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Fikentscher, Kai. 2003. "'There's not a problem I can't fix, 'cause I can do it in the mix': On the Performativ Technology of 12-inch Vinyl." In Music and Technoculture, edited by Lysloff, René and Gay, Leslie C. Middle Wesleyan University Press, 290-315.

Fikentscher, Kai. 2006. "Disco and House." In African American Music: An Introduction, edited by Mellone Burnim and Portia K. Maultsby. New York: Routledge, 456-470.

Fritz, Jimi. 1999. Rave Culture: An Insider's Overview. Canada: Smallfry Press.

Gaillot, Michel. 1998. Multiple Meaning Techno: An Artistic and Political Laboratory of the Present. Paris: Ed Dis Voir.

Garratt, Sheryl. 1998. Adventures in Wonderland: A Decade of Club Culture. London: Headline.

Gauthier, François. 2004. "Rapturous Ruptures: The ‗Instituant‘ Religious Experience of Rave." In Rave Cultu Religion, edited by Graham St John. London: Routledge, 65-84.

Gauthier, François. 2005. "Orpheus and the Underground: Raves and Implicit ReligionFrom Interpretatio Critique." Implicit Religion 8(3), 217-265.

Gerard, Morgan. 2004. "Selecting Ritual: DJs, Dancers and Liminality in Underground Dance Music." In R Culture and Religion, edited by Graham St. John. London: Routledge, 167-184.

Gibson, Chris. 2001. "Appropriating the Means of Production: Dance Music Industries and Contested Digital S In FreeNRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dance Floor, edited by Graham St John. Melbourne: Common Groun 255.

Gilbert, Jeremy and Ewan Pearson. 1999. Discographies: Dance Music, Culture and the Politics of Sound. L Routledge.

Gilbert, Jeremy. 1997. "Soundtrack to an Uncivil Society: Rave Culture, The Criminal Justice Act and the Poli Modernity." New Formations 31, 5-24.

Goldschmitt, Kariann Elaine. 2004. Foreign Bodies: innovation, repetition, and corporeality in electronic d music. M.A. Thesis (Music), University of California, San Diego.

Gore, G. 1997. "Trance, dance and Tribalism in Rave Culture." In Dance in the City, edited by Thomas, Hel London: MacMillan, 73-83.

Goulding, Christina, Avi Shankar and Richard Elliott. 2002. "Working Weeks, Rave Weekends: Identi Fragmentation and the Emergence of New Communities." Consumption Markets & Culture 5(2), 261-284

Graham Miller. 2005. The Sound of The Third Wave: Science Fiction, Imaginary Machines and the Future of T M.A. Thesis (Ethnomusicology), York University, Toronto. [view online]

Grayson, Kyle. 2008. "The (Geo)Politics of Dancing: Illicit Drugs and Canadian Rave." In Chasing Dragons: S Identity, and Illicit Drugs in Canada, edited by Kyle Grayson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Green, Jared. 2005. DJ, Dance and Rave Culture. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.

Greener, Tracey, Robert Hollands. 2006. "Beyond Subculture and Post-subculture? The Case of Virtual Psytr Journal of Youth Studies 9(4), 393-418.

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