Henry Rindhoops wrote:

Have you got an answer to Hugo, Simeon? FFS. You post that TL and you KNOW that you have to take FULL responsibility for filling the gaps. Dem da Bedrockz Rulz (see subsection 6.1.3.9a).

BTW, who the fuck (other than Hannu to the Finnish masses) is still playing that Joy Wellboy track? I mean, Jimmy lad. I love you and still have a poster of your Bedrock in my shed; admittidly with turned up corners and what looks like milk has been sprayed all over it (maybe I shouldn't have put you up next to Kate Bush in 'that' Babooshka outfit). But NO! Stop playing this fucking track.

Other than than, this mix is mint.

Thanks Wally.

Lol

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Big Fella wrote:

Getting stuck into French cop show Spirals, much obliged to the person who advised me to keep with it.

twas me Big Fella....this is the first series right?

oh fookin top - Finnebassen on this week's transitions... his essential mix last year was spectacularly good

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Not too sure about Fortitude yet... Obviously very atmospheric - but doesnt have me hooked from the first episode. Will continue watching though

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seanc80 wrote:
Big Fella wrote:
jules72 wrote:

The Legacy is really top notch.... One of you is going to thank me for recommending this.

Have downloaded this Jules, so thanking you in advance!

Me too. It better be all that, Jules.

Pressure's on smile .... I'm not worried

MattBlack wrote:

After all the praise Intersteller has received on here i decided to watch it and i have to say its the most overblown, overlong pretentious thing i have ever seen. Virtually nothing happens in the first hour and i could have fallen asleep through most of it, I normally like Nolans films but this one did nothing for me at all

Spot on.....

millsy23 wrote:

I've just round to listening to it, wanted to after all the hype settled. The Syl Johnson part is great. Sound quality on SC is a bit duff.

Agree about the Syl Johnson track - awesome.... and here's the link as posted by yourself Millsy

https://soundcloud.com/paradise_circus/ … because-im

The Legacy is really top notch.... One of you is going to thank me for recommending this.

Anyone watch Fortitude?

Homegrove wrote:

It's amazing how little CGI they used though. I have high hopes for the visual aesthetics of the new Star Wars-movie because they used real sets and props a lot too. It definitely makes a huge difference in the look of a movie. The Hobbit-movies were largely shot on set with green screen, when compared to the LOTR-movies and you can really tell.

True although they also need to drop the novelty characters... The trailer was much darker than the last crappy trilogy - hope theyve come to their senses

Amazing how split views on Interstellar are - people think it's is either crap or great.... its binary. For the record, I think its plop... all those special effects should have been put to much better use.

Great listen as usual Marcus.... love the Maceo Plex

Soz Yant smile

not doing much for me either....

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/ … er-8522368

What a total tit the guy who did this is....

These two Slacker mixes take some beating....

https://soundcloud.com/julesee/slacker- … 2003-08-22

https://soundcloud.com/julesee/slacker- … m-05-01-02

Cant mix to save his life though

Beijing Dave wrote:

Jules, whenever you see a Frenchman do you break into a strong French accent to your kids to make them laugh?

Lol do you feel empty Dave?

Homegrove wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/WwbfclK.jpg

Lol...

Making my way through the Legacy (Sky), danish drama about a family inheritance.... Highly recommended and not a cop drama for once

sounds excellent Millsy cheers.....

vinnyt77 wrote:
jules72 wrote:

I didn't want kids until we actually had one - it is usually the woman who wants one in any case (the biological urge or whatever)… now I wouldn't go back and change anything. It's hard work but I look at people who don't have them and think their lives are empty ...yeah i know you're going to travel round the world blah blah blah… but Ive done that smile

I don't doubt it, but fair play to you for having the stones to go ahead with it if you weren't sure until the point it happened! Neither Vicki nor I have ever had the urge to have them. I've got plenty of mates that just haven't been able to wait until they can start a family. Different strokes and all that. I think for us, we'd both be petrified at the idea of taking a punt that we *might* end up thinking it was the greatest thing ever, when I suspect it's just a case that neither of us are that way minded...

I hear you Vinny. If a woman doesnt want a kid then thats something else - she's often the one pushing for it. But what i do stick to is that while you may not have seen the joy of having a kid prior to having one, your attitude can change a lot afterwards. I love it when my 8 month old smiles at me, or my 3 year old says something that little more complex that before.... Its fascinating watching them grow and its only natural to enjoy it and love them. I do think many who dont want a family would probably feel differently if they knew what it was like.

vinnyt77 wrote:

Absolute won't. Love our mates' kids to bits, but just never wanted any of our own.... We're planning a six month sabbatical in a few years to travel round the Americas. Fuck all chance of that happening if we had our own kids.

I think most of our friends and family have got over the 'strangeness' of not wanting to have kids. Helps a lot that my sister delivered the much wanted grandchild for my parents a couple of years back though.

Neither of us have ever had that burning desire to start a family, and frankly we're far too selfish about protecting the lifestyle we lead to risk fucking it up.

I didn't want kids until we actually had one - it is usually the woman who wants one in any case (the biological urge or whatever)… now I wouldn't go back and change anything. It's hard work but I look at people who don't have them and think their lives are empty ...yeah i know you're going to travel round the world blah blah blah… but Ive done that smile

Yeah I think it probably was that one of the tracks that stood out

MarcusR wrote:

Peach/Clockwork/Culture Shock and The Gallery was where I cut my clubbing teeth in the mid 90s . Post early prog scene / pre The Cross days. Pumping house , piano breakdowns, rolling bass , mint beans. In essence the height of 90s mainstream house clubbing. Seemed like everyone was going out and getting on it big time. Lots of tracks on Ouch and Cleveland City/consolidated.

All went a bit neo and trancey by the late 90s, but by then had discovered Plastic Fantastic ........

Gold always came across as a genuinely nice bloke. Think he got clobbered by the tax man, hence his expat status

Clockwork Orange - had a good night or two there.....

Fark me ... Listened to the Niggemann set four times on the trot.... Brilliant stuff