shaunstrudwick wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

You're the Voice

love it

It's a fucking TUNE Shaunsy.

And John Farnham is an utter ledge, as proven by this photo.


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steelydan wrote:

It goes boom di di boom…or something like that

I shouted to Uncle J over the side of the booth something along those lines at Bedrock. 'PLAY THE ONE THAT GOES BOOM DI DI BOOM JOHN!....JOHN!....FUCKING BOOM DI DI BOOM JOHN!!!....JOHN!...'

Only went and played it n'all. Ledge.


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boom di di boom

floor filler , 4am voyage into trance mix.

Genuinely love that tune.

Something for the weekend?...

I know a lot of you enjoyed my 'I am a child of the 80s' mix, so here's the follow up. I've filled it with edits, 80s film and TV samples and what not and really hope you enjoy it as much as I've enjoyed putting it together. As usual, feedback is appreciated. (PS: If you don't sing along to You're the Voice there's something medically wrong with you) … of-the-80s


1.    Intro – Orange Sunshine acapella
2.    Tears for Fears - Everybody Rock to the Dance (Master Chic)
3.    Blondie – Rapture (Phunktasticke mix)
4.    Peter Gabriel Vs James Brown– Sledgehammer Machine (DJ Prince Mashup)
5.    Neneh Cherry – Manchild (Selector Retrodisco edit)
6.    Millsy Vs Madonna Vs Redhead, Kingpin and the FBI – Do the right thing by going on holiday
7.    Janet Jackson – The Pleasure Principle (Juiceppe’s reconstruction)
8.    Soul II Soul – Keep on moving (Kompleks edit)
9.    Talking Heads – Once in a Lifetime (Leftside Wobble Dub)
10.    Nelue – Sign O (Nelue rework)
11.    John Farnham – You’re the voice (Slok’s Australia Day beat up)
12.    Jan Hammer – Crockett’s Theme (3DO redo)
13.    The Shamen – Hyperreal Orbit (Orbit edit)
14.    Tangerine Dream – Love on a real train (Betamaxx edit)
15.    Millsy’s interlude – Visions of the FUTURE!!!!
16.    Genesis Vs Michael Jackson – Beat of Confusion
17.    Flock of Seagulls – I Ran (KS Mixdown)
18.    Fine Young Cannibals – She Drives me Crazy (Donatello remix)
19.    Cameo – Word up (Mean Fiddler 12” remix)
20.    Prince – Kiss (Marcelo Vak mix) w Eurythmics acapella
21.    Steve Silk Hurley – Jack Your Body (L&V edit)
22.    Edit service 8 – It’s a fine line (Talkin’ Blues (The Story Of The Blues Pt. 2 by The Mighty Wah!
23.    Chris Who – Waves (A-ha edit) … of-the-80s

smallman1 wrote:

For my 40th I'd like to get Hannu, Millsy and Damo to play.

12 hours b2b2b.

The entire dancefloor swaying as one as the prog just gets better and better.

I've already said I have artistic differences with them.

I will be getting right on this today Homegrove me ol' mukka. Looks choice.

Begbie throwing the pint glass over his shoulder.

shaunstrudwick wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

I say go for it mate. You can always sell on at probably a profit at that price anyway. CDJs passed me by. I was vinyl only and then had a family, so have only got back into DJing after a break of around 8 years. All this new software/hardware is all rather amaze frankly.


Just for clarification. Strudders and I are not an item ala 'My Two dads' or anything. Although he does have lovely hair and cheekbones.

I say go for it mate. You can always sell on at probably a profit at that price anyway. CDJs passed me by. I was vinyl only and then had a family, so have only got back into DJing after a break of around 8 years. All this new software/hardware is all rather amaze frankly.

what do you currently use mate? I am finding the S2 works fine for me and does what I need it to do. I will upgrade to something else when I also have analogue requirements, but running off a laptop and monitors works fine currently. The build quality is shocking, especially when I'm used to A&H gear, but for £250 what's the danger?

Amps wrote:

They should have dominated the market for club audio stuff, but the build quality just wasn't there. A lot of it used to break to easily in a club or tent environment etc.

I remember them giving us a demo model of their cdjs in about 2001 / 2002, long before the Pioneers where king and the technology was really out there, and it had a good pitch / tempo adjustment but you could lock the key, so it stayed in key as you sped it up, or the other way round of keeping the tempo locked and allowing you to change the key up and down. Sort of like a built in Melodyne or Auto Tune. No idea if modern cdjs have this in, but it was new back then. Another example of them not capitalising on what they had.

Interesting. Loving the ability to lock and warp key in Traktor, would have loved to have that with vinyl.

smashdad wrote:

She totally deserves it - she's worked hard...


dutchy101 wrote:

The PMC03A Dan?

I learned to mix on that as it happens

I'll hold your hand as you slip away.

Presto will die alone


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I'd make up ghosts just to stop you telling jokes Matt.

steelydan wrote:
Yant wrote:

This is more like it;

agreed...Harvey at 84! he costs a mint now to book.

It's all the cheesy Wotsits and Haribo he eats.

lol. When you do go Glen it's going to be like when Keith goes Chicken Oriental  in 'Nuts in May'. Just with more blood and man yoghurt.

Linghorn's boss said: "I just don't understand it. None of us saw it coming. He was always such a kind and gentle man. It's like he turned from Tony Hart into the Emperor Caligula in a matter of seconds. What he did to Jenny in Accounts will haunt all our dreams for eternity."

I like to imagine Glen in a certain way. I find it adds even more humour to his aleady humourous postings. I imagine him as a slightly plump balding man in a tweed suit and spectacles. He smells a little bit of malt vingar, like he's been pickling onions from his smallholding all weekend.

He has the air of a Mr Chips or Higgins from Magnum. He is methodical in his daily routine. He wakes, he showers, he packs two rounds of cheese and homemade pickle sandwiches into his lunchbox and listens to the Today programme. He drives his ageing Volvo to the Probation Ofice where he has a desk, piled high with papers and with 'Glen Linghorn: Probation Officer' on a small plaque atteched to the side of his cubicle. 

All the local criminals know Glen. He's the Probation officer they want. He's soft as shite and good for a chat. He cares. He makes them tea. He hugs them when they cry. He's like the father they never had.

But underneath this shallow facade is the Glen of the Bedrock Board. The beast of the Captain's Wheel, of Vi's drinks cabinet. The schemer, the debaser, the demon on a knife edge, the green man.

All it's going to take is a someone from HR to ask him why he's filled in his timesheet wrong and he's going to go postal.

Quality album cover that Glen lol

Kaftans are definitely the way forward. The chavs can keep their onesies.

I think Glenn is just one of the unlucky ones from the kib fraternity. It's hard to follow such success stories as Whitney Houston, John Belushi, Ike Turner and Edward Smallman.

I try to drink lots of water, but it makes me go wee wees all the time. Also chocoalate and beer are just fantastic aren't they? Hold on for more insight.

'Everything I touch turns to sold' etc

Communications consultant for my own Ltd company. Currently working for large utility company specialising in change communication. Pays the bills, but as fulfilling as a bag of Snack a Jacks.