Global Underground is a music label founded in 1996 by Andy Horsfield and James Todd. The label symbolizes the international explosion of dance music during the 1990s and first manifesto for high-end DJs such as Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Nick Warren, Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson, and James Lavelle.
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... Global Underground 036 Bogotá is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by DJ and producer Darren Emerson ... The entry is Emerson's third in the Global Underground series ...
13 (1996) Cream Separates (1997) Global Underground Uruguay (2000) Global Underground Singapore (2001) Summer Love 2001 DJ Emerson D ... (2005) H2O EP (2005) Underwater, Episode 5 (2006) Crashjack (2008) Global Underground Bogotá (2009) ...
1998, the two released separate mix albums on the Boxed label, as part of the Global Underground series Digweed's Global Underground 006 Sydney, and Sasha's Global Underground 009 San Francisco, which drew ...
... In Boxed's UK releases, GU002 was the never released second installment in the Global Underground series (in Thrive's US re-numbered releases, Paul ... Global Underground jumped directly from GU001 Tony De Vit - Live In Tel Aviv to GU003 Nick Warren - Prague, which resulted in a lot of controversy and rumours on the ...
... Studio Albums 2006 Because We Can (Global Music Records) Singles 2002 The Roots (feat ... Lior Attar) (Global Underground) 2004 Burma (Global Underground) 2007 Dr Kings Surgery (Global Underground) 2007 Villain (Global Underground) ...
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