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It`s the final leg of the Wild Geese African DJ tour and Flashback`s intrepid dj duo are nursing a jungle sized hangover after a marathon 8hr set along the banks of the Zambeezi.
On the long, dusty bus journey back to Scrondonday Airport they are awoken by a chubby African youth playing a Smith and Hack mix-tape out of his mobile phone speaker. Having not previously slept for 5 days the Geese were not best pleased and challenged the youth to a duel. One thing led to another and before long the youth led them through a waterfall and into a crypt said to be haunted by the ghost of Ron Hardy.
"I am Badonday The Eternal" bellowed the youth as he pulled a dat from his pocket. Suddenly the cave filled with golden shards of light and began to fill with dry ice as the glowing tape was placed into a dat machine previously owned by David Attenborough in the 70`s. The Wild Geese looked on in amazement as the sound of disco-house made a comeback right there and then. Badonday then started screaming at the Geese to run back to the waterfall as the ghost of Ron Hardy entered the crypt with a giant pair of disco scissors. "Dudes, wait! Let me do an edit, man it needs an edit!" screamed Ron as a massive ball of stone came rolling into view. Badonday and the Geese ran towards the waterfall, just managing to roll under the descending crypt door before being crushed by the giant stone ball. Welling up, Badonday turned to the Wild Geese "You must take this back to New York and press it onto vinyl before someone else does! You are my only hope”.
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