Boogie Times..

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by Brainstormer » Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:26 am

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If it were now, all those records in that box would be on ebay going for ridiculous money!

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by gorfuc » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:09 am

Talking of oldschool shops, anyone remember a clothes shop on oxford street called MASH around 89/90? Had massive bass bins down stairs and used to tump out the house music. Quality :)

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by gorfuc » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:27 am

Elusive wrote:
gorfuc wrote:
Elusive wrote:Smart mate, i never made it to boogie times, so i've never seen the shop

it looks like its on about SUBBASE 25/26 looking at those covers on the wall, so i reckon your right on 1993

nice post :D

lol bigger tits :-)
eh? :-k :lol:

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by ady » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:28 am

gorfuc wrote:Talking of oldschool shops, anyone remember a clothes shop on oxford street called MASH around 89/90? Had massive bass bins down stairs and used to tump out the house music. Quality :)
I remember MASH, forgot all about that place

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by gorfuc » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:28 am

Elusive wrote:
gorfuc wrote:
Elusive wrote:Smart mate, i never made it to boogie times, so i've never seen the shop

it looks like its on about SUBBASE 25/26 looking at those covers on the wall, so i reckon your right on 1993

nice post :D

lol bigger tits :-)
eh? :-k :lol:
ahh mate i thought you'd know, i was talking about your avatar, that very scene actually in the picture, classic film :)

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by gorfuc » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:34 am

dj_minky wrote:
gorfuc wrote:Talking of oldschool shops, anyone remember a clothes shop on oxford street called MASH around 89/90? Had massive bass bins down stairs and used to tump out the house music. Quality :)
I remember MASH, forgot all about that place
you know that, proper oldschool, i just came into my head a while ago, i have'nt thought of that place in years.

hey minky i was just gonna post in your mp3 thread, i was gonna get that list to you was'nt i but i just tried to copy and paste from my pc but it having none of it, give me a while cause i'm gonna have to type them all out, well unless you wanna send me a list of the tunes your after and if i've got them i can send them your way.

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by gorfuc » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:35 am

Elusive wrote:
gorfuc wrote:ahh mate i thought you'd know, i was talking about your avatar, that very scene actually in the picture, classic film :)
DOH! yeah i was a bit slow there #-o my bad :lol:
yeah no worries, proper funny stuff :lol:

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by ady » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:21 pm

Cheers Gorfuc, will pm you shortly with a few i'm after :D

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by renegadegenius » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:43 pm

gorfuc wrote:
hey minky i was just gonna post in your mp3 thread, i was gonna get that list to you was'nt i but i just tried to copy and paste from my pc but it having none of it, give me a while cause i'm gonna have to type them all out, well unless you wanna send me a list of the tunes your after and if i've got them i can send them your way.
U just need to pop this batch file in your mp3 directory, click it & it'll make a file called tunelist.txt in your C:\ drive.
It'll be a little messy (with all directory names), but u can tidy that up after.

http://www.zshare.net/download/9945280f3432ac/

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by hardcore_hulk » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:56 pm

Oh yes, started going Boogie Times in '91 whilst on work experience in Romford. £3.29 the tunes were, keep the fire burning was my 1st purchase in there along with dancin people. I used to love the whiteboard with all the top selling tunes on it. Fantastic memories.

Time machine defo needed lol

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by uncle dugs.. » Wed Apr 02, 2008 1:48 pm

if i remember correctly the clothes shop was called mash but the record bit was called passion or mash passion....??

i used to be down there quite a bit back in the day, i still got a clothing catalogue from there in my memoribilia treasure chest lol, some proper old skool garms ill try n get it up here to show you all....

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by wax » Wed Apr 02, 2008 4:57 pm

yep was deffo passion records downstairs from mash !
little window serving hatch type bit as well lol !
them were the days !!

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by uncle dugs.. » Wed Apr 02, 2008 5:23 pm

did it change to razor recs at some point later on to, i dont know why but that rings a bell....

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by wax » Wed Apr 02, 2008 5:26 pm

no idea mate,i only ever went there a couple of times in the early days

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Re: Boogie Times..

Post by garrybynon » Wed Apr 02, 2008 5:36 pm

Uncle Dugs.. wrote:did it change to razor recs at some point later on to, i dont know why but that rings a bell....
i was luckily enough to splash cash in the place, i went there maybe a couple of months before closed and it was still boogie times

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