Dermatron wrote:

Are you going to start crying? Its hardly a 9/11 conspiracy theory. Its been common knowledge for years and mentioned on here many times.

Nah, you're talking nonsense, it's just one of your games.

Where is the proof?

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Dermatron wrote:

Are you premenstrual darling? Pipe down you melt case.

It's really boring to accuse a man of being on their period, do you know that, it's the tiredest joke in the book.

Some of what you say is funny, but I really don't know where you get off and why you seem to delight in others misery?

Hardly anyone dare question you either, you're a bully. But you probably know that and love it.

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Dermatron wrote:

Jesus. Im genuinely taken aback by seeing that. I hope she faces charges etc Dirty cunt.

With all due respect Dermo, how can you be shocked or bothered about anything? You are possibly the most disgusting individual I have ever seen online; thankfuly I don't know anyone like you in everyday life.

I don't really follow football becuase of what I'm going to mention next, but I'm not surprised about this, you have made horrible comments about this abuse, and as for the kid swearing - that's what football is known for 'banter' (wankers) lad culture (wankers) and bigoted (wankers)

Those poor men, they didn't stand a chance until their hand was forced to come forward.

Amazing fucking bravery and strength so why trivialise it?

Dermatron wrote:

Which rock have you been under for the last god knows how long, yant? Nick Muir.

What in the fuck are you on about?

1) John Digweed.
2) Greg Wilson.
3) Dominik Eulberg.
4) Tim Englehardt.
5) Sebastein Leger.

An hour of noise downloaded for this weeks Transitions, still better than what's in the charts.

smallman1 wrote:
Neko wrote:




That my friend, is an absolute tune!

I thought that was terrible, one step away from commercial.

millsy23 wrote:
Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

Amazing use of 2001 footage with an absolute heater of a track. Just checking out Posthuman stuff now becuase I finally ID a track from a party I heard in 2009.

Again, I posted yonks ago ffs. Lol. Top track.

Ooops. Then again I wouldn't remember that with so many posted. What a brilliant track. Here's what I was trying to ID since 2009 when I first got into this music.

Played at a Halloween party, dark as fuck.

Amazing use of 2001 footage with an absolute heater of a track. Just checking out Posthuman stuff now becuase I finally ID a track from a party I heard in 2009.

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Jimmy Saville:

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/1/285x214/354874_1.jpg

Now

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/media/images/80972000/jpg/_80972365_000360779.jpg

Then

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/1/285x214/354874_1.jpg

Now

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/media/images/80972000/jpg/_80972365_000360779.jpg

Then

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MattBlack wrote:

At first I thought the Ressurection mix was the one he played at Heaven but I think the drums are different

I honestly think it was just an early version (at Gorilla & Heaven) and they feel the tweaked and released version is better.

That breakdown was around a minute long before!

This was one of my favourite transitions, although lately, they have all been on such a level it's a bold statement. The last track in John's mix especially caught my ear. He introduces Fanfare as a completely different track by accident too!

Nothing at all negative to say, and that's more can be said than most of what goes on in here.

It's good to see that this thread is progressing slowly but surely and it's positive.

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Dermatron wrote:

I remember my favourite tracks once

one week it was Vernons wonderland the next Country and western reincarnation. The week after Cj bolland mantra. Then I heard sasha drop Voices of Ka and decided i wouldn't bother any more because in 93 it was literally getting better every week you went out. That lasted another 2 years then it all went shit . Glad youre enjoying your tunes though mate.

That would have been a bit hard for me seen as I only got into this scene since 2009, we all get that you're a stalwart Dermo (you mention it a lot) I wish I'd have seen those times clubbing.

Closest I ever got to it, utter carrnage and a memorable day, was Leeds Love Parade when I first saw Sasha.

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millsy23 wrote:

Don't let Dermo into your mind palace, Beats. He's the Hannibal Lecter of the board. He'll have you feeding your face to your dog by next week if you're not careful.


My Dog? I hear enough about bloody dogs on here, I think Dermo secretly wants to feed him self to 'Thee' Dog.

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Dermatron wrote:

You said it on the youtube clip.

Im not bothered im just wondering what your fav ever track before you heard this was.

My Cover is blown!

It's a good question, it's changed a few times. Something that had a real impact like the first time I saw Digweed.

Romboy & Bodzin - Miranda (Oliver Huntemann Remix)

Figure of speech, Fanfare had a real impact on me when hearing it in Manchester. I think it's neigh on perfect. Can't wait to hear it this Friday, even if it's the remix.

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Dermatron wrote:

So i can put it into perspective what was it before you heard it?

It was this, I just didn't know it yet.

Hang on. Where did I say that it was the best track I've ever heard and why are you so bothered about what I class as good?


You're an odd man Dermo.

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Probably did do it.

They're all at it. If they're not fucking men then they're snorting beak. MP's must be shitting themselves.

It's sad the tabloids sole existence is about ruining people's lives.

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Dermatron wrote:

Are you still going with its the best track you've ever heard?

Yes.

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smallman1 wrote:

I've been in touch with the Guinness Book Of Records and we're going to attempt to beat the current world record of number of middle aged men gathered at a festival.

I obviously don't count but I'll be cheering everyone on of course.

Highly likely to be acheived, when you see the amount of people attending off the S&D Facebook group.

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roberto wrote:

a little bit disappointed to say that it's going to be my first anniversary so I'll be shacked up in a shepherds hut saying snookums a lot and getting raw. Goes against the whole Bedrock ethos really... #sausage

Acceptable, surely?

I'm going on Friday, long journey from here but will be worth it I'm sure. Only really bothered about Wetherall, Kalkbrenner and the main men.

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liquitech1 wrote:

...would be nice if something like this was on Be@TV for a change rather than f**King Nick Curly again or that complete joke Maceo Plex from some pretentious, cringey crap in Ibiza.

That is all. Rant over. Enjoy lads.

They're going to be doing just that (Although not Curly/Plex) they're in the wrong tent, won't be filming S&D but some others.

Probably Eats Everything who I think is a horror show.

steelydan wrote:

Same folk did Delta Lady 'anything you want'. I prefer 'ooh baby' from Secret Knowledge.

Loads of stuff from Sabres back catalogue still sounds fresh.

Cheers, Dan. I'll check them out also.

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TBF both Blue Addidas are nice, I don't wear trainers but they're alright.


What I have deduced from this thread though, hardly any 'trabbs' are acceptable? It's a footwear minefield, especially for the ageing Gentleman.

Don't worry, couple of years - you will all give up entirely.

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Ridiculously fit women aside.



Fanfare is Sexy as hell, gets me going as much as the wares on display.

smashdad wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Another classic ruined.

To the extent that a Digweed & Muir remix might possibly draw the current generation's attention to a seminal original then I guess it's a worthwhile exercise - I can't envisage any circumstances in which I would either choose to play, or hear, this remix over the original though...

I'd never heard it, fucking hell I was 9 when it came out. I love the remix, the subtle change in the bassline near the end. The original sounds fresh. I can't believe it's from 1993, what crisp production.

An excellent release, as you say it's certainly drawn attention to a seminal classic, one many would have missed. I know it was on Live in Miami but for me it's the weakest live in and doesn't get much attention.