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Rave Culture
An Insider's Overview
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Author(s) :
Jimi Fritz
Pages :
275
Pub Date :
1999
Edition(s) at Erowid :
1999(pb,1st ed.,fine)
Publisher :
Small Fry Press
ISBN :
0968572103
BACK COVER #
Based on hundreds of interviews with promoters, DJs and ravers, Rave Culture; an insider's overview, is a comprehensive guidebook to the rave phenomenon for ravers and non-ravers alike.

In the last ten years rave has grown from an underground subculture to an international cultural movement with a unified vision and a global sense of community.

Rave is not only responsible for producing the first new music in twenty years but represents a new sensibility in the areas of fashion, politics, business, sexuality and philosophy.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S) / EDITOR(S) #
Over the years Mr. Fritz has been a musician, world traveler, tree surgeon, street performer, producer, director, chef, chauffeur, writer, roofer, painter, entrepreneur, husband, father and lover. He lives in british columbia, Canada with his wife and two teenage sons.

The whole family raves regularly.