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SYSTEM-J
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This is a tremendous amount of faith to show in a gobshite from the YouTube comments.


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Lews
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Pretty sure it's that 'Unknown Artist - Untitled' one on your list, actually.

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the-sixth
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What would be great is if people were able to remove tracks they know for sure are not it so I have less to buy.


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This is a tremendous amount of faith to show in a gobshite from the YouTube comments.


It is haha but it's already been worth it for me I have found several belting trance tunes I never heard back then at all and it's nice to have that old school thrill of the chase back hunting down a record.


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How do you know this ever even made it to a record?


I don't, it may well have been CD (UTM - Stream was only CD as far as I can tell and he played that in the same world tour).

I am basing this hunt on some comments made in this forum from the likes of DragonsEmerald, another guy in a youtube comment and some other in this forum who said it was an amateur german producer where 20 copies were made and it was an unmarked white label.

I will start whittling down CDs if these vinyls turn up empty.

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the-sixth
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quote:
Originally posted by Lews
Pretty sure it's that 'Unknown Artist - Untitled' one on your list, actually.


Thanks for confirming finally after 18 years it is solved

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SYSTEM-J
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It is haha but it's already been worth it for me I have found several belting trance tunes I never heard back then at all and it's nice to have that old school thrill of the chase back hunting down a record.


I'm quite impressed there are only 130 trance and goa records from the entire year of 1999 that you don't recognise. Even if you don't find the track, you should make a mix out of the best tunes you discover from this exercise and call it "Searching For The Rojam".


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the-sixth
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quote:
Originally posted by SYSTEM-J
I'm quite impressed there are only 130 trance and goa records from the entire year of 1999 that you don't recognise. Even if you don't find the track, you should make a mix out of the best tunes you discover from this exercise and call it "Searching For The Rojam".


That's with some filters (vinyl only) and spending maybe 8 seconds on each youtube video if there was one available. I find 8 seconds about enough though if the riff catches me or the percs have a groove I bought it. I have been whittling this down for almost a year now.

This list I cannot find any youtube links, any juno samples, any mp3 rips or anything else on google that gives me a clip. So buying is the only option to confirm they are or are not the track.

The mix is a great idea I will definitely do that and dust off the technics for it.

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Paradox Lost
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I feel like you're eventually going to find it, but not share it with any of us because no one chipped in, and so the mystery is going to perpetuate.

By the way, I remember seeing a thread around ten years ago that said Kenneth Thomas had tasked himself with going through Oakey's entire collection in order to find it. Does anyone know what happened with that? Did we just find him under a collapsed stack of records?


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Salegon
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The track is quite nice actually.

Did you try to match the songs on your list with some of those russian mp3 sources aside from youtube, juno, beatport etc.?


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Would it not be quicker and cheaper to pay someone like Activa to re-produce it, release it, then wait for the original artist to make a copyright claim? Hey presto, you've got your ID.

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Paradox Lost
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quote:
Originally posted by the-sixth
This list I cannot find any youtube links, any juno samples, any mp3 rips or anything else on google that gives me a clip. So buying is the only option to confirm they are or are not the track.


For those tracks, what I suppose you could do is Facebook them via their real names as provided by Discogs and send them a link to the Rojam ID asking if it's their record. It's gonna be weird and maybe even a little creepy, but you've come this far, so you may as well just go all the way man.

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Would it not be quicker and cheaper to pay someone like Activa to re-produce it, release it, then wait for the original artist to make a copyright claim? Hey presto, you've got your ID.


Oh that's genius. Let's hope Activa is willing to take a lawsuit for the team.


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Lews
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Could one make a copyright claim for an unreleased, and possibly unfinished, piece of music?

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SYSTEM-J
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I dare say he was joking, old chap.


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> The Sunset Session [Everything]

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