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Ms. Pure
31.10.2003, 22:50
DJ MAG Top 100 DJs 2003
http://www.djmag.com

1 Tiësto
2 Paul Van Dyk
3 Armin Van Buuren
4 Sasha
5 John Digweed
6 Ferry Corsten
7 Carl Cox
8 Paul Oakenfold
9 Judge Jules
10 Deep Dish

11 James Zabiela
12 Danny Howells
13 Sander Kleinenberg
14 Steve Lawler
15 Marco V
16 Erick Morillo
17 Mauro Picotto
18 Danny Tenaglia
19 Tall Paul
20 Eddie Halliwell

21 Roger Sanchez
22 Hernan Cattaneo
23 Fergie
24 Johan Gielen
25 Pete Tong
26 Lisa Lashes
27 John OO Fleming
28 Nick Warren
29 Laurent Garnier
30 Lee Burridge

31 Dave Clarke
32 Derrick Carter
33 Richie Hawtin
34 Satoshi Tomiie
35 Christopher Lawrence
36 Adam Feeland
37 Plump DJs
38 Masters At Work
39 Jeff Mills
40 Dave Seaman

41 Sven Vath
42 Gabriel & Dresden
43 Fatboy Slim
44 James Lavelle
45 Umek
46 Seb Fontaine
47 Andre Tanneberger (ATB)
48 Ann Savage
49 Mistress Barbara
50 M.I.K.E.(Push)

51 Lange
52 Hybrid
53 Darren Emerson
54 Andy Farley
55 Lady Dana
56 Max Graham
57 BK
58 Timo Maas
59 Jon Carter
60 Lisa Pin-Up

61 Danny Rampling
62 Mr.Scruff
63 DJ Rush
64 Matt Hardwick
65 Adam Beyer
66 Anthony Pappa
67 Scot Project
68 Donald Glaude
69 Rob Tissera
70 Yoji Biomehanika

71 Andy C *****************************
72 Bad Boy Bill
73 Blank & Jones
74 Tidy Boys
75 Lottie
76 James Holden
77 Felix Da Housecat
78 Gilles Peterson
79 Mark Farina
80 Paul Glazby

81 Jonathan Lisle
82 David Morales
83 BT
84 Tim Deluxe
85 2 Many DJs
86 Cosmic Gate
87 Thrillseekers
88 Chris Liebing
89 Layo & Bushwacka
90 Frankie Knuckles

91 Dave Lee/Joey Negro
92 Slam
93 DJ Sneak
94 Cor Fijneman
95 Scott Bond
96 Yousef
97 Graham Gold
98 Guy Ornadel
99 Smokin Jo
100 Marco Carola



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DJ MAGAZINE TOP 100 2003
TRANCE TRIUMITIVE TAKE TOP SPOTS

The Dutch uber lord has done it again, beating off tough opposition to retain his coveted title as the No.1 DJ in the World. TIËSTO is once more Lord of the trance and the king of the dancefloor. Now in it’s tenth year, the definitive DJ chart has yet again thrown up some surprises, some shocks and some undeniable trends. Trance is on top yet again and there seems to be no stopping the big room sound

There’s been an amazing response to this year’s Top 100 poll. The vote was almost 50% up on last year’s total, with an incredible 61,529 of you taking the time out to participate in the only poll that matters. Outside the UK we received votes from a staggering 120 different countries (there are only 193 in the world). Aside from the established countries for dance music, we received votes from territories as far flung as Moldaova, Bosnia, The Fiji Islands, Papua New Guinea and Iran. Proof yet again that dance music is a truly global phenomenon.

Commenting on this year’s poll DJ magazine editor Lesley Wright said:
‘Mental - that's the only way to describe this year's Top 100. Voting went through the roof and exceeded all our expectations. While scare-mongers bleated on about the death of dance music, we received a record-breaking number of votes from 120 countries around the world.

What kind of message does that send out? It's a massive two-fingered salute to those who have been desperate to bury this scene and the music we love. Dance music and the people who love it ain't going anywhere.

With 19 new entries, six re-entries and 2 non-movers this really is the only chart that counts. TIËSTO has reclaimed his crown and for another year and can boast that he is the No.1 DJ in the world. With PAUL VAN DYK and ARMIN VAN BUUREN leapfrogging over SASHA and DIGWEED into the Top 3, it’s a triple whammy for the European purveyors of trance. With FERRY CORSTEN rising three places to No.6 and PAUL OAKENFOLD and JUDGE JULES holding firm, we can safely say that the sounds of trance and hard dance are still dominating clubland in a big way.

The public’s penchant for the tougher sound is further evident from the highest new entry from production wizards GABRIEL & DRESDEN, and highest climber TALL PAUL who climbs 57 places to No. 19.

The ‘prog’ set remain pretty steadfast with SASHA & DIGWEED still well up there. DANNY HOWELS, SANDER KLEINEBERG, STEVE LAWLER, PETE TONG, SATOSHI TOMIIE, HERNAN CATTANEO, TIMO MAAS and DAVE SEAMAN hold their positions in the higher regions of the chart. Another year and another sizeable leap for young gun and one to watch JAMES ZABIELA, who just misses out on a Top 10 ranking settling for an impressive No.11 position.

House legends ERICK MORILLO, DERRICK CARTER, MASTERS AT WORK and ROGER SANCHEZ reap the rewards of sticking to their guns and maintain respectable chart positions whilst other house heads, Radio 1 duo LOTTIE and YOUSEF experience a considerable drop.

Techno has also shown strongly his year. CARL COX, FERGIE, RICHIE HAWTIN, SLAM and DAVE CLARKE more or less remain in the same positions as last year with LAURENT GARNIER, JEFF MILLS and SVEN VATH all climbing to very satisfactory spots. ANDY C is the only Drum & Bass DJ in the chart, whilst breaks have faired well proving it can no longer be just a back room sound. ADAM FREELAND rises 46 places while THE PLUMPS are up 23 and HYBRID rise 39. James Lavelle also enters as the second highest new entry at 44.

FATBOY SLIM remains in the Top 50 whilst there is no sign of chart topping acts such as THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS, BASEMENT JAXX, AUDIO BULLY’S or X-PRESS2. Chart success obviously doesn’t equal a dedicated club following.

"For me, once again, it's a crown on my work, I feel extremely honoured that the fans worldwide keep on supporting me. To me that is the motivation that will keep me entertaining and surprising the fans in the future" TIESTO – World’s No.1 DJ 2003

Tiesto reigns for another year. But the winds of change have definitely been wafting through the Top 100 DJs chart and there are strong signs of potential new contenders and rising stars. Anything can change and it usually does. What surprises will 2004 bring?

Dr.Schmidt
31.10.2003, 23:05
Ich lach mir den Arsch ab......

Tiesto.....bitte wer ist denn das. Ne Holländische Trance-Nase, dicht gefolgt von PvD - Wahnsinn. Nur ein D&B-DJ in der Liste - Wahnsinn.

Naja wenigstens sidn ein Paar NuSkool-Jocks dabei.............aber sicherlich auch nur für ihre gelegentlichen House-Sets.

Da sind man mal, was das Dj Mag für ne Klientel bedient. Gatecrascher - Eurodance-Liebhaber. Nächstes Jahr bitte noch DJ Bobo, DJ Ötzi und Scooter!!!

Da haben die Leute in den Groove-Jahresrückblicken ja noch richtig Credibility gegen.

Cheers Andreas

caress173
01.11.2003, 04:59
evtnl nur 1^0 leutz bei denen ich von ok sprechen kann
der rest ..................autschhhhhhhhhh

na ja 20 grad so,techno huber un so