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    Last year the holiday season was turned inside out on Dec 8th 2001. The end
    of the year is a time of celebration, of family, and get togethers. We got
    together with almost 2000 people in blizzard conditions and got down with
    some crazy fuckin vibe! From Santa's "special" helpers, to Santa himself
    making a cameo appearance, this event brought out the positive energy of the
    season and turned it into something memorable for all who came. The
    underground family get together of the the holiday season is BACK again. Come
    feel the warmpth of this magical time of year as we get ready to bring you
    that feeling once more... HAPPY HOLIDAYS 2 U
    DECEMBER 7th 2002
    THE GIFTS:
    H-FOUNDATION featuring HIPP-E + HALO
    Featuring HIPP-E (Soma, Nightshift, Siesta, Champion Sound) + HALO (Soma,
    Bluem, Siesta, Champion Sound)
    Prepare for house, tech-house, and funky soulful grooving business at its
    best!
    Halo has been involved with dance music since he got his first job at
    Chicago's Hip House Records at the age of 9. A native of the golden West,
    Hipp-e has pushed the envelope of dance music from the tender age of 16.
    After the psychotic atmosphere of the Midwest rave scene had lost its appeal,
    production seemed to be more than the next step, it was Halo's way of
    connecting with the rest of the world and a way to escape the increasing
    intensity of Chicago. A longtime friendship and common interests led him to
    try a project with Hipp-e and the H-Foundation aka 6400 Crew was established.
    The two produced a hybrid sound that paired the jackin' beats of Chicago with
    the smoked out sounds of the Pacific. Quickly supported by Siesta Music in
    their new home of San Diego, their new friends at Soma in Glasgow, label
    giant Hooj Choons, and even the East coast legends at Yoshitoshi, they drew
    the attention of the world to the self-contained music industry of the West
    coast. Sets at Fabric London, Turbo Toronto, Zouks Singapore, Soma Glasgow,
    Twilo New York, More Amsterdam, Pacha Buenos Aires, and Allenby Tel-Aviv
    caused clubbers worldwide to re-evaluate what they could and would dance to.
    Music that they had always considered too deep was finally being presented to
    them the right way and their Saturday nights would never be the same. His
    sets at raves in New Zealand, Montreal, Croatia, Spain, Brazil and all over
    the United States challenged them to bridge the gap between the depth they
    needed to fulfill themselves and the energy that the crowds were craving.
    This idea gave way for Halo to releases like the seminal "Future" on Siesta
    and his reremix for Sirus' "Eye For An Eye" on NRK and has inspired a whole
    new generation of producers and DJ's to follow suit. Pre-release orders for
    the first Bluem release, a solo project on Halo's own label, have already
    outdone sales of any other record from the West coast. As A&R for San
    Francisco based Tango Recordings, Hipp-E is able to take his knack for
    finding amazing records to play out and apply it to finding upcoming
    producers from around the world who will help to shape ththe future of dance
    music. This summer the duo has completed a full length album as
    H-Foundation. With DJing schedules that shows no signs of slowing down, and a
    resume that already puts them at the top of their field, and an ever growing
    potential in the studio, Hipp-e and Halo will continue to realize their
    dreams and inspire the rest of the industry. 3:00-5:00AM
    ELECTRIC SKYCHURCH (www.skychurch.com, CA)
    1st LIVE PA TOUR with vocalist Roxanne in 4 years!
    ELECTRIC SKYCHURCH holds an important place in America's electronic music
    scene with songs in a class of their own and music you can't forget. Their
    live performances blend elements of trance, breaks, techy sound scapes, and
    beautiful melodies. Heralded as one of the top electronica live PA in the
    country with global touring schedules a stop at an intimate NE event is a
    rare experience not to be missed! Founded in 1989 as a moniker for James
    Lumb's solo material, Electric Skychurch has expanded from a one-man band to
    a full multi-media ensemble with a large revolving cast and crew. In 1992
    James released the first, self titled, "Electric Skychurch" EP which quickly
    circulated on cassette through LA's underground pirate music scene. In 1993
    David deLaski joined the project and the pair became some of the original
    Mojave Desert performers that led to the "Moontribe" collective. It was
    during this period that Lumb penned "Deus", a song that defined the West
    Coast Trance sound. A second album called "Together," climbed to #1 on the
    CMJ RPM chart and stayed there for 20 weeks. As the music gained popularity,
    Electric Skychurch's live show began to take on a new life. For the next
    three years, Electric Skychurch stayed on the road continuously introducing
    DJ John Kelley, drummer Alex Spurkel, VJ Greg Leeper and singer Roxanne
    Morganstern to it's line-up. Unlike rock bands, Skychurch played raves and
    drew crowds in the tens of thousands. During a tour, he was filmed by
    director John Reese for interviews that later became part of the feature
    film, "Better Living Through Circuitry," giving the world a refreshingly
    honest portrait of the reclusive producer. In the years following his exit
    from Moonshine, James Lumb recorded hundreds of songs for future Skychurch
    releases. After much prodding from DJ John Kelley, Lumb formally began
    releasing music again in 2001 with the single release on vinyl of "Heaven."
    In October of 2001 James released "Sonic Diary" through Water Music Records.
    "Sonic Diary" was quickly named one of the top 20 LP's of 2001 by Mixer
    Magazine. James is currently working on a full length uptempo dance LP with
    veteran producer Clif Brigden, who has several number one hits under his belt
    and has worked with John Digweed, Thomas Dolby, and many others. 2:00-3:00AM
    SPACE GIRL (Hardbeat Records, spacegirlmusic.com/greymultimedia.com,
    NYC/Moscow)
    The Queen of Acid Trance returns to beat the hell out of the crowd once
    again. A constant staple at most major events in the NYC area and a NE
    favorite, this woman delivera a punch that is almost unparallelled. With
    vinyl and cd releases doing very well for herself, she is a force to be
    reckoned with in any circuit. Her releases include: Dream Your Dreams,
    Unknown Planet, and Mission 0001. With more production work being highly
    anticipated by fans worldwide, she is guaranteed to make the room explode
    with energy! 1:00-2:00AM
    ROB GEE (www.adamrecordings.com, NATAS, BML, NJ)
    1st Columns appearance ever! "How many of your people want some hard ass
    shit?" Well a lot apparently cuz we get tons of requests for this guy! Rockin
    Europe and US events constantly, with his full length cd on BML catching him
    attention in more markets than ever, Rob stands poised as one of the few
    pushers of the gabber, hardcore sounds that is breaking into the global
    market. With collaboratory efforts with the legendary hardcore band of the
    early 90's Biohazard under way, his image and profile is growing rapidly and
    he is prepared to level the foundation and make the crowd go absolutely nuts!
    You have been warned! 12:00-1:00AM
    OSHEEN (Blinded Records, RI)
    A grandfather of NE's scene, Osh comes correct constantly! His smooth
    blendings and sexy house sounds make people shake that ass like almost none
    other. Presently putting finishing touches on multiple vinyl projects while
    he projects himself at his audience. An old friend and an amazing dj...get
    ready to get rocked! 11:00-12:00AM
    KNOWLEDGE (Columns of Knowledge Recordings, Columnsofknowledge.com, CT)
    CT's longest running promotional and production company was founded in 1994
    by Chris aka Dj Knowledge. Through his travels and performances he has
    learned to blend many styles of funky techno, blazin' hard filter disco
    house, progressive, trance, and even nu skool breaks. On request he even
    drops a competent dnb set. On the production end his 2nd record should be out
    by spring. With a new cd coming and finally his own label underway, Knowledge
    always projects the vibe and intensifies. 5:00-6:00AM
    DIRTY 'OL FRANK (Volumeproductions.com, Luna Sea, 2AM, RI)
    Adrenaline levels have just blown through the roof. Dirty Ol' Frank has been
    making a name for himself with outstanding reviews by Mixer Magazine and
    ripping up countless events through out the East Coast with his energized
    sets of UK Hard House , and the masses of sweaty dancers to prove it. Come
    fourth to witness a true pioneer towards the New England hard dance scene
    ....where's the noize? 10:00-11:00PM
    BREAKA DAWN (Operation Breakbeat, Just So, CT)
    SPECIAL b-day set! Kickin' the dancefloor's ass from the minute we open is
    CT's fastest rising breaks Dj. Her energetic performances coupled with her
    ruckus flava make her a girl you don't want to mess with. Her breakbeat
    stylings are her local cd releases are continuing to build her fanbass! Feel
    the funk and get ready to rock! 9:00-10:00PM
    PRESENTS OF BASS CHAMBER:
    J-SMOOTH (GFS, Sound Gizmo Audio, Argento, Planet Groove, PA)
    Getting the funk flowin' faster than K-Y at a nudist colony Philly's local
    legend comes back for a rare NE appearance. He's done the duties at such
    classic Columns events as All Out Sunshine 2 and Winter Wonderland. His
    production work on his own Sound Gizmo imprint has reflected his tastes for
    jazzy, hip hop influenced, funky jungle sounds. Always a fav with the femmes.
    ~ Back in action we are pleased to present J-Smooth! 2:00-3:00AM
    EMPRESS (Topaz, Criterion, Groundscore, Contagious Musiq, NY)
    Cd release Tour for: "Stateside Sessions: Drum & Bass Vol. 2 mixed by
    Empress)
    From her humble beginning in southern CT to her global djing schedule she now
    maintains, Empress is a favorite of many. Her residencies also include a
    monthly party at "Test Press Sundays" and several others around the country.
    December 17th, 1999 marked a milestone as she made history by being the first
    American invited to play at V Recording's renowned weekly, "Movement" in
    London.
    The Movement crew and crowd liked her set so well they had her back in
    January and in April. She was invited to team up with icons Sage and UFO!
    to form Triadd and the quickly slammed out their first single, "Hydroxy",
    which was signed to Skunkrock Recordings UK. With an August 2000 release,
    Tiadd's first track includes a remix by the UK's highly regarded producers,
    Digital and Spirit. With a current intense touring schedule, is till finding
    time to work on her own tunes in NYC. We are very pleased to bring back
    another longtime friend in the industry when the beautiful and gifted Empress
    takes the stage this winter! 1:00-2:00AM
    TODD BUCKLER (Columns of Knowledge Recordings, Terpsichore, mp3.Buckler,
    www.toddbuckler.com, Che) w/ MC JOSIAH INTALLEKT (True, Che, ME)
    With production work coming out on 2 labels in the next year, a mix cd of all
    his own material, and an MC that won't let you forget, Mr Buckler is primed
    and pumped to deliver once again. Our own resident selecta takes us into the
    aggressive, majestic soundscapes he creates to light the flame of your minds
    once more. Proper percussion and raging basslines will make you feel the
    power. Merry Xmas! 12:00-1:00AM
    JOSH HOLIDAY (local 13, DnBASF Rec., PA) w/ MC STAMINA DARCSUN (Junglistic
    Preasure Krew ( JPK), Hieratic Soundz, DnBASF, PA)
    Happy Holidays wouldn't be complete without Holiday himself! Josh is coming @
    u with the most comtemporary ragga around. While stamina is busy in the lab
    with JPK, Josh is busy running DnBASF records as well as producing traxx.
    Now throwing his own shows (Jungle Tactics), he is comin' up quickly in the
    southern half of the east coast dnb community. 11:00-12:00AM
    GARON (Stuck On Earth, Taciturn Rec, Response Rec, NY)
    Don't blink or you might miss the quickly flexin' skillz of NY's own Garon
    rising while you slept. Comin' atcha with his own material, a devoted mind on
    his goals, and all kinds of crazy shit... this man is solid on anything he
    touches from his web design to his production abilities to his djing control.
    Come witness the style. 10:00-11:00PM
    MIZTAH LEX (ElementalCompounds.com, Shadows of Society, Boston MA)
    One of the masterminds behind Elemental Compounds, Lex's track record goes on
    for miles. Not only has he played every major Drum and Bass night in the city
    of Boston, but he is one of the few Boston D&B DJs who is frequently playing
    in NYC. With a crate full of all the hottest D&B tunes and sets that include
    hard to find jams and Hip-Hop classics, his Hip-Hop background comes through
    in his rugged mixing style. 3:00-4:00AM
    WAGON ((True Productions, The Electrical Chemistry Lab, NYC, Wmass)
    Dj'ing since '94, Charles (a.k.a. Dj Wagon, Chef Tender, and Explodio) has
    been keeping his beats to himself for many years while perfecting his craft.
    With a love for nearly all styles of jungle, he tries to create mixes that
    would not only make asses shake on the dance floor, but please any producers
    who may take a listen in a studio environment. "Technically hard future funk
    that makes bodies swerve, shake, and slam" is how he recently described his
    flavor to a friend. Enjoy! 4:00-5:00AM
    THE CORRUPTER (Sentinel Syndicate, Neverending Echo, www.bostonraves.org)
    The Corrupter has slowly been making his mark on the New England Drum and
    Bass Scene. Current projects include a remix for the UK's DJ Daze and
    running Sentinel Syndicate with DJ CensiuM. This young man's career is just
    starting to bud...be on the lookout for a new name in Stateside Drum and
    Bass! 5:00-6;00AM
    BLIXX (Drunken Monk, CT)
    A true scenester with much love for the scene, supporting and djing at every
    opportunity! Her enthusiasm is awesome and we are happy to have this friend
    rock the decks to kick off our dnb room for the holiday festivities! Watch
    for this one! 9:00-10:00PM
    CHEER AND GOODWILL ROOM:
    JOHN JACOB (High-5, Vinyl)
    John is one of the co-founders of High-5. He is one of the major pioneers in
    the area and still continues to organize and coordinate the yearly DJ's
    Against Aids charity event along with other various one-offs and the weekly
    Vinyl event in Virginia Beach with Marquis Productions. John has performed as
    a DJ on the Atlantic Coast all throughout Virginia to West Virginia and as
    far away as Honolulu, Hawaii. He is known for his ability to spin all forms
    of House and especially tracks laced with soul stirring deepness to
    funkdafied disco beats. Give much NE love to this southern east coast rising
    star! 12:30-1:45AM
    SOBI-ONE aka J. EMRYS (Spiritual Emporium, CT)
    SPECIAL farewell set!
    Don't cry, the beats are still slammin. Sobi brings it properly every time.
    No more, no less. In the past year he continued to prove he is a force to be
    reckoned with as he has recently rocked crowds in montreal and released a new
    mix cd that is available now. Come join us tonite as this will be his last
    performance in the north east for a while before he leaves for the south to
    follow greater endeavors. 1:45-3:00AM
    3-WAY BREAKBEAT MELTDOWN FROM 4:00-6:00AM WITH:
    TYBAL (Y2K, DYSFUNKSTIONAL, ALTARRECORDS.NET, NY)
    After stellar performances on the Revelation Tour 2002, which included
    stops in Pittsburgh-PA, Chicago-IL, Springfield-Mass, Edmonton-Canada,
    Philadelphia, PA, Hartford-CT and Miami-FL during the 2002 WMC. Tybal has
    been crushing dance floors across America and beyond with his unique style of
    Hip-Hop, Breaks, and Dnb. Tonight Tybal will be celebrating the release of
    his
    new mix cd “ Come Follow Me“ courtesy of Altar Records.
    VS.
    RUBIX QUBE (Y2K, GHM, FOUNDATION VIBRATION, PHILLY)
    Seamless mixing, razor sharp cuts, and pure dance floor mayhem is what
    to expect when this Philadelphia native gets behind the decks. His styles
    include D-n-B, Breaks, Hip Hop, london hardcore and House. With performances
    in NY, PA, CT, MD, DC, DE, NJ, AZ and Mexico he's quickly become one of the
    fastest rising DJ's in thecircuit. His Crew in Philly; Foundation Vibration
    runs one of the
    city's longest running and most successful weeklies: Automatic.
    VS
    ENDO (Flex Productions, Neverending-Echo, VT)
    VT's fastest rising breaks dj will be coming correct again with another solid
    Asylum performance. Giving it you solid and funky, this kid is rapidly pickin
    up props in upstate NY, MA, and everywhere else he goes. A recent addition to
    the NE crew he is coming up quick.
    CHRIS SAVIOR (Y2K, LOC, NY)
    Now spinning on all corners of the map representin' upstate to the fullest
    and residenting at every Y2K event this man rocks crowds with his pumpin
    blend of slammin progressive trance, uk hardhouse, funky bizness and beyond.
    11:30-12:30AM
    MEGRIM (True, MA)
    Megrim is one seriously fucked up individual!!! SERIOUSLY, this guy has
    major issues! At one point in his life he was a forensic medical
    investigator and had to deal with suicides, homicides, and extremely
    decomposed bodies on a regular basis. Normally this would scar the "average"
    person, but Megrim loved every second of it, often electing to spend extra
    hours at the office in order to witness more horrific scenes of human
    cruelty. We really don't know what to do with this guy! Well, I guess we
    can always throw him behind the decks in order to scare the holy shit out of
    everyone during this most sacred time of year. Happy fucking Holidays
    muthafuckers!!!! 3:00-4:00AM
    GRIM (Elements Crew, CT) vs PARIAH (indep, CT)
    Grim is the Elements Crew resident techno specialist. Non-stop, mechanical,
    driving sounds are always a part of his set. Pariah call his sound "dark,
    hard, tribal,
    sometimes funky tech-house with hints of acid". Pariah = outcast, of the
    lowest social class. Together these two men will pound the holiday spirit
    into you with their unlenting rhythm! 10:00-11:30PM
    DANK (Funky Element, www.dj-dank.net)
    Labeled by many as the Acid Assasin, Brian Atwood aka Dj Dank's signature
    K.R.A.N.K. style of thunderous driving acid trance, flawlessly mixed w/
    touches of hard techno, and dark NU NRG, have been known to completely and
    utterly demolish dancefloors. With numerous event productions also under his
    belt we are happy to have this LI NY native in the hizouse. 9:00-10:00PM
    REINDEER ON THE ROOFTOP:
    RHEYMUND (Mammal Music, Columns of Knowledge, NH) vs ANTON BANKS (Moebius,
    CT)
    This will be a very special rare tagteam of intelligence and sound. Over the
    years Anton became known for his hard techno sound, however, he has recently
    evolved into one of CT's most versatile DJs spinning Techno, Electro, House,
    Tech-house and even a little ambient from time to time. You can still catch
    him on the radio every week as the host of "Mobius Radio", his show, that is
    now in it's 7th year. Rheymund is our resident deep techno and house
    selector. Together these men will define the groove with a most proficient
    effect. 2:00-3:30AM
    "popgirl" 23 (Galanta.net, Female Pressure, The Mercury, ME)
    Just back from a series of west-coast gigs, miss 23 will be ready to bring
    you back to Earth for a middle of the night soul session featuring her
    combination of tribal-deep-n'funky house mixed with nu-jazz breaks.
    Sophisticated selections mixed with an old school touch are exactly what has
    earned her several weekly residencies up in Portland as well as numerous
    bookings around New England (and beyond). - "House will never die"
    1:00-2:00AM
    SMAD (Lost Angelz, MA)
    Coming through the ranks and building a solid western MA following for his
    smooth layerings and now becoming known for his co-production work with Dj
    Weez this techy, funky, groovy genius is gonna take you there... 3:30-4:30AM
    GOODFELLA (Mars Graf-x, Liquid Fire Productions, Brainstorm Communications,
    NY)
    With his signature style of pounding underground tech, this DJ is gaining
    popularity among party goers from Syracuse to Long Island. Get ready to
    move. . .10:00-11:00PM
    HECHU (www.onesickzoo.com, NY)
    DJ Hechu has been throwing and playing at massives since 1997. With the
    launch of www.nyctechno.com and a series of smaller inner city club raves,
    you can be sure that his ripped hard ghetto styled hard house and techno
    will keep you pumped. 12:00-1:00AM
    MARK MARTINI (Dubcoast Music/Source of Gravity UK)
    This guy is steadily climbing on the production front, having put
    out a top charting release on Source of Gravity records in early 2002 and
    working on new material that is planned for end of the year release. His
    most recent mix entitled "Chasing the Tower," which is available on his
    website dubcoast.com has received enough downloads to shut down three web
    servers already, and has been proclaimed to "show that Progressive isn't
    dead." 11:00-12:00AM
    DL (IMAGINE! Productions, CT)
    Meteroized turntablism & nasty pattern scratching all backed up by the most
    explosive break beats, are just a few ingredients served up by DL.
    Definately one of IMAGINE!'s most gifted talents! 9:00-10:00PM
    FULLEST (Suburban Groove, MA)
    Another prime example of NE talent will drop ill techno on this night. Get a
    copy of his newest cd "One Night" as he will be dropping the free giveaways.
    4:30-5:30AM
    Production:
    Visuals: Tranz TV
    Lasers: True
    INFOLINE: 203-287-8398
    website: www.columnsofknowledge.com
    email: [email protected] Get on our mailing list today!
    VENUE: ASYLUM 1592 Main St Springfield, MA
    ID is a must!
    Promoters must call by 12/5/02 for comps!
    $27 advance, $33 door
    TICKET OUTLETS:
    ONLINE:
    www.spinfoil.com
    www.spiritualemporium.com
    www.joyrydestudios.com
    CT:
    Spiritual Emporium 860-524-9719
    Music Exchange 860-346-8065
    MA:
    Satellite 617-536-5482
    Growroom 413-549-9296
    4-Front 617-236-0335
    NH/ME:
    any and all Bullmoose Outlets bullmoose.com
    RI:
    Luna Sea 401-272-5862
    VT:
    Joyrydestudios.com 802-863-9166
    NY:
    Satellite 212-995-1744
    Ego 518-434-4131
    Altar 518-690-2816
    WATCH FOR THE FIRST RELEASES COMING in 2003 from COLUMNS OF KNOWLEDGE
    RECORDINGS!
     

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    looks like an ok lineup, but spacegirl won't show, as usual.
    and this is gonna end up gettin closed til nov 7th, READ THE GUIDELINES!
     

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    What kind of gross generalization is that? Space Girl showed for the last time she was booked @ Asylum on June 29th for True Dat and the first time I booked her back in 1999 she was there as well. Whatever
     

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    Definitely check out the guidelines; this isn't the first time you've violated them.
    Closed until November.
     

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    *points and drools*
    jsmooth... uhhhhhuhuhuuhuh..huhuhuh..
    count me in
     

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    Thanks Toprocka! Great to have your support. Anybody with any ?s on this show hit me up [email protected] tickets are NOW on sale at all outlets fyi. Best wishes, Knowledge
     

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    I'm gonna pass on this one. I would go, but I keep saying I'm gonna start saving $ and never do, and money-wise/talent-wise/getting-outta-work-wise I would rather go to Tru Luv 4 instead.
    I am, however, open to all AP suggestions. I'll still hit that up.
    Peace ~Katie
     

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    Rumor has it, DJ Knowledge took a shit in his santa suit while he was spinning during last years Happy Holidays
     

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    I certainly did not u focka! This Santa suit is fuckin clean guy jesus!!!
     

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    ^That's not what Paul Oakenfold said.
    He told me he saw it.
     

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    He was trying to cover up his own case of explosive runs by causing a distraction! Get the facts straight! He is always shitting up my parties. Make it stop!
     

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    Mm, love for Rubix Qube.. he rocks, and he'll have you dancin :]
     

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    i love a sense of humour...
     

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    I'll go as long as there's no feces action like last year!!!
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    WTF you shortened your name... um okay there shawnzo.
    Haaaave fun guys.
     

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    I'll definately be there... I'm interested in seeing some live performances...Hopefully it won't snow like last year...took me 3 hours to get home when it normally takes 30 minutes...
     

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    [quote]Originally posted by DJKnowledge:
    Anybody with any ?s...hit me up [email protected]
    Do me a favor and stop emailing me. I've tried taking my name off your list several times but I keep receiving things. Thanks.
     

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    [quote] originally posted by xtcvitaliy:Hopefully it won't snow like last year...took me 3 hours to get home when it normally takes 30 minutes...
    That is the whole reason i missed last year my ride almost crashed so many times, she just couldn't handle the drive, so we all ended up just staying put for the night.
     

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    I had a BLAST last yr. But, alas, I won't be making it this year. Hope those who go have fun. H Foundation!! Empress!! J Smooth!! Breaka Dawn!! (only cuz she is HOT )
     

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    If you want to be removed from my mailing list email me privately at [email protected] and I will gladly take you off. I am not sure what your email addy is therefore I don't know how to remove it but once I do I will remove you within 24 hrs guaranteed.
    And Jamal u r blowin me off man!!!?? OMG I am sooooo disssed lol.
    And yea everyone pray for good weather this time. Last year was fun but very messy
     

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    Last year was one of, if not the, best time I've ever had at Asylum...minus the ride of course, but I won't miss this years no matter what. Screw the weather!
     

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    Ooooh La La. Katie's a strictly NYC partier nowadays. Too good for JSmooth are ya Katie?
    I'm with Jamal and xtcvitality in saying that last year's Happy Holidays was nuts. Far and away the most fun I've ever had at the Asylum... hell, probably most fun I've had at any party with the exception of Wish Upon a Star and the Boo 7 Festivities. I'll be there, and I'm confident that by December, Jamal will be too.
    Oh, and just to let everyone know.. Following Empress's set, I will be doing her in the VIP room. Tickets are $20 a pop to witness this event.
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    [quote]Originally posted by DJKnowledge:
    And Jamal u r blowin me off man!!!?? OMG I am sooooo disssed lol.
    Chris, nuthin against you at all. Gimme a comp for just being me and that has nothing to do with Volume and I will be there. haha.
    David, I highly doubt i will be changing my mind, EVEN THOUGH I reallllllly wanna see H Foundation.
     

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    I cant wait for this party. Last year at Happy Holidays it was my first time ever at the asylum.. That is still to date my favorite party next to skool'd. I will def be there again this year...
    Also hoping or good weather!! They didnt plow the roads until way after 6 am last year.
     

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    oh yes i love spacegirl...i saw her last new years in virginia and it was great....but is this true that she won't show?
     

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