shaunstrudwick wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Man on Fire. IMO the best movie Tony Scott made in his career, and my second favorite Denzel Washington-role, after Training Day.

True Romance > Man on Fire

agree with your top 2 choices for Denzel roles

Forgot about True Romance... Yeah, got to agree.

Man on Fire. IMO the best movie Tony Scott made in his career, and my second favorite Denzel Washington-role, after Training Day.

One or two max on weekdays, and that's definitely not everyday. If I go out on the weekend, or am playing it's usually about 10 per night though. Just beer though, I've never had the head for strong drinks.

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Ahad Adump wrote:

Missiles on the back of the lorry has long since been debunked. The shot was taken in Ukrainian held territory. Sharp eyed people have identified the car advertisement on the billboard behind the lorry as belonging to a town way inside Ukrainian territory. Just more false and sloppy propaganda.

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.hk/2014/0 … 7.html?m=1

https://twitter.com/AricToler/status/49 … 16/photo/1

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jamie wrote:

There's so much music out there these days that it's very rare I listen to a commercial release more than once but I was pleasantly surprised by the recent Fancuilli Defected comp. I've never liked any of his comps before and bought the digital release of this as it had a few separate tracks on that I wanted and it worked out cheaper buying the album.

I have listened to the mixes a few times now and am really liking them - a nice mixture of older and newer stuff. I get the impression that he put a fair bit of time into that mix.

Thanks for the heads up, will check that one out.

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Don't ever change dude.

jamie wrote:

Anyone know the track around 19 mins? Cracking tune.

It was also on his Las Vegas-set. It was released on Monday. Huge tune.

Both hours are Uncle John this week, a chill out mix and hour from Insane at Pacha.

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MarcusGraham wrote:
Uncle Bazza wrote:

So ball park ?

I honestly couldn't say, but if you're thinking about it, just be realistic. As mentioned above they can pick and choose, so be creative, do something special.

This.

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big_smile

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MattBlack wrote:

One of my favourite remixes of his

That's a beauty, it's aged real well too. I played my vinyl version of it to death, bought the digital a few years ago, but never put it to use, might do now that you reminded me.

One of my biggest guilty pleasures has always been the Above & Beyond remix of Dido - Sand in my Shoes....

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Hamas are absolute cunts too, using civilians as shields, knowing full when that when Israel retaliates they will kill those said civilians. That said they also quite happily kill children and women who were nowhere near Hamas rockets.

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This is the mix I meant. It's amazing.

http://530techno.com/2011/06/22/pod006-chris-fortier/

Birthday baldy!

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Name drop Marcus.

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MarcusGraham wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

The 3 hour classics mix he did a couple of years is still on summer rotation.

Where is this mate?

This new one has bits of KLF, 808 State, Ron Trent, Massive Attack, Frankie Knuckles, all looped and re-edited by the sounds of it, unless they're rare remixes...

One of the nicest guys in dance music full stop.

I won't argue with that... in fact, all what I would call 'real' progressive house DJs and producers seem to be genuinely nice, proper prog is clearly good for the soul!

It was called "story if my life" or something. I tried to find it yesterday, and I seemed to have lost it during my last computer change... Anyone have it?

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Yant wrote:

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Pshhhhh. Looking forward to this. The 3 hour classics mix he did a couple of years is still on summer rotation.

Grant wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Got to watch Sexy Beast again asap. And that reminds, as it had Ian McShane in it too... Al Swearagen in Deadwood. True it's a tv show, but worth a mention.

He's also in a delightful TV series called 'Lovejoy' - check it out.

I used to watch that as a kid, it was a bit difficult to see him as a stonehearted killer in Deadwood. At first.

Got to watch Sexy Beast again asap. And that reminds, as it had Ian McShane in it too... Al Swearagen in Deadwood. True it's a tv show, but worth a mention.

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Mr Boring wrote:
EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

how long can i leave it, for respectability purposes, until i can be a right cnt to you again mate!

There was never any need to stop. Everybody else just did it via PM so they didn't look bad.

My favourite was the person wanting to know my real name - "What does it matter, you're dying anyway."

Fucking hell. Name and shame.

I knew I could trust you Gavin.

Lots of lovely music this week. And of course none of it was released today. Quite often he seems to play stuff that is on Beatport the following Monday, but that has changed lately. I wonder if he gets the wrong release dates on the promos, or if he's doing the show wayyyy ahead of time because of the hectic summer schedule.

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Anymore. They're now back in Russia.

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I really like this, Piddy's "rapping" isn't even that big of a deal on this one.