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  • #1103887
    AvatarGetOnOne
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    My personal favourite – The Who. I fucking love that stuff. I remember as a lid singing “…hope I die before I get old”. Not so sure about that now tho..

    #1103859
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    GetOnOne wrote:
    My personal favourite – The Who. I fucking love that stuff. I remember as a lid singing “…hope I die before I get old”. Not so sure about that now tho..

    I wonder what the remaining members of that band think when they sing it, they are old enough to be our parents :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    hmm, what will happen to all the older ravers? or maybe they have mostly ended up on here lol 🙂

    #1103888
    AvatarGetOnOne
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    General Lighting wrote:
    I wonder what the remaining members of that band think when they sing it, they are old enough to be our parents :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    Well one of ’em (Keith Moon) did die before he got old, i spose,
    And another one died recently (Entwhistle) but he musta been pushing 60 by then.
    And another one was in the paper recently about child porn, I think…

    #1103873
    AvatarRaj
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    who recorded ‘ALICE’S RESTAURANT’? that was a wicked piece :weee:

    #1103866
    Avatargloballoon
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    Raj wrote:
    who recorded ‘ALICE’S RESTAURANT’? that was a wicked piece :weee:

    that was arlo guthrie

    i just hold of a copy of the film of the same name but haven’t got around to watching it yet

    #1103874
    AvatarRaj
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    /me is jealous – you lucky man

    It was a great song – would love to see the visuals for it too :weee:

    #1103867
    Avatargloballoon
    Participant

    led zeppelin – bongo’s montreux … that tune is a precursor to techno i feel raaa

    #1103875
    AvatarRaj
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    deep purple – smoke on the water

    #1103868
    Avatargloballoon
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    Raj wrote:
    deep purple – smoke on the water

    when i used to play guitar, and spend most saturday afternoons perstering fat norman to let me play the really nice ones in his shop, or to give a discount on something, they had the equivalent to a swear jar. playing “smoke on the water” in the shop cost £1… the most expensive ‘swear’ of the lot :groucho:

    #1103876
    AvatarRaj
    Participant

    hahaha I bet – it has been rinsed :groucho:

    #1103870
    AvatarClang
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    Although I was there in 1990 too, I was still quite young so Raving was my first real musical passion. Before then I was into Musical Youth and moved on to other classic hip-hop/electro. I was never into metal, rock or pop.

    Nonetheless I now like to chop it ALL up in the mix. For a taster check out the TekStep Mix on my MySpace page. I have uploaded it as a video but there are no images to go with it.

    I used to love that it was all called hardcorejungletechno back in the day, but I also really like the diversity that is available these days. One big rig with 10,000 ravers is truly a sight to see, but then again so is 10,000 rigs and one raver in front of each (anyone who went to Steart will know what I mean) can be just as amazing.

    PS. are you the same Globaloon who lives on South West Underground?

    #1103869
    Avatargloballoon
    Participant

    hello cai… the very same

    how’s it going buddy?

    #1103871
    AvatarClang
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    It’s goin just fine.

    Had bank holliday monday off. Missed what looked like a good breakz night in the cavern on friday, but made up for it by going out for a lovely meal on saturday.

    Thanks for asking.

    What nights do you do/go to in exeter then?

    Are you anything to do with reflex or beatz n bobz?

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