French producer Mr Oizo scores a massive hit with the help of a Levis advert and a yellow puppet called Flat Eric.
1999 is a golden year for Trance with tracks like "Carte Blanche" by Verracocha, ATB's "9pm" and "Xpander" by Sasha.
Ultra Music Festival holds it's first event in Miami.
Ferry Corsten collabs with Tiesto on their Gouryella project.
Drum & Bass legend Kemistry dies.
Legendary clubbing movie Human Traffic is released, launching the careers of John Simm and Danny Dyer.
Paul Oakenfold leaves his Cream tesidency.
Fabric London opens it's doors for the first time
Galaxy 105-106 launches across the North East.
Ministry of Sound Recordings expands down under - establishing Ministry of Sound Australia
London's Kiss 100 is rebranded with a new logo and focuses on more mainstream pop.
Superclub Home opens its doors in London’s Leicester Square and Homelands festival launches in the UK and Ireland.
Gatecrasher buys it's 2nd club in Sheffield - the former Music Factory, which after a huge refurb becomes Bed.
As the millennium comes to a close, some of the UK's biggest clubs hold once-in-a-lifetime New Year's Eve events including Cream's huge party at the Pierhead in Liverpool and the 25,000 strong Don Valley Stadium for Gatecrasher.
Dutch label Spinnin' Records is formed by Eelko van Kooten and Roger de Graaf.
Moby - Play [V2]
Basement Jaxx – Remedy [Astralwerks, 1999)
Euphoria - Mixed by PF Project [Telstar TV]
Eminem - The Slim Shady LP [Interscope Records]
Richie Hawtin - Decks EFX & 909 [M_nus]
1. Paul Oakenfold
2. Carl Cox
4. Judge Jules
5. Paul Van Dyk
6. John Digweed
7. Fatboy Slim
8. Danny Tenaglia
9. Roger Sanchez
10. Nick Warren
11. Pete Tong
12. Masters At Work
13. Seb Fontaine
14. Tall Paul
15. Tony Humphries
16. Danny Howells
17. Dave Seaman
18. Basement Jaxx
19. Danny Rampling
20. Gilles Peterson