That's boss. More lights on strings I say!

smallman1 wrote:
spinnerlg wrote:

I hope Leftfield are watching this and thinking 'Hmmmm....Leftism..... live..... 20 years....'

Seeing Leftfield on Saturday night.

Neil Barnes has kindly put me on the guestlist (KLANG) so I shall ask..

Keep us in the loop Smalls. smile


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fadass wrote:
dogmanstar888 wrote:

I know a few Chelsea fans - season ticket holders, one is a cabbie and he recently said how much he disliked him.

Gen lol.

There's a Chelsea fan who comes into where I work every Wednesday morning. Without fail. Said before the season 'Costa is shite... no one at Chelsea likes him or the way he plays... we'll be fucked'

Not heard a peep from him since except a bit of a wry smile.

In summary.... Chelsea fans... know fuck all. Even when they sign up a 'goalden' one (apart from the smalls, natch)

I hope Leftfield are watching this and thinking 'Hmmmm....Leftism..... live..... 20 years....'

20 odd minutes, and he mentions Fergie for about 30 seconds of it if that. Exposed I suppose. Right you are.

dutchy101 wrote:

Yes. Twice. Three times now. Fucking belter.

Apologies. I went through a few pages and must have missed them...

What about Tonkin? Some outright bangers on that label.

Have we had any Quad yet?

Pink Bomb?

This one?

smashdad wrote:

It would appear that Underworld have smashed the merry fuck out of the Albert Hall this evening...

From all reports I am seeing, would appear so. Sitting down is not an option. I'm jealous for sure.


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I had a good time on the TA boat with the Howeller the other week. That's enough of a tick in the box for me. Say what you like he's got it. Even if he looks like he's not seen, let alone had a good meal in about 3 years. wink

In smile


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dutchy101 wrote:

He even put a thread on here beforehand asking for what we wanted to hear. Pleased to report my suggestion of Lexicon Avenue's mix of Depeche Mode 'Only When I Lose Myself' got the biggest cheer of the night too. Sad cunt that I am haha. … p?id=33990

Forgot about this. Thanks for the reminder.


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dogmanstar888 wrote:

+ we need to be moving forward.

Why can't you be allowed to reflect sometimes? Is it not allowed? If you don't want to, you don't have to you know. It's not compulsory.


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You'd never catch Presto in one of those nights on a boat or club ever. He was only 12 when those monsters came about.

I dont see the harm though tbh. What's your beef with them Dog?


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On a different tip... this is apparently 'sports news'.... why does anyone, let alone the BBC, give this muppet a single inch in the press?

Barton is a clown. Does everyone not know this yet? Why is this even news? Why am I copying it and passing it on? Oh.. hold on...


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dogmanstar888 wrote:

Does anybody else feel that - whilst older tunes are great for reminiscing - that there's something odd about classics nights or playing old music exclusively



Sure. I'll PM you.

Have to say that Digweeds set at Bedrock 10 was up there, along with Sasha's 8 hour loftathon a couple of years ago.

steelydan wrote:

Just hearing Misplastico in there made my night....that track was made for that room

Of all the 'space' mixes of tunes, this quote makes alot of sense. I'm pissed that I never heard it played in there.

Back on OP... Best gig would have to be Rage Against the Machine at the Ritz Manchester 1993. A few months after the release of the first album, and alot of angst going on. One chap descended from the balcony only to hit his head on the corner of the PA system on the way down and be dragged out to A+E. I got my hair caught in some blokes earring which ripped it from his ear.... and at the end of the gig I (while being a fine and dandy chap who was in his prime) pretty much passed out from the exhaustion of the mosh pit for the previous few hours of Tool, Wool and RATM. Happy days!! smile

elrobertos wrote:
j.p sykes wrote:
GregWhelan wrote:

Didnt Kraftwerk play Tribal Gathering at Luton Hoo in 1996? Amazed theres been no other festivals there, its just as good as Knebworth IMO

Yes I was there, but it was 1997 - didn't listen to much of kraftwerk to be honest, you could hardly get in the tent.

Great festival though, sasha and john b2b, blue amazon live, orbital, daft punk, way out west, fluke, garnier etc.

Most of my mates ended up in the medical tent though, it was like Vietnam in there...

Yeah I was at that, too. Utter carnage from the very outset.

For some reason we had backstage passes and I stood on the side of the stage for Sasha and John's B2B bit. All very epic house from memory. When Diggers eventually descended from the elevated decks, he wandered past me and said "alright mate" (which considering we'd never met was very polite of him imo). Utterly starstruck and unprepared my response will haunt me forever: "I think you're fucking brilliant." This marked the end of the conversation.

Haha.. tops. I was there front left. Diggers even had a camcorder out when Sasha was playing, as he was within grabbing distance. Obv I kept myself in check for this, I aint no nutter like! wink Was a great set from the guys, and also from Way Out West before them. Tony De Vit bossed it after too.... happy days all round.

dutchy101 wrote:

Reports are that he nailed Space on Sunday in a pounding progathon.

even a mate of mine who is renowned for being a 'hard to please' twat regarding decent music and such said 'he played a storming set'...  we shall see....

I'm in for Fabrica.... be there front centre after a few scoops upstairs first. smile

I'm sure I saw a Loopy video of some description once. I've blanked the links and everything from my mind, but obviously I still recall it, and it is there, somewhere, in the internetness.


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La Nausee wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

1-1 at Citeh tomorrow.

You heard it here first.

As always, Ed really sticking his neck out.

Can't fault his powers though.


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dogmanstar888 wrote:
Presto wrote:

Liverpool's 1-4 win at O.T with Torres scoring will irritate him more than that Gerrard slip imo.

That's your opinion. And it is, IMO, way off the mark. I think Liverpool not winning the league comes a bit higher than one bad result. wink