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Farewell BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Pearce. It's the end of an era at BBC Radio 1 with the departure of "Dangerous" Dave Pearce after 13 years at the station. Were you a member of the Dance Anthems Crew.
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I wasn't. Indeed, just looking at this footage of Pearce in action at Liquid Stevenage - I'm guessing it's some kind of discotheque - is enough to give me a headache. Can you see the chap leaning on the bar wondering what time the last bus goes? That's me. Still, Pearce has built up quite a loyal following in his time - if the expression on the faces of these chaps is anything to go by - first at London dance station Kiss, then the BBC's GLR and since 1995 pumping out the dance tunes on Radio 1.
I'm not entirely impervious to the attractions of the Radio 1 DJ's record collection - this is more my kind of thing - and I remember when he visited Great Yarmouth for a Radio 1 roadshow a decade ago a female colleague of mine declared him "quite good looking, actually". I was insanely jealous. Anyway, along with his Radio 1 stuff Pearce also appeared on TV shows on BBC2 and ITV and shifted a whole load of dance compilation albums. Maybe they should release a tribute one to coincide with his departure from the nation's former favourite station. But you haven't heard the last of the big man and his trademark baseball cap.
Oh no. He's joining Neil Fox on Magic. No, of course he isn't, but he has some exciting new radio projects in the pipeline, he says. But will they be as exciting as this. We can rest assured that his exit from Radio 1 isn't an age thing. I don't know how old Dave is - do you? - but surely he doesn't have quite as many candles on his birthday cake as Tim Westwood. the 50-year-old platespinner whose show has been extended in the latest changes on the station.
Nice work, hard brother. As if all this wasn't making you feel old enough already, here's a run down of the sort of tunes played by the new faces on Radio 1.
There's Kissy Sell Out with a selection of "jump up rock n rave", Kutski's "hard dance and hardcore" offering, Heidi Van den Amstel's "techno" - I am aware of this, and of "electro mash up" with Jaymo and Andy George. Big up to Andy George, by the way, for getting where he is with a traditional but frankly dull sounding first name and surname combo. It didn't hurt Dave Pearce either. Your memories, please.