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Best Years for UK Bounce House / Donk / Scouse House?

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Best Years for UK Bounce House / Donk / Scouse House?

2006 - Prior
6
86%
2006 - 2009
0
No votes
2010 - 2014
1
14%
2015 - 2020
0
No votes
2021 - ?
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 7

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Best Years for UK Bounce House / Donk / Scouse House?

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Poll & rant.
UK Bounce forever.
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Re: Best Years for UK Bounce House / Donk / Scouse House?

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Cant believe this isnt on there

BEFORE 2006
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Peatsbeats wrote: Sun Jan 31, 2021 6:42 pm Cant believe this isnt on there

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ukbouncehouse wrote: Sun Jan 31, 2021 7:19 pm
Peatsbeats wrote: Sun Jan 31, 2021 6:42 pm Cant believe this isnt on there

BEFORE 2006
done
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THAT'S WHEN IT ALL BEGAN
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Re: Best Years for UK Bounce House / Donk / Scouse House?

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2001 - 2006/7 I’d say was the best years.. bcd dinky boss just to name a few labels anything after was mainly commercial chart remixes or remixes of classic scouse house tunes that where in no where near as good as the originals. Seems to be a few good tunes being produced lately tho
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