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Was listening to the Creamfields 2003 set last week & he came up with this cracker just before the Tried & Tested track;

'Each week we play a track that is phatter than Ricky Gervais, in the shape of our Office favourite!'

Class! :lol:

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MKB: I re-found this thread last week and made it sticky... it's good nostalgia :)

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Great idea - I'll see if I can edit my post (when I get chance) using all of these submitted by the members to have a master first post with all of these 'Julesisms' :)

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"Cracking like the whip of a dominatrix, 97-99 Fm radio 1 in the mix" is still the best one!

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'97-99 FM Radio 1 - like custard - were in the thick of the mix'

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I wonder if, during Jules's last show, we're likely to hear "Like Alan Sugars apprentices, i've been fired". :ermm:

I'll get my coat! :ninja:

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i recall sometime in 2002 he mentioned that he 'was playing a selection of tunes, that were fatter than jack osbourne!'

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'Getting fried like an onion' - Random friday night show

'Covering more fields than a tractor' - Mardi Gras 2002

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Just dug out a tape and heard another one.

"Radio 1 and it's going off like last week's milk"

He interrupted a remix of BT's Flaming June just to say that, lol

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Haha! The fact that he interrupted a tune just to say that is even better than the oneliner itself :D

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More crunch than celery!

and earlier in the same show (29-09-2001): "Keeping things crisp like *something I can't make out, but sounds like "moyche two"* " :oddcake:

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Here's a few I remember...

"Into the mix we go now... stuffed with tunes so fat I had to sit on my record box to close it before coming to the studio."

"Providing more fat content than a double cheeseburger, but hopefully without the cheese."

"Tunes with a harder beat than an inner-city police officer."

"Tunes with more front than Jimmy Hill's chin."

"Banging like the adult channel on Radio One."

"More pump per square inch..."

"Tunes with more punch than Prescott." (Just after the political incident.)

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"When we swing that thing, we do it with plenty of ding!"

*crowd goes wild!*

"Live from Torquay, 97 to 99FM, Radio One doing it in the park!"

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taken from one of my rips - November 22nd/23rd 1997...

'we're going to lift you up like a wonderbra, with tunes that are all substance and no padding'

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"Tunes that spout like a geyser, and punch like one too"
"More tracks than Paddington Station"
"More licks than a pedigree puppy"

"We're sizzling and we're normally spicy too"

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Like toilet paper - we're on a roll ...

We're pumpin' you up like a Lilo ...

Like an Iron Girder we supply you with rather solid stuff ...

I agree with what one the previous posters said about JJ giving us names of tunes ... but most of his swag bag was all mash ups, acetates and White Labels ... the mixes i am compiling for this site are all well known tunes ... is THOSE white labels we need to get our grubby mitts on ... like the one in summer 97 he was caning that had the theme from Tales of the Unexpected on the breakdown lol

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