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  • Birthday 16/01/1987

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  1. haddaway - what is love dj and duncan - lets get ready (theyll love it, honest) general "old school" music should work well living joy - dreamer snap - rythm is a danecr k class - show me love faithless - insomnia darude - sandstorm etcetc sum dodgy but well known oldies brendon - gimme some sweet - wig wam bang kenny loggins - footloose get em goin tunes whitney - wanna dance with somebody haddaway - what is love dj and duncan - lets get ready (theyll love it, honest) and all the new chart / danec stuff there r loads n loads iv tried to list some not too obvio
  2. hi everyone. wow!! wot a great night http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif (if only they were all like this) the young farmers know how to party alright. i was given constant good requests all night long, easy for me. played all the classic get u going tunes n they just loved it, managed to find combine harvester and hillibilly rock hillibilly roll, they went crazy, lol. cheers for the pointers, dont even know what i was worried about! They have booked me now for 4 more events before christmas, impressed the venue aswell (local rugby club) they booked 2 nights, so i got 6 bo
  3. hi all, next weekend i have been booked to dj at a local young farmers event, does anyone have any experiance of such events, they have been very specific about music but vague aswell, lol they said they dopnt want anything very "hardcore" and they dont want anything slow and they do want some rock. but they wouldnt give me any requests in advance http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/signdammit.gif i just wondered what music you would play for young farmers, perhaps you could give me a few examples of music that should work well, i know that they will want combine harvester, 500 mi
  4. hi all, just a quicky, does anyone play "PJ and duncans" (ant and dec) "lets get ready to rumble" cos i discovered the single a few weeks ago in a box of cds i bought from a carboot sale the other week and i thought it might be worth a play. well since then i have played it 3 times at an 18th birthday, a local theatre groups aftershow party and in a local pub and everyone loved it, real crowd pleaser especially for the younger people. Has anyone else used this tune in their set recently?? cheers james
  5. hi all, just trying to bring this topic back to the top, are you all sure that you havent heard this??, sorry if this seems nagging http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/nono.gif , i just wanna get this song!! http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/wallbash.gif thanks again, james http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif
  6. hi all, was out at the weekend and i heard a tune that would be great for any type of young persons/teen event. chavs/town people loved it and the country folk cos its kinda amusin, the club went wild! basically it was scooters logical song but with a voice over (sounded kinda like neil morrisey). it started off with someone going through the dance moves over a looped beginning of the tune (while this was happening the dj visualised / did them) the "dance moves" were, feed the pidgeon feed the horse rodger the hippo spank the monkey single doorbell double doorbell crystal ball
  7. hi again, just found a link to a sample of this tune, so you can all see what you think, http://mp3.juno.co.uk/MP3/SF175296-01-01-06.mp3 this just samples the rap section, but if you hear the full version then the original sweet home alabamma is sung by lynnard skynnard aswell. its great check it out http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif . im lovin it
  8. hi all, i have id'd this tune but i am having real problems finding a cd with this mix on, This tune samples: lynnard skynnard - sweet home alabamma and: Nelly - country grammar the mash up i heard was by: Mei-Lwun and its called: "Sweet Home Country Grammar" If anyone knows of a cd with this tune on, could you please post it on here so i can buy it, cos this tune is seriously hot. it works amazingly well in the club i go to. everyone from 18-30 goes crazy for it! cheers everyone, james
  9. hi all, just thought i would tell you all that peavey are soon to release their new ul range of speakers, They are exactly the same spec / model no's as the ul series we all know. But they have changed the finish of the cabs to a durable black paint effect which i think will look great and be much easier to maintainn than the old carpet covered cabs. also more beer-spillage friendly i guess! In my opinion these are what the ul range should have been like from day one, Great improvement, thumbs up to peavey http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/goodjob.gif check this link to
  10. hi all, i was out last night in a club and the dj played a tune which was awsum, it was the backing/music from sweet home alabama with a phat beat and someone was rapping over it (sounded kinda like 50 cent). at the end of the tune the normal sweet home alabama was sung by the original arist aswell. i just wondered if anyone could id this tune please?? cheers, james http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/smile.gif
  11. cheers everyone, http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif thats it, wot a tune. i cannot believe you all got it, its brilliant, you lot are amazing! thanks so much, james http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/thanks.gif
  12. hi ads, thanks for your reply, but it wasnt "black box, ride on time". its kinda deeper than that - i think ride on time is cheesy, lol (if you know wot i mean), anyone else got any ideas?? cheers, james
  13. Hi, over the weekend i was a punter at an old school night and a tune came on which i absolutley loved. but i dont know what it was http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/rolleyes.gif . so i just wondered if you lot could help me out at all, now i believe the following lyrics are in the song. "gotta get up, gotta get to it" - male vocals (i think, any of the words may be wrong) i think it had female vocals in aswell maybe saying "fresh" - dont go by this too much now this tune really kicked on and i can remember that it had a great breakdown with like a crazy drum beat going on
  14. wow!, i think you guies have cracked it! i obviously had many, many beers because the words i remembered were totally wrong! i really dont know how you got it, cheers partychris, steve and everyone else who helped on this. the dancin divas mix is what i heard, its a brilliant tune!! thanks again, dj jim http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/biggrin.gif
  15. cheers for that suggestion (beloved, sweet harmnony), iv just looked it up and thats not it!, any more ideas? i wishj i could remember more of it, but you know wot its like http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/pepsi.gif <beer.
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