lennox2s2s

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About lennox2s2s

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  • Birthday 09/25/1983

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  1. Spam invasion - we're working on it!

    That was resolved quickly, congrats,
  2. judge jules feb 2014 mix

    I am sorry to hear your dad passed away recently Chrissie.
  3. favourite dj

    brother I agree, for me personally Jules from 1998-2001 wash his best, in particular 1999 the best ever...
  4. Global Warm Up Episode 483

    Here a link for the complete tracklist: http://www.1001tracklists.com/tracklist/30282_judge-jules-global-warmup-483-2013-06-07.html
  5. favourite dj

    Markus Schulz Tiesto (1999-2002 period) Nifra Tucandeo Pete Tong and Copyright (only recently)
  6. hello

    Living the dream, welcome brother
  7. Video Of Jules At Trance Energy 2001

    They sure dont make music like they used to....
  8. Judge Jules December 2013 Mix live M.O.S.

    I just cant believe jules still gets regular gigs at MOS playing alot of shite tunes
  9. 2004-05-29 - Judge Jules, Paul Van Dyk, Homelands

    Does anyone know if "Judge Jules - Takes All Night" was ever released? This has eluded me for years...I have basicially searched everywhere with no success...
  10. Attack of the BOTS!

    Or you receive an email stating that you have won the lotto some where in the Middle East like Afghanistan, then they just need you to forward your account details to enable them to credit your account!
  11. Attack of the BOTS!

    The last thing we need is these spammers....top work men...early detection and elimination... :thumbsup:
  12. Its a shame really the direction certain DJs have followed. No doubt money is a massive influencing factor. Remember when Gareth Emery used to produce solid remixes and productions, now he is pure shite to be honest....i think the success of the SHM has alot to do with the current scene. Listening to Tiesto today, you could never imagine he was responsible for classics such as Lethal Industry and Surbain Train...,