» » Juan Atkins - Legends: Volume 1
Juan Atkins - Legends: Volume 1 Album
Juan Atkins - Legends: Volume 1 Album
Performer: Juan Atkins
Title: Legends: Volume 1
Label: OM Records
Country: US
Released: 2001
Style: House
Cat: OM 080
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1898 mb | MP3 size: 2680 mb | WMA size: 1957 mb
Genre: Electronic

1Steve FriscoZ Source3:14
2Harrison CrumpGet Boogie1:52
3Kit ClaytonBelt Frictional Problem3:04
4Individual Orchestra1, 2, 7, 29, 10, 143:34
5AphroheadDays Of The Phuture 963:49
6Fred EverythingUniversal Mind (Blakkat Mix)
Remix – Blakkat
7L.A. WilliamsLights Down Low
Featuring – Alena Low
8Good GuysHypergroove3:33
10The Controllers Bitch On Ice2:15
11DJ SneakDancin' Therapy3:10
12Venet JokiCheap Heat5:38
13Ciudad FelizBada2:55
14IsoléeBeau Mot Plage3:12
15Model 500I Wanna Be There6:58
16En-CoreCoochy Coo3:56
17Rui Da SilvaEarth3:15
18HatirasSpaced Invaders3:34


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJuan Atkins Legends: Volume 1 ‎(CDr, Comp, Mixed, Promo)OM RecordsnoneUS2001
OM 080 VLPJuan Atkins Legends: Volume 1 ‎(3xLP, Comp)OM RecordsOM 080 VLPUS2001


  • DesignCapacitor Design Network
  • DJ Mix, Compiled ByJuan Atkins
  • Mastered ByCookie
  • Photography ByKristen DeLeo


Produced by the Om Crew:
Chris, John, Kiri, Andrew, Gunnar, Dirk, Ramiro, Ryan, Rebeca, Roberto, Paul, Brittany, Scott 1, Scott 2, Regan, Melle, Devon, Bobby.
Mastered by Cookie at OTR.

Durations not listed on release, taken by CD player.


  • Barcode: 6 00353 01802 0
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT Z2541 4 OMM2 30180-2 01 M2S2
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L909
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U3P


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – OM Records
  • Copyright (c) – OM Records
  • Distributed By – ADA GLOBAL Ltd.
  • Mastered At – OTR Studios
  • Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Z2541


Comments (2)
I bought this album on CD some time ago. All I can say about it is that the sound quality was very poor (the music came out of mainly the left speaker/headphone). I exchanged it the day after I bought it.
Juan returns with another mainly housey mix, quite a few vocals. Some true jems to found on the mix, its the sort of CD where you are guaranteed to have never heard the tunes before because they are so underground, which begs the question what the hell is Hatiras "spaced invader" doing on this mix? - the cheesy remix at that!! It seems out of place, but maybe it was mixed before the tune was played at every nightclub round the country by "DJ dave doubledecks". Appart from this anomoly, the tunes are superb. The mixing is ok-ish, but the thing I like with this mix is that it is raw, and has a real street vibe just like the Detroit underground scene demands - no room for robots, its all about taking a street level approach. What I am getting at is that some mixes are a bit bodge, but considering Juan invented the word "Techno", and most would argue invented the music itself, he is more than let off! Get the triple vinyl if you can, coz I bet a fiver it will be deleted shortly..