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little one

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Fursuit dance discussion
« on: 06.01.2007, 00:33:31 »

YAY *start to dances about* i like both types ^^
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Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #1 on: 06.01.2007, 01:01:08 »

Actually I would like to here some rock too as for I'm a fan of Queen. They made great musik. And isn't it a "Kind of Magic" that there are "animals" dancing to the music?  ::)
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KennoFox

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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #2 on: 07.01.2007, 02:24:55 »

if they can play Metallica, megadeth, Motley crue or Skid Row i will love them for every


Or this band who are amazing ^^
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4MiC67seUY
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Pinky

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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #3 on: 07.01.2007, 19:41:16 »

I second Queen, Metallica and Megadeth!!!!!!!
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little one

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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #4 on: 07.01.2007, 20:57:45 »

me 2 YAY and maybe some MCR
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #5 on: 13.01.2007, 18:11:30 »

*sighs and rambles about the good old days*

Where has all the dancable 80s and disco music gone ?

*Feels old now*
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #6 on: 13.01.2007, 21:31:45 »

*sighs and rambles about the good old days*

Where has all the dancable 80s and disco music gone ?

*Feels old now*

Scissor Sisters! 80's cheesiness brought to you today!

But seriously, yes, if there could be some 80's/early 90's disco tunes arranged, there would be much appreciation from this spottykat. =^|.|^=
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #7 on: 14.01.2007, 00:20:25 »

Yay for 90's cheese, spent most of christmas and new year dancing to the stuff :D

Big fan of eurodance as well :)
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #8 on: 14.01.2007, 02:14:59 »

I hadn't noticed, Swolf :P

Just spent most of today listening to some of your Eurodance mixes, very nicely done ^.^
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #9 on: 15.01.2007, 04:53:03 »

As Cheetah already mentioned, some things went wrong at the fursuit dance, which resulted in a dance that was a little different from what was planned. Sorry for that, folks!

About the rock music: To make up for the problems, I did a fursuit friendly dance on Saturday which included rock music from Queen, Guano Apes and the like, as well as "easy" rock music from Simple Minds (She's a River) or Spin Doctors (Two princes). There also was general dance music and 80's pop. My plans are to keep this up, and since the shouts for rock music are getting louder, I'm planning to play some more of that, too. But please understand that I have to keep the music rather mainstream, which means I can't play heavy metal or things like that. I hope you'll like the set anyway.

About CD's you're bringing to the convention, as well as wishes for songs:

Please understand that as a DJ, you don't just play records. You usually try to play tunes in a certain order, to create a flow or a transition from one sheme, genre or mood into another. When people ask me to play a certain song I try to fit it in, but it doesn't always work because sometimes, I don't have the song, other times, the song will just not fit into the type of music I'm currently playing. I also don't have the time to pre-listen to tracks you'll hand me at the dance, and I can't play any songs I haven't heard before. You can always send me some tracks before the convention, but I cannot guarantee that I'll be able to play them.
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #10 on: 15.01.2007, 10:27:41 »

That sound like a very good mixture. I'm looking forward to hear it and maybe dance to it.
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #11 on: 15.01.2007, 13:39:38 »

*mumbles something about old electro*
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #12 on: 15.01.2007, 16:53:59 »

To be honest, most of what I've heard being played during the dance is not what I usually listen to.
But you know what, I kinda liked it, I suppose it suited the occasion; good job. ;)
I was in such a good mood, hell you could've played some music from Ivor Biggun and I still would've liked it. :D
« Last Edit: 15.01.2007, 17:12:42 by K9Primate »
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KennoFox

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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #13 on: 16.01.2007, 13:25:48 »

would it be possible if i brought a demo with me of my own material. There is no swearing or discriminating material within the tune
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Re: Fursuit dance discussion
« Reply #14 on: 24.01.2007, 02:09:50 »

Will there be a fursuit headless lounge available, with fans to help kool off from dancing hard and near the dance area?
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