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Shelley's Lazerdome in Stoke Live Club Nights DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1991)

Shelley's Lazerdome in Stoke Live Club Nights DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1991)

Shelley's Lazerdome in Stoke Live Club Nights DJ-Sets Compilation (1990 - 1991)

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Shelley's Lazerdome - Stoke (1990 - 1991)
Live Old Skool Club Nights DJ Sets Compilation

23 Live DJ-Sets + 29 Hours of Music

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We have put together this Quality Collection of Old Skool Rave & Hardcore DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ Sets from one of the original Rave & Hardcore DJ's all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 

 

Compilation Listing

 

AMNESIA HOUSE - SHELLEY'S LASERDOME IN STOKE (1991)

DJ Luke - Live @ Amnesia House - Shelley's (1991) - 30 Mins
Micky Finn - Live @ Amnesia House - Shelley's (1991) - 45 Mins
Stu Allen - Live @ Amnesia House - Shelley's (1991) - 1 Hour
The Prodigy - Live @ Amnesia House - Shelley's (1991) - 30 Mins
Top Buzz - Live @ Amnesia House - Shelley's (1991) - 90 Mins

Sasha - Live @ Delight, Shelley's Laserdome (Aug 1990) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (04.02.91) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (28.01.90) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (28.12.90) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (Nov 1990) - 75 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (1990) - 75 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome (19.11.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Ralph - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome (17.05.91) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (05.04.91) - 45 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (15.02.91) - 1 Hour
Stu Allen - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke (1991) - 1 Hour

SHELLEYS LASERDOME NYE SPECIAL IN STOKE (31.12.90)

Sasha & Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's (31.12.90) - 2 Hours

Dave Seaman - Live @ Children In Need 'Night'' (18.03.92) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Delight, Shelley's (15.11.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome (02.02.92) - 45 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's Laserdome (17.05.91) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Last Ever Shelley's Laserdome (24.05.91) - 90 Mins

Sasha & Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's (31.12.90) - 2 Hours

Dave Seaman - Live @ Children In Need 'Night' (18.03.92) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Delight, Shelley's (15.11.91) - 90 Mins
Dave Seaman - Live @ Shelley's (02.02.92) - 45 Mins
Dave Seaman & Dave Ralph - Live @ Shelley's (17.05.91) - 90 Mins
Sasha - Live @ Last Ever Shelley's (24.05.91) - 90 Mins



Club Profile

 

Shelleys Laserdome - History

 

During 1991 dance music had a new name and a new club to talk about.  Shelley's Laserdome in Stoke on Trent.

In 1989 Stoke dance main night was  in small small back room at the Longton Leisurebowl called 'Introspective', it pioneered dance music in the town which would later lead to Shelleys and Entropy.  
 
Initially these events were mainly filled with loyal locals.

Introspective ran for about a year but closed at the end of 1990. Its demise hastened by competition from a week dance night around the corner on Edensor Road in Longton.

In 1990 Logical Promotions from Birmingham began to stage weekly dance nights at Shelleys. These were known as the 'Sindrome' and were held on Saturday nights between July 1990 and February 1991.  The nights turned Shelleys from a typical town night club filled with people pissed up and looking for a fight into a respected dance club, that attracted people from as far a field as Manchester,  attracted by word of mouth and positive press coverage.

Resident DJs like Neil Macey,  Steve Warner,  Shock C and Unknown DJ built their reputations at the night and were soon playing clubs and events throughout the country including the Fantazia New Year 92 event.

By August of 1990 seeing the popularity of Saturday nights a promoter from Manchester took on running Friday nights at Shelleys Laserdome.  These were called  'Delight'.  They started off well, but it was not until a then little known DJ called Sasha took up residency that they became a weekly sell out.   Sasha rocked the crowds and they flocked to see him from all over the country giving Shelleys much more publicity.

Sasha residency which had started in September 1990 ended on the 27th May 1991 when he got disillusioned with the clubs rise to the main stream,  this prevented him from playing experimental tunes.   His final set was at the clubs first birthday celebrations.

The Sindrome and Delight nights ran side by side for just over 6 months. The Sindrome nights stopped in early 1991 but the Delight nights continued, even with the absence of  Sasha.

June 1991 - After Sasha's departure the promoters decided to injuct new life into the club with a change of the names. It became called the "Tooty Frootie" club under Useless Promotions with residents DJs Dave Seaman and DJ Ralphy.

These continued the clubs popularity and big names DJs like Laurent Garnier and Frankie Knuckles made guest appearances.

Amnesia House at Shelleys - February 1991

In February 1991 Stokes DJ  Daz Willot rave promoters Amnesia House to do Saturday night with him as resident. The opening night featured an impressive line up including Grooverider, Stu Allen, Doc Scott and a live PA from massive rave star N-Joi.   The night sold out well in advance and people queued in there hundreds to try to get in on the door. The excitement generated was filmed by local TV News stations and this extra promotions saw Shelleys become the biggest hardcore night in the Midlands.  

Amnesia House at Shelley's continued until October 1992 and was the longest running night at the laserdome. The residency came to an end when the Laserdome's management lost their on going battles with the local authorities and the police and their license was revoked and the club opened for the last time on the Saturday 31st October 1992. The final guest DJ was Mickey Finn.

A few months later Shelleys was demolished under the Stoke On Trent regeneration scheme and was replaced with a Lidl..........

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