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We loved Adeva and were chuffed to get her performing live. So many of her songs were Flesh anthems, even a lesser known track like 'Don't Let It Show On Your Face' was a stone cold classic that Tim Lennox had turned the crowd onto. There is a wonderful montage at the end of Tony Gregory's 'Flesh' documentary with people showing out to that tune and it epitomises the club for me. Her set was phenomenal 'You're The One For Me', 'Respect' etc, I think she had a ball.
Paulette pretty much made the Gay Traitor her own playing back to back bombs. Matt Ryan was a natural dj - seamless mixing and timing and a similar style to Graeme Park. Luke Howard was a fantastic dj, really into US house, a resident at 'Queer Nation' in London, he is now a key player for 'Horse Meat Disco'.

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Artefact added : 6th January 2010
by Bigmouth
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