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The Morning After The Night Before - Crossfire!

 

Waking this morning looking like an extra from Mr Jacksons Thriller video and smelling something akin to a Turkish wrestlers jockstrap, I thought it only right to post a few notes on last nights Crossfire event in London. (Forgive the briefness of the review but to be honest I need more SLEEEEEEP!) So, here we go with the main points: packed in all rooms (800 approx in), atmosphere was great, the DJs did us proud with just one great track after another (and Andy Rixs gets a special mention for managing to really p*** me off for playing a great unissued version of Sam Fletchers Id think it over (more uptempo) by the writer of the song which I will never be able to own, caress, love, hold etc etc!!!!), loads of laffs, free buses to the 2nd venue (which due to kids I couldnt attend but heard was just as good). All in all a top notch stonking night. My only moan was that the dancefloor was RAMMMING which meant that an old git like me, who throws his arms and legs around with all the grace of a Dervish on acid, couldnt move as freely as he wanted. :-x That said well done to all involved, well done for the crowd turning up in numbers and roll on the next night! TheBigO * Oh, one point for all the doubters and supporters of certain other promoters in London that night. I congratulated Ady C on a great night and turn-out and he was gracious enough to say that the Rocket looked like they were busy as well which was good. There speaks a TRUE SOUL BROTHER!!!! Ya listening Levine?!? A few pics to follow.




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