Are Classics Just?

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  1. nocturnal

    nocturnal Banned

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    Are Classics Just?

    are classics nights in general just a cynical way of milking the punters for all they are worth for club nites that have lost their way or seen better times?:eek:
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    No their a chance for clubbers to hear the tunes that they've loved over the years in one night - Winner :cool2:
  3. ManofScience

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    Classics nights are good - just as long as they aren't over used - people then tend to get sick of them

    I don't see any problem with classics nights - (sometimes) it's what people want!!!!
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    It can be whatever you want it to be really...

    A chance to re-live the old days

    A chance to experience what it was like in the old days if your too young to have been there

    A chance to earn a packet if your a promoter :lol:
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    yeah get a bit bored of hearing the same classics each time i go to a night
    there's so many more awesome tunes that dont get played
    fuck having to hear born slippy, adagio for strings and silence everytime
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    tbh i dont like classics nights, they just play big tunes everytime (and yes i know thats cos they're classics)
    but a tune being a classic is more of a personal thing, their are alot better old tunes out their than the obvious ones that get played everytime :)
    also with it being a classics night it normally starts sounding a bit random later on in the night, still a good laugh and a cheap night out tho
  7. ManofScience

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    here's mr cheerful again :eek:
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    MOS stop being an arse, read my posts of late you'll see ive been very cheerful, got nout better to do than read all my posts to check up on me?
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    promisealways.com - say what u want.....aslong as its good towards promise :rolleyes:
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    It depends ive been 2 a few classics nites this year and they have ended up sounding the same. The DJ's all playing the "99" anthems instead of the classics from 2000-2003 and there are loads.

    Plus ifd like 2 hear the less known classics instead of the obvious ones all the time.

    Think cream have ripped it a bit with all of their classics nites.
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    dont say that mate :eek: people will think your unhappy if you dont say YES I LOVE CLASSIC NIGHTS ;)
  13. ManofScience

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    Wooaa there - IF you've been very cheerful in all your recent posts, with me reading them all - i would have seen this mr. negative

    but as 1) i ain't 2) i haven't - stick that in your pipe and smoke it.

    And where was Promise mentioned in any of this? and when have i attacked anyone about dissing classics nights? i've not defended/attacked anyones thoughts - i was just commenting on another one of you "i don't like/i'm not going/i thought it was shit" posts


    OK mr fucking know-it-all? we'll be mates again once you're off yer high horse and get your head outta your arse. as if anyone takes what i say seriously
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    i've never claimed to know it all, i have my opinion as does everyone else on here, take a look i say good things aswell as bad, thats why the message board is here for people to have their say, but everytime i put something negative u have to point it out?? what with that, when i say something good do i not get a cheer?
  15. nocturnal

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    internet arm chair clubbers they be

    you know what i am saying red 5



    red 2

    :lol: :lol: :lol:
  16. ManofScience

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    standing by....
  17. ManofScience

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    so i'm picking on you now?

    Fine - i'll stop with the banter. feel alienated no more
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    MOS is right... peter, chin up son :up:
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    im possibly the happiest i've ever been tbh :D

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