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Post by samuel » Tue May 01, 2007 4:50 pm

Jamie-3-Dexx wrote: now for the cheecky plug
check out my up & comin tune
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i'll have some of that too please 8)

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Post by J3D » Tue May 01, 2007 5:25 pm

:oops: :lol: :lol:

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Post by dreamweave » Wed May 02, 2007 8:12 am

Dj_Bones wrote:Def not forgotten here either m8 posted a few 88-90 mixes on here in the past & do regular sets on my show & if you want to come & hear some classic`s on june 29th check the eruption event in the events section me skie & steve stritton will be playing some 89/90 classics :)
Must say bones you do play exceedingly good Acid house!! Great mix between the more 'house' and certainly the more'acid' sides of the genre. Any more bleeptasic mixes comin up??

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Post by Dj_Bones » Thu May 03, 2007 12:54 pm

Ez DW,
nice 1 m8 i`m off work 4 a couple of weeks hopefully i`ll get round to knocking up a couple of new mixes :)

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Post by siman91 » Thu May 03, 2007 6:21 pm

The real music started out in 85 through to about 88/89 and is as deep as you like and produced by music producers and not dj's. Ive got quite a bit of acid house but nothing like enough as my old discogs wants show. Some of the early plastic is worth real money too with many inxs of £100.

For those not in the know try tracks like...

Rhythm Controll..My House
Fallout..Morning After
Pierres Pfantasy Club..Fantasy Girl (pure class if your into your acid)
The It..Donnie
Mark Imperial..J'Ador Danser
ESP..It You
Adonis..Were Rocking Down The House
Jamie Principle..Your Love (almost where it started from in 85 and pure class(note original persona release the only one worth bothering with)
etc.etc.

I do have a some on mp3's including the above (except rhythm controll) and hold the originals.

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Post by retrospect » Sun May 06, 2007 8:10 am

those days are gone but definately not forgotten. love the old chicago / detroit sounds from the late 80's as much as i love hardcore

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Post by Sir Captinweestain » Sun May 06, 2007 1:16 pm

my fave genre followed closely by hardcore

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Post by c_funk » Sun May 06, 2007 1:21 pm

dreamweave wrote:
Dj_Bones wrote:Def not forgotten here either m8 posted a few 88-90 mixes on here in the past & do regular sets on my show & if you want to come & hear some classic`s on june 29th check the eruption event in the events section me skie & steve stritton will be playing some 89/90 classics :)
Must say bones you do play exceedingly good Acid house!! Great mix between the more 'house' and certainly the more'acid' sides of the genre. Any more bleeptasic mixes comin up??
innit that jump street man you dropped is the fucking shit =D>

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