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Raving Lunacy: Clubbed To Death

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Dave Courtney, whose autobiography, Stop the Ride, I Want to Get Off, was a huge bestseller, reveals all from another hidden aspect of London's underworld.

Notorious in London's criminal underworld, Dave is also a big name in the club and dance scene. Raving Lunacy is the story of this double life, and how one world spilled over into the other. From parties in prisons, sewe
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Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 7th 2002 by Virgin Books (first published October 5th 2000)
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Paulius
Nov 26, 2011 rated it really liked it
Still reading this book, but I considered that this book is not as good as 'Stop the ride I want to get off' (which is brilliant!). Still interesting and humorous as previous one, but author does not say something new about his life. It is funny to read every single page, there are many jokes, but generally... reader is worth a bit more, isn't he?
Andrew
Mar 31, 2012 rated it really liked it
Once you get past his gangster stylings, Dave Courtney effectively captures the early rave scene's vibe and energy. This was certainly the closest that any book that I've read so far on the subject came to capturing the spirit of the times that I still remember so vividly twenty-years on.

Highly recommended to any student of the late-80s and early-90s or of dance music in general.
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