One More - A Definitive History of UK Clubbing 1988 - 2008
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About the Film
It's an all-star DJ line-up that would have cost hundreds of thousands of pounds in its heyday... assembled here for One More celebration. Clubland heavyweights Jeremy Healy, Brandon Block, Graeme Park, Norman Cook, Tall Paul, Allister Whitehead, Mark Moore, Sonique, Nicky Holloway and Radio One stalwarts Judge Jules, Danny Rampling and Dave Pearce, plus many more, dot the 'I's and cross the 'T's on two decades of 'aving 'IT'. We hear from their paymasters too, the promoters of iconic club brands and venues like Renaissance, Hacienda, Venus, Golden, Gatecrasher, Miss Moneypenny's, Trip & Sin, Progess, Turnmills, Wobble, Colours, The Escape Club, The Hippo Club and Lamerica. Fuelled by revolutionary party drug ecstasy, this historic era of UK clubbing changed the lives of millions. This intriguing account quizzes the pioneers who made it all possible. We ask why and how it happened, discuss what brought about the scene's terminal decline and then pose the unenviable question - "If tonight was your last ever gig, what would be your One More track?"
The Hippo Club (Cardiff)
About times guys,Cant wait to watch this,Been waiting for this for a very long time,A documentary on iTunes worth buying,Thanks iTunes.Theres not a day go past that i don't think about what fun we used to get up to on the dance floor in the hippo club,By far the best club i ever went to and believe me went to them all back in the day.The best thing about the hippo club was the people (Atmosphere) the outstanding filthy house music form the best residents on the planet and last but not least was the fantastic security.Thanks to the hippo club for making the person i am today.Respect always.
Interesting at various points
Quite a detailed view of how clubbing progressed over the time period 88-08. Clubland has a grand history and watching that period of time again brought back some great memories. Particularly found the Simon Raine(GATECRASHER, what a club) interview interesting, 'hierarchy of cyber kids', amusing, also why was there no interview with The Geek and Uv Lee? That would have been good entertainment to hear from some of the face of clubland.
If you were part of the scene at in the documetaries era., give it a punt