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    I usually just drop any of my 'white labels' or what you modern folks probably call bootlegs or whatever.. Always seems to work.

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    claude vonstroke - monster island (christian martin remix)
    radioslave - grindhouse (dubfire terror planet remix) yes i also love this one
    christian man (christian martin vs. renaissance man) - Robosonic Rerumble

    dark tunes all the way
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    Duplex - Sydney Sampson
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    whats the point of sharing gems? they are gems cause you went digging thru the crates or digital blogs/stores.
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    I find having a list of heavy stuff or songs that are guaranteed to get people dancing set aside is always a positive - And i'm always on the prowl for others(;
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    whats the point of sharing gems? they are gems cause you went digging thru the crates or digital blogs/stores.
    +1

    Preach it brother man!

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    I love how 90% of this thread is a list of tracks that would clear pretty much any dancefloor regardless of cultural background.

    To contribute to this thread, the gems change every few weeks and I regret to report that Spandau Ballet just doesn't do what it used to do on the dancefloor last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartyMcFly View Post
    I love how 90% of this thread is a list of tracks that would clear pretty much any dancefloor regardless of cultural background.

    To contribute to this thread, the gems change every few weeks and I regret to report that Spandau Ballet just doesn't do what it used to do on the dancefloor last weekend.
    I disagree with that. I have a playlist of heavy, heavy stuff. That when used correctly just sykes people up more. Most of the songs in my playlist many people haven't heard before, with huge builds and massive drops. So its not just any popular song that people know, which changes every few weeks as you said, But these songs are heavy, dirty electro that no one knows anyway.

    I feel that they work a treat for me when used in moderation :P I'm just trying to build up my list
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    Shockone - Polygon (Dirtyphonics Remix)
    Sub Focus - Stomp
    Drumsound & Bassline Smith - Freak
    Sub Focus - Timewarp VIP

    All of those send the crowd off for us
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bong Squad View Post
    Shockone - Polygon (Dirtyphonics Remix)
    Sub Focus - Stomp
    Drumsound & Bassline Smith - Freak
    Sub Focus - Timewarp VIP

    All of those send the crowd off for us
    If your going with Timewarp then go for Rock It by Sub Focus aswell.... OMG! Still maybe a 2009 release but it rocks a room!

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