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Diminished Responsibility wrote:

>>a bookshelf for my graphic novels. 
>>my graphic novels.
>>graphic novels.

http://www.mymcpl.org/_uploaded_resources/imagecache/blog_wide_thumb/graphicnovels.jpg

Check out the early 90's uptempo Hi-NRG-BOUNCE backing track in this Paul Eyre's carpets advert. 

Would be absolutely thrilled to hear this blasting out in room 1:


millsy23 wrote:

Has anyone got a discount code for SFX shares?

I believe these are traded on "NIGex" the Nigerian stock market.  You'll need a Weston Union account and a rather large pair of balls in order to invest.

Its really good init. I love the almost lazy simplicity of it.

If this is a a benchmark for the rest of the LP we're in for a right treat I reckon.

That sounds lovely.

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Well I for one will miss him.  He was my queen of needy children's hearts.  He also had a massive cock, so fair play to him.

I still enjoy listening to Airdrawndagger and the more incidental music he made with Charlie May.  I'm keen to hear how this stands up.

Hold tight for thousands of identical DJ Barry Shitpeas McRemixes flooding beatport over the next 2 years.

My new favourite read.

Paper bag ripped in delivery and rice tasted of prawn suace. Slight smell of diesel off the poppadoms, driver assured us it was coriander????? 3 STARS

wat is this place suposed to be. i didnt order this and hair is on the chips. free delivery was anice touch. 8/10

Michael suffers from epilepsy.  He asked for chips with his battered sausage. They never came. Michael nearly had a fit. Curry was cold also 6/10

Asked for Mayo they gave me baby's blood frozen into a swastika. 5 STARS

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chromosome_junction wrote:

That's great. You were given them. Cool. My point still stands. Sell that shit bro.

You're advising someone to sell shares in a company you know absolutely nothing about. That's the point.

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>> 2016.  still not using an iRiver

http://memesvault.com/wp-content/uploads/Laughing-Tom-Cruise-Meme-01.jpg

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millsy23 wrote:

My favourite track on the new album is 'I've got cancer and i'm going to die'

Haunting lyrics in the second verse on that one:  "And I leave my entire estate to the cats protection league"

Remarkable.

LOL.  Solid tune that Fad.  Ripe for a Ray Keith mid nineties drum n bass remix.  I  might have to give it a treatment.

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I actually felt a bit melancholy on Monday, to the point where i had to kick our local Nigerian hooker out of the car before i was finished.

The video he made for 'lazarus' set in some nightmarish hospital death bed.  Proper grim knowing that he knew he would be dead soon. That's some "high art" right there.

It's strange because while i appreciate what he did i was never a big fan. Perhaps a part of our shared cultural identity suddenly disappearing reminds us of our own mortality.  Either that or this is our generation's Princess Di "Queen of Hearts" moment (RIP me-lady).

Weird.

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ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
monostereo wrote:
ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

David Bowie had such a profound impact on music and culture that to imagine him never existing would be tangible for most.  Not in the sense that if he never existed you would not ascribe a name to it, only that the very real feeling of something,  something so powerful is missing.

Did you mean to say "tangible"?  Because that doesn't really make any sense in the context of what i think you're trying to say?

Confused,
North Oxon.

Dear North Oxon,

Yes I'm sorry that was a little ambiguous – that was just off the top of my head.   A lot of emotions swirling in my head while writing that.  To clarify,  if David Bowie had never existed I think a lot of people would would have felt that there is something missing from music. I don't know which artists and which styles would have evolved during that time.   The what if's are an interesting thing to think about and I often think about them in various contexts of history.  I feel that David Bowie's contributions  to music,  art, film, style,  producing, were, and still are  so significant and impressionistic  that it profoundly altered the landscape and culture that we have come to know and probably will continue to do so.   If music were a chair then he would be one of the legs -  that's how important I feel that his presence and contributions have been.   I don't think there would have been a person to come along and adequately fill those shoes because he was so unique and he truly left a void that I feel will never be filled.

Fair enough fella!

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ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

David Bowie had such a profound impact on music and culture that to imagine him never existing would be tangible for most.  Not in the sense that if he never existed you would not ascribe a name to it, only that the very real feeling of something,  something so powerful is missing.

Did you mean to say "tangible"?  Because that doesn't really make any sense in the context of what i think you're trying to say?

Confused,
North Oxon.

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Absolutely buzzing for Coachella. Early highlight of festival season for me.  Smashed it last year. 
Those complaining about the alcohol embargo clearly don't "get it".  Music, Yoga, meditation, raw food & nature are the order of the day.
We have full VIP for the Ellie Golding pop-up silent rave (sponsored by Honda). 

so #blessed
so #grateful

Tangerine 7.5/10
The story focuses on the exploits of a pair of tranny hookers doing the rounds in shit house LA.  Decent sound track and "Grand Theft Auto" style vibe.

http://pop-break.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/tangerine-movie-poster-wide.jpg

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I met my ex wife at the Bingo, funnily enough whilst trying to buckle my shoe (32).  She was only young but fortunately had a key to the door (24).  We used to go twice a week (2) until Kelly's eye (1) swelled to the size of a tennis ball and they banned smoking due to Doctor's orders (9).

The final straw (44) wuz when them there "Nu-Labour" politically correct wankers banned all of the so called "racist" callouts.  Some of my old favourites being:

Clickety click (not racist cuz) my best mates black (67)
Stingy Jew! (52)
Bud-Bud Din-Din (2.99)
Everyone's favorite reich? it's Adolf Hitler's 3rd reich! (3)

Beats'N'Pieces wrote:

This is a storming tune John played in Coalville and Fabric.


Solid tune.  ID?

Did Sue Barker "accidentally" manage to wedge another Tim Henners Union flag up her minge this year?  Or was that Wimbow?  Or Perhaps it was a "Question Of Sport????  They old meld into one as far as i'm concerned.

A feature length "A Question of Sport".  Set in a Stadium.  What could possibly be tiresome about that? It's the type of  anticlimactic television that serves as a catalyst for some kind of life changing decision.

Back to the studio now for some initial post draw reaction on what is **surely** fast becoming regarded as the "Johnstone's Paint Trophy" of mix competitions.

Smashdad VS Loopdokter
Pick of the draw for me is this one, Ray.  Both sides keen on not making a complete abortion of this.  However Loopdokter has already lost the dressing room, the players think he’s a useless cunt.  Whilst Kevin’s music, on it’s day, is unplayable.

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Rob Babicz: centurion( dub )
The stabs in this Remind me of ed rush and optical:
https://soundcloud.com/robbabicz/robert … turion-dub

Cid Inc: Blizzard
This year's award for the Nick Warren style rolling bass line rave tune goes to:

Charlie May: untiltied parts 1 & 2
The break down in this tune at around 4:10 reminds me of the "EURO XTC TRANCE RUSH STATE HANDS IN THE AIR" state i was in that time i accentually dropped my ice lolly ontop of a muscular gay mans "acupuncture" shoe  circa "crasher" (circa 2000 6:00AM)
https://soundcloud.com/charliemay/untitled-pt01

LA FLEUR: Reflections:
This has just got that quneisthal sasha "have some of this you cunts" druggy feel about it.  Real melancholy.  Pure Sasha and grows on you with repeated listens. 

This was relased ages ago but fuck it.  It's lusine and his music is timeless

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steelydan wrote:

Picked up a ps4 with battlefront....well happy.

Top Game


If you like that you should check out battlefield (the game it's based on) Dan.

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I bought a PS4 and Battlefield 4.  It's fucking difficult because of the shear amount of hardcore nerds but the games a hoot.  64 players all attempting to smash the absolutely granny out of each other.  All in a silky smooth 64 fps.  Anyone else play this?

Always liked the wipeout soundtrack him and charlie may did back around the same time as they recorded the Xpander EP.  Nice bouncy techno feel.  Love the percussion in this track:

Goteki 45: