"No Words Can Explain"

Walked into Bell Center Stadium (located in Montreal) at about 12:15. Had VIP bands, but decided to wait with a bunch of friends who didn't. The line was moving quick, but the pat down tooook forever - no biggie as we can hear the bass and reverb from a distance. The stadium and organization was clean and smooth as hell. They were running a pretty tight shop from the looks of it. Walked into the main stadium and Desyn Masiello was tearing that motherfucker up!!! Best set of the night, too bad he had to play early as hell. Music was funky chunky monkey housey!!! Dance floor was at 75% capacity. At about 1:30 Diggers rolled on. He opened with some techy stuff, which I love to play and listen to, but for a 10,000 plus crowd you really need to be ramming that shit! It took him about an hour to find a good groove then went with it. At about 4:00 Sander came on and kicked up a notch with a little tribal - trancy breakdown type stuff, but deff. driving stuff." />
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Cream @ Montreal, Canada
by Mike Haddad: 09-04-2004


"No Words Can Explain"

Walked into Bell Center Stadium (located in Montreal) at about 12:15. Had VIP bands, but decided to wait with a bunch of friends who didn't. The line was moving quick, but the pat down tooook forever - no biggie as we can hear the bass and reverb from a distance. The stadium and organization was clean and smooth as hell. They were running a pretty tight shop from the looks of it. Walked into the main stadium and Desyn Masiello was tearing that motherfucker up!!! Best set of the night, too bad he had to play early as hell. Music was funky chunky monkey housey!!! Dance floor was at 75% capacity. At about 1:30 Diggers rolled on. He opened with some techy stuff, which I love to play and listen to, but for a 10,000 plus crowd you really need to be ramming that shit! It took him about an hour to find a good groove then went with it. At about 4:00 Sander came on and kicked up a notch with a little tribal - trancy breakdown type stuff, but deff. driving stuff.

At one point Firballs started shooting towards the ceiling of the stadium, which lit up the whole place and provided a split second of heat (this happened through out the night). Sander managed to drop Dr.Kucho's! track "Forbidden Planet", which rocked that fucking place! Ferry Corsten took over at 6:00, the first hour of his set was really good - he was playing rock remixes and big room progressive shit that just kicked that party up a notch, but then the last hour he started trancing it up, which kept the party going, but turned a bunch of us off. Don't get me wrong, some of that stuff is good, but then it got to 1998ish. Ferry closed out with an old track that he did a couple years back, good memories, but didn't expect his set to end that way especially with Deep Dish winding down the last part of the record before they brought the first track in at around 8:15 . They started out with a good Proggy Tech track then brought in the David Guetta remix of Flash Dance, which woke the party up! Great Fucking Remix BTW! The rest of the night was fucking awesome!

The fireballs, The gigantic LCD Screens, The Respectable and Trendy Canadians, and MUSIC made the party unforgettable and unlike any other party! This party wasn't a "RAVE", and I don't think they label it as that. The BATHROOMS were clean the whole fucking night!!!

Can't wait till next time - Teeza will be joining me!

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