(685 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

This referendum has done nothing but make the people running our country look like pricks. And those who want to run it, bigger pricks. Throw in all the toxic lies about immigration and it's been a hugely damaging occurrence.


(685 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Millsy - be sure you don't pass through 10,000 posts in this thread, eh? At least start preparing a Nigella or Jet from Gladiators post for that occasion?



(685 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:

Rob, you only want to vote Remain as it makes your ski-ing trips cheaper.

Imagine the drop in quality if young eastern europeans can't come and work in the pound-in-the-pot clubs? I won't stand for it!


(685 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Wally wrote:

We already have sovereignty - that's one of his points in the video. It's just ridiculous to suggest otherwise.

psst! I know! smile


(685 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Wally wrote:
millsy23 wrote:
Wally wrote:

Watch this:


Gove would dismiss this guy saying "People are sick of listening to experts" <facepalm>

Bear in mind, as an EU legal expert and government advisor, he stands to earn a fortune if we leave since he would be helping re-write UK law. To see him forego that and definitively state that he is voting to remain, while lovely to see someone sacrificing personal gain for the countrys' best interest, should be setting alarm bells off as to the scale of the impending disaster if we leave.

Watched this yesterday and it's indeed alarm bell central.

Of for sure - The point that UK law would have to be completely re-written and due to the size of the job, outsourced to civil servants is beyond terrifying.

But we'd have our sovereigntitty !!!!


First up, a big thanks to whoever recommended this book in the book thread.

Second - what a complete and utter shit-fest the worlds current view of drugs and drug addicts? It's not really anything new, and a lot of the stuff written is either very obvious or general knowledge, but, when it's drawn together in a book like that?

Everyone should read it, and then petition their MPs...

A compelling read.

Squidgy wrote:

U don't have this too do you, SD?

Homelands last tune from the Plumps.

I've got that mate, I'll plonk it in the folder...

it;s not the drugs that are the problem. it's the taking them away that is...

I'll play it on my show tonight mate, it's like hospital radio without the hospital. Think lounge. The missus might listen. Sling it across!

amen brother...

Already popping them out...


Arrived today cool

anyone know where that DM track should have been then?

I like that new vegan place in Chelsea, I mean Putney, called Plucking The Tree Of Low Hanging Fruit

shameful Ed

Disc 7 - locked in power hour!!

Scuba Black on Black Faki mix is mint, as is Montel At night, And Pig & Dan Complex..... oh and Clarian Space Noir...

How can Wales let the Manics trot out that fucking dirge when the Furrys have written Bing Bong for the Euros?


(26 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

oh, those flag poles....thank fuck!


(80 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Changed me a plug the other day. I had two to do but it got to 3:30 so I thought I better call it a day and get down the boozer

a crowd of bedrockers all standing around in bandanas, making low throat sounds, stroking their love truncheons, waiting their turn on nigella who's all trussed up on a butchers table...lovely stuff chaps


(9 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Awesome stuff mate. Loved it... where's that Perception / Mac's Rehash version from? smile

Looking forward to catching to Sasha closing his Glastonbury set with "For What You Pander"

Diminished Responsibility wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

LA Crowds used to be good.  Pretty much dis-clued, selfie, look at me types.  Miss the days of Giant & Spundae & of course the Mayan.  Sound has great sound though.

Giant and Mayan were immense, when it came to a clued in crowd. As was Monday Night Social.

Spundae was great, but it did get a bit trancey towards the end.

Don't tease Fletcher like that...

I'm only track two and I'm rushing of the weekend's stag activities again

HAGO Dannyboy

millsy23 wrote:

Had a grunge/metal club near me called the Agincourt. Had some great nights there although it stunk like Bella Donna's kebab after a gang bang. They used to play Prodigy in between bouts of unlistenable dirge and the plastic pint glasses woyuld fly like celebratory piss rockets over the assembled Joey from Blossom lookalikes.

Still going, I saw Sensor there fairly recently. Can't remember too much as I sneaked a bottle of Glens to try and fit in with the young stude types. Probably ended up looking like some wankered perv of an uncle.

Back to metal / house, The 'Legendary' Hippo Club in Cardiff used to have two floors with two queues, one for the downstairs leading to a heavy rock night, one for the upstairs which was one of the early house/trance clubs. Many was a time when you'd get an archetypical slayer type giving it big fish little fish on the stage alongside the top off white gloved farmer, both giving it the big gurn.

On a sad note, I noticed that one of the original founders of the hippo club recently died, chap called Peter Loughlin....RIP