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If you hear this guy, it's time to go home

Posted by Meredith Goldstein March 28, 2007 03:44 PM


Got some feedback about last dances.

One reader emailed to say that a good last dance for Boston would be Warren Zevon's "Lawyers, Guns and Money'”

DJ NRG, who spins at Suite, Embassy, and Pure, said he ends his club nights with a remix of Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without You,” Ne-Yo’s “Because of You,” or T.I.’s “What You Know."

Charles Levine, of Soul Clap, sent us his belated list, which includes: “Good Life” by Inner City, “Human Nature” by Michael Jackson, and “Nite and Day” by Al B. Sure.

DJ Nomadik, who spins at the Milky Way Lounge and Lanes and Harpers Ferry, ends with David Bowie’s “Fame” and Michael McDonald’s “I Keep Forgettin'.”

Nothing ends a night of fun like Michael McDonald.

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