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(27 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mike Freeman wrote:

Jesus, people gush over old Sasha but what you're seeing in this video is the equivalent of a nightclub today playing David Guetta.  It's chart music - that first track was number 10 or something in the UK single charts.


I think it's called playing good music. If it's in the charts or not, good music is good music.

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I was there, cracking night.

When is enough 'enough'....??

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/32694793

poirot wrote:

Smalls being handed a severe prog owning there by flares.


I would think that any club, anywhere in the world, that the main man requests something be done, should be done. I've never been to the Arches, but I do know the name (and I think an EM from '95)... the same as Cream at Nation, the Hac, MOS, Fabric etc etc.... you don't have to have been there to appreciate the fact that it is something that needs to be retained for the future. I used to go to Madisons in Bournemouth.... legendary stuff... would love for that place to still be there. Fair enough, the building was fecked, but if it wasn't, and some piss pot politics closed it, I would be rightly peeved.

I shall sign. Smalls... have a word.

Tbh, I prefer the Que club May 95 live mix from Sasha from the studio one the week before. Flat out prog.

Even the BBC got in on the act.... tried to sneak in a poll on the live text feed of the game with a 'Who is the greatest central midfielder of the prem era?' poll on it.

Thank fuck that word got out as after 10 mins of the game Stevie Me was at 40 fucking %! Ended up on 28% and the rightful answer of Scholes was on 36%.

matttymm wrote:

Thanks to those that have posted - unfortunately the versions posted are the same file.

Was hoping that someone out there might have a special copy tucked away somewhere.

Totally gutted to have damaged that disk - totally loving that 95/96 sound at the moment.

The essential mix from Dave Seaman in 1996 is pure class along with Digweed's 95 Essential Mix.

If there is anyone out there with Sasha 1995 please let me know - getting a bit down!!

Thanks all.

Enjoy the Jeremy Healey mix.

Da Da Da ..... Smooth Criminal

I have this on Minidisc somewhere in the loft, although I *think* it was a mono copy (as a disc was 74 minutes long stereo, but double that mono)... I would wager that the copy on my external would be the same rip you have.

JMJ Oxygene for me too. Listening to it whilst staring at the album cover was an intense experience for a young chap.

Dark Star wrote:

Corrected, official rankings below.   

1. BMM - moderator
2. ETC - unique posting style, lolPP ratio off the scale
3. Smashdad - exceptional music knowledge and contribution, rises above the #bantz
4. Smallman1 - mild mannered in the face of extreme provocation / trashed creds, exceptional "lifestyle" contributor with heavy klanging
5. NCable - eloquent/funny, ignores predictable baiting and klangs with class, high music creds, cooking tips are good
6. Beijing Dave - entertaining #bantz and lols on a consistent basis
7. Loopdokter - gets trolled left right & centre for klanging and having been in the scene and doesn't give a shit
8. Millsy - providing the funnies with great consistency for a very long time
9. MattBlack - for defending a UKIP position without shame and taking endless abuse without ever taking it personally
10. universoGus - quite simply for bonkers posts which are absolutely essential reading, and curating tasteful images of fine females for our viewing pleasure

Aside from #1 reserved for the mod, these rankings are based on a mix of quality of posts, lolsPP, exceptional knowledge or authority in some area, patience with provocation, lack of personal spats, music credentials or providing something uniquely interesting to the board ...


I actually agree with most of that. Although Gus should be higher up.

Congrats Hannu... best of british etc... oh, hold on...

Uhm.... 'Finest of Finnish'??

Best of luck to you both.

smallman1 wrote:

If it wasn't for Ossia and Dawson, there wouldn't have been Sasha and Digweed.

Did you think before you typed this? And I mean really think?

House Harkonnen wrote:
Wally wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Went to the last ever Renaissance at The Cross.

Ossia and Dawson did 8 hours b2b, supoib.

I went to that. Tried to vault over a sofa to get past a queue, landed on a puddle and backflipped into the air / on the floor so hard the lass i crashed into was genuinely concerned id not broken something rather than being pissed off she'd just got her drink sent flying.

Decent night. Seaman played a cracker in the main room IIRC

:-)

Was there too ... Bad sound in the Ossia/Dawson room so was in the main where Seaman smashed it.  Great mashup of Carl Craig and Inner City - Til We Meet Again near the end if I remember rightly.


It was recorded and available on the internets that 5 hour progathon (Seaman set that is.. where all the big hitters were at)

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(1,407 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

jamie wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
jules72 wrote:

Right well if no one else is going to mention it i will - new series of Games of Thrones tad subdued so far (not that much happening) but I still love it

I cant watch one a week, Im waiting for 3 or 4 to go up then binge on them

you know the first 5 episodes are out there to DL?. Means you will have to wait for 2 months to see what happens next though.

Or just go to http://www.couchtuner.eu/watch-game-of- … online-01/

Stream it in your own time. Quality isn't too shabby neither. Put it on the plasma through the HDMI and it was fine.

That's a lazy listing for sure. No actual track names. A picture of a stack of tunes in white sleeves (well kept and loved, obviously).

Oh, and a Klang rather than actually saying why you were selling them.

I'd be pleasantly surprised if you got more than a tenner.

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(38 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

When I first saw the thread title, somehow I thought of this.... random.

As you were..... I myself just have an external.

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No love for BT - Ima or ESCM? Tsk.

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(65 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Is that a Newland I spy on the left of that pic?

I like 'How soon is now'... so fuck the lot of you! smile

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(28,612 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

ETC.... Harry who?

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(28,612 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Cue ETC in 3...2....1....

Bagsie Killahurtz... and BT 'Embracing'... smile

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zackster wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:

Liverpool would probably be Pittsburgh.

perhaps; big ben is a rapist after all.

I'd have the 49ers as Liverpool. All full of bravado in the 80's, but done fuck all since.

Homegrove wrote:

It was a different track all together, Carl Craig's remix of Caribou's Your Love Will Set You Free.


You are quite right Hannu. TBH, all this music is starting to sound the same to me. I think I'm getting too old for this shit.

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Grant wrote:

I'm a Redskins fan, I fucking hate the Eagles.  Not as much the Cowboys mind.

I've been a Redskins fan since first seeing it in 1983. I don't hate on the Eagles at all.... Giants and Cowboys can do one though.

A good friend of mine, whilst watching the game the other day, asked who I was going for. As it was the Cowboys playing, naturally it was the Packers. He didn't quite get it. But when I said it was akin to 'United against dippers' he understood.

So.. which version was the finale at Fabric? I'm confused now.