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    (Original post by Don Quixote)
    I thought club etc was associated with scallyism, ie pill heads and pot heads. At least in Mancland it is...
    Only trashy dance/pop clubs are like this. If you to rock/indie clubs there is never any trouble everybody is just very happy dancing while getting pissed. In fact out of all the places I've been clubbing in the UK I find Manchester safer than a lot of other towns.

    In a big city you can choose the a club for the type of audience and music, in smaller towns you only tend to have a choice of a couple of clubs or so so you're very limited hence they will be more scallies.
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    Yeh I'd agree that dance/club music is associated with scallies, boy racers in ford fiestas with ridiculously sizes subs. People tend to think of a fast beat with not much else going on, maybe some wifey singing some god awful lyrics over the top. The 'dance' music in the charts generally only aids this misconception. 'Dance', though, covers alot more genres than hard house and euro/club cheese which it only ever seems to be assocaited with, and if you look hard enough, under the commercialised membraine of shite, there's some inventive and original stuff out there. At the moment I'm liking some melodic breaks, which is regarded as dance music but is a world away from Special-D and Flip & Fill, if anyone wants to experience some real dance music, download some stuff by Digital Witchcraft, Luke Chable, Fretwell, Wrecked Angle.......
 
 
 
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