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Many of you have now voted on the 2004 poll, so heres the 2003 one to get your clicks into... biggrin.gif Edited by Gary

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Its between..

Beyonce, Room 5, Fatman Scoop and The Black Eyed Peas..

I voted Beyonce as i still play that regularly now.

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Beyonce, Room 5, Fatman Scoop and The Black Eyed Peas


I agree

although only the black eyed peas and room 5 i still play regularly the others only via request

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I voted for Beyonce, although I much prefer Room5, but the interesting thing is that Fatman scoop track. That was a HUGE underground hit for a couple of years before its official release, and it was really doing serious damage on my dancefloors, but since its release, I have not played it much. 533.gif I play Faith Evans instead now. notworthy.gif

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hat was a HUGE underground hit for a couple of years


Tell me about it, about 2 years before it was relaesed on uk charts i was bopping to this in numourous underground clubs in manchester. rolleyes.gif


















retired from dancing since i seen myself in the bar mirror in a club

not a pretty site nono.gif fear.gif

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QUOTE (brianmole @ Apr 21 2005, 05:25 PM)
I voted for Beyonce, although I much prefer Room5, but the interesting thing is that Fatman scoop track. That was a HUGE underground hit for a couple of years before its official release, and it was really doing serious damage on my dancefloors, but since its release, I have not played it much. 533.gif I play Faith Evans instead now. notworthy.gif

I actually had it 4 years before trevor nelson broke it on his show i too now play the original more as the fatman scoop track got well over played
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QUOTE (John Kidd @ Apr 21 2005, 05:06 PM)
For very personal reasons i have to say 'changes'

The original version was better.

Room 5 went down best at the time, but I'd have to say Beyonce is the only one that has really stood the test of time

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was basement Jaxx, weres your head at 2003 or 2002 ?????? cos that was my best record of 2003 i think........


im scaring my self because i cant remember ......

 

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was basement Jaxx, weres your head at 2003 or 2002 ?????? cos that was my best record of 2003 i think........


im scaring my self because i cant remember ......


And a great video to boot! I have weeks when I scare myself fear.gif



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retired from dancing since i seen myself in the bar mirror in a club

not a pretty site


You're never too old to do dancing. Must organise an outing to Fabric - anyone?

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QUOTE (brianmole @ Apr 21 2005, 11:03 PM)


You're never too old to do dancing. Must organise an outing to Fabric - anyone?

Sounds good to me although id prefer turnmills
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Turnmills and Fabric?


Are they the Over 30's clubs? 533.gif

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QUOTE (Gary @ Apr 22 2005, 12:30 AM)
Turnmills and Fabric?


Are they the Over 30's clubs? 533.gif

Well im 28 and i dont feel old in there but you would need a love of new house music (And very hot girls biggrin.gif )
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