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Added 30th June 2009 by andyshaw



a few of us lads from alty had stopped off first at lazy lils to make a purchase from the the dj. then straight onto isadoras to fully appreciate the audio visual pleasures once our purchases had kicked in. the night was called transcendental or something and we met up with some lasses from urmston

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“Isodoras was still in use as a venue up to 1996. Its last night was as Fondue, myself (Bri Fondue) and Jon McCready dj ed there and then the IRA bomb destroyed it! It took out all our props, posters - even a sixties space helmet TV. Worst though, buried somewhere underneath the rubble was our prized picture of a chimp with a stethascope examining a womans breasts...”
01 Jul 2009
“id love to know who was behind the transcendental nights in the late 80s early 90s they used to have some sixties film projection alongside real oil projecters and other shit it was fantastic on acid alongside an offbeat psychadelia soundtrack and baggy shuffling”
01 Jul 2009
“Transparent Day - West Coast Pop Art Band, The Doors, Pixies, even Freak Scene by Dinosaur Jr were tracks I remember from those nights. And acid..... we used to go round the corner to Konspiracy as well.”
02 Jul 2009
“Where exactly was the venue?”
24 Jul 2009
“Underneath what is now 'the Triangle shopping centre'”
24 Jul 2009
“btw transmission - where did you get those dodgy photos of mum & dad youve just posted? Claire wont thank you.....”
24 Jul 2009
“This is the first night club I ever went too my mate Nicci had been going with her uncle - we were still at school i looked dead young but somehow managed to get in one saturday I told me mam I was going to the Davvy to watch hunt for red october. I can remember being in the queue and being so excited but also so embarrassed about my stockport market fake kickers but once i was in nobody gave a shit what I had on and I spent the entire night dancing. I remember I wanna be adored and everyone going mental to directing traffic by inspiral carpets it was mega in there !”
31 Jul 2009
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