Iíve just witnessed probably the best rave of í94 so
far. It was 7pm, 5th February and I was getting on
the coach for WORLD DANCE. Already totally
knackered! I had hardly any sleep the day before
because I was so excited.
After a long journey there I thought I had already
been in and was on my way home!!! But all that soon
changed when in the queue. I heard the music and was
already dying to get in, but after about 30 minutes,
I was in. It was Pooch on the Dex and the first
choon I heard was, "M-Beat Shuffle". Absolutely
wicked! The place was jumping and the atmosphere was
pumping. By this time I was already claiming World
Dance as my best rave.
Me and one of my mates stood right in front of the
DJ stand with a totally wicked projection screen
beside us. There was also a bloke dressed for the
occasion as a jester. (He looked the bollocks). I
also noticed the new sound system. WICKED! After
being in about half an hour I noticed no lasers, but
just at that moment a wicked laser show kicked off.
At about 2am I went into the arcade and wasted some
money. When I went back to the hanger I bumped into
my cousin and his mates from Walthamstow. I then
went on to the very top left of the stage. Everyone
up there was very friendly, but it was so packed up
I kept getting squashed, Iím only small (you may
remember a little blond person on the stage!) but
that wasnít going to stop me having a good time
(which I already was). While I was on the stage I
noticed the really good dancers on the DJ stand.
After 3 hours raving I went outside to get a drink,
and it was then I spotted the bloke on the unicycle
and the stilt walking chickens. I went back inside
and didnít move until it was over. I really enjoyed
myself. The sound was the nuts, so were the lights.
It had a wicked atmosphere. A blinding line up
(Kenny Ken was my person favourite) and MC G Q was
the bollox. There were snack bars, arcades and a
fair ground etc. What more could your ask for? I
will definitely be back on the 2nd of April.