There’s a famous, oft-repeated story about George Best in which a bellboy delivers champagne to the late football great’s hotel room, only to stumble upon Best entertaining the reigning Miss World, surrounded by £20,000 in casino winnings. Confronted with this evocative scene, the bellboy utters the immortal line: So George, where did it all go wrong?
Fast forward 35 years, and the dance music business, like Best, had never had it so good, but not everyone was entirely satisfied with ...
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