all previous mixes can be found on my Soundcloud page

www.soundcloud.com/shaunstrudwick

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mr rossi wrote:

Good to see Helen happy to sleep her way to the top.

this has always been my mantra also

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Homegrove wrote:

I know I'll never acchieve fame, but with a wife with time consuming hobbies of her own (which I'm not jealous about), and no kids coming I think I can keep doing this DJ thing for quite some time yet.

Having had a summer where I'm playing every weekend, a lot of them Friday and Saturday (humble brag), with a full week of work in between I do think I need to trim it down to max three gigs a month when I get back to work at the end of August (YAY FOR SCANDINAVIAN 4 WEEK HOLIDAYS!).

is she into horses H?

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Saturday 30th July @ 20:00 BST

www.saturosounds.com

www.mixlr.com/saturo-sounds-20


upfront deep melodic progressive house music

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Yant wrote:

Agree.  Crazy amount to spend, especially on a 28 year old.


he is arguably the best striker in Serie A so was always gonna take a hefty wedge for Naploi to sell - even if they are fucked financially

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i've played golf on wing wang and cricket after double dropping 2 jacks

both are pretty tricky games imo - require a lot of co-ordination haha

obvs roll.out the classics

Goodfellas
Scar Face
Deadpool
Bladerunner
Smokey & The Bandit
Carlitos Way

jamie wrote:

spent last week in bed ill so hammered netflix etc.

Casino - Goodfellas lite. No where near as good as I remembered it.

Eastern Promises - Again, no where near as good as I remembered it the first time around.

Green Room - Based on recommendations from here. Pretty good. Simple and sinister. Not as uncomfortable viewing as Blue Ruin

Eye in the Sky - Really enjoyable. Probably because it was a lot better than I thought it would be.

Bridge of Spies - Have always like Mark Rylance and thought he was great in this. Decent enough film. Spielberg called it in IMO but even him calling it in on this sort of thing is streets ahead of the majority of other directors.

American Ultra - Complete Shite. Worst film I have watched in years.

2 enjoyable films to cheer you when you're sick =

Welcome To The Jungle
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0327850/
N.B. - renamed The Rundown? and apparently has now been remade with JCVD (WTF?)

District 13
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0414852/

erik.b wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:

Deadpool is great

after the recommendations in this thread i watched London Has Fallen last night

terrible acting and totally unbelievable but an acceptable waste of 90 mins on a Sunday night


No chance I'll watch London has Fallen. I watched the first 20 mins of Olympus has Fallen and I almost clawed my eyes out. Utter shite, made doubly unbearable by Gérard Butler. Hamster cheeked cunt.

gonna check out Olympus has Fallen next haha

Grant wrote:

Who recommended that?  LOL.

think Sneddon said it was terrible so i wanted to see hiw terrible

Grant@ wrote:

Deadpool is shit, it's a children's film at best, but not one of those clever ones that appeals to adults too.

harsh - i thought Reynolds as Deadpool was funny

Deadpool is great

after the recommendations in this thread i watched London Has Fallen last night

terrible acting and totally unbelievable but an acceptable waste of 90 mins on a Sunday night

at half 7 it would have been Mark Webster

can't recall what was being played at half 7 specifically but i think overall his set was well received

at half 7 it would have been Mark Webster

can't recall what was being played at half 7 specifically but i think overall his set was good

a great turnout and great tunes

massive thanks to JP and Smashy big_smile

was good to see some familiar faces from the board last night

next Saturday it's my Saturo Sounds show on Mixlr

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smashdad wrote:
smashdad wrote:

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Click here from 9pm BST tonight...

smile

we have 2 great hours of tunes on before JP's tonight as well smile

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Unbroken1 wrote:

..hurry up and fuck off Sissoko

not sticking the boot in here Damo but how do you fancy your chances of coming straight back up next season?

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jules72 wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Decent player Wijnaldum.

25m for a player ive never heard of from a club that got relegated. Feck me. Nuts.

quite a few decent players ar Toon - Maclaren was a shitcunt manager tho

john bon digweed wrote:

Still sounds the business all these years later!

https://www.mixcloud.com/BBCEssentialMi … -21071996/

shame about the BA PA

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Dermatron wrote:

Eh? Please do explain how that makes me a fan? I just watch a lot of prem coz my shite team isnt on the telly.

i was just messing

good memory skills there tho

i always liked Mancini - defo more understanding of the game than Big Fat Head Sam

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Dermatron wrote:

I dont think he did personally no more than any other top manager. He understands how to play modern football.  Some of his initial, ultra-defensive tactics in the big games were replaced by a very attacking approach towards the end when he won the prem. He doesn't rely on his best eleven either, he repeated showed that at city. Not scared to play a tactical 11 and leave big names on the bench in big matches where they didn't suit the fixture. tactically he's a genius compared to fat head. And he's a proven winner and leader as player and manager.
He went from using Barry, De Jong and Vieira  as 3 defensive midfielders early on in his first season to a 4-4-2 (generally speaking) with 2 strikers, and two narrow wide midfielders cutting in-field, with attacking fullbacks the season after. In between those two extremes was a 4-2-3-1 shape with Toure, a pure defensive midfielder at Barcelona, used off a single striker. Could you see fat head pulling any of that off? The simple answer is no. He doesn't understand the game like Mancini does.

thought you was a closet Utd fan not a closet City fan?

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steelydan wrote:

Surely he means 'stroking'

i would have thought so yes

though maybe he has a prosthetic?  or a stunt chin maybe?

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the Premier League should have had a salary cap in place for the last 10 years

that would prevent youngsters getting paid ridiculous cash without having proved themselves and might encourage players to play abroad

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it should've been Klinsman but apparently he wasn't interested