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  1. Hmmm, I read on either the Blackhole records page or one of The Stupid Experts pages that it was released via J00F Recordings (their original releases defiantly were along with one of their most recent). Oh well, who knows as Its all irrelevant now anyway. They didn't reply to any of my messages.......
  2. The Stupid Experts - For Alice is basically a modern progressive house version of the Unknown track played by either Jules or Colin. This would mean that as John 00 Flemming has released this on his lable he may know who did the version back in 2000. Either that or they (The Stupid Experts" ripped it off. Have a listen Jason
  3. "The Stupid Experts are a duo originating from the small town of Hawick in The Scottish Borders. Ally Brown and Dave Walker have been friends for long over ten years and their parents were also friends in the generation before. Now the family has been extended, with the addition of a certain Alice, Ally’s daughter – to whom this track is dedicated. For Alice is certainly a beautiful record with lush piano, synth brass and ethereal whammy guitar layers - but it’s also a brilliant club record, with a groove as tight as an otter’s pocket, nifty filter Moog bass-work, creeping arpeggiator lines and a polished production sound which can be genuinely described as ‘Widescreen’."
  4. I know you posted this a while back but this is up on Mixcloud if you a still looking, bit of a crap recording though. I got a couple of staff passes for this as my Dad was supplying some of the Equipment for it, needless to say, me and a mate spent the afternoon making the most of the Radio One backstage free bar. Gina G was performing on another stage that day but decided to join us at that bar. I had a professional camcorder with me and filmed some of it, Sonique is defiantly doing her thing on the recording but have no idea where the tape is.I'll chuck it up on Youtube if I find it.
  5. it was the announcement of his new Classics Live tour, basically a live band covering classic tracks
  6. Not sure what he is up to but he has a Special announcement to make and is doing another Live Q and A on his Facebook page 7:30pm gmt
  7. I meant as In it didn't get a commercial release due to the sample clearance . I have a rip of the Club Class Seventeen CD that someone did for me so have a good copy of the original but as far as I know the Lange mix was only promoed by Serious on acetate. Do you have a copy on CD Jason?
  8. Hi Guys, I've been bugging Les for a few years now and he has finally had the time to rip and upload some of his old sets from Gold n Delicious. I've been bugging him to release his Gold n Delicious - Ascension track that Jules hammered in 1998 which I've loved since hearing it. He said he is planning on releasing and remixing it at some point and possibly the vocal version that is on his soundcloud page. Les has been uploading them set rips here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvAYCTzb1KSGESeNYZfL1uQ Les' personal Facebook page that he puts some of his current DJ and production bits on https://www.facebook.com/nothingbutmirage Brand new Gold n Delicious facebook page - worth following https://www.facebook.com/Gold-n-Delicious-1860311547347556/ hope this is of interest and for those that don't know Les is behind the Jive Bunny Master mix series (he is a legend!)
  9. Tried for years to ID this as well, had it on tape and used to listen to it on my Walkman loads. Thanks for the upload. Have you emailed Jules, he might remember it as he sounded excited about it? Think it was late 1998 or early 1999 as I remember playing it to a friend at college that left around the same time (strange memory but he gave me a load of DJ Hixxy tapes off the back of it).
  10. I have a copy of Dave Pearce's facebook video upload (2.30 mins ish) of this event, think it may have been part of a BBC promo? Can it be up loaded here some how so its not lost for ever and would anyone be interested in seeing it?
  11. Sadly Jason you are correct, really annoying and I hadn't noticed that.
  12. I've seen other copies the same (mispressed) like mine so may have been a big batch of them or at the last minute the Sample couldn't be cleared, who knows? I've since bought this (https://www.discogs.com/Various-The-White-Disc-Volume-WD0026/release/723856) and the version on there doesn't fade out if you are looking for full digital copy of it?
  13. 16. unknown - 'unknown' [white label] Is Westbam - The Roof is on Fire (Stretch n Vern High Spirit mix)
  14. just a thought but its not Marco V - Solarize (sounds similar to Sunrise) 2003 is it? Also check out Sunrise records on discogs as they were formed in 2000, DJ's around that time would often get a White label / Acetate that had just had the record companies name and release number hand written on it and they read it out thinking it was the Artist / Title. JJ was guilty of that a few times over the years. https://www.discogs.com/label/2181-Sunrise-Recordings?sort=year&sort_order=
  15. 08. Skinky Pink - Last Train to Kings Cross (one of the Rhythm Masters remixes)