Flexistentialism is a 1996 Ninja Tune release on 3xLPs that I’ve probably played more than any other records! It has so many good tracks, I decided I had to have a go at mixing it.
Coming from a passion for hip hop, Ninja Tune totally opened my mind to jazz, instrumental hip hop and a whole world of turntablism, and instrumental musics. This is without question one of my all time favourite compilations – thoroughly recommended!
Full tracklist is below, and I’ve included long cuts of nearly all the tracks as I really rate them, hence overall length is 1hr 45min!
This show was 1st in the global instrumental hip hop chart, 1st in the global trip hop chart, 22nd in the global beats chart, 31st in the global electronica chart and 31st in the global chillout chart.
Tracks below are song title and artist:
- A Mother (For Your Mind) – The Herbaliser
- Another Mother – The Herbaliser
- Venus – Funki Porcini
- Journeyman’s Electric Lazyman – 9 Lazy 9
- Scratchy Noise – The Herbaliser
- Get Your Head Down – Luke Vibert
- Spiral – DJ Food
- Revolutionary Woman of the Windmill Pt. 1 – Up, Bustle & Out
- La Morena En El Viento Andaluz – Up, Bustle & Out
- The Worm Turns – The Illuminati of Hedfunk
- Atomic Moog 2000 – Coldcut
- Fungle Junk – DJ Food
- Extreme Possibilities (Wagon Christ mix) – 2 Player
- Scratch Yer Hed (Squarepusher mix) – DJ Food
- Do You Believe In Love? – Ashley Beedle presents The Uschi Classen Band
- What’s In The Basket? – London Funk Allstars
- Turn Me Loose – 9 Lazy 9
- Cosmic Jam – DJ Food
- B Monkey – Funki Porcini
- Spoonful of Slow – 9 Lazy 9
- Shakatakadoodub – Kruder & Dorfmeister
- Junkies Bad Trip – London Funk Allstars
- London Mind State – DJ Vadim