes
Paul Oakenfold - Hold That Sucker Down
Paul Oakenfold & Cassandra Fox - Touch Me


DISC TWO - EXCLUSIVE REMIXED SINGLES


Paul Oakenfold - Barber’s Adagio For Strings (Instrumental Mix)
Paul Oakenfold - Ready Steady Go (Plump DJs 303 Bass Mix)
Paul Oakenfold & Cassandra Fox - Touch Me (2Symmetry remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Not Over Yet (Radio Edit)
Paul Oakenfold - Dreams (Yonathan Zvi remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Madagascar (Simon Bostock Remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Hold That Sucker Down (Johnny Yono Remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Open Your Eyes (Future Disciple remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Café Del Mar (Activa Remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Awakening (Chris Voro Remix)
Paul Oakenfold - Toca Me (Eshericks Remix)


RELEASE DATE: 20th June (Available to pre-order from the 23rd May)


 

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