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We had an epic true underground scene in ca. Ca has had one of the foremost counter cultures globally going back to the 60's with the hippy culture. 90s the rave scene was as big as anything in Europe. We had all manners of pyschedelic scenes and insane stuff going on. I've partied across the world. California is as good as it gets. I live in NYC now.
originally posted by: Bspiracy
I did the rave seen in germany/europe from 90 -92..
These vidz and music are tame in comparison.
Hell.. Pamphlets were handed out at raves informing the attendees on how to use/party on X
THOSE were the days... Loong gone of course
it's hard to know a real underground scene if you weren't a part of it. The music is great, but it's an entire sub culture. And clubs and most techno now aren't what real raves were back in the day.
originally posted by: RAY1990
a reply to: ColaTesla
I was too young for the 90's rave scene unfortunately, I know it well though.
A good number of songs were old songs spiced up or songs with lyrics from movies, I still listen to the stuff.
for anyone who knows where the words from this song are from
Check out some of the early Helter Skelter tapes on youtube, Colleseum and Afterdark are good too
I used to go to a lot of quarry/abandoned ware house parties back in the mid-90's..
It’s been a long time, but Circle (formerly Special K) is back with another "It" party. Since the mid-’90s, unforgettable raves like "Bust It," "Do It," "Chocol-It" and the notorious "It" (held at the Valley Forge Convention Center) all helped to shape Philly’s electronic music scene with class and taste..