Duckie...

Feb. 19th, 2006 03:51 pm
fingertrouble: (Blue fairy lights)
Last night went to Duckie for the first time in ages with Gregg and a mate of his - loads of great tunes, the Reader's Wifes (one of the best DJs in the country, no question for eclectic choice of the best tunes) played loads of classics, I was going to ask them to (cheekily) play a bootleg then that second they played Go Home Productions 'Rapture Riders' - so they can mindread too.

Some of the songs I remember, nary a duff tune:

Scissor Sisters - Filthy Gorgeous - went off wild to this one
Magic Fly - Space - still sounds great, proto house classic
Iggy & The Stooges - I wanna be your dog- mosh mosh mosh
Goldfrapp - Train - a classic, they played Ride a White Horse which I was singing Laidback loudly over, Train went down better (tis a better tune, and more 'original')
David Essex - Star - one of Kirk's faves. I cannot answer anymore due to the Official Secrets Act.
Sparks - Beat the Clock - way!
Malcom McLaren - Madame Butterfly - must do something with this
De La Soul - Rollerskating Jam - weird to hear this in a club...
obligatory - 2 Morrissey tracks, First of the Gang and Boy with a Thorn in His Side
Soft Cell - Insecure Me - great to hear this.
Le Tigre - I'm so Excited


They did play Abba 'Lay all your love' (why? when the covers - not Erasure I hasten to add - are SO much better?) so I had to stand outside then. Very few original Abba tunes I can stand to dance/listen to.

Apologies to anyone I moshed against or trod on your toes - no drugs were imbibed but a combo of that music + alcohol makes me very frisky. There was a really cute daddy bear there, sadly with cub (aint that always the way?)

I wish the bars were like Duckie, XXL and the bearish places are all crappy commercial dance music and hard/handbag trance...but interestingly the mix at Duckie includes some cute bears, it's very diverse!

Took me ages to get home, no food anywhere (there used to be a local chicken place that opens late, no more) and on the hellride that is the top of the N98 bus. I'm a bit hoarse and deaf today, it's raining but a great night out :-D

Duckie...

Feb. 19th, 2006 03:51 pm
fingertrouble: (Blue fairy lights)
Last night went to Duckie for the first time in ages with Gregg and a mate of his - loads of great tunes, the Reader's Wifes (one of the best DJs in the country, no question for eclectic choice of the best tunes) played loads of classics, I was going to ask them to (cheekily) play a bootleg then that second they played Go Home Productions 'Rapture Riders' - so they can mindread too.

Some of the songs I remember, nary a duff tune:

Scissor Sisters - Filthy Gorgeous - went off wild to this one
Magic Fly - Space - still sounds great, proto house classic
Iggy & The Stooges - I wanna be your dog- mosh mosh mosh
Goldfrapp - Train - a classic, they played Ride a White Horse which I was singing Laidback loudly over, Train went down better (tis a better tune, and more 'original')
David Essex - Star - one of Kirk's faves. I cannot answer anymore due to the Official Secrets Act.
Sparks - Beat the Clock - way!
Malcom McLaren - Madame Butterfly - must do something with this
De La Soul - Rollerskating Jam - weird to hear this in a club...
obligatory - 2 Morrissey tracks, First of the Gang and Boy with a Thorn in His Side
Soft Cell - Insecure Me - great to hear this.
Le Tigre - I'm so Excited


They did play Abba 'Lay all your love' (why? when the covers - not Erasure I hasten to add - are SO much better?) so I had to stand outside then. Very few original Abba tunes I can stand to dance/listen to.

Apologies to anyone I moshed against or trod on your toes - no drugs were imbibed but a combo of that music + alcohol makes me very frisky. There was a really cute daddy bear there, sadly with cub (aint that always the way?)

I wish the bars were like Duckie, XXL and the bearish places are all crappy commercial dance music and hard/handbag trance...but interestingly the mix at Duckie includes some cute bears, it's very diverse!

Took me ages to get home, no food anywhere (there used to be a local chicken place that opens late, no more) and on the hellride that is the top of the N98 bus. I'm a bit hoarse and deaf today, it's raining but a great night out :-D

Duckie...

Feb. 19th, 2006 03:51 pm
fingertrouble: (Blue fairy lights)
Last night went to Duckie for the first time in ages with Gregg and a mate of his - loads of great tunes, the Reader's Wifes (one of the best DJs in the country, no question for eclectic choice of the best tunes) played loads of classics, I was going to ask them to (cheekily) play a bootleg then that second they played Go Home Productions 'Rapture Riders' - so they can mindread too.

Some of the songs I remember, nary a duff tune:

Scissor Sisters - Filthy Gorgeous - went off wild to this one
Magic Fly - Space - still sounds great, proto house classic
Iggy & The Stooges - I wanna be your dog- mosh mosh mosh
Goldfrapp - Train - a classic, they played Ride a White Horse which I was singing Laidback loudly over, Train went down better (tis a better tune, and more 'original')
David Essex - Star - one of Kirk's faves. I cannot answer anymore due to the Official Secrets Act.
Sparks - Beat the Clock - way!
Malcom McLaren - Madame Butterfly - must do something with this
De La Soul - Rollerskating Jam - weird to hear this in a club...
obligatory - 2 Morrissey tracks, First of the Gang and Boy with a Thorn in His Side
Soft Cell - Insecure Me - great to hear this.
Le Tigre - I'm so Excited


They did play Abba 'Lay all your love' (why? when the covers - not Erasure I hasten to add - are SO much better?) so I had to stand outside then. Very few original Abba tunes I can stand to dance/listen to.

Apologies to anyone I moshed against or trod on your toes - no drugs were imbibed but a combo of that music + alcohol makes me very frisky. There was a really cute daddy bear there, sadly with cub (aint that always the way?)

I wish the bars were like Duckie, XXL and the bearish places are all crappy commercial dance music and hard/handbag trance...but interestingly the mix at Duckie includes some cute bears, it's very diverse!

Took me ages to get home, no food anywhere (there used to be a local chicken place that opens late, no more) and on the hellride that is the top of the N98 bus. I'm a bit hoarse and deaf today, it's raining but a great night out :-D

Duckie...

Feb. 19th, 2006 03:51 pm
fingertrouble: (Default)
Last night went to Duckie for the first time in ages with Gregg and a mate of his - loads of great tunes, the Reader's Wifes (one of the best DJs in the country, no question for eclectic choice of the best tunes) played loads of classics, I was going to ask them to (cheekily) play a bootleg then that second they played Go Home Productions 'Rapture Riders' - so they can mindread too.

Some of the songs I remember, nary a duff tune:

Scissor Sisters - Filthy Gorgeous - went off wild to this one
Magic Fly - Space - still sounds great, proto house classic
Iggy & The Stooges - I wanna be your dog- mosh mosh mosh
Goldfrapp - Train - a classic, they played Ride a White Horse which I was singing Laidback loudly over, Train went down better (tis a better tune, and more 'original')
David Essex - Star - one of Kirk's faves. I cannot answer anymore due to the Official Secrets Act.
Sparks - Beat the Clock - way!
Malcom McLaren - Madame Butterfly - must do something with this
De La Soul - Rollerskating Jam - weird to hear this in a club...
obligatory - 2 Morrissey tracks, First of the Gang and Boy with a Thorn in His Side
Soft Cell - Insecure Me - great to hear this.
Le Tigre - I'm so Excited


They did play Abba 'Lay all your love' (why? when the covers - not Erasure I hasten to add - are SO much better?) so I had to stand outside then. Very few original Abba tunes I can stand to dance/listen to.

Apologies to anyone I moshed against or trod on your toes - no drugs were imbibed but a combo of that music + alcohol makes me very frisky. There was a really cute daddy bear there, sadly with cub (aint that always the way?)

I wish the bars were like Duckie, XXL and the bearish places are all crappy commercial dance music and hard/handbag trance...but interestingly the mix at Duckie includes some cute bears, it's very diverse!

Took me ages to get home, no food anywhere (there used to be a local chicken place that opens late, no more) and on the hellride that is the top of the N98 bus. I'm a bit hoarse and deaf today, it's raining but a great night out :-D

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