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|1.||Carl Craig - "C Beams Glitter" (1:54)|
|2.||Bochum Welt - "Greenwich" (mix 2) (2:56)|
|3.||John Rocca - "The River Must Flow" (Zulu dub) (5:44)|
|1.||Daniele Patucchi - "People Come In" (4:10)|
|2.||Hit Man - "Future Times" (7:00)|
|1.||Sapho - "Le Train Den Paris" (Jura Soundsystem edit) (5:44)|
|2.||David Arch - "Afro Culture" (2:52)|
|1.||Zann - "After Work" (3:16)|
|2.||Hirini Melbourne - "Waiata Ki Te Ra" (2:15)|
|3.||Jeff Bridges - "Feeling Good" (3:30)|
The first Jura Soundsystem-helmed set, "Transmissions One", was arguably one of the compilations of 2018, so hopes are sky-high for this sequel. As with its predecessor, "Transmissions Two" features a mix of tracks never before seen on vinyl (see Carl Craig's astonishingly good ambient cut "C Beams Glitter"), quirky but brilliant obscurities and a smattering of Jura Soundsystem re-edits. There's much to enjoy throughout, with highlights including the deep electro warmth of Bochum Welt's "Greenwich (Mix 2)", the slo-mo space boogie of Hitman's "Future Times", David Arch's obscure Afro-synth jam "Afro Culture" and Jeff Bridges' "Feeling Good", a bizarre combination of new age ambient sounds and self-help spoken word vocals from "The Dude" himself.