You make me feel REALLY old:blah: I remember turning away from the rave scene due to happy hardcore becoming all too common. I started out listening to Kiss FM when it was an illegal rave station back in about 87, thats when it was Acid house and breaks bass and bleeps:headbang2 We used to have to walk to an industrial estate and rest the aerial on the metal railings as that was the only way of getting a reception:lol:
Happy hardcore was never for me but atleast there was no fighting like in the Jungle scene. I still settle for a good Trance mix but i have no idea what the tracks are called.
he's old and grumpy and sat in the corner with his barr's iron brew when everyone else was having a good time :crackup::crackup:......
i remember all the tunes and liked all house,acid,happy hardcore...also the tunes they used to mix into rave songs with a slower song used to be mint....i still smile when i dig the old cds out and have a maf half hour:headbang2:headbang2:headbang2:smthumbup
im only young 21 :lol: and have been going to raves since i was 16! its all changed the last couple of years and really is full of chav's. along with the dj's wanted to make more money so the have turned it more cheesey. and making it for the even younger including putting on the under 18's nights!
ive always listened to old skool to, (hardcore back around 90-96). infact i only go to oldskool nights now! the night is alot better, people are alot nicer and its full of decent music...
best place for buying the music is markets tbh, if you want all the top tunes played by all the top dj's by copyed cd packs from back then! dreamscape, helterskelter ect (reason i say this is because these where only made on tape. copyed ones have been put onto cd's)
or as said buy the old bonkers, there going for cheap in the cd stores!
if you just want a quick listen of the best tunes... youtube! type in any song and your very likey to find it :smthumbup