Monday, March 28, 2011

Been inactive for a while

Its over a month since my last post, and thats not acceptable. I have been very inactive for a while and blogger has been hiding from my toughs, shame on me. I will be active from now on and promise to at least come with a blog entry every 2 day. 

Tomorrow I will post something you would like, and in meantime: 


44 comments:

  1. Love the video man! Awesome stuff thanks for sharing!

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  2. I'm a hipster and dubstep is becoming too mainstream
    Oh well it might as well have started to be mainstream the moment I touched it though :D

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  3. that was pretty cool
    and it's spelled "thought" :)

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  4. Like Twitter said: fuck praying for Japan, donate money instead.

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  5. @Sean: I would, if I knew that my money went to Japan.

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  6. Good to see you are finally back, can't wait to see what else you have to post

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  7. cool song, but remember dollars work better than prayers!

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  8. nice track bit different to what UKF usually posts

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  9. look forward to your new stuff.

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  10. Really interesting, gotta love that dub

    How to Hack Life.

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  11. Nice, dub to the step, step to the dub

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  12. Blogging is like an addiction. You'll be back with the rest of us junkies.

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  13. I forgive you :-)

    Look forward to your posts

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  14. My kind of music , and welcome back

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  15. welcome back! looking forward to future posts

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  16. nice chill-out morning music, enjoying this one a lot

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  17. great!eagerly waiting for new posts!

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  18. I like this song. It's good thing to think about Japan.

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  19. its always good to have an good ol'blooder back
    waiting for more brother ;)

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  20. I love dubstep keep up the good work.

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  21. Dubstep should be used to cheer up the situation in Japan.

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  22. What a great video. Pray for Japan.

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