Apple introduces it's first iPod and the iTunes player.
Sirius XM launches BPM - it's 1st Electronic/Dance channel.
Damon Albarn's Gorillaz enters the Guinness Book of Records as the Most Successful Virtual band with their first studio album selling over 7 million copies worldwide.
Tiësto releases his first solo album, In My Memory, on Black Hole Recordings.
21 year old Northern Irish Godskitchen resident Fergie joins BBC Radio 1.
Napster shuts down its entire network in order to comply with a court injunction ordering it to halt the trading of copyrighted files
James Zabiela signs to Sasha’s Excession management company after winning Muzik Magazine’s “ Bedroom Bedlam”
Pacha opens in London.
Home closes in London.
Despite the British countryside being ravaged by Foot & Mouth disease, there was huge amount of festivals from Homelands, Global Gathering, Gatecrasher, The Big Chill and Ministry of Sound's Knebworth 01.
David Morales signs to Galaxy FM for a weekly show.
Ministry of Sound radio goes FM across London.
Fatboy Slim holds the first Big Beach Boutique in Brighton.
Röyksopp – Melody A.M [Wall of Sound]
Daft Punk - Discovery [Virgin]
Gorillaz - Gorillaz [Parlophone]
Jamiroquai - A Funk Odyssey [Sony]
Gatecrasher: The Album Series (Black, Red, Wet & DiscoTech) [InCredible]
Paul van Dyk - The Politics of Dancing [Ministry of Sound]
Ministry of Sound - The Chill Out Session [MoS]
Andy C - Ram Raiders - The Mix [RAM Records]
1. John Digweed
3. Danny Tenaglia
4. Paul van Dyk
5. Paul Oakenfold
7. Carl Cox
8. Mauro Picotto
9. Steve Lawler
10. Deep Dish
11. Judge Jules
12. Danny Howells
13. Roger Sanchez
14. Erick Morillo
15. Sander Kleinenberg
17. Dave Seaman
18. Tall Paul
19. Ferry Corsten
20. Seb Fontaine