is the moniker of Glasgowian DJ Graeme Clark who can confindently state that he has reinvented house music over the last two years. As a DJ, producer and editor extraordinaire he is an obiquitous figure and made his name popular all around the world.
I remember getting a white suit on at the age of about 12 and dancing around with a tennis racket in my garage to this... ahhh the halcyon days. I still do it from time to time.
At «T In The Park», 1997. Maybe the second time they'd played in Scotland. Steaming hot tent, one in one out, pre-Discovery-post-Homework... large.
Consuming all manner of things and dancing around in your flat with your mates to this. Enlightening.
Most Happy Hardcore records will do it.
Falling asleep with my girlfriend to the sound of a crackly John Martyn 12" in the middle of winter. Top drawer(s) down time.
My mum had it in her record collection. «The Model» and «We Are The Robots» always sounded like the most futuristic tracks ever made. They still do.
If you believe in reincarnation.
Glasgow in a nut-shell.
I'd just turned 16 or 17 and done my first couple of gigs. Saw The Prodigy live just before «Jilted Generation» came out. Ruffness.
Classic soft rock bizness here. Crying into your gin material.
Play this at a wedding and you will see the craziest dancing of all time by people who may never have danced in their life. Trust me.
Tic-Tic-Tic-Tic... BOOOM! Nuff said. Anybody got an accapella?
I wheel it out occasionally. My mates usually shake their heads slowly and take another sip of their pint. In my defence. I have witnessed people mount tables to this and dance for the duration with a pint in each hand.
A track that demands your attention. The string version just mellows that demand. More like a tap on the shoulder than a punch in the face.
A troubadour of the highest order. The best soundtrack to tea, crumpets and a hangover.
«Spandex Jackets... one for everyone». I put the pen down when I heard that.