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    Raves = fun as shit. Take some speed if you're just there to dance, but pills are more fun because you get absolutely blitzed.

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    Default Re: ravers an house music(whatever that means)

    Quote Originally Posted by Triple B
    Raves=loud drumnbass/techno/hardcore in huge warehouses or smaller venues, pumping and uplifting vibes out of them 10000Watt speakersystems, the deepest subbasses, the dirtest noises, dancing beyond exhaustion, and not so much the stereotype of heavy drug use. (them pillheadz are the most irritating people on such party imo.)

    an addict since '98
    yo what u groove to ?

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    Worse ways to spend ur nights, then dancing till the sun comes up with a bunch of hot girls while I'm tripping balls.....heavily into the scene from like 95 to 2001 but I could only live to party for so long and the crackhouse statutes here in the states, at least in Austin, pretty much shut the whole scene down. Still check out the drum n bass DJ's that play in the clubs here but that's about it anymore. The vibes at a good party back in the day were incredible. I look back on those days fondly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekunique
    yo what u groove to ?
    Drumnbass

    grooving is a wrong word lol; better say BROCKOUT TO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Unseen
    Worse ways to spend ur nights, then dancing till the sun comes up with a bunch of hot girls while I'm tripping balls.....heavily into the scene from like 95 to 2001 but I could only live to party for so long and the crackhouse statutes here in the states, at least in Austin, pretty much shut the whole scene down. Still check out the drum n bass DJ's that play in the clubs here but that's about it anymore. The vibes at a good party back in the day were incredible. I look back on those days fondly.
    damn that's fucked up. The vibe in the belgian scene is ging strong for about 5 years now and every week there's big names coming over to make the massive rinse out Glad I live in Belgium, we can virtually do anything when it comes to raves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple B
    damn that's fucked up. The vibe in the belgian scene is ging strong for about 5 years now
    I'd say more like 15 years than 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krimewave
    I'd say more like 15 years than 5.
    idd, but the belgian scene really got a decent following in drumnbass after the year 2000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple B
    Drumnbass

    grooving is a wrong word lol; better say BROCKOUT TO
    no doubt, i got mad respects for drum & bass.. i said groove to cuz im a house head myself.. i work for system recordings, which our main artist is Dieselboy.. pretty dope d&b artist from the states.. hit me up and i'll hit you with some promos..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple B
    idd, but the belgian scene really got a decent following in drumnbass after the year 2000.
    sorry, I was talking about rave music in general.
    Belgium was one of the pioneering countries in this, back in the early 90s.
    artists like Frank De Wulf and CJ Bolland and the legendary R&S Records put a harder, ravier edge on Detroit Techno and New York House to create what was then called New Beat, one of the earliest forms of European Techno.

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    raves are fuckin gay... buncha high school kids dancin around in a sweaty ass gym somewhere.. dressed like clowns with fuckin plastic jewelry and hammer pants n shit....yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingShyt
    raves are fuckin gay... buncha high school kids dancin around in a sweaty ass gym somewhere.. dressed like clowns with fuckin plastic jewelry and hammer pants n shit....yay!
    ROFLMAO


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