Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Class of 88 - The True Acid House Experience (Special Edition) OUT NOW

The Special Edition 2011 has been completely rewritten and now includes brand new stories from Wayne Anthony’s epic journey into the world of Acid House and the organisers that staged some of the biggest illegal warehouse parties in the history Great Britain. The party promoter was the first amongst his contemporaries to tell his true story to the world. Genesis is one of the founding companies that created and neutered a platform for large-scale all night dance parties. This brought Wayne and his Genesis partners to the attention of gun totting mercenaries, well known gangsters, bank robbers, and members of parliament, riot squads though worse of all The Media. This true story tells the epic tale of England’s biggest sub-cultural movement that began on the Island’s of Ibiza and Tenerife in 1987. The influence of promoters such as Wayne Anthony can be felt in almost every dance music venue in the world today. Twenty years on this Special Edition delves even further into the history of the worlds biggest Acid House promoters. 

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  ‘ It’s gonzoid journalism of the best get-stuck-in-kind, with more parties, drugs, blags and scrapes with the law than a lifetime of tabloids could produce. And it still tells us everything the academics come out with.... ‘                                                                                        NME (  APRIL 98 )

‘ This is a book about parties, some of the biggest and most successful ever thrown in Britain ..... In this context house parties are not the sort of events that feature in Tatler, illustrated by photographs of the scions of aristocratic families toasting each other with champagne ‘  DAILY TELEGRAPH ( JAN 98 )
  ‘ Wayne was at the forefront of a revolution for Britain’s youth as they rejected boozy fights on a Friday night for an unprecedented unity on the dance floor. And the catalyst was Es and binding beats ‘.                                                                                      EAST LONDON ADVERTISER ( FEB. 98 )

 ‘ Some bloke takes an E in 1988 and thinks he’s Nick bloody Hornby ‘. LOADED ( MAR 98 )

‘ Written in “ cheerfully conversational “ style, it probably won’t win any Booker Prizes but, as a grittily authentic tale of the early rave scene’s, has few equals ‘.  VENUE ( JAN 98 )


Wayne Anthony and Siruis23 interview the UK / USA Heroes of the Day

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