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(27,762 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

To be fair, Che Neville is always going to come out on top when compared to Enoch Campbell, regardless of footballing intelligence.

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No. Nothing sordid like that happened. Dave was fairly loved up at the time and I was just freshly divorced and surprised I'd lucked out so early in the trip.

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(38 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Certainly a banger!

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smallman1 wrote:

How did you end up in his shorts though Dan?

There was a bit of pool action after the club and seeing as hadnt been in my hotel since landing I needed something to wear. It's the only time I've ever worn Leeds Utd apperal.

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I once wore a pair of Dave Seaman's (the dj) shorts in Ibiza. Long story short, landed in Ibiza, dumped bags and straight to Pacha for Diggers, bump in to Nick Muir who was with Dave who was with this rather fecthing pair of russian dancers. Needless to say he couldnt handle both of them so I did the only decent thing and struck up an  anglo-russian relationship.

She dumped me after three days as I didnt have a black amex at the time.

Grant wrote:

La Esquina - amazing Mexican. Need to book, and actually not easy to find, the entrance is a deli - great food, great experience. Not too expensive either.

http://www.esquinanyc.com/

Another vote for this place. The Margaritas are ridiculously good.

Fuck me! Talk about ripping off Mark Knight and Funkygenda!!!!!!!!!!

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benson wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

I shall be heading up to Sydney in April sometime to see Steve Marx, I shall PM you for a beer chief, on me, natch.

The 2 afters heavy weights!


Behemoths even!

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katakana wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:
katakana wrote:

Right then, where do I start..

-regular at Shellys
-had a residency in Derby in 91 which had sasha, seamen, garnier, cox as guests
-monthly resident at Renaissance in Mansfield
-was pretty much in partnership with Nigel Dawson for a few years
-played a 4 hour set before sasha at subway in Sheffield (also a residency)
-played all over the world, including being the first international guest at club xiii moscow (and had a monthly residency there with Rowan Blades)
-managed by wiggy / red parrot at one point
-ran the 'sonambulist' label..yes, then one that signed loopy wink
-produced and remixed numerous tracks for labels like baroque, electro fly, red parrot, caged, positiva, perfecto
-produced tracks with quiver, parks and Wilson, Marshall Jefferson
-gave james zabiela a monthly residency at my night 'silicon' before he was massive, played back to back with him most months

I'll leave it at that for now..;)

Don't see any mention of seeing Sasha at Space there, pal.

Ledged it to sasha in space about 3 or 4 times, 1999-2001, natch wink

WiPS wink

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Strong turnout.

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(395 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Im with Kev.

My prog credentials include:

Club UK - Fabi Paras, amongst others, in the Pop Art Room
Strutt at Gray's on Gray's Inn Road, Holbern with Rad Rice
Strutt Deluxe with Slam and me having a piss next too Tom Rowlands of The Dust Brothers
regular at The Leisure Lounge when Club UK shut down
religiously buying Guerrilla, Hard Hands and Cowboy Records

All this before I'd even saw Sasha and Digweed play live.

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(54 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

That's her partner on the CD cover, Dave.

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(120 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Is this before or after Clarkson hit him?

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"Surely there must be some way to combine all this hardware in to one easy to use piece of equipment?"

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(120 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I think it's fair to say we all love Top Gear.

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747man wrote:

I think Top Gear used to be about cars and stuff.  Now it's about 3 twats and their middle class bantz ...

The Bedrock Forum seems to fit the demographic perfectly.

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Big Fella wrote:

You don't really believe that Dan, he hadn't won anything in NINE years, even now you are clinging onto the FA Cup.

In the same way that you're struggling now that ol' Purple has gone, we'd have struggled even moreso!

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Grant wrote:

As I said earlier, if this is the quality the Premiership has for fourth place, it's a worry.

It's been no different for a number of years now.

But, what are the reasons and why does everyone want to play/watch/sell the EPL?

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Big Fella wrote:

Arsenal's manager hasn't been there 8 months either.

No, but he's managed to hold the ship a float with one hand tied behind his back pretty well for all these years.

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(27,762 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

If it wasn't for De Gea, the score would have been greater. Arsenal's problems are relatively minor compared to United's at the moment.

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Big Fella wrote:

Flares
Harwood
Erik
SteelyDan
Doggy

all circling like vultures, textbook.

I thought I was being gracious?

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Nice to get a win at OT after all these years. Hopefully, this and the Citeh result will continue to lay the inferiority complex ghost to rest for a while.

I think the fear factor is well and truly gone at OT for most visiting teams. If it wasn't for De Gea I think United would struggle to be a Top Ten side.

Was in Munich at the end of January for a Stag do. Great place to get pissed. Had a nightmare getting in any clubs and when we did we ended up getting unceremoniously turfed out. We managed to get chucked out of one before any their was anybody there!!!

I think buying a bottle of Tequila and then getting the Turkish lads to talk to the Turkish bouncers about where to get favours didn't go down too well?

We had a pretty useless best man tbf.

Although, we did go to a Bayern Munich bar and were hounery Wolfsburg fans for the night. Something you could never do in an English supporters bar. Very funny and they took it in good spirits tbf to them, even though BM got tonked 4-1 and you had a load of pissed up brits singing "Who let the Wolfs out, who who who" every couple of minutes!

jamie wrote:

Always loved Rampling - decent DJ that could build a set properly, always had an ear for a good tune and no matter what anyone says, he did a lot to help create the scene in the early days.

I remember him clearing the floor at Renaissance @ The Cross once with a set of Speed Garage. Then, he was a cunt to me (or was I a cunt to him, depends on how you view it), when he wouldn't exchange my £ 20 for Pesetas at Privilege back in 2000 when I wanted to carry on the party at 7am!

Jon Hopkins - Open Eye Signal (George FitzGerald Remix)
Affkt - Txuribeltz
Jordan Peak - Tones & Textures (Original Mix)
Nila - Black Disc
CDC - Pick Myself Up