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    Agreeing with Skint on a Tuesday night, but I also enjoy a Thursday night at Underground/Wednesday at Fat Sams (good if you don't take it too seriously).
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    Ewww Fatties - just kidding - I had a very - very - drunken 18th Birthday in Fatties.

    Underground on a Sunday is good but that's the only day I've been, small enough that it can be busy on a quiet day.
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    What about some Rock/MEtal/Punk/accoustic nights?
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    I'm guessing that's outside the scope of this research piece - he just wants the busiest nights.
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    Tuesday (Beer pong in Slains)

    Then again, I'm not a fan of clubs.
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    The fact they are busiest doesn't meant they are good. Skint is only good if you are drunk so bad that you don't care what is going on around you, same with Underground and Fattys. The only good night at Fat Sams was the Halloween night.

    I would strongly recommend Reading Rooms - definitely the best place to go if you are into electronic music, last year they've brought Foreign Beggars and Utah Saints there just to name a few

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