Nice one dude smile

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deadhead wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Live in Casa Smallman would be great.

Diggers tearing it up chez moi with some of the best bants known to man going on in the background.

A potent combination.

I can't figure out what bants mean in that particular context


banter i'd presume

Only had one Nokia the 905 back in 98 and never really liked it. Swapped ro a Siemens as soon as I could

MattBlack wrote:

Did anyone go to Verbeer Manor in Tiverton?

yes and Porlock Manor


Verbeer was raided by the Cook Report. Rather and amusing evening that turned out to be

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Yant wrote:
Neko wrote:
Yant wrote:

Back in the day I always liked Lupus. Not sure why tho.

Scorchio was always a bit "meh" to me.

Was Lupus ever released by itself or are you referring to the Cass & Van M remix?

Hmmm not sure.  I'd need to look back through my records to see.  I remember the cover sleeve was pure white.

I just liked the haunting sounds in it.


That was the unreleased mixes in the white sleeve dont think it was ever released on it's own

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Wasn't Lupus done for a computer game?

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in that video Sasha's chin looks like balls.

Fir goodness sake I Pine for a good thread on here

liquitech1 wrote:

Yeah I met a couple of lads in Australia who sounded like they were from the Clare/Galway area but they were from the east coast somewhere. Nice place to see during the summer months but I'd say it's fairly grim there during the winter..

It is.

I worked on a project just outside Galway city in early 2001, it rained for most of the 3 months I was there, stopping only for it to start snowing, which it did for about 2 weeks. Its a lovely place during the summer months but the winters are hard.

Ive heard of about 20 of them and seen 10 play.

Def gonna check out a few of the others

millsy23 wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Volts and Options in Kingston were among my haunts of choice as a youth.

Volts! I used to frequent that shithole back in the day too. There was a sister club in Reading that was just as vacuous and full of Ralph Lauren shirt wearing cunts.

Options became the first Oceania iirc.

shit hole too

smallman1 wrote:

Where abouts in HC Erik?

I grew up on the mean streets of East Molesey on Wolsey Road.

Next road up, I had a flat in Arnison Road

smallman1 wrote:
erik.b wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

Volts and Options in Kingston were among my haunts of choice as a youth.


The Blue Room was pretty good too.

There was a Blue Room in East Molesey where both Fatboy Slim and Norman Jay played.

Not forgetting The Whistlestop in Hampton Court, got chinned outside their a couple of times.


I lived in HC for a few years, got to play both Blue Rooms.

the Fatboy night was wicked

smallman1 wrote:

Volts and Options in Kingston were among my haunts of choice as a youth.


The Blue Room was pretty good too.

Ceasar's is with out doubt the worst club I have ever been to

Yeah ita a cue fader. The xone32 has one

steelydan wrote:

Erik you must get tired of Folk calling you and requesting bespoke items of furniture.

Tbh Millsy is the first person to ask me directly usually it's:

"ive got such and such wrong with my house can you come and fix it"

millsy23 wrote:

Erik. Couldn't knock me up a decent double wardrobe a couple of singles and a bay window seat could you pal? Send them over on  the Wight Link when finished? Cheers braer.

No but if you decide your station in life deserves an oak framed bespoke house gimme a shout wink


Also, when crossing the Solent avoid Shitelink and use Red Funnel, better service and far cheaper

dutchy101 wrote:

Original PDX-2000's were ace. Much preferred mine to the Technics I ditched them for.


Carl Cox had something to do with their development iirc

Love the colour too

yeah heard this a few days ago, sad really.. never rated the mixers but the original pdx2000's are a fafntastic turntable

8 for me

fadass wrote:

Erik B - respect. Great job. My da could never get his head around my job. He was a plumber, couldn't understand a job that 'made' nothing.

Oracle DBA here.. It's an ocean. Deep.


Thanks mate smile

Grant wrote:
erik.b wrote:

Master carpenter

A proper job!

smile

shaunstrudwick wrote:

so is the top 100 is an accurate reflection of those people who read and buy DJ mag these days??

fuck knows, havent bought that rag in about 10 years

Homegrove wrote:
erik.b wrote:

Master carpenter

Wanna buy some screws and power tools?

Hahaha!

What discounts you giving?