Oakenfold Anthems is a compilation DJ mix album by British electronic producer and disc jockey Paul Oakenfold, released in 2008 on WMTV. His eighteenth mix album, the album is a triple album containing popular electronic singles, mostly focused on the progressive house and progressive trance genres, that Oakenfold considers favourites, and the material on the album mostly draws from Oakenfold's label Perfecto Records. Indeed, the album cover contains the caption "The Classic Perfecto Mix".
The album can be seen as a "best of" compilation of Perfecto Records in a similar way to how the previous year's Greatest Hits & Remixes was a "best of" Oakenfold throughout his career.
The album received positive reviews from critics. A staff editor from Amazon.com said the album "cherry picks from Oakenfold's Perfecto label and beyond, covering his prolific work as a remixer with Steve Osborne and delivering a taste of the man who has played at Wembley, The Hollywood Bowl and even the main stage at Glastonbury" and notes how the tracks are "re-edited and exclusively mixed to capture an epic era in the history of British clubbing by arguably the world's best ever DJ."Gigwise rated the album eight out of ten stars, stating "whether you’re a car park cruising Burberry wearing boy racer, dance music connoisseur or just a memory lane pedestrian, with fifty floor filling tracks to gurn your way through this collection is a must have," and comically noting the album is "bigger than Rik Waller on a weekend McBinge." Ben Hogwood of DMC Music was very favourable, rating the album five out of five stars, stating "even if you have this music already, Oakenfold's mixing will help you see it with fresh eyes."The Sentinel were less favourable, rating the album two out of five stars, stating "if you'd forgotten what Robert Miles's "Children" sounds like, here it is again. The question is whether you wish to unlock such stuff from the musical recesses of your mind."