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Ott, Bill & Brian Herman. 2003. "Mixed Messages: Resistance and Reappropriation in Rave Culture." Wes Journal of Communication 67(3), 249-270.

Partridge, Christopher. 2006. "The Spiritual and the Revolutionary: Alternative Spirituality, British Free Festiv the Emergence of Rave Culture." Culture and Religion 7(1), 41-60. [view online]

Peterson, Richard A. 1978. ""'Disco!' Its Distinctive Sound Isn't Just Another Fad." Chronicle of Higher Educ October 26-27, .

Pinch, Trevor, Frank Trocco. 2002. Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer. Bost Harvard University Press.

Pini, Maria. 1997. "Cyborgs, Nomads and the Raving Feminine." In Dance in the City, edited by Thomas, H. L Macmillan, 111-129.

Pini, Maria. 1998. "‗Peak Practices‘: The Production and Regulation of Ecstatic Bodies." In The Virtual Embo Presence/Practice/Technology, edited by John Wood. London: Routledge, 168-177.

Pini, Maria. 2001. Club Cultures and Female Subjectivity: the move from home to house. Hampshire: Palgra

Portnoy, Sean. 1999. "This is Fascism? Raves and the Politics of Dancing." In Reading Rock and Roll: Authen Appropriation, Aesthetics, edited by Kevin Dettmar and William Richey. New York: Columbia University Press 208.

Prendergast, Mark. 2000. The Ambient Century: from Mahler to Moby the Evolution of Sound in the Electron London: Bloomsbury.

Push & Mireille Silcott. 2000. The book of E: All About Ecstasy. London: Omnibus.

Queudrus, Sandy. 2000. Un Maquis Techno: Modes de'Engagement et Pratiques Sociales dans la Free-Party. IRMA editions.

Racine, Étienne. 2002. Le Phénomène Techno: Clubs, Raves, Free-parties. Paris: Imago.

Ragland, Cathy. 2003. "Mexican Deejays and the Transnational Space of Youth Dances in New York and N Jersey." Ethnomusicology 47(3), 338-354. [view online]

Redhead, Steve (ed.). 1997. The Clubcultures Reader: readings in popular cultural studies. Oxford: Blackw

Redhead, Steve. 1993. Rave off: Politics and Deviance in Contemporary Youth Culture. Avebury: Aldersh

Reynolds, Simon. 1997. "Rave Culture: Living Dream or Living Death?." In The Clubcultures Reader: Readin Popular Cultural Studies, edited by Redhead, Steve. Oxford: Blackwell, 102-111.

Reynolds, Simon. 1997. "Return to Eden: Innocence, Indolence and Pastoralism in Psychedelic Music, 1966-19 Psychedelica Britannica: Hallucinogenic Drugs in Britain, edited by Antonio Melechi. London: Turnaround, 14

Reynolds, Simon. 1998. Generation Ecstasy: Into the World of Techno and Rave Culture. Boston: Little, Brow Company.

Richardson, John. 2005. "'The Digital Won't Let Me Go': Constructions of the Virtual and the Real in Gorillaz Eastwood'." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17(1), 1-29.

Rietveld, Hillegonda C. 1998. "The House Sound of Chicago." In The Clubcultures Reader, edited by S. Red

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