Choon of the Day, redux

catalog

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dean's a mary fan but it's one of those where it's not really been remixed, a bit like when he simply took the whole of that doug hream blunt one

 

catalog

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sorry a few too many from me and i know i'm gonna get a caning but i do like the odd very weird remix/fix

 

catalog

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cat....no man

the ugk/hype williams one was enough
let's not bother with this, i should never have posted it here, but you might like this mix i did in i think 2018 which has some twh hip hop and other bits, might give you a sense of the sort of things i like

 

luka

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let's not bother with this, i should never have posted it here, but you might like this mix i did in i think 2018 which has some twh hip hop and other bits, might give you a sense of the sort of things i like
Everyone is very aware of the sort of things you like it's just we,collectively, consider the things you like to be an abomination, ethically and aesthetically unforgivable.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Here's a weird thing. I just got a message from ebay saying that I won a record called Stormy by The Jesters of Newport. It's a tune I know, it's my kind of tune....



But I didn't remember putting a bid for it or anything. So I'm thinking how can I have won that record, it's a rare one, it's not something you get by accident. So I look and sure it enough it says I've won the record. And I'm thinking, what's the price? And it's a hundred and forty three dollars. What? I think I would have remembered bidding that kind of money for a record, so I look at the bidding history and it says my maximum bid was.... three thousand two hundred and something dollars! I'm pretty fucking sure I would have remembered that. So have I been hacked? Did I do it in my sleep or drunk or something? Can I get out of it? Although a nagging part of me is going "you do deserve a treat maybe you should just keep it" - which is a huge lie, I don't deserve a treat at all.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
The only thing is, the other day I was bidding for something and I did get myself in a terrible mess with the way it represented the numbers and I put in a bid for something of 1,000 instead of 10.00 - but I realised what I'd done and managed to stop it. I'm wondering if I could have done the same here. Cos I don't see why someone would have hacked my ebay and put a bid in on a random garage records - and one I actually happen to want, it's both a strange thing to do and a big coincidence.
 
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