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Cream Global Clubs Live DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1995 - 2008)

Cream Global Clubs Live DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1995 - 2008)

Cream Global Clubs Live DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1995 - 2008)

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Cream - Global (1995 - 2008)
Live Global Events & Clubs DJ Sets Compilation

52 DJ-Sets + 79 Hours of Music - On 2 DVD's

We have put together this Quality Collection of Global Event DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ-Sets from one of the biggest events in the World all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 

Compilation Listing

 
1995 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM IN LIVERPOOL (14.10.95)
Danny Rampling - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (14.10.95) – 1 Hour
Pete Tong - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (14.10.95) – 1 Hour

Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream, KU, Ibiza (16.09.95) – 2 Hours
Pete Tong & Paul Bleasdale - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (26.03.95) – 3 Hours
Pete Tong, Grace & Tall Paul - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (09.12.95) – 90 Mins
John Digweed - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (28.10.95) – 75 Mins

1996 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM IN LIVERPOOL (25.08.96)
LTJ Bukem - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (25.08.96) – 1 Hour
Pete Tong - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (25.08.96) – 1 Hour

RADIO 1 NYE SPECIAL @ CREAM IN LIVERPOOL (31.12.96)
Carl Cox & Jose Padilla - Live @ Cream (31.12.96) – 3 Hours
Pete Tong - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (31.12.96) – 1 Hour

1997 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (17.11.97) – 1 Hour

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM IN LIVERPOOL (30.11.97)
Nick Warren - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (30.11.97) – 1 Hour
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (30.11.97) – 1 Hour

1998 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

John Digweed & Dave Seaman @ Cream (18.11.98) – 5 Hours

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM’S 6TH BIRTHDAY IN LIVERPOOL (13.10.98)
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream's 6th Birthday in Liverpool (13.10.98) –1 Hour
Pete Tong - Live @ Cream's 6th Birthday in Liverpool (13.10.98) –1 Hour

1999 - 2001 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Seb Fontaine & Pete Tong - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (24.09.99) – 2 Hours
Fatboy Slim - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (01.01.00) – 75 Mins
Timo Maas - Live @ Cream in Liverpool (31.12.00) – 90 Mins
Seb Fontaine - Live @ Cream in Ibiza (2001) – 1 Hour

2002 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (10.08.02) – 75 Mins
Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (18.07.02) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (20.07.02) – 1 Hour
Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (07.07.02) – 75 Mins

2003 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (29.07.03) – 3 Hours
Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (10.08.03) – 1 Hour
Guy Ornadel - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (26.06.03) – 75 Mins
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (06.06.03) – 135 Mins
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (10.08.03) – 1 Hour
Paul Van Dyk - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (15.08.03) – 3 Hours
Paul Van Dyk - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (18.09.03) – 4 Hours
Lange - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (21.09.03) – 90 Mins

2004 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM, AMNESIA IN IBIZA (08.08.04)
Eddie Halliwell - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (08.08.04) – 90 Mins
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (08.08.04) – 2 Hours
Seb Fontaine - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (08.08.04) – 90 Mins

Danny Howells - Live @ Cream in Buenos Aires (15.02.04) – 2 Hours
Nick Warren - Live @ Cream in Buenos Aires (24.01.04) – 2 Hours
Paul Van Dyk - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (16.07.04) – 105 Mins

2005 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Paul Van Dyk - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (2005) – Video
Steve Lawler - Live @ Cream in London (16.02.05) – 45 Mins
DJ Tiesto - Live @ Cream, Amnesia, Ibiza (07.08.05) – 2 Hours

2006 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

Ferry Corsten - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (20.07.06) – 1 Hour

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM, AMNESIA IN IBIZA (13.08.06)
Paul Oakenfold - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (13.08.06) – 1 Hour
Steve Angelo - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (13.08.06) – 1 Hour

2007 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM'S 15TH BIRTHDAY (27.10.07)
David Guetta - Live @ Cream 15th Birthday in Liverpool (20.10.07) – 1 Hour
Pete Tong & Armin Van Buuren - Live @ Cream's 15th Birthday (27.10.07) – 2 Hours

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM, AMNESIA IN IBIZA (12.08.07)
Eddie Halliwell - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (12.08.07) – 1 Hour
Sasha - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (12.08.07) – 2 Hours
Swedish House Mafia - Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (12.08.07) – 75 Mins

2008 CREAM GLOBAL CLUB NIGHT DJ SETS

RADIO 1 - LIVE @ CREAM, AMNESIA IN IBIZA (03.08.08)
Radio 1 Live @ Cream, Amnesia in Ibiza (03.08.08) – 5 – Hours


 Club & Event Profile

 

 

 

 

 

 Cream Details...

Cream had its main UK Club base in Liverpool. However they now have nights across the Globe at venues based in Buenos Aires, and Amnesia in Ibza every summer.

Cream also have released a whole host of commercial compilation CD's over the years.

Creamfields Details...

The Creamfields Festival was one of the first to be established in the UK. It is a massive dance event organised by the Cream Nightclub, and is held in Liverpool every year.

It's been a bit of a tradition for a fair few years now that the August bank-holiday weekend means only one thing: a trip to a disused airfield on the edge of Liverpool to indulge in a day and night rave-marathon as a final celebration of summer.

Creamfields is the last big event in the summer party calendar so it's always the one to look forward to. This year's event looked particularly tasty, with an impressive and eclectic musical menu. Now that the day has finally arrived, it's off into the wilderness we head to go and get messy for the last time this summer...


Upon entering the Creamfields site (which is slightly larger than in previous years with a more spread-out layout), the first thing noticeable is the lack of people: it's 4:30pm – an hour and a half after the published opening time, yet the only people on site are production staff and artists. Due to technical difficulties brought on by the weather, the opening of the gates was delayed for two hours. Furthermore, in line with English festival tradition, the ground resembles a mud-bath. This is the muddiest I have ever seen the Creamfields battleground. However, as the punters run onto the site at 5pm and begin throwing shapes in the afternoon sun, it is clear that everyone is fully prepared to battle on regardless of a couple of minor hiccups, and that the mud will not dampen any spirits. So off we go…

The first stop is, of course, the Gurn Classics Camper van. Parked up on its own impressive outdoor stage, the VW stands there in its purple, pink and orange glory, proudly booming its (impressive) sound across the heart of the festival site. First on the decks is Rob Jennings, whose late afternoon soundtrack provides the perfect warm-up to the madness that will follow. Adjacent to the Gurn bus, Judge Jules is addressing the nation, transmitting the vibe across the airwaves and sending the assembled crowd crazy by dropping the ultimate anthem of summer 2004: Shapeshifters' Lola's Theme.

Following this, it's time for a wander around site to see what other surprises are in store. Disappointingly, the huge big wheel that has previously provided much 3am delight and an impressive birds-eye view of the festival site is not here this year. However there are enough fairground attractions and flashing lights to provide adequate entertainment for later on… At this point, we head into the Subliminal Sessions arena where Seb Fontaine is rocking the exceptionally loud sound system with some throbbing techy house. Packing out the tent, Seb pushed the crowd to full-on Creamfields rave mode, his set peaking with the Danny Krivit Re-Edit of “Strings of Life”.


Heading into the Circus and Underwater arena is a nice experience, as local house-hero Yousef is leading the party nicely, laying down some tough, jackin', sleazy beats which work exceptionally well for the early evening, providing the energy levels required to fully enjoy the party…

It's 10.30pm and a huge crowd has assembled in front of the gigantic Cream outdoor stage awaiting the arrival of festival headliners The Chemical Brothers. After a few minutes of sampled speech and atmospheric dub, Tom and Ed burst onto the stage and start rocking the masses of gear set-up to recreate their anthem “Hey Boy, Hey Girl”. The reaction to The Chemical Brothers is nothing short of phenomenal as the boys work their way through the best parts of their impressive back catalogue, sending 10,000 punters dance-crazy. The on-stage visuals are absolutely fantastic, backed up by an impressive lighting display which possibly illuminated the whole of South Liverpool and the surrounding areas. Finishing with the glorious “Private Psychedelic Reel” (surely one of the greatest dance tracks ever recorded), Tom and Ed draw a line under what is easily the greatest performance of the festival.

It's 1am, and Cream's prodigal son Paul Oakenfold is proving that he is still number 1, packing the Massive Cream/Mixmag arena to bursting point and rocking the tent with his trademark progressive trance. The sound of Paul's own remix of U2's “Beautiful Day” echoes throughout the tent as Oakenfold stamps his seal of approval all over Creamfields 2004.


Over in the Radio 1 Essential Mix arena, Detroit Techno Legend Jeff Mills is battling with the criminally underpowered Soundsystem, attempting to hammer out a 2 hour mix of twisted, looped-up hard as you like Acid-Techno. The tent is only half full, which is a crying shame given the work that Mills is putting into his selection. With louder sound, the Essential Mix arena could have been outstanding. Unfortunately for us, this was not the case. We move to the Circus/Underwater tent next door just as Josh Wink takes to the decks. The Arena is packed out and Wink is greeted by a rapturous applause as he drops his first track, this is the start of an impressive two hour journey of bleepy, twisted Acid-house, culminating in his own anthem “Higher state of Consciousness”, which sounds absolutely perfect on the banks of the Mersey Estuary at 2.30am. Radio 1's Lottie takes to the decks upon Josh's Conclusion, keeping the sound techy but with her trademark feel-good house vibe running throughout.

It's now 4.00am and therefore time for a final wander around the site before the close of play. So it's an obligatory fairground ride (not the best idea ever!), a nosy into the Subliminal tent to hear Audio Bullies do their thing (which is going down extremely nicely) and then a stroll into the Cream/Mixmag Arena where Eddie Halliwell is kicking out some exceptionally throbbing 5am beats (backed up with a lot of scratching). Halliwell hammers it out till close as the festival empties out and Creamfields 2004 draws to a conclusion.

So there you have it. Creamfields 2004: another enjoyable super-rave from our friends at Cream and yet another day and night of extreme silliness on the banks of the Mersey .

  

 

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