DJs and Punters

The flip-side of a DJ’s business card (found in a recent bulk buy of disco twelves):

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Lessons to be learnt:

  1. You get what you give.
  2. Nobody ever went broke under-estimating the lowest common demoninator.
  3. The high-tech disco revolution of the 1970s and 80s, all light panelled dance-floors. and strobe effects, took its time in infiltrating the North-west of England.
  4. It’s always been important to both spell your pop idol’s name correctly and to use punctuation to add a sense of urgency to your enquiry.
  5. You could then – and still now – set your watch by the appearance of some tracks in some DJs’ sets.
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