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Damn, it feels good to be a DJ

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Doritos, a 64-ounce drink, a shoulder massage and a fan keeping you cool, all handled by some incredibly lovely ladies -- really, does it get any better than that? Probably not. Witness Denver house DJ and man about town Uriah West, photographed at Vinyl. Clearly, being a DJ has it's perks.

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