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Raves: All-night dance parties of DEATH


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An example of "candy" bracelets.
Each bead is soaked with a mixture
of LSD and heroin.

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"How much is it to get into the party?"
Translation:Where can I score some drugs?

"Do you know who's spinning right now?"
Translation:I just robbed a gas station to feed my habit.

"Can I borrow your lighter?"
Translation:I am an avowed member of the Medallin drug cartel.

"Do you want a bracelet?"
Translation:The trunk of my car is filled with pure heroin. Do you want to purchase any?

"I'm rolling really hard."
Translation:Satan moves through my voice. Soon, control of the world will be seized by Our Dark Lord. Ave Satanas, kiss the goat.


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What are the Possible Effects of Listening to Happy Hardcore?
Hearing Happy Hardcore even one time can put you at risk for:

sudden death
spending the whole night blowing on a fucking whistle, despite the fact you can't find a beat
becoming physically ill
severe nausea

Prolonged exposure can result in:

headache, muscle weakness, abdominal pain
decrease or loss of sense of hearing
removing your ears with some kind of sharp object
mental illness
violent behavior
brain damage
nervous system damage
dangerous chemical imbalances in the body
involuntary passing of urine and feces

If you or someone you know has been listening to Happy Hardcore, there is help available. Talk to a school counselor, a friend, or a parent, and check the back of this pamphlet for some valuable resource information.

Long-term use of Happy Hardcore has been associated with irreversible brain damage.

Listening to Happy Hardcore, even one time, can kill you.

Short-term effects of exposure to Happy Hardcore include heart palpitations, breathing difficulty, dizziness, and headache.


Quick Facts
How can you possibly die from Happy Hardcore?

According to medical experts, death can occur in at least five ways:

slamming your head repeatedly into a speaker in a vain attempt to make the music stop;

swallowing a whistle;

choking on vomitus;

running away from the dancefloor into traffic; and

sudden happy death syndrome, presumably from one's eardrums exploding.
Is Happy Hardcore addictive?

Thankfully, no. But when Happy Hardcore use continues over a period of time, a user will probably develop a tolerance to the music. This means that the user will listen to progressively cheesier music. This, in turn, leaves a user at much greater risk of suffering from possible negative effects of the genre, such as liver, lung, and kidney impairment, brain damage, nervious system damage, and even death. Addicts have been found dead, huddled around a stereo, with Aqua CDs scattered about the floor.



Oregon Prevention Resource Center
Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
Department of Human Resources
555 24th Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
1-800-822-6772 (in Oregon)

American Council for Drug Education
164 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023

Families Anonymous, Inc.
P.O. Box 3475
Culver City, CA 90231-3475

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)
12 West 21st Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10010

CSAP’S National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
P.O. Box 2345
Rockville, MD 20847-2345

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment National Drug Information and Treatment
Referral Hotline
11426-28 Rockville Pike
Suite 410
Rockville, MD 20852

International Institute for Inhalant Abuse
450 West Jefferson Avenue
Englewood, CO 80110

National Families in Action
2296 Henderson Mill Rd., Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30345

National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
1615 Guadalupe Street
Suite 201
Austin, TX 78701


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Happy Hardcore is evil!

This page is too funny when you read it all. It's a page written by ravers, for ravers, making fun of government and media propoganda. I hope nobody really takes it serious!


Sean B
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