One of the points of it though is that you only need one?

Edit... just seen thee links there. Forgive me.

Rave Lizard wrote:
Big_Fella wrote:

Can you imagine if John or Alex offered to do one of these?

I'm pretty sure Digweed did something similar, but it was a competition prize in Mixmag around 02/03. I could be wrong though.

He auctioned off a 5ft by 3ft Renaissance poster in 2002 as part of Mixmags charity thing. Other entries included an Oakenfold Perfecto jacket (Dermo probably bid on that), various Carl Cox and Judge Jules CDs, and a pair of Dave Clarkes leather trousers.

I know this, because I 'won' the Ren poster.

There might have been another one later than this, but I kind of stopped buying Mixmag around this time.

joeyp wrote:

Ordered but you wouldn't see me in one of those t shirts.

It's like grown men in football shirts.

Will anyone from here actually see you though?

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There's a pile of shit (IMHO) music out there that people pay for. If it's freely available, then highlighting it here is fine. I'm not expecting  that it's good, but it's nice to listen to and not hit the DL tab. You do have that option you know.

Thought the Goyte one was pretty sweet tbf. Cheers.

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After HG revelations about the 1995 EM, I have no reason to listen to anything he has to say about anything ever. wink

Sorry missed this one... have D/L.. and as Regward would say... 'hold tight for feedback'.

aural wrote:
aural wrote:

PM me if you guys are interested in a shared cloud drive. I have unlimited storage. Just send me a PM with your gmail email and I'll add you in.

A few fellas who have sent me their emails are in already. erik.b - check your PM.
Anyone else want in, just shoot me a PM with your gmail email address.


Jay... do you actually read the 'new posts' when you log on?

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Stef Pako and Frederik - Magic shop near the beginning. Pretty sure I have this on MD somewhere.

smallman1 wrote:

Looking forward to turning Everton over tomorrow.

3-1.

As always, you heard it here first.

I think you should change that phrase to 'you only heard it here'

roberto wrote:

You're under-estimating the power of a harry ramsdens....

BTW - If anyone sees me upright at this, you have my permissions to kick me in the geebg and ask wtf am I doing half-caning it? Get involved you old bastards - High Tide is one of the friendliest group of lads and lasseses you could ever hope to mingle with.


Steel toe caps donned then!

TBF, the diggers boat a couple of years ago was tops. Agreed, a great party crowd. Looking forward to it. Will there be an egg hunt too?

In. Should be a belter, as long as he doesn't overdo it in Brum the night before, or hold back too much for the Button Factory later in the evening.

That's not asking too much is it?

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smashdad wrote:

Opinions/arseholes/etc...

... but, for my money, Sasha's just fucking battered that - great stuff - looking forward to a d/l link and a tracklist - loads on there I want...

I concur. Just hit the replay button!

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Bit fortunate to be there in the first place mind. Bring back Riggins and Monk.

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The Redskins game is ebb and flow atm. What you think Grant?

Amps wrote:
spinnerlg wrote:
Amps wrote:

They where, tiny pitch wheel that moved about 90 degrees for a full + 8. They where also American and going through an old archaic converter box, they'd just speed up all of their own accord. You could do it though. But as J.P. says, once you got on a pair of 1210s everything seemed like a doddle after using them.


Yup, those were the very same belt drives I had. And the guessing game of 'will it speed up, won't it' of it's own accord rings a bell for sure. Glad mine weren't the only ones to do that. Still managed to sell the pair on for about £200 mind!

Are you sure they weren't direct drives?


Defo belt drives. I opened them up a few times. The first time I did I 'found' a few nice bonus 'things' inside it (I bought them from my supplier of the time). Maybe you posted a pic of the wrong decks you had, but the B1 and B2 were defo Belt driven.

Rave Lizard wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Makes sense to face the Dj booth surely?

You wouldn't go and see a band at say Brixton Academy and spend the night not facing them.

No. At clubs interaction between people in the crowd was more important than people stood looking at other people's backs. Back in the 90's it was more common not to look at the guy playing the records. The rise of the so called superstar DJ really changed everything.

I doubt people at the Wigan Casino or Studio 54 paid much attention to the DJ. I don't think I did either until the late 90's. I just used to turn up, take drugs, dance around like a bellend with some nice pussy and then go to an after party and make cunt of myself. Halcyon days.


This. Took me a good 4 or 5 visits to the Hacienda before I actually knew where the booth was. Even then it was quite difficult to actually focus and see anyone in it! All about the crowd and having a bop. Remember people actually offering you water with a smile?

Amps wrote:

They where, tiny pitch wheel that moved about 90 degrees for a full + 8. They where also American and going through an old archaic converter box, they'd just speed up all of their own accord. You could do it though. But as J.P. says, once you got on a pair of 1210s everything seemed like a doddle after using them.


Yup, those were the very same belt drives I had. And the guessing game of 'will it speed up, won't it' of it's own accord rings a bell for sure. Glad mine weren't the only ones to do that. Still managed to sell the pair on for about £200 mind!

On the verge of a 5 pager. Does that qualify me for a spreadsheet mention, even if this has turned into a 'what was your first set-up' thread?

Mine was a couple of belt drive Technics with shitty dials for pitch control, which were dodgy as fook and would suddenly change pitch to keep me on my toes, and that Kam mixer posted earlier. When I upgraded to 1210s it was oh so much more 'easy'. Had a Gemini 626pro when I did upgrade mind. Luxury.

http://www.virtualdj.com/image/26622/18713/GEMINIPS-626PRO.jpg

allegedly £2750.

For one.

shaunstrudwick wrote:
spinnerlg wrote:

Sam Mollison - Cry (Fade DMC mix) would be super if anyone has it.

I have that

again can do something when back home mate


Yes please squire.

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Wally wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Digweed's 1995 essential mix means nothing to me.

The one with the blue amazon lighthouse family remix going into "Change" in it?

Quite possibly the best transition of two tunes ever.

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Homegrove wrote:

Digweed's 1995 essential mix means nothing to me.


Don't let Strudders see this.

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poirot wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

Gotye - Somebody (Habischman Bootleg Remix). Will appeal to some on here I would imagine.

https://soundcloud.com/habischman/gotye … tleg-remix

Missed the dl for this. Anyone oblige plz?

Dermo + Dutchy. Check PM. Ta.

Sam Mollison - Cry (Fade DMC mix) would be super if anyone has it.

Alot of breakfast related failings here... the ones with either one or no eggs. Fail.