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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericg
    The Johnny Cash cover is pretty good as well. I am a big fan of Cash (wide variety of music taste/interests) so it was cool to hear a quality remix.
    Indeed. Same here. Thanks for the listens and comments.

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    I haven't had a chance to listen yet, Dean.
    Tryska, I never in a million years thought you'd like Jungle and Hardcore.
    it seems that after 2.5 yrs we have something in common..
    Patrick spun the hell out of that Johnny Cash Track after we got back from ATL.
    Has he gotten ahold of you yet?
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    Hey man I love your stuff. Nice to see DJ's with good track selection once in awhile. You should do some more.


    Tryska you're into DnB? What are some artists you like?

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    Hatred: Ha! I forgot Patrick got a copy of it. I think he picked it up from Barry's place after the Pocket Rocket incident? haha He hasn't gotten ahold of me yet. Why was he trying to?

    Spencerjrus: Thanks!! I've actually been thinking about doing some more, but trying to find quality tracks these days is VERY hard. Mostly everything is monotone and boring... For some reason having the same tone and beat for 10 minutes straight with no build-up or change in structure is "Forward thinking" these days...

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    If you like DnB, you better like J Majik.

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    Dieselboy and Dj Dara's latest are surprisingly good. Jungle AND trance hit a low period for a while there.
    AK1200's latest is ****ing BADass.
    Out of the night that covers me,Black as the Pit from pole to pole,I thank whatever gods may be for my unconquerable soul. In The fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance my head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears looms but the horror of the shade And yet the menace of the years finds, and shall find, me unafraid. It matters not how strait the gate how charged with punishments the scroll,I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.
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    Well then. He is on my profile of course...You need to make friends with Joey Modus (He's the guy that Pat and I said looked like Barry.) He sent me some phenomenal tracks.
    Out of the night that covers me,Black as the Pit from pole to pole,I thank whatever gods may be for my unconquerable soul. In The fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance my head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears looms but the horror of the shade And yet the menace of the years finds, and shall find, me unafraid. It matters not how strait the gate how charged with punishments the scroll,I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatred
    Well then. He is on my profile of course...You need to make friends with Joey Modus (He's the guy that Pat and I said looked like Barry.) He sent me some phenomenal tracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatred
    I haven't had a chance to listen yet, Dean.
    Tryska, I never in a million years thought you'd like Jungle and Hardcore.
    it seems that after 2.5 yrs we have something in common..
    Patrick spun the hell out of that Johnny Cash Track after we got back from ATL.
    Has he gotten ahold of you yet?

    *lol* but will you hate me again when i say that i have a secret love for Happy Hardcore?


    spencerjrus - Diesel Boy definitely and J majik as intargc mentioned - plus he's a hottie. As for locally - and i don't know if he spins anymore - DJ Beenie - we actually worked together, and he gave me one of his promo CDS and i still do cardio to that thing. that's for people y'all might be familiar - but my love for DnB goes way back to it's roots in Dub and some of the DJs and Selectahs from that genre.


    oh and i'm going to count Prodigy as DnB and they are classic.
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    i'll check out the mixes some time soon

    i used to dj, in a former life

    i played a couple of times in atlanta

    at the masquerade and the church(some old church in the GHETTO)

    i started out playing dnb and ended up playing mostly tech house & uk breaks

    i sold my tables in 2001

    i lost love for dnb when the whole dieselboy "soldier's story" techstep-era came in

    i liked the older good jump-up & good looking records stuff

    the new dnb coming out now is great though, not into the diesel/dara/ak cartel though

    i love all the "liquid funk" and neuro stuff; klute, intalex, dkay, basic operations, etc.

    atlanta has some good locals

    section 8 put out some nice mixes this year, i've got his spring & summer mixes still on my desktop
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    Quote Originally Posted by intargc
    Spencerjrus: Thanks!! I've actually been thinking about doing some more, but trying to find quality tracks these days is VERY hard. Mostly everything is monotone and boring... For some reason having the same tone and beat for 10 minutes straight with no build-up or change in structure is "Forward thinking" these days...

    not for nothing but i think we can thank meth for ruining DnB - it was all pots and pans for a while....
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    Quote Originally Posted by excokehead
    at the masquerade and the church(some old church in the GHETTO)
    i'll take a wild guess and say tabernacle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by excokehead
    i liked the older good jump-up & good looking records stuff

    i missed this line - so do you like Aphordite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tryska
    i'll take a wild guess and say tabernacle?
    nah

    this was an actual old church

    it was called "the church"

    it was a party for iris promotions back in 2001

    mad crackheads wanting to "watch your car" for you in the parking lot

    weird night
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tryska
    i missed this line - so do you like Aphordite?


    well, truth be told i've got an arseload of old aphrodite records somewhere

    the stuff sounds corny to me now, but it was good back in the day for sure

    "tough at the top" by ez rollers was the ultimate jump-up smasher
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    Quote Originally Posted by excokehead
    nah

    this was an actual old church

    it was called "the church"

    it was a party for iris promotions back in 2001

    mad crackheads wanting to "watch your car" for you in the parking lot

    Was it House of Bluesy on the inside? or like a real church?


    and i know what you mean about aphrodite - it does sound almost camp now, but that fusion with the old dub stuff really amazed me when i first heard it.
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    i did a lil' googling

    Directions:
    "The Church"
    Downtown Atlanta GA
    This venue is an old church with 50ft high vaulted ceilings, a huge balcony overlooking the dancefloor, skyline view of the city, an outdoor balcony and two full rooms of sound.

    From the North:
    Go I-75/85 south into downtown. Get off at Fulton St. Turner field Exit At the light Go right. Go to your first light (Pryor st) and go Left. Then go to your 2nd light (Ralph David Abernathy) and make a left. Venue is on left across from Amaco.


    i don't think it's had any events for years now

    was really really shady

    really

    extremely
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    wierd. the only renovated churches i'm familiar with are the abbey which is actually a restaurant and tabernacle.


    that is a pretty sketchy neighborhood tho - pretty much everypart of Downtown is, after hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by excokehead
    i did a lil' googling

    Directions:
    "The Church"
    Downtown Atlanta GA
    This venue is an old church with 50ft high vaulted ceilings, a huge balcony overlooking the dancefloor, skyline view of the city, an outdoor balcony and two full rooms of sound.

    From the North:
    Go I-75/85 south into downtown. Get off at Fulton St. Turner field Exit At the light Go right. Go to your first light (Pryor st) and go Left. Then go to your 2nd light (Ralph David Abernathy) and make a left. Venue is on left across from Amaco.


    i don't think it's had any events for years now

    was really really shady

    really

    extremely
    Ahh, yes... The Church. That place was quite simply scary. It was worse than the masquerade in stability. Not only could you feel the entire floor move whenever people danced, but it felt like it was about to fall in. It was absolutely in the ghetto. One of the funniest venue's out there, besides "The Globe". OMG, the globe was hilarious. The worst raves in the world were held there.

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    *lol* at the Globe. i went there a couple of times.

    i totally don't remember the Church. i feel like i should have my clubber's card revoked. altho what y'all are saying about it, i prolly wouldn't have gone anyway. too much drama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tryska
    *lol* at the Globe. i went there a couple of times.

    i totally don't remember the Church. i feel like i should have my clubber's card revoked. altho what y'all are saying about it, i prolly wouldn't have gone anyway. too much drama.
    Oh, so you were the other person at the Globe when I was there? haha! My friend and I always make fun of the Globe. We'll be like "Hey, let's have a party at your place" and he'll go "Yeah, it'll end up like a Globe party."

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    baha! that's messed up. My friend and I went once, cuz it sounded liek it would be fun and there were like 5 people there. We thought maybe it was a fluke and tried again a few months later and same story. i wonder what that was all about? maybe it had bad juju.

    like Level 3. i did not like being in that space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatred
    Dieselboy and Dj Dara's latest are surprisingly good. Jungle AND trance hit a low period for a while there.
    AK1200's latest is ****ing BADass.


    Dieselboy is a staple of DnB and AK1200 kicks serious ass.

    Anyone like Pendulum? I havnt heard their new album yet but they have had some really amazing stuff in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spencerjrus
    Dieselboy is a staple of DnB and AK1200 kicks serious ass.

    Anyone like Pendulum? I havnt heard their new album yet but they have had some really amazing stuff in the past.
    Bah... Dieselboy isn't a staple.. He has some great mixes, but the dude doesn't even produce anything. He just spins.

    J Majik is a staple... he produces and mixes. Dieselboy wouldn't have half of the great sets he does if it wasn't for a lot of J Majik's productions. Same with AK1200. Wait... at least AK1200 produced 1 track. Haha... I think Dieselboy has collaborated with some other producers on tracks, but I think they just put his name on there to get street cred.

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    deisel, ak1200, dara

    they're just the very popular names that everybody knows

    the good dnb is not coming from those cats

    they'll pack out a venue for sure, but they're not really pushing anything

    i do like dara, his "rinsimus maximus" was one of the first pieces of vinyl i owned

    and ak1200's epic lounge remix of "floori.da" was nice

    j majik is cool, his "spaced invader" remix was good at the time, i haven't heard much from him lately

    not into the pendulum sound, although lots of people are

    imo, klute, high contrast, and teebee are the best out there right now

    if you want the most recent sounds, dogsonacid.com hosts mixes from all the heavy-hitters

    http://www.dogsonacid.com/mixes/

    i recommend the august '05 mix from mathematics

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