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    Default Nick Warren kicked off the deck in Seoul for not playing commercial..

    another one goes down to the bottle service bitches...

    https://www.facebook.com/nickwarrenhope?fref=nf

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    Bloody ingrates! I guess they couldn't handle the INTENSIFY *wink*
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    I was on that VIP table. I gave him enough chances. There weren't enough big bass drops for my liking. Not one single Martin Garrix track was played. Nick Warren wouldn't even pick up the mic and start swearing at the crowd. The final straw was when I realised that no cakes were going to be thrown at the crowd and that Nick wasn't even planning to crowd surf or had planned a quick cameo from Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. He had to go and I made it known to the club. The club listened to me because I was involved in the scene back in the early days of 2009.

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    I think big DJs should start putting more important language in their rider... If the club owners shut them down prior to the end of the set (for ridiculous circumstances like these), they should pay the full agreed amount plus a fee. They don't realize a DJ could have taken a gig someplace else where the promoter booking actually understands the type of music they play.
    Hit them in their wallet and they will either stop this practice, or invest in a jukebox with crap music in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyRome View Post
    I think big DJs should start putting more important language in their rider... If the club owners shut them down prior to the end of the set (for ridiculous circumstances like these), they should pay the full agreed amount plus a fee. They don't realize a DJ could have taken a gig someplace else where the promoter booking actually understands the type of music they play.
    Hit them in their wallet and they will either stop this practice, or invest in a jukebox with crap music in it
    Agreed... First Fake Blood now this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISaS73R View Post
    Hahahahaha
    The funniest/saddest part is all the responses this gets from people who don't know sarcasm...

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    I 'd like to open this for discussion. Is this practice okay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwal View Post
    Agreed... First Fake Blood now this...
    plus shadow and ferrer...
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    If it's any consolation...I saw Zedd on a Bud Light commercial today. And he wasn't playing anything popular!

    At least I don't think it was popular. I wouldn't really be able to tell you what is "popular" anymore.
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    "popular" is a relative term...
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