The Party Machine with Nia Peeples (1991– )

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Janeen Damian ...
 Silhouette dancer (2 episodes, 1991)


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15 November 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I will admit the show wasn't that bad, but the show was at it's best when Nia Peeples left the show at the end of it's run and they brought in a new host, the Bruce Lindsay Party Machine. They then changed the name of the show to "The Bruce Lindsay Party Machine"

If you don't know Bruce Lindsay, he was an international Dance Machine. I think he was brought in to sell to overseas markets since he was so well known there. Bruce would always talk about how he would rave until dawn, he was ahead of his time, who raved back then, much less talked about it. The best part of the show was when he would dance with his dancers, "The Solid Pueter" dancers. My favorite solid pueter dancer was Chi-Chi. I still have dreams about her.

My personal favorite episode was when he used his trusting dance engines (that's what he called his hips) and a woman passed out on the dance floor cause she was out of control.

Overall, the show was ok with Nia, but the show was incredible when the Bruce Lindsay Party Machine took over. Years later I met the Bruce Lindsay Party Machine at a rave in London. He was perhaps one of the best dancers I have ever seen, plus a good guy to boot. The Solid Pueter dancers, including Chi-Chi, were still with him.

Long Live the "Bruce Lindsay Party Machine"

Rave on!!!!!!

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