Going by your logic anyone who likes to dance and have a good time is a hooligan, am I understanding you correctly? Maybe your concept of hooligans and mine differ. I don't remember seeing hooligans in Shoom, do you? </font>[/QUOTE]I think you're right martin - it was some of the other early acid house clubs that were more 'casual', as I'm told by former Shoomers.
Originally posted by martin s:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by beaniboy67:
Shoom did have a big hooligan element!!Danny Rampling wifewa known for letting people on who like to dance and have a great time!!Hooligans also liked to have a goods time.Infact the decline in soccer casuals in the early 90s was a result of house music.Most of the guys were going out and having the time of their lifes and clubbing and pills were probably the replacement of the buzz that most casuals got when rioting on a foootball terrace or back street in the Uk!!
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