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Paul Oakenfold - Creamfields mp3 download
Performer: Paul Oakenfold
Title: Creamfields
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: Trance
Rating: 4.3/5
FLAC size: 1117 mb | MP3 size: 1917 mb | WMA size: 1363 mb
Genre: Electronic

Reunited at last, Creamfields brings Paul Oakenfold back to Cream's bosom. As always, Oakie doesn't disappoint, raiding his extensive vinyl collection to bring us stunning mixes of progressive and tech house with chilled melodic trance and breaks. In the mix are joints from John '00' Fleming, Tilt, Quivver, Young Parisians, and even U2. The tracklist has been selected and mixed by Oakenfold and includes exclusive cuts and mixes. It doesn't get any more essential.

Creamfields is the fifteenth DJ mix album by British electronic producer and disc jockey Paul Oakenfold, released in 2004. The double album was inspired by the annual Creamfields festival which at the time took place at the "Old Liverpool Airfield" organised by the Cream brand where Oakenfold had often performed. The album was released to commemorate Oakenfold's performance at the sixth annual Creamfields festival which took place several weeks after the album's release on 28 August 2004.

The First Project Sees Paul Oakenfold and Perfecto Drafted Aboard to Launch with a High Profile Creamfields Mix Album. Oakenfold Lets Loose with Star Tracks from U2, Mauro Picotto, Armin, Four Strings, Nubreed, Markus Schulze and Many More. I'll be honest, classically, I have not been the most devoted Paul Oakenfold fanatic out there. I only own this, Tranceport, Global Underground 007: New York and A Voyage Into Trance, but I have heard enough of both his live and studio mixes to know where I'm coming from with this release. I am really not enthralled by the Perfecto label's output, either. I think Oakenfold has been sliding down the commercial slope, getting ever-so-perilously close to the edge before managing to climb his way back. Only to repeat the process.

Paul Oakenfold presents 25yrs Of Perfecto Records - Full Album in 13 Mins. 2. Paul Oakenfold - We Are Planet Perfecto - Volume 04. 1. K. 3. Paul Oakenfold - Cream 21. 4. Paul Oakenfold - We Are Planet Perfecto - Volume 03. 11K. 5. Perfecto Records Miami 2013 - Mixed by Paul Oakenfold.

Creamfields ‎(2xCD, Mixed). New State Recordings. Creamfields ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed). CD1 is the Paul Oakenfold I used to know. He mixes each well-layed-out track with precision and the outcome is perfection. In my opinion, CD2 is not that good, CD1 could have sold alone. and those were good days. Reply Notify me Helpful.

This is the discography of the trance DJ and record producer Paul Oakenfold. Here's Paul Oakenfold. 1997 Global Underground 004. 1998 Global Underground 007. For both of his Global Underground mixes, see above in the Live albums section. 1994 Goa Mix. 1994 Ministry of Sound: The Sessions Vol 2. 1994 Journeys By DJ 5: Journey Through The Spectrum. 1995 A Voyage Into Trance. 1995 Perfection: A Perfecto Compilation.

Creamfields - Студийный альбом от Paul Oakenfold. Вышел 10 августа 2004г. В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:18:20. Paul Oakenfold @ Creamfields 2004 -Girl Nobody- Cages (Lemon8 Remix) HQ. Girl Nobody - Cages (Luke Chable's Ttp Spot That Loop Remix). Kaz - Burden (Lemon 8 rmx). Time of Your Life (Shane 54 mix).


Li Kwan Point Zero 2004 7:43
Interstate I Found You 5:48
Duran & Aytek First Sight 5:17
Sultan & The Greek Wadi 5:32
Markus Schulz Presents Elevation Clear Blue 6:15
Carlos Vives Como Tu (Paul Oakenfold Mix) 7:00
Tilt 12 6:32
D:Fuse Living The Dream 8:00
Quivver Space Manoeuveres Part 3 4:08
Tilt The World Doesn't Know 5:21
Young Parisians Jump The Next Train (Probspot Remix) 7:27
DJ Suzy Solar* Ocean Of Love 5:35
NuBreed & Luke Chable One Day 4:29
Pinkbox Special Nice Guys Finish Last 4:51
Girl Nobody Cages (Lemon8 Mix) 6:02
The Sneaker Scatterbomb (Original String Mix) 5:43
Peter Martin Presents Anthanasia Perfect Wave 4:31
Oakenfold* Time Of Your Life (Shane 54 Mix) 5:43
The Auranaut People Want To Be Needed 5:43
Stel & Good Newz Particle 5:14
U2 Beautiful Day (Paul Oakenfold 2004 Remix) 6:54
Mauro Picotto Lizard (Paul Oakenfold 2004 Remix) 7:22
John '00' Fleming I'm Not Fooled (J00F Tranced Out Mix) 7:01


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NSEM9001 Paul Oakenfold Creamfields ‎(2xCD, Mixed) New State Recordings NSEM9001 UK 2004
90724-2 Paul Oakenfold Creamfields ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Thrive Records 90724-2 US 2004
none Paul Oakenfold Creamfields ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) East Records none Russia 2004

Comments (7)
I have the joof tranced out mix on vinyl but it doesn't like this version, its longer and has vocals. Can anyone clarify what mix this is or if it's a re-edit of the tranced out mix? Thanks
It's nothing more than what you think. It's an edit of the Tranced Out Mix and wouldn't be hard to replicate at all. ;)
Interesting release from Oakie - some nice prog trance cuts in this one, with some cheeky breaks mixed in. Disc 1 is a progressive affair for the most part (as is obvious Interstate, Tilt and Probspot). A nice mix of tracks that don't always get thrown together, it mixes this up from your track monotony. The two Tilt tracks are my favourite as I love Tilt, with a shoutout to Probspot, Quivver and Elevation.The second disc begins with some breaks. Suzy Solar track is alright, and the two following are nice prog breaks (Nubreed and Pinkbox Special). The mix breaks into some light prog before kicking off. Scatterbomb is a nice and sinister cut that goes into the excellent 'Perfect Wave'. Shane 54's take on Oakie's 'Time of Your Life' has a gorgeous bassline and Auranaut's classic never fails to burn up the dancefloor. Particle is cool, although the U2 remix is a little naff. The end gets harder - I was never a fan of Mauro Picotto but ending things with JOOF is a nice touch.7/10
1-6 is a very altered version compared with the vinyl mixes. it's a splice between the dub and the vocal leaving only two sections of choruses. the first breakdown is shorted by 40 measures, 8 measures are removed from the next section, as well as another 24 before the first build (where the piano is reintroduced). next paul performs an impossible to perform re-edit (from an aftermarket perspective) where he removes the first 16 measures of the second breakdown while still maintaining the "woosh" sounds from the end of the first chorus. then he lets the record play out. the best track on either disc imo.
I'm not sure just how much input Oakenfold really had on this compilation because it sounds like nothing I have heard from him in years but that being said, this was a really a breath of fresh air from the often maligned DJ Oakenfold. The first CD opens with Matt Darey's 2004 update of his classic and epic trance track from alias Li Kwan titled 'Point Zero' the original which appeared on the infamous GOA mix. And every track that follow is just as good, unknown tracks and future classics are loaded into CD1 and make for a smooth yet peak time heavy listening experience. Many people were skeptical about Carlos Vives being in the tracklisting when it was first announced but Oakenfold's mix of Como Tu does wonders for me and I cannot fault him for including his own production here. CD2 starts off with the thunderous track from DJ Suzy Solar and the mixing into the next five tracks is flawless, as is the track selection. On this CD Oakenfold uses newcomers Anthanasia (Peter Martin) and Pinkbox Special (Derek Howell & Peter Martin) as well as classic trance titles such as Scatterbomb and People Want To Be Needed. Time of your life and Oakenfold's U2 remix are the low points of this compilation for me as Oakenfold clearly used this comp to promote his other tracks which do not fit fell in this mix. Regardless of whether his tracks and mixes stand well on their own they sound forced into this compilation. CD1 - 9/10 CD2 - 8/10 Oakenfold isn't back but this was an unexpected and pleasent surprise from him.
Some great song selections. I like Disc two better because I've basically heard the latter part of the songs on CD 1 so it was like, heard that before. But great songs. If I hadn't heard the songs before, I would've loved it. Great opener from Matt Darey's "Point Zero" to a great end by "Solar Stone". Great remix by Probspot aka Rikkard Fredriksson. Disc Two was the best of the rest. Great opener, but a little to fast on the transistion from song 1 and 2. Great songs from Chable & NuBreed, Pinkbox Special, Paul's own "Time of your life (Shane 54 Remix)" U2's "BEautiful Day (Paul Oakenfold Remix) and a great suspensful ending by John '00' Fleming's "I'm Not Fooled (JOOF Tranced Out Mix). Lots of great remixes by Paul Oakenfold, Shane 54, & Probspot. Tilt's music on Disc One was wonderful, but I've heard them all. Favorite Songs Disc One Matt Darey - Point Zero Interstate - I Found You Tilt - 12 Tilt - The World Doesn't Know Solar Stone - Jump The Next Train (Probspot Remix) Disc Two NuBreed & Luke Chable - One Day Pinkbox Special - Nice Guys Finish Last Oakenfold - "Time Of Your Life (Shane 54 Remix) U2 - Beautiful Day (Paul Oakenfold Remix) John '00' Fleming "I'm Not Fooled (JOOF Tranced Out Mix)" All around good songs and mix from Paul Oakenfold. Recommended for dance/trance lovers. A little bit of underground by Luke Chable & NuBreed, but thats common from Australian's. Keltec agrees with me.
CD1 is the Paul Oakenfold I used to know. He mixes each well-layed-out track with precision and the outcome is perfection. In my opinion, CD2 is not that good, CD1 could have sold alone. CD1 take me back to the GU007 days...and those were good days.