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    Default Maximes 3rd Birthday 1995?

    Any Ideas on 44 mins?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsyBpQpFCIk




    Nice one

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    Pretty sure that thats a Fat Lads tune, not sure which 1 tho. Hope it helps

    https://www.discogs.com/artist/76574-The-Fat-Lads

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    Nice one mate, but I've already got all the fat lads vinyls listed on discogs, maybe it's never been put on there, defo sounds like it could be one of their productions

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    whats the name of this tune at 54:50 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatline View Post
    whats the name of this tune at 54:50 ?
    its Swankenstein - Danceasauras
    https://www.discogs.com/Swankenstein...release/983918

    great track

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    54 min track is ' Theme from Swankenstein'
    Danceasaurus is the track on the B Side ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcus74 View Post
    54 min track is ' Theme from Swankenstein'
    Danceasaurus is the track on the B Side ��
    just checked my copy & its side AA thats played on the Maximes set,
    AA - Danceasauras

    track with the saxophone riff

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    Yes exactly that's the A side with the picture of Tony Blackburn on it
    The B side on 12" vinyl releases is usually the info side the tracklisting side 'aa' and therefore the 'a' side is 'theme from swankenstein' and the writing (info) side is 'danceasaurus'

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcus74 View Post
    Yes exactly that's the A side with the picture of Tony Blackburn on it
    The B side on 12" vinyl releases is usually the info side the tracklisting side 'aa' and therefore the 'a' side is 'theme from swankenstein' and the writing (info) side is 'danceasaurus'
    look at the runout etchings that tells you which side is what.
    A info side
    AA has the picture of Tony Blackburn

    hope this clears it up

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