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Another classic Bank Holiday session, we managed to get an amazingly late license for a Sunday night, I think this was due to the fact that a certain key member of the council was a Flesh regular. I remember very clearly the light coming through the glass ceiling and revealing the true extent of the debauchery at about 5am, blue daylight, dry ice and lots of wide-eyes. My Mum was still on the dancefloor at 6am too that morning - hardcore!

This was the launch of the ill-fated "Flesh Records", an overly confident step into the world of dance music labels that eventually caused the end of "A Bit Ginger" productions. But luckily we have nearly forgotten the imaginative chorus of Tracey and Sharon's (aka Tom Stephan, aka Superchumbo) "Filthy Hetro" and the camp excesses of Roger looking for "Mr Right" (cover of the Eleanor Mills / Parky classic)!

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Queer Noise
Artefact added : 10th September 2009
by Bigmouth
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