The only thing I take offence to in that photo is that dreadful lamp.
It seems the lamp is from the room Fairlight was showing in, and not a reflection of Deadmau5' decorating sensibilities...
I'm glad to see that kids these days are recognizing all the wonderful things that a Fairlight can offer. And there's no hardware sampler out there that can offer the user experience that a CMI 30A can offer.
That said, a Fairlight is not for everyone - they are large, a bit arcane, require one to learn what is pretty much a computer operating system that was designed in 1977. Not everyone is going to want to do that. But for those interested in such things, they are a lot of fun!
Fairlight IIx (Mid-Life Crisis - cheaper than a Corvette!)
Roland JP-8, D-50, S-50, S-550(2x), S-760(2x), JX-3P, JD-800
EII, Emax II, Minimoog, ARP 2600, P-5 Rev.1 (broken...), Pro-One, Crumar Performer, K1m, K5m, MS-2000B, Virus KC, a few other things.