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    Quote Originally Posted by ppentertainments View Post
    Inappropriate music for weddings - I try and avoid any explicit material.
    Even if it is accepted by wedding guests, I bear in mind the venue I am working in, any guests staying that are not part of the wedding and even that one guest who may find it offensive.

    One query - in Paris must be one of my most requested songs, I try to avoid playing. Would you play it or not ?
    Haven't had it requested recently myself, I've played it once, for eighteen year olds. Don't ever see me playing it at a wedding. However, at Wednesday's wedding, a Tenacious D track was requested, the one with Gently in the title. I declined to play it. ( Even though I've a strong suspicion it would have gone down a storm. Tribute certainly did.
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    I've played her gently as the last song at 2 weddings and it went down brilliantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppentertainments View Post
    Inappropriate music for weddings - I try and avoid any explicit material.
    Even if it is accepted by wedding guests, I bear in mind the venue I am working in, any guests staying that are not part of the wedding and even that one guest who may find it offensive.

    One query - in Paris must be one of my most requested songs, I try to avoid playing. Would you play it or not?
    Played it (the clean/censored version) at the last two weddings. Not because it was requested, just because I thought it'd go down well with the crowd (and it did).

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    Gary, Julian, you surprise me. I would never have countenanced playing it. Perhaps time to reconsider my stance, who knows?

    ( Added to which, I didn't know there was a clean/censored version. ) Linky?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur View Post
    ( Added to which, I didn't know there was a clean/censored version. ) Linky?
    Me either

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    Neither did I. I've always played the X rated version that I have had for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakermaker Promotions View Post
    Neither did I. I've always played the X rated version that I have had for years.
    You pottymouth!
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    Talking of explicit music, if you've got George Michael's Fast Love, I'm 99% sure your version has swearing in it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rth_discos View Post
    Talking of explicit music, if you've got George Michael's Fast Love, I'm 99% sure your version has swearing in it...
    There is a version on a Now album, so that stands a good chance of being clean. It's not guaranteed though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur View Post
    ( Added to which, I didn't know there was a clean/censored version. ) Linky?
    I like music has a "Radio edit" and a "Clean amended version" (their words not mine!)

    Talking of music that would usually be considered inappropriate for a wedding, how about Dutch Trance party dances?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFEDBewcfks

    Groom was Dutch and this led into a storming Trance set (Zombie nation, Sandstorm, Robert Miles, etc). I forgot to play Scooter though

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