Avengers - AOU - enjoyed it but was disappointed as I was expecting greatness again.

Wow, congrats dude, spur of the moment decision or planned for a while? All the best :-)

Homegrove wrote:

Avengers: The Age of Ultron.

You can really sum this up in four words: More of the same. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing is entirely up to you, I naturally had a hoot. I also realized that I could listen to James Spader read a phone book, as long as he did it with a sharp menacing tongue. I think I might be gay for Spader.

Thought it looked more of the same from the second trailer. No bad thing in my book. Probs playing it safe since the last one more so much moolah. Why change a winning formula.

Happy birthday dude

monostereo wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

I spoke to Marcus James a couple of times when he used to do Renaissance at The Cross, I always found him to be a pleasant chap

Same here, always seemed like a nice bloke when i spoke to him.

Yep. Decent chap.

smallman1 wrote:

Went to the last ever Renaissance at The Cross.

Ossia and Dawson did 8 hours b2b, supoib.

I went to that. Tried to vault over a sofa to get past a queue, landed on a puddle and backflipped into the air / on the floor so hard the lass i crashed into was genuinely concerned id not broken something rather than being pissed off she'd just got her drink sent flying.

Decent night. Seaman played a cracker in the main room IIRC


What is it? Sounds like something from that versus chill out disc.

it must be opposites day - a rare touch of class from the scousers...

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=87 … mp;fref=nf

https://soundcloud.com/henry-saiz/the-l … ive-prince


Ahad Adump wrote:

Volkwein - Superflu, Dortmunder, Kollektiv Turmstrasse remix. Was one of my Five for Friday last week! In reference to the breasts above, did anyone catch sight of the blond girl on the floor with those HUGE mammaries?

<doffs hat>


What's the tune in the second from bottom one?


She's got big things ahead of her!

this guy*


*not really.

Amazing stuff - might mess with your head if you went to Bedrock last night and are feeling a bit delicate. smile


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Always love a masterpiece of a copyright notice. :-(

Yunus G - Seyo in blue

The perfect expression of "progressive"


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Netflix are currently trying to set up netflix gobal so people dont have to use vpns.

Nice one big_smile

MattBlack wrote:

Finally got round to seeing Kingsman last night, probably the best film I've seen so far this year, if you liked Kick ass you'll love it

Saw it on Saturday - wasn't in the best of moods but I didn't rate it anywhere near as good as Kick Ass which I really enjoyed - - 3/5.

Amps wrote:
Amps wrote:

Afraid not Walter, but I'm sure if you search for something like 'sasha at the bomb 97' it'll be out there somewhere. If not, let me know and I'll see if I have it on a drive somewhere.

Here we go:

https://soundcloud.com/wantstobethedj/s … ngham-1997

Good work fella.

That is indeed the one. That last tune is a stormer. Any ideas bedrock?

Amps wrote:

Afraid not Walter, but I'm sure if you search for something like 'sasha at the bomb 97' it'll be out there somewhere. If not, let me know and I'll see if I have it on a drive somewhere.

Cheers!. Pretty sure ive got it on tape. IIRC the last track is a bona fide sasha monster that never got ID'ed.

Amps wrote:

From that Sasha tape. Same here, bought a few pennies on discogs, still a massive fave for me.

Have you got a link to that mix there please dude - ta.

https://soundcloud.com/djnickwarren/sou … ruary-2015

Pretty decent.


jamie wrote:

Siting with my poorly daughter and just told her to cheer her up. She answered with

'I know Dad, my friends told me days ago. Get with the times'


When I was working on GTA V, one of the dads on the team told me he was talking to his  5 year old daughter and saying "did you know daddy makes games for a living and works on the biggest games in the world?" to which she replied "yeah, shut up daddy, not interested - help me with the colouring in" lol.


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Unbroken1 wrote:

...sharing a bifter in the back room of Zoom records in Camden with Paul Daley & Neil Barnes and cadging a white label of Release the Pressure.

The prog equivalent of sticking the kettle on for Moses while he sat down to digest the 10 commandments for the first time.

we are not worthy <bow>


Max cooper EM and Jon Hopkins LateNightTales cd