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mr karnage

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i know there's some old heads on here that went raving in the 90s.

gass club and colloseum spring to mind

i wanna know what garms you were rocking, what moschino shirt were you rocking?

anyone still have these garms?

upload pics too, i wanna see dis

feel free to link youtube garage/dnb raves from the late 90s because they're proper hard to find
 

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before that it was champion hoodies and dready tops back in 91- people used to say I was a wigger . fuck them
 

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Me in 93...

Rocking a silver Daniel Poole jacket. Pretty rare at the time. Had a massive reflective badge on the back which nearly got my into trouble a couple of times as I had to hide from the old bill instead of running as they would have identified me so easily.

I think I had chippie jeans and a pair of purple nike air mowabbs.


Snazzy eh. I was 150% fashion, I think you'll agree.
 

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i couldn't get into raves because i looked like a child until i was nearly 30, loads of kids i went to school with used to go to pleasuredome in skegness but i seem to remember none of them wore labels, they spent their money more wisely... on pills
 

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this is officially an enormous thread. being from sweden i couldnt possibly contribute anything, apart from that i think bula hats was a thing? right?
 

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Me in 93...

Rocking a silver Daniel Poole jacket. Pretty rare at the time. Had a massive reflective badge on the back which nearly got my into trouble a couple of times as I had to hide from the old bill instead of running as they would have identified me so easily.

I think I had chippie jeans and a pair of purple nike air mowabbs.


Snazzy eh. I was 150% fashion, I think you'll agree.
that is high fashion right there
 

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gosh darn you are hip karnage, i thought youd outdone yourself with the leather coat and the beard, but this, this is... mysterious skin/napoleon dynamite type hip
 

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You look like a Dapper Karnage, for me back when garage popped, it was pretty loose, but then clubs insisted you were smart or had to have designer clothes on.

Like Ralph lauren, Polo or moschino or some shit, it literally changed the scene, people weren't raving, more focused on fashion, trying to look cool, champagne & cocaine was pretty much the scene, drug lords were trying to pimp out in clubs which created a turf war, shit was weird, had so many nights shut down cos of fights etc. It lost it's vibe, which is pretty much why garage died.

So yeah, fuck yo fashion, I'm into tweed now
 

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thats really interesting rich, because i always wondered about that!
how was it possible such girly music was associated with straight rudeboys and gun crime? i never understood the connection, like radius said, house can also sound girly but its a big business, and everywhere there is big business there is organised crime, but garage! why! it just doesnt compute. the vibe of garage is just glammy glitzy poppy girly music, with its heavily pop-rnb influence (i think it might be the reason why the uk still to this day thinks they can rnb, and the most the uk managed in that way was craig david, correct me if im wrong OR DONT YOU C"#%#) but i digress, garage is total cheese, even the darker harder stuff sounds comical because of the tempo and the wonky drum styles, i mean dnb has whole sub genres of dark and hard menacing vibes, the whole gradient of atmospheres and moods, from dark suspenseful, to brooding and epic, synthy and cold, to real horror grindcore, industrial cyber goa, its been the bane of our scene for the longest time, the music was so dark that no girls wanted to go the dnb parties, but what music style is associated more than any other with violence and gun crime, rudeboys and gangsters? garage and later, its cousin eskimo/igloo in particular(or grime as it would come to be called) have to say, early grime/dubstep was also very criminal. i couldnt figure out the connection, so thats really interesting rich.

is the final name for eskimo/igloo grime? is the crime still going on big time at grime nights? gay-rage is dead isnt it, good riddance too, thank the lord. wonder if i should say more bad stuff about garage, will there be a positive reaction orrr
 

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have a listen to this

fabio mentions how garage died and it seems the same story with other underground genres that surface and become mainstream


logikz, the whole attitude among the youth has gone back to peace and love and shit. with everyone on md theres no fights or aggro you got a few year ago.

You look like a Dapper Karnage, for me back when garage popped, it was pretty loose, but then clubs insisted you were smart or had to have designer clothes on.

Like Ralph lauren, Polo or moschino or some shit, it literally changed the scene, people weren't raving, more focused on fashion, trying to look cool, champagne & cocaine was pretty much the scene, drug lords were trying to pimp out in clubs which created a turf war, shit was weird, had so many nights shut down cos of fights etc. It lost it's vibe, which is pretty much why garage died.

So yeah, fuck yo fashion, I'm into tweed now
what about the late 90s dnb side? ive watched videos back now knowing about the fashion and seen guys decked out in moschino busting a move next to white glove raevrs next to guys in goretex sprayway jackets. some girls in little dresses or tight pants thrown in the mix too
 

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thats really interesting rich, because i always wondered about that!
how was it possible such girly music was associated with straight rudeboys and gun crime? i never understood the connection, like radius said, house can also sound girly but its a big business, and everywhere there is big business there is organised crime, but garage! why! it just doesnt compute. the vibe of garage is just glammy glitzy poppy girly music, with its heavily pop-rnb influence (i think it might be the reason why the uk still to this day thinks they can rnb, and the most the uk managed in that way was craig david, correct me if im wrong OR DONT YOU C"#%#) but i digress, garage is total cheese, even the darker harder stuff sounds comical because of the tempo and the wonky drum styles, i mean dnb has whole sub genres of dark and hard menacing vibes, the whole gradient of atmospheres and moods, from dark suspenseful, to brooding and epic, synthy and cold, to real horror grindcore, industrial cyber goa, its been the bane of our scene for the longest time, the music was so dark that no girls wanted to go the dnb parties, but what music style is associated more than any other with violence and gun crime, rudeboys and gangsters? garage and later, its cousin eskimo/igloo in particular(or grime as it would come to be called) have to say, early grime/dubstep was also very criminal. i couldnt figure out the connection, so thats really interesting rich.

is the final name for eskimo/igloo grime? is the crime still going on big time at grime nights? gay-rage is dead isnt it, good riddance too, thank the lord. wonder if i should say more bad stuff about garage, will there be a positive reaction orrr
Bassline doe.

All those dank wobs and MCs. Definitely brought the rudeboys.
 
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