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Reported by Trackitdown TID on June 14, 2006

“I suffer from amnesia. Do I come here often?” (Sunday Times)

 

FHM magazine’s number 1 chat-up line from their latest top 50.

 

“She’s very Kylie Minogue, light and airy. She’s not Whitney Houston or Mariah Carey, definitely a Kylie Minogue kind of vibe. People will be surprised.” (The Sun)

 

Paul Oakenfold gives his seal of approval to US billionaire porn starlet Paris Hilton.

 

“The word gay in addition to meaning homosexual or carefree, was often now used to mean lame or rubbish. This is a widespread current usage of the word amongst young people.” (Standard)

 

BBC Radio 1 governors exonerate Breakfast Show DJ Chris Moyles for criticising a mobile phone ring tone on air with the words ‘I don’t want that one, it’s gay’.

 

I’ve never practised a set in my life- never, not once. Occasionally you find a mix when you’re in a club and you go ‘Wow, that sounds good’ and I’ll do it a couple more times, if I can remember what it was, but that’s about as practised as my set gets.” (One Week To Live)

 

Tyrant DJ Lee Burridge admits he prefers the improvisational approach to building a set.

 

“You have to be groundbreaking and nonconformist to be successful. Unless there is rebellion, nothing new can grow- anything that is worthwhile has to keep moving.” (Sunday Times)

 

George Harrison/ Eric Clapton ex-wife/ music Patti Boyd’s meaning of success.

 

“Manipulation of the nipples/breasts causes or enhances sexual arousal in approximately 82% of young women and 52% of young men with only 7–8% reporting that it decreased their arousal.” (Journal of Sexual Medicine)

 

A new study on breast sensitivity shows that over 4 in 5 women like having their breasts touched during sex.

 

“If you want a longer night, going into the next day, you go to Panorama at Berghain. They have one big industrial floor that’s dark with lots of gays fucking. But it’s not easy to get in and you’re not allowed to take pictures.” (DJ Magazine)

 

BPitch boss Ellen Allien shares insider information for clubbing in Berlin.

 

“Last year, we set out to prove that bands could fit in with club culture rules. That meant waiting until the early hours to see a band. Now we don’t want to obey club culture rules, we want bands to lead the way. You’ll be able to hear a headlining band, outdoors, at a reasonable hour.” (Mixmag)

 

Andy Manumission promises the break Ibiza’s mould.

 

“Somewhere there's a 40-something guy driving around in his mid-life crisis Porsche with the top down playing this CD and trying to impress the cool club kids. Mr. Porsche is failing, and this time it's Paul's fault.” (San Francisco Gate)

 

US writer Ron Harris is unimpressed with Oakey’s new album A Lively Mind.

 

“Women cannot drive; women cannot go out after midday; women and men are not allowed to go out and walk together; they must walk separately.” (Sunday Times)

 

Al Qaida emir Abu Houzeifa issues new rules to women in Iraq.

 

Jonty Skrufff (JontySkrufff.com)