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Driving to a land of convicts to listen to a man with a moustache

Written by: 1 December 2008 14 Comments

Decemeber 6th sees the 2nd officially sanctioned BMP roadtrip, this time crossing the tasman to see Luciano play on a boat in Sydney harbour.

Seeing as the first Dixon roadtrip with the now infamous kermit-mobile went so well, the early signs are all participants are holding grand hopes of a most excellent adventure.

The boat is due to leave 11am sharp with Greg Wilson playing a 4 hour opening set, followed by a 4 hour stint from Luciano. Great work by PulseFM for managing to tee up such a great lineup and a pretty pimped out location…….


  • websta said:

    oh i didn’t realize it was a Wilson warm up thingee!!
    are we on the boat fer 8hrs+ ?


    hopefully we can manage a few decent stories without the help of Benny

  • The Ninja said:

    well I’m taking a stab that he’ll be playing first……..its the two of them and they are both penciled in for 4 hour sets

  • Bob said:

    sea legs on chaps

    we’re driving to mexico!

  • Benny said:

    I hate you all

    Been listening to Greg Wilson this week too (cheers Ninja I think for that one).

  • The Ninja said:

    I will make sure to pour two drinks overboard for our missing brothers……

  • bob daktari said:

    oh dear god I am going overboard

  • Mick said:

    don’t be soft Ninja. Drink two extra for us. 🙂

  • Bob said:

    good times

    review coming if and when my head lands

  • websta said:

    fucking ouch……

  • The Ninja said:


  • Mick said:

    make me jealous! come on!!

  • The Ninja said:

    I am still attempting to piece things together…….this could take awhile

  • Mick said:

    tell it to the hand sista

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