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It could have been so different. Back in 1988, Weatherall and Paul Oakenfold were at the cutting edge, dancing like loons in fields to Italian piano riffs and speeded-up Soul II Soul beats. Paths diverged, and now Oakenfold whores himself out to any mug stupid enough to pay

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