Goodbye London 2012

Here we are then. The Olympics and Paralympics are finally finished. It’s been quite a summer. But I shall be pleased to retrieve my weekends. In the meantime, here’s this downloadable mix that takes us back to when it all started on 27 July. Doesn’t it seem a long time ago? Whatever will we do next?

Jerusalem – Four nations Choir
Born Slippy ‘Nuxx’ Intro – Underworld
Theme For Velodrome – The Chemical Brothers
Finetime- New Order
Crocodile- Underworld
Rez – Underworld
Abide With Me – Emeli Sande
Dark Train – Underworld
Dark & Long (Dark Train) – Underworld
Always Loved A Film ‘Instrumental’ – Underworld
The Dog Is Black ‘Barry Jamieson Remix’ Unkle
Where The Streets Have No Name ‘Cowboy Mike Remix’ – U2
Where The Streets Have No Name ‘High Contrast Mix’ – U2
I Heard Wonders – David Holmes
Dirty Epic ‘Darren Price & High Contrast Remix’ – Underworld
Bonkers – Dizzee Rascal & Armand Van Helden
Firestarter ‘Empirion Mix’ – The Prodigy
Born Slippy ‘Nuxx’ Vs Comfortably Numb – Unknown Remix….
Caliban’s Dream (feat. Dockhead Choir, Dame Evelyn Glennie, Only Men Aloud, Elizabeth Roberts, Alex Trimble) – Underworld
And I Will Kiss (feat. Dame Evelyn Glennie) – Underworld
Heroes – David Bowie
Galvanise ‘Ending’ – The Chemical Brothers

~ by acidted on September 10, 2012.

4 Responses to “Goodbye London 2012”

  1. Since the opening ceremony I have been wondering how the Dutch based Irish band are considered British?

  2. Loved the opening ceremonies and didn’t know that Rick Smith was involved until a week or so later. Sadly, nothing worth watching on TV before or since. Thanks for this fine mix, Ted.

  3. Mix is great. Although I have to skip past U2.

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