|Originally posted by G-Con |
Interesting story. I know exactly the tune you refer to, me and my bro used to play it all the time when he got his first set of decks (belt drives). Used to love it.
However surely if someone has literally just died on the dancefloor (for whatever reason) the night would be over, police would be there, a formal investigation would be needed. They wouldn't just take the body away, dim the lights, and the volume back up.
what is funny is that in the track Mr kirk's son died from an overdose, thats a bloody funny coincidence (not for her nor for the people there ofc) but i think she could hardly have started with a worst track given the case.
On topic i think having 3,000 followers in twitter,sc etc... won't change much, it's common to see people that follow 5000 persons and have 3000 followers, this is not what twitter or Sc are meant, must suck to have constant updates by people you don't fucking care.
I prefer to have my track listened by a handful 100 that can actually value my stuff than by 1,000 who won't bother pressing the play button.
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