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A monumental bellwhiff.

Yeah but Emily, though.

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poirot wrote:

Bit of a bee in your bonnet I see about this presto. Cant see anything anywhere that has suggested he is guilty of producing BSPF in this thread either. But while we are on the subject some of his remixes were exactly that.
Legend though so all is forgiven.

In my defence, I was drunk, your honour.

MattBlack wrote:
Presto wrote:

John Graham is pretty much "Mr Prog"

Yet I've still yet to hear a track of his that is BSPF. Not bad going, there.

Some of his stuff in early 2000's was borderline

So what you're saying is that, even at it's worse, Graham's tracks still didn't hit the norm, versus what was around at that time?


If his "borderline" work wasn't BSPF then the man has done well for himself.So what you're saying is that, even at it's worse, Graham's tracks still didn't hit the norm?


If his "borderline" work wasn't BSPF then the man has done well for himself.

John Graham is pretty much "Mr Prog"

Yet I've still yet to hear a track of his that is BSPF. Not bad going, there.

Massive respect in your general selection of music Simon, but I just don't get the Nine Inch Nails thing at all - they're abysmal.

Each to their own. Reznor is one hell of a talented producer, in my opinion. If the thread was 'which artist back catalogue would you save?', it'd likely be his.
I've seen him do the live thing about 4/5 times now. Never fails to absolutely blow me away.

Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile
KLF - The White Room
BT - This Binary Universe
Bjork - Homegenic
Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman
Craig Armsstrong - The Space Between Us
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Future Sound of London - Lifeforms
The Shamen - En-Tact

I could easily add another 10 to that.

wrongun wrote:

Michael Mayer in brighton last night was fucking mint - 4 hours of quality music

To quote a good man .... I was spangle dangled

Music was good. Wasn't too taken by the flow of it though. But on the whole a decent night.

I couldn't be bothered to type more than that tbh.

smallman1 wrote:

A doris at a football game is a wasted ticket.

Me and my sister used to go to Villa Park all the time.

This ain't prog?

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What the fuck does any of that mean?

joeyp wrote:

Xpander isn't even the best track on that ep

Did I say it was?

I know exactly what you meant, Jay.

loopdokter wrote:

I can't tell you just how much I hurts to see my downloads from Beatport sell exactly ONE fucking copy... everyone else downloaded it.

Of course they did.

zackster wrote:

get it together boys, scorchio is a feckin' cheeewn

It's alright. But is in no way an "essential" prog track.

And all of you behave over Xpander. It is sublime.

If there's anything I've learned, over the years, it's that, if the people up above want something closed down, it'll get closed down.
I don't think Soundcloud is any different in this regard. It may stay open... but it'll be so castrated that you'll never be able to use it as readily as before.

I just hope Hear.This doesn't quite get the same level of attention, or it's back to hosting mixes myself. Although I could easily implement that, these days. So maybe it's a good thing, for me. tongue

dutchy101 wrote:

Taking my dad to Anfield, the theatre of wet dreams for West Ham game tomorrow.

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monostereo wrote:

So what we'll essentially end up with is DJ-Lee-McBedroom turning what was previously a neat arrangement into 10 fucking minutes worth of bongo tedium before a deeply unsatisfactory breakdown.  YEAH! Awesome!

In other words: we are ALL Sasa Savic.

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Any takers?

I've admitted to being the whole Digweed's Hair alias, haven't I?

9 and a half years.

Been with my current place for 6 months. But that has absolutely flown by. I can see a few years passing me by quite easily.

How many times are you going to make that 'joke' in 24 hours, Matt?

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poirot wrote:

No prog thread is complete without this either. Both sides immense. Was lucky enough to be at the Corn Exchange in Leeds when this got dropped by Sasha. One of the best track ever imo.

Proper ecstasy trance dancing music, right there.