Any rave party scheduled for NYE around Taipei?

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Any rave party scheduled for NYE around Taipei?

Postby Fennec23 » 27 Dec 2011, 18:45

Im looking for a new year rave (tekno) party around Taipei. Any suggestions? you can PM me.
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Re: Any rave party scheduled for NYE around Taipei?

Postby Fennec23 » 31 Dec 2011, 13:15

Damn,90 views and not a single reply
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Re: Any rave party scheduled for NYE around Taipei?

Postby Charlie Phillips » 31 Dec 2011, 15:07

I remember those: :grandpa:

Most of us are old and can barely move our fingers to bump your post a bit.

In those days we took onion juice and could dance all night. Garlic powder made the lights swirl around and you could see the music. Good luck in your quest and happy new year.
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