Got through the first half of this yesterday afternoon Japes - loved it

Second half to be enjoyed whilst stripping more wallpaper for the nursery room!! 

Here's to a better 2015 mate

smallman1 wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

you could do an imaginary afters for one of his imaginary nights.

Both Damo and Mike 'The Power Prog Machine' Miller have been to the afters.

Don't think they've ever seen anything like it.

Erm ........cough, cough - although I was a bit disappointed when neither Laurent nor Sasha graced the decks

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The Digweed High Tide boat party last year was certainly full of people going for it

Admittedly, a dark club at 3am is really where its at

No work getting done by me this afternoon - fit chicas galore on this Boiler room

Tis live now - https://boilerroom.tv/session/tulum-diynamic-takeover/

If you fancy staring at some half decent dorises with some toons

Who's looking forward to Sasha's daytime set on Friday?!!!!

Its gonna be life changing lol

10 days before the nippers supposed to arrive

Not sure anyone would be able to swing this one with the wife - shame

They're not crisps

smallman1 wrote:

Nice n spicy Nik Naks.

Boss.

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Mad Frankie's son - Frank Fraser (natch) - has brokered my mortgage on 2 occasions  KLANG

All above board guv .... honest

Nice work Smash - the first track is right up me alley, so appreciate the effort

smashdad wrote:

I've made a Spotify playlist of the ALFOS top 100 of 2014 - managed to find 79 of them - there's probably even more of them on Spotify but there's only so much time I could spend searching spelling variables...

Here you go for those that are interested,

http://open.spotify.com/user/smashdad/p … NETgFrYqyt

"This adage also applies in an unexpected place – to broccoli, the luvvie of the high-street “superfood” detox salad. Broccoli does help the liver out but, unlike the broad-shouldered, cape-wearing image that its superfood moniker suggests, it is no hero.
Broccoli, as with all brassicas – sprouts, mustard plants, cabbages – contains cyanide. Eating it provides a tiny bit of poison that, like alcohol, primes the enzymes in your liver to deal better with any other poisons."

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle … -ignorance

From MAW's playlist ...... this is the mcdizzle - https://soundcloud.com/love-harder-reco … s-leo-kane

furry wrote:

Maria Anne West put one together as well.

https://soundcloud.com/maria-anne-west/ … -for-alfos

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Panda Cola is cheap, orrible shite - right down the pecking order when it came to fizzy drinks (IMO)

Grant wrote:
wrongun wrote:

Oh the irony ......

Grant wrote:

A poor man's Panda Cola

Irony?

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Oh the irony ......

Grant wrote:
Yant wrote:

No votes for Tizer then?

A poor man's Panda Cola

Sorted your merch Man out then wink

smallman1 wrote:

Talabot was ace.

I was so spangle dangled that I have absolutely no idea what he played.

It all sounded mint though, hope that helps.

millsy23 wrote:
steelydan wrote:

Nice way to welcome in the new year
http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-30655802

Cheers Dan. Looks like Charlie Sheen would after being locked in a room and forced to listen to extreme muscular prog for eight days straight.

....... and a nice healthy dose of 'bath salts'

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He was on radio silence ................ in other words No

I've already communicated how disappointed I am with him

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furry wrote:

Ed couldn't make it??

True story.  Ed pulled a no show .......... after all his big talk as well wink

Was a fantastic night. Thankfully I didn't see any aggro all evening - although I did end up being a girl friend of ours 'husband' about 4 times as there was an element of the foreign sleazebags in there.  Putting some of that down to it being the Fabric before Christmas & usual quota of pissheads who buggered off about 4am.

The Craig was superb & despite his illness Diggers was brilliant. Think he came on just after 3 in the end (so only an hour or so shorter than originally planned).

Fuck knows what tracks he played but from others slightly better memories:
Andre Bratten - Trommer Og Bass
Closing track: Caribou Your Love Will Set You Free (c2's set you free remix)

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thoroughly enjoyed this one Millsy

Will be on repeat & shared with some mates

This is rather enjoyable too ........ https://soundcloud.com/platform/job-jobse

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No idea on times but the Bedrock Resurrection email confirmed he'll be playing 6 hours

So on at 2am??  Power it through to gone 9?!

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Time to resurrect this one methinks - who's in??!!

Still deciding on what t-shirt to wear ........... (don't want to clash with Ed's gay house one)

But what if you don't want a phone that requires a man bag the size of Ed's/Millsys's to carry around?

Need something you can put in your jeans pockets on a night out without the fear of snapping it when you sit down

this is why we get on Ed.  love it

insisted on it being played at my wedding - Mama Wrongun lapped it up

smallman1 wrote:

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hahahahaha (which finished at 11pm)