Likewise, even if it was "lights on" o clock when we actually caught up!Grievous Angel wrote:Great seeing Boom, Deapoh, Dr Bluebeat, Lucky Strike, and the French contingent, wicked.
Deapoh wrote:Bluebeat, were you wearing a white t-shirt? I'm not sure if it was you I saw or a look-a-like.
No the usual 'blue beat' one tho I didnt get there til just before 4!
lol I even took my camera with the intention of capturing a few faces but was too busy jumping around trying to make up for lost time!Deapoh wrote:I believe I managed to dodge all the cameras yet again. Won't see me in any pics
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Sounds like another top quality blazedown. Good to hear the security were more chilled....Ruffige better be in boomkat soon!
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Hahah that was me! hahaha i was with a lil blond girl not sure if the" oh my dayz" is a good thing or a bad thing i looked mashed!hologram wrote:niiiiice i like
yeah i had a great night.
ahoy messer and deapoh, nice meeting yas.
i saw this girl with red hair and a tattoo on her shoulder. oh my dayz
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You were wicked dancers. In fact there was some ace moves busted last night - who was that Asian guy doing the real fast stepping?MiZzy wrote:Hahah that was me! hahaha i was with a lil blond girl not sure if the" oh my dayz" is a good thing or a bad thing i looked mashed!
And loads of women getting deep into it, brilliant.
Pissed I missed Forensics, Kion etc, next time. Bluebeat's a dude - by the time I met you my energy was right back up.
I can't give a professional opinion (but I did enjoy the techincal conversation about clipping and squared ting last time) and I can only talk about the last 2 hours but the sound-system sounded amazing, much better than last time. By better I mean the chest pressure was immense but even stood by the speakers the higher end wasn't hurting my ears at all and that, in my book, is perfect. Probably the crispest deepest sound and earth shattering bass I've heard since Hugo Nicholson managed the sound system for Primal Scream in the early 90's and on a par witht he some of the best Shaka dances. Well done!Hazmonkey wrote:Any comments about the venue or the sound system are happily recieved here people; make your opinions known people.
i rest for one second and you happend to capture it - pah!drbluebeat wrote:This one?:Grievous Angel wrote:In fact there was some ace moves busted last night - who was that Asian guy doing the real fast stepping?
Yeah he was still going strong when the lights came on. Boomnoise, was someone holding your arms by your side in this shot?
Big up everyone who came, and all the soldiers who were still there when the lights came on.
It could have easily gone on till 7.
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