Club ‘Pagode’ used to be a dirty derelict hangout joint for youngsters in a fancy town near Antwerp. In 1993 DJ. Franzie became an iconic resident at this place. His music-sets contained tons of styles, ranging from random Party Pop and Classic Rock up to Alternative Indie tunes, over Metal, Punk and Rap to even a few Disco and House vibes. Eventually he succeeded to create a remarkable lively mixed-up atmosphere, which was quite uncommon in those days. His dabbling mixing-style also gained some negative comments once in a while: especially when he used to cut off the songs quite quickly. In 2013 some old and aged cassette-tapes were discovered, mixed live at those fabulous nights between 1995 and 2001 - as featured overhere! Thanks to some modern software and a little bit of remastering you can relive those legendary Pagode-days today.