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Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream.

Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

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2007100420080723"Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream.

Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism."

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Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream.

Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

""Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream.

Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.""

Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

Followed by News.

"Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

Followed by News.

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Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

Followed by News.

""Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of Acid House, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

20080723Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of acid house, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

"Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of acid house, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

""Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of acid house, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.

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"Miranda Sawyer examines how rave culture has moved from being an act of rebellion to becoming the mainstream. Twenty years after the birth of acid house, she reassesses the legacy of the movement and asks whether it was a rebellion against Thatcherism, a business enterprise or merely an expression of hedonism.