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steelydan wrote:

I couldnt handle the original version of this but there was a mix that Sasha played that was rather good

This is one that was ok at first but just got totally overplayed

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loopdokter wrote:
erik.b wrote:

dear god woman fuck off and become a housewife somewhere.

She's 21.

Thats middle aged in Liverpool

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Oh dear

http://metro.co.uk/2014/09/28/heres-to- … e-4885264/

Im sure this was originally an instrumental with a different title and then the vocal got added afterwards

This and the Northern exposure mix of Marco Polo - Prayer to the music are my two favourite Digweed and Muir productions

dogmanstar888 wrote:

I think it's a fair enough placement in that set ...

1. It fits the set.   This version is no more cheesy than Moving Melodies 'Indica' imo, which at the time was great.  Alex Party is probably more controversial here ...

2. He doesn't play the really bad single version, it sounds more like an extended dub ...

3. This set was from September 1993, that track wasn't pummeling our ears at #1 on the charts until 1994.

I also noticed Real 2 Real coming in at the end of the set as well, i didnt realise that track was that old

Still sounds great now, a timeless record

djdiggers wrote:

Matt

I hope you have not been losing any sleep over this.

When i last looked it was not trending on twitter so I think I am ok

John

Its ok John, i can rest easy now, we all have played tracks which were not so proud of, i played some real shit in 98 that makes me cringe now too

dogmanstar888 wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

Chunnel club, I remember that place, DJed a few times there in the late 90's

Quite the little sweatbox it was.  Saaaaaaarrf Londoners galore, there was a room you had to go through to get to the main arch which was often playing speed garage to moody men and blingy girls. 

I'm showing my age when I say the idea of being in there now literally horrifies me ...

Lol that was the room I played in, I remember the guy on before me playing banging hard trance at about 10pm and I had to follow that with funky prog, I was playing stuff nearly as fast as cd 2 of Digweed in Sydney!

dogmanstar888 wrote:
EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

tony de vit in a tent at the first creamfields,1997/8? a drunken leprechaun amyled to the gills spewd up all over my red or deads.

i swiftly put him to the sword.

bored shitless with the jedi knghts the heaveny social '96, to clever by half those cunts.

how could i forget richard fearless.....piss poor

Lol ... I heard de Vit play quite good shit once at Trinity @ the chunnel club once ... Dave Randall 'Bombay' was in there

Chunnel club, I remember that place, DJed a few times there in the late 90's

this love wrote:
MattBlack wrote:
this love wrote:

this.
i was unfortunate enough to hear him do the same with some godawful remix of coldplay "clocks" at a renaissance night  @ the cross, circa 2004

Was it the Tom Middleton mix?

don't think so, i usually love his stuff

I just remember that was the mix everyone was playing back then, didnt even know Deep dish did a mix of it

Big Fella wrote:

Is that conclusive proof?

Unless Diggers went to the loo and someone stuck it on in his absence its probably the closest were going to get

this love wrote:
joeyp wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

I suspect it is. 15 minutes in all its glory

No, he looped the breakdown. CDJs had just come about from memory. He loved the loop function

this.
i was unfortunate enough to hear him do the same with some godawful remix of coldplay "clocks" at a renaissance night  @ the cross, circa 2004

Was it the Tom Middleton mix?

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Homegrove wrote:

Yep. He's not Dermo though, it was Mike Miller. big_smile

Lol, shoulld have guessed really!

Dan Harwood wrote:

On Cleveland City Blue. Great track.

To this day I hate The Key, The Secret.

Never liked that either, although i seem to remember Sasha caning an UCC track in the early 90's

I remember in the thread about Diggers Journeys by DJ's that there was a discussion about whether Diggers played Doop or not as it was very difficult to spot and then today i was listening to this set and sure enough, he does, problem is it sticks out like a sore thumb in the set which is otherwise pretty good

https://hearthis.at/ewtbtdj/-1993xxxx-j … irmingham/

benson wrote:

I'm sure I enjoyed that creamer set at bedrock.

But it was in the good ol days and i was likely appreciative of anything with a beat

Im sure i was there as well but it must have been pretty unremarkable as i dont remember it at all

Dan Harwood wrote:
benson wrote:

james holden at slide in Oxford many many years ago Absolutely terrible technical skills and boring music.

saw him a couple of years later in the soundshaft at a bedrock and he wa absolutely rocking it so he made up for it.

I was at both of these and he was fucking terrible both times.

I cant believe no one has mentioned John Creamer yet? Thread closed for most people I'd imagine.

I heard him play at KHZ and he was alright there

Used to love Praha stuff as well

So Kaufman was hit on by Sandra Collins, no wonder she ended up in rehab!

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Youd think the Americans would have learned their lesson after Bin Laden

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Homegrove wrote:

McConaghey had done Killer Joe and Mud previously.

And The Paperboy

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We should send over our Middle East peace envoy Tony Blair, with any luck theyll kidnap and behead him for us