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(5 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

shaunstrudwick wrote:

gave this a spin today Erik

i liked the tracks - especially the last 15-20 mins


Thanks dude smile

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(13 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Fire again I expect

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(149 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Yant wrote:

"Some-bo-dy an-swer the phone!"

De derr de de de de de derr derr.

Judge Jules hammered that tune,  says it all really

Happy birthday mate:)

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(149 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

jamie wrote:

Am trying to find the Cream advert for Seb Fontaine's residency where he was wearing beige trousers with piss all over the front of them.

I seem to remember someone from GU changing his wikipedia entry to say that he was a wanted serbian war criminal or something big_smile

That pic also appeared in Mixmag or DJMag too iirc

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(149 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Henry Rindhoops wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:

You clearly have no grasp that Cream was basically three clubs in one. You'd always have a fucking great dj rocking one of the rooms.

I've never seen a crowd, nor line-ups, that diverse except at FabricLive.

I think this pretty much sums it up. You'd have Bukem in the Courtyard (when it had no roof), Oakenfold in the Annexe and somebody like Sanchez in the Main Room. Loads of areas where you could wander through have a sit down, chat to pretty much anyone about anything.

You'd see some sights in there though. I remember trying to help some bloke buy cigarettes from the machine in there. Basically, he couldn't understand why the price kept going up 1p so was asking people around him for some extra money. I had to bring it to his attention that the ciggys weren't £3.21 but it was 03.21 in the morning.


big_smile

Outstanding

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(149 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I

steelydan wrote:
smallman1 wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:

Now just another muppet Chelsea fan with an ego problem.

But enough about Smallman.

A club supported by all manner of ledges and big hitters.

Tim Lovejoy…

Hahaha!

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(149 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Nice to know we were there during Prog's heyday.

Absolutely smashing it too, natch.

i certainly opened 'the doors of perception' during that time mate!!

Great track that

Just seen this.

GU returns with Solomun

http://www.balancemusic.com.au/news/sol … es-series/

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(5 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

gIzzE wrote:

Listened to this on a flight last night and really enjoyed it.
So much so listened again twice today.

Nice one dude, glad you enjoyed it smile

shocking state of affairs

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(7 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

dutchy101 wrote:

Smell of hammers off him for sure.

Hahaha!

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(12 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

This is actually worse than, Let's get ill.

Didn't think it was possible but I've been proved wrong.

Yay!

Another alias.

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(37 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Excellent news mate

Like that, will give it another listen when I get home

and Meat Katie

Presto wrote:
Mogsy wrote:

I agree. I don't particularity want a CD that isn't mixed by Diggers to be honest. Instead I will probably just buy the two tracks off it I like. Surely it doesn't take long to mix it does it?

Anyhow I'm glad there was a CD in the Bedrock back catalogue that wasn't mixed by Digweed. I could whiff the sense of smug achievement Presto exuded from here.

I could add Jon Lisle, Masiello, Luke Fair, Chris Fortier, Jimmy Van M, Hyper to that list too.


and Moonface

Vestax PDX 3000's have had midi for a few years now

http://www.vestax.com/v/products/detail.php?cate_id=26

Debuchy in the bag now too

User friendly layout lol

Beijing Dave wrote:
BedRob wrote:

Given that no "senior member" has posted a 50 plus pager in quite some time, i don't think their opinions count for much

So music and football threads are out.........not much left then is there really

As you were.....................

Rob, don't take it personally.

Quality counts for more than quantity.

A thread needs some imagination to qualify as a genuine 'multi-pager'.

Similarly, a six-loller isn't a proper six-loller if Erik B has contributed a lol icon, because he basically lols at anything (in between mouthfuls of crayons).


very true Dave

MattBlack wrote:
erik.b wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

Blackburn rovers know how to launch a new kit


this video is private

does it involve players in new kit eating chicken?

Try this one instead


speechless.

MattBlack wrote:

Blackburn rovers know how to launch a new kit


this video is private

does it involve players in new kit eating chicken?

excellent mix mate smile