The Spin Doktor is IN the house.
"We grew up in the kampong. There were six kids in my family. When I was 13, my father said he couldn’t afford to send us all to school. He said ‘So if you want to go to school, you must come help me in the cinema.’ My father worked in the Cinema. So my first brother’s job was to tear the ticket when people went in. My second brother worked the projector. Then he put me in front of two record players and said, ‘your job is to spin.’ So for half an hour before the show started, my job was to play music - to be DJ. Then he would give me my pocket money.
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