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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: ColaTesla
My knowledge of the UK Rave scene in the 90s is limited to stuff like this.
I was a rock drummer at the time so wasn't really into Rave although I did partake in the culture that surounded it ... Ahem , if you know what I mean.
yes we did... The rave scene was huge in California, Chicago, NYC in the 90's. Growing up in CA, we had a massive underground rave culture, synthesizing the hippy and electronic sub cultures. I was going to all manners of warehouse, beach, and forest parties in the late 90's in San Francisco.
originally posted by: ColaTesla
Ok, this thread is only going to ring bells with people from the UK here, I dont think USA had a rave scene in the 90's? This song was Huge in the underground rave scene in the early 90's
Anyway, I found an old track recently after 20 + years of never knowing what it was called and more or less forgetting about it, It's called "the master plan by dyewitness, It was MASSIVE in the 90's and all but forgot about nowadays, I was 13 when i first heard it, but there was no internet and underground rave music was never mentioned in the UK top 40 charts so i never knew what it was called until recently when i stumbled across it and did some research.
The words are " when we were growing up we were taught to believe that everyone was created equal in the masterplan"
Still rings true today me thinks?
On further research, And something people who recognise this song might not know, The lyrics were sampled from a song called LEE AARON - Barely Holdin' On" which was produced in 1985!
Who would of thought they were talking about the "masterplan" in 1985?
Again, This post wont appeal to everyone, But for those that know, They know