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Sonic Experience - Def Til Dawn - The True Rave Scene album download
Performer: Sonic Experience
Title: Def Til Dawn - The True Rave Scene
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Field Recording
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MP4 AUD AU DMF MP2 AA MIDI
FLAC size: 1133 mb | MP3 size: 1738 mb | WMA size: 1525 mb
Genre: Electronic

Listening to "Sonic Experience - Def Til Dawn - The True Rave Scene" brought back a wave of memories from the heady dayz of rave. The snippets of taped conversations between the tunes had me remembering when we jumped through hedges to get to raves, when we put one quid in a bucket to bounce around all night to pounding tunes in a disused warehouse. From this perspective the album is priceless  . Listeing to "Def Til Dawn" again made me realise that 'rave culture' in the UK, despite being 20 years old, is something that will remain with tens of thousands of us for many years to come - perhaps indefinitely.

Def Til Dawn (The True Rave Scene!), 1993. Def Til Dawn (The True Rave Scene!), 1993. All We Wanna Do Is Dance, 00:23. Everybody Get Crazy, 04:12.

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Title: Sonic Experience & Strictly Underground Corporation - Def Till Dawn: The True Rave Scene. Label: Strictly Underground Records. Title: Various Artists - Illegal Rave - Volume 3. Label: Strictly Hardcore.

Def Til Dawn - the True Rave Scene. Strictly Underground 1993. Sample appears at 0:26 (and throughout). Jack Finlay, Douglas Grindstaff and Joseph Sorokin.

Tracklist

A1 Intro (Have Your Rave)
A2 No More Music By The Suckers
A3 Mark & Steve (In The Studio)
A4 Can't Get Enough
A5 Mr Big & The Acid House Mania
A6 Psychophobia
A7 All We Wanna Do Is Dance
A8 Rock Hardcore
A9 What's The Power Output
A10 Protein (Remix)
A11 Blow Your Whistles For The D.J.
A12 Got To Let You Know
B1 Intro Chief Inspector
B2 Everybody Get Crazy
B3 Summer Of Love
B4 High Court Injunction
B5 Musics Gonna Rule The World
B6 Police Have Stopped It
B7 I'm Rushin
B8 Make Some Noise For Sonic Experience
B9 Acid Is The Future
B10 Driving Home After The P.A.

Notes

Tracks A1, A3, A5, A7, A9, A11, B1, B4, B6, B8 and B10 are all
dictaphone recordings of goings-on before, during and after illegal
raves, presumably recorded by Mark Ryder.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STURMC 2, STURMC2 Sonic Experience Def Til Dawn - The True Rave Scene ‎(Cass, Album) Strictly Underground Records, Strictly Underground Records STURMC 2, STURMC2 UK 1993
STUR PD 2 Sonic Experience Def Til Dawn ‎(LP, Album, Pic) Strictly Underground Records STUR PD 2 UK 1993
STURCD2 Sonic Experience Def Til Dawn "The True Rave Scene!" ‎(CD, Album) Strictly Underground Records STURCD2 UK 1993


Comments (1)
Sharpmane
I'm in the process of digitizing my record collection and started with this one. What a choice. Listening to "Sonic Experience - Def Til Dawn - The True Rave Scene" brought back a wave of memories from the heady dayz of rave. The snippets of taped conversations between the tunes had me remembering when we jumped through hedges to get to raves, when we put one quid in a bucket to bounce around all night to pounding tunes in a disused warehouse. From this perspective the album is priceless. The tunes themselves demonstrate how good the STUR producers are at their art - all the hardcore sounds and samples are present and correct, having the same effect as the bits in between the tunes - bringing back happy memories. Listeing to "Def Til Dawn" again made me realise that 'rave culture' in the UK, despite being 20 years old, is something that will remain with tens of thousands of us for many years to come - perhaps indefinitely. Rave on!