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lifted's RAVE THREAD (1992-2005) for those who know

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post 1992-2005 old skool, jungle, drum & bass, hardcore, garage, etc. but it has to be good and not shit plz x

 

can be individual tunes or full sets btw 

 

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1 minute ago, Izzy Muzzett said:

1992 Daz, does this count?

 

edited to include 1992 as there were some QUALITY tunes there too 

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Just now, Samilktray said:

Zomby’s ‘Where were U in 92’ is a fantastic tribute to the 90s rave scene 

 

zomby's finest work, indeed. absolutely. 

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1 minute ago, Strokes said:

What you sayin’?

 

mate, funnily enough me and my best mate rinsed the rap and hyper d tape from a hysteria 1996 pack - can't remember which hysteria it was.

 

we played it so much the tape snapped and we taped it back together and rinsed it until it broke again

 

rap 96 / 97 with hyper was up there with the best 

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two bonkers mixes that have some great memories attached to them 

 

2002

 

 

2003

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mike Oxlong said:

Do Altern8 qualify. 

 

Full blast in the old Cavalier SRI 

 

What a twat I looked 

 

yep! post up a tune. 

 

relive the memories, feel the rush :cool:

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1 minute ago, lifted*fox said:

 

yep! post up a tune. 

 

relive the memories, feel the rush :cool:

Maybe later when I’m taking refuge from the match thread lol 

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17 minutes ago, lifted*fox said:

 

mate, funnily enough me and my best mate rinsed the rap and hyper d tape from a hysteria 1996 pack - can't remember which hysteria it was.

 

we played it so much the tape snapped and we taped it back together and rinsed it until it broke again

 

rap 96 / 97 with hyper was up there with the best 

What an era that was with hyper. RIP man :cry:

 

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happy hardcore breakdowns from 2002/2003 era make me well up because I can literally close my eyes and be 17 again stood down the front of those massive slammin' vinyl raves absolutely ruined and just loving every moment. 

 

talking to my mates in the smoking area only to open my eyes and realise I've lost everyone and I'm talking to myself in the middle of the dancefloor 

 

seems like a life time ago now. 

 

my poor brain lol 

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1 hour ago, lifted*fox said:

happy hardcore breakdowns from 2002/2003 era make me well up because I can literally close my eyes and be 17 again stood down the front of those massive slammin' vinyl raves absolutely ruined and just loving every moment. 

 

talking to my mates in the smoking area only to open my eyes and realise I've lost everyone and I'm talking to myself in the middle of the dancefloor 

 

seems like a life time ago now. 

 

my poor brain lol 

lol

Yeah I think we all did that a few times. I used to go helta skelta in MK from the age 16 and I’d regularly lose my pals for huge parts of the night and have no concept of time. How the hell I always made it home ok, I’ll never know.

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About the only thing you have in common with @Kinowe Soorie I think :D

 

 

 

 

It's a thought I've had before but the aesthetics of vinyls (particularly dance tracks) are very cool

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Had some cracking nights at Splendid and HEAD....

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3 hours ago, rico said:

Had some cracking nights at Splendid 

still listen to one of their cassettes

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Tony de vit.  man was my hero.back then, went looking for his mixes, ended up going down a youtube rabbit hole and found this that, even though its newer, im gonna share because **** you.

 

what a ****ing thread


Image result for raving man gif

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13 hours ago, Stadt said:

About the only thing you have in common with @Kinowe Soorie I think :D

 

 

 

 

It's a thought I've had before but the aesthetics of vinyls (particularly dance tracks) are very cool

The same Slipmatt that was Slipmatt and Lime (SL2?)

 

This was massive. Happy days..

 

 

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