Am I talking too fast or are you just playing dumb?

Due to Thursday’s events in London, getting to the club was a bit difficult, so we were less busy than normal.  However what they lacked in numbers, they made up in spirit.  It led us to being a bit less inclined to play the core tracks and deviate a little, which made it a bit more fun!

Early set
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The Postal Service – Such Great Heights
Sophie Ellis Bextor – Physical
Moloko – The Time is Now
Pulp – Razzamatazz
Blur – Popscene
Dead Kennedys – Too Drunk To Fuck
Concretes – Can’t Hurry Love
Kaiser Chiefs – Time Honoured Tradition
Super Furry Animals – The International Language of Screaming
Gorillaz – DARE
Fannypack – Cameltoe
Annie – Chewing Gum
Billie Piper – Something Deep Inside
The Pipettes – ABC
Girls Aloud – Long Hot Summer
No Doubt – New
Kelly Clarkson – Since U Been Gone
Scissor Sisters – Music is the Victim
Rachel Stevens – So Good
Britney – Do Something
Mylo – In Your Arms
Basement Jaxx – Romeo

Late Set
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Maximo Park – Apply some pressure
Sugababes – Hole in the Head
Spice Girls – Who Do You Think You Are
Kitty & the Ks – I am a MF
Kaiser Chiefs – I Predict A Riot
Beck – Sexx Laws
Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
George Michael – Too Funky
En Vogue – Free Your Mind
Christina Aguilera – Fighter
Blur – Girls & Boys
Clash – London Burning
Joy Division – Love will tear us apart
Beatles – Got to get you into my life
Pink Grease – Pink G.R.ease
Girls Aloud – Love Machine
Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl
All Saints – Lady Marmalade
Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
Skee-Lo – I wish
Chemical Brothers – Galvanise
Feeder – Buck Rogers
Muse – Plug in Baby
Divinyls – I touch myself.

Tada!

Deano’s After Dark

Tonight we hopped on the Victoria and the District lines, and waggled our merry arses over to the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith to see some comedy.   Former Perrier winners, Richard Ayoade and Matthew Holness, and creaters of 2004’s Channel 4 cult show Garth Merenghi’s Dark Place were trying out new material for their forthcoming show "Deano’s After Dark".

The idea of the show is Deano (from Dark Place) hosting a chat show with his celebrity friends (all played by Matthew Holness).   According to one friend who we saw it with, it simply reeked of a bad Alan Partridge copy.  The material was very weak and it simply dragged.  An unexpected interval in the 70 minute performance was a huge relief.

Given I remember liking Dark Place (although I don’t think I saw it all), this was simply disappointing.  One can only hope that they find some good material before the show proper gets made.

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Playlist from the 14th

Early Set
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Pulp – Do you remember the first time
Polyphonic Spree – Soldier Girl
Aneka – Japanese Boy
Kim Carnes – Betty Davis Eyes
Jermaine Stewart – We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes off
Mull Historical Society – Watching Xanadu
Tina & Ike Turner – Nutbush City Limits
Melanie C – Going Down
Goldfrapp – Ooh La La
Ladytron – Sugar
Puretone – Addicted to Base
Sleeper – Sale of the Century
Garbage – Vow
Pixies – Here Comes Your Man
Blur – Charmless Man
Hard-Fi – Hard To Beat
Maximo Park – Apply Some Pressure

Late Set
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Caesars – Jerk it otu
Amerie – 1 Thing
Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl
Scissor Sisters – Tits on the Radio
Le Tigre – TKO
Garbage – Cherry Lips
Green Day – Holiday
Hole – Celebrity Skin
Pink Grease – Pink G.R.ease
JC Chasez – All Day Long I Dream About Sex
Vapours – Turning Japanese
Duran Duran – Rio
Girls Aloud – Love Machine
Bloodhound Gang – The Ballad of Chasey Lain
Beck – Sexx Laws
The Clash – Rock the Casbah
The Knack – My Sharona
The White Stripes – Hotel Yorba
Placebo – Nancy Boy
Dandy Warhols – Bohemian Like You
The Cardigans – Love Fool
Dolly Parton – 9 to 5
No Doubt – It’s my life
Pulp – Common People
Blondie – Call Me
Suede – Animal Nitrate
Robbie & Kylie – Kids
Wheatus – A Little Respect

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