Podcast #61

22/11/2014 by Random Movement in Podcasts with 2 Comments

And here it is, Podcast #61. If you are reading this, you more than likely are still manually downloading the podcast instead of subscribing to it like everyone else, and for this reason, you actually are getting the podcast a couple of days late each time a new podcast is posted. If you subscribe to the podcast instead of manually downloading it every month, you actually are helping to offset the bandwidth to this site, which often times gets really heavy and slow due to the massive influx of people all trying to get the file at the same time. So if you subscribe to the podcast, you get it a couple of days before everyone as a little “thank you” from me.

I know you have your reasons for not subscribing, I’m sure, just as I have my reasons for letting you get your hands on it a bit later… If I didn’t do it this way, the site would get shut down every month around the same time, right when the podcast would show up online.

Thanks for understanding, kids!

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Random Movement Podcast #61 Tracklist:

Rowpieces – Jungle Ballad
Glen E. Ston & Revival – Coffy
Nu:Tone – Holocomm
DJ Krust – Maintain (TC 2005 VIP Remix)
Lynx – Where Are You? (feat. Master X)
Serum – G Funk
Nu:Tone – Lightning
Savage Rehab – Desire (Symptom VIP Remix)
Roni Size & DJ Die – It’s a Jazz Thing (Juiceman Remix)
Nu:Tone – ‘Til Dawn
MC Fats & Command Strange – Brand New Style VIP
Lynx – Bees Knees (feat. Malibu)
Eveson – Found a Groove VIP
Savage Rehab – Neck Funk feat. Saxxon & Balistik
Bcee – Breath In
Satl – Sweet Dreamer
Random Movement – A Day Without Death
Mutt – Changes (Al Pack Remix)
Revival – Secret Desire feat. Young Ax
Czeknology – A New Dawn
Anile – To Live Without
Funkware – Funny Forced
Nu:Tone – Deep Inside
dRamatic & dbAudio – I’m For Real VIP
Nu:Tone – Metaphor 6000 (feat. Kool Keith)
Serum vs. Serial Killaz – Hold On
Duoscience – Burnin In
Revival – Midnight Train
Kasper – Right Now
Joakuim & Roygreen & Protone – Now Is The Time

Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes, 47 seconds

Thanks for listening!


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  1. Donovan Godfrey22/11/2014 at 19:00Reply

    If you offered a way to subscribe outside of iworld I would definitely go for it. I have never been a fan of that Apple music format, sounds awful imo. Is there another way that I do not see? Thanks.

  2. alan23/11/2014 at 19:11Reply

    well done mate!
    love everysingle podcast and thank you so much for music talent you share!

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