Looking Back on Premillennium Tension

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Isis Masoud, co-host Exedra party, and DJ Electric Kingdom, WVUM-FM (90.5), Mondays 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
1. Autechre, ep7 (Warp)
2. Amon Tobin, Permutation (Ninja Tune)
3. Prince Paul, A Prince Among Thieves (Tommy Boy)
4. Nightmares On Wax, Carboot Soul (Matador)
5. Various Artists, 10+3 Remixes (Warp)
6. Various Artists, Ischemic Folks (Schematic)
7. To Rococo Rot, The Amateur View (Mute)
8. Plone, For Beginner Piano (Warp)
9. Various Artists, East Flatbush Project (Chocolate Industries)
10. Pole, CD1 (Matador)

Gustavo Matamoros, musician and director of the Subtropics Music Festival
1. Various Artists, Caribbean Percussion Traditions in Miami (HistoricalMuseum of Southern Florida)
2. Elizabeth Panzer, Dancing in Place (O.O. Discs)
3. Abbey Rader/Davey Williams, The Ballistics of Yin and Yang (Abray Productions)
4. SHIM, Particle Zoo (Isospin Labs)
5. BONK, Bonk Thy Neighbor (Bonk, Inc.)
6. Taraf de Haidouks, Taraf de Haidouks (Nonesuch)
7. Various Artists, The Renaissance in Music (National Public Radio Milestones of the Millennium/Sony Classics)
8. Oliver Mtukudzi, Tuku Music (Putumayo)
9. Njava, Vetse (hEMIsphere)
10. Various Artists, any of the remaining National Public Radio Milestones of the Millennium volumes (National Public Radio Milestones of the Millennium/Sony Classics)

Josh Kay and Romulo Del Castillo, musicians, Phoenecia; owners of Schematic Music Company record label
1. Bisk, Ticklish Matters (Sub Rosa)
2. Matmos, West (Vague Terrain Records)
3. Mos Def, Black on Both Sides (Rawkus)
4. Autechre, ep7 (Warp)
5. Crank, Heftbag (Mille Plateau)
6. Ko-Wreck Technique, Ko-Wrektion (Chocolate Industries/Warp)
7. Various Artists, Voices In My Lunchbox (Plug Research)
8. Monolake, Interstate (Imbalance)
9. Burger/Ink, Las Vegas (Matador)
10. Lithops, Sequenced Twinset (Sonig)

Manuel Pila, musician, The Baboons
1. Chucho Valdés, Briyumba Palo Congo (Blue Note)
2. Zap Mama, A Ma Zone (Luaka Bop)
3. David Bowie, Hours ... (Virgin)
4. Los Zafiros, Bossa Cubana (World Circuit/Nonesuch)
5. Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Bitter (Warner Bros.)
6. Ibrahim Ferrer, Buena Vista Social Club Presents Ibrahim Ferrer (World Circuit/Nonesuch)
7. The Pretenders, Viva el Amor (Reprise)
8. Eliades Ochoa y El Cuarteto Patria, Sublime Illusion (Higher Octave)
9. Cassandra Wilson, Traveling Miles (Blue Note)
10. Chico O'Farrill, Heart of a Legend (Fantasy)

Carlos Suarez, manager of Esperanto Music
1. Chico O'Farrill, Heart of a Legend (Fantasy)
2. Barbarito Torres, Havana Cafe (Havana Caliente)
3. Lenine, Na Pressao (EMI Brazil)
4. Joaquin Sabina, 19 Dias y 500 Noches (BMG International)
5. Ruben Blades, Tiempos (Sony Discos)
6. Bill Laswell, Imaginary Cuba (Wicklow/BMG)
7. Thievery Corporation, DJ Kicks (K7)
8. Los Van Van, Llego Van Van (Havana Caliente)
9. Francisco Aguabella, Agua de Cuba (Cubop)
10. Caetano Veloso, Livro (Nonesuch)

Andrew Yeomanson, musician, Spam Allstars
1. Quintron, These Hands of Mine (Skin Graft)
2. Triggaman, Trigganometry (Push the Button)
3. Curd Duca, elevator 2 (Mille Plateau)
4. Los Zafiros, Bossa Cubana (World Circuit/Nonesuch)
5. Fulano de Tal, etc. (Radiovox)
6. Caetano Veloso, Livro (Nonesuch)
7. Blowfly, Blowfly for President reissue (Oops)
8. Chico O'Farrill, Heart of a Legend (Fantasy)
9. The Mighty Two, African Dub Almighty Chapters 1-4 reissue (Joe Gibbs Music)
10. Bill Laswell, Imaginary Cuba (Wicklow/BMG)

Lee Williams, musician, The Square Egg
1. David Bowie, Hours ... (Virgin)
2. The Roots, Things Fall Apart (Universal/MCA)
3. Prince Paul, A Prince Among Thieves (Tommy Boy)
4. Perry Farrell, Rev (WEA/Warner Bros.)
5. Jazzy Fatnastees, Once and Future (Universal/MCA)
6. Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Bitter (Warner Bros.)
7. Brian McKnight, Back At One (Universal/Motown)
8. Macy Gray, On How Life Is (Epic)
9. The Square Egg, Rediscovering The Art of Living (self-released)
10. 28 Gates, What Do You Think? (Fat Toe Records)

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