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Rave and drugs The new millennium is coming soon So there are many of special parties will appear at the end of the year All of the youth people are being busy to think what party they should attend and have the most fun on this special New Year Eve to greet the Y2K year 2000 In my mind a wordXrave pop up because it can have more than thousand of people dance in a place and create the festive atmosphere This is the reason why the rave culture will still go on to capture the attention of youth into the late 90s Rave All music Rave will dominate the peoples dance culture However it is more likely to relate with drugs Rave has attracted peoples attention since about a decade ago Raves were preliminary an English atmosphere during the late 80s and early 90s Rave 1999 Many people got together and have the rave party They are usually assigned to the some warehouses and open fields to open the party Rave 1999 Throughout the years many artists also followed the rave hit and made their music in the rave style Bands were affected by rave culture V especially the baggy bands which are the Stone Roses Happy Mondays and Charlatans Rave 1999 Rave can contribute people have more interested to dance Rave lighting is arranged by computer which are a single strobe light or a full-blown laser to create a good visual Dennis Barton 1999 The DJs are also acting the important component in the rave The DJs play the non-stopped onrush of music which can lead the crowd through the extremes of emotion Barton 1999 Raves are the good place where people go to dance Rave has the power to make people get together Rave culture is all about having fun getting together with like-minded people and dancing in any ways you want your ways Rave party can have as many as people
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