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Extraordinary mix by Avicii on Diplo & Friends

00:00 Nov/30/1999

“Tonight is probably our biggest show to date,” the host said. “One of the favourite mixes I’ve heard, period, in my life. This is a phenomenal mix, and it’s very special, exclusively for Radio 1.” Diplo is right, it was a totally surprising move to bring Avicii in for the show. The mix that the Swede delivered - just as unexpected.  You'll hear a more intimate selection of songs, earlier influences of the progressive house DJ and more current tracks like Dog Blood's Middle Finger. In the latter half of the special mix, you will also hear the infamous Etta James song which was sampled in 'Levels'. You'll want to download this one for FREE, because these ones don't come along so often!

01 ID – ID

Jai Paul – Btstu

The Isley Brothers – Take Me In Your Arms

Smokey Robinson – Tracks Of My Tears

02 Yarborough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music

03 The Pointer Sisters – Dare Me

04 Gwen Mccrae – All This Love That I’m Giving w/ Break Machine – Street Dance

05 Justice – D.A.N.C.E.

06 Justice – Phantom Pt. 2

07 Gramophonedzie – Why Don’t You

08 Paolo Mojo – 1983 (Eric Prydz Remix) vs St. Germain – Rose Rouge

09 Dog Blood – Middle Finger [OWSLA]

10 Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Avicii’s ‘Swede Dream’ Remix)

11 Moris & Minor – Is This The Groove (Ian Carey Remix) w/ Foreigner – Cold As Ice

12 Avicii – Enough Is Enough (Don’t Give Up On Us) w/ ASH – Let Me Show You Love (ASH & Avicii Hype Machine Mix)

13 Henrik B – Klyftamon

14 David West & Inkfish – Hello Piano (Sebastien Leger Remix) ? w/ Kings Of Tomorrow feat. Julie McKnight – Finally (Acappella)

15 Etta James – Something’s Got A Hold On Me

16 Major Lazer feat. Amber Of Dirty Projectors – Get Free (Avicii Bootie Edit) [DISCOBELLE]

17 Jessie Ware – ID Acapella vs Chris Isaak – Baby Did A Bad Thing

18 Jay-Z & Kanye West – Niggas In Paris (Cazzette & ASH That Shit Cray Mix) [ROC-A-FELLA (ISLAND DEF JAM)]

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