I'm equally impressed that the Lindcrest Diner is still there, but saddened that no one mentioned Seventeen-year-old Jack Acksadapo's historic demise in the google reviews.
Pretty much everything they don't have copyright/sample clearance for, especially since Fleetwood Mac just sold their rights...
Fuck it. As soon as this thing's over, let's have another JAMs ride.
By the way, the lead guitar that appears in Baltimore to Fair Play (and is obviously on the original), is that Bill Drummond playing, or is it a sample?
Nice one! Now playing. Now if only they'd release a physical version...
Get em while you can
Defo on for a revisit of the forum ride when safe. Just need to work out some significant date options and need to pre-plan where to bury the ashes. Parliament Square was quite tricky as it turns out.
I’m envious @dancing james got to dj in a venue where 1987 was a potential record to play. I still listen to my US import and although it’s by no means a ‘dance’ record, in terms of innovative sampling, it’s up there with Pump Up the Volume. And Scottish rapping sounds ace.
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