Altered State (Old Edition)

By Collin, Matthew & Godfrey, John

Publishers Summary:
When Ecstasy was first mixed with house music sometime during the 1980s, the reaction triggered a diverse youth movement. It affected music, fashion, the law, government policy and other areas of public and private life. This work trails the drug from California, through New York and onwards in the history of Ecstasy and the culture and politics that surround it.

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ISBN
978-1-85242-377-3
Publisher
Serpent's Tail


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Reviewed on May 15, 1997

Journalists Collin and Godfrey have written a fascinating, compelling account of youth culture in conservative Britain during the last decade. They begin with a brief history of the dual elements at the center of the culture: the spacy version of disco known as acid house and the drug Ecstasy. After setting the stage, they describe the migration of unemployed British yout...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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