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To dance @ Limelight with James St. James & Michael Alig...Too cool!
I was amazed at how many details were brought up in this book as well as how many different characters Frank was able to capture in telling one story.
Although those involved teach man a great deal about unity and love, something dark always seems to be present.
I was certainly not expecting such an interesting read when I picked up this book. It is full of lurid stories of drugs, the mob and even murder. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Hatmaker
This is a fascinating look at a moment in history. A crazy story that will interest anyone into the rave scene or true crime.Published 11 months ago by Groovy 1
Ah, to read what it was like in the New York club scene in the 80s and 90s. Makes me jealous. I would have loved it. To dance @ Limelight with James St. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cynthia Weathers
Very well written. Confusingly apologetic sometimes.
Thank God that cultural experiment has gone to hell. Read more
I guess just not my type of book. I was more interested in Michael Alig and the club kids as opposed to all the details of all the crime investigation I skipped over a lot of the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Thomas Kerekanich
Wayyyyy to detailed. It would have been a great book if it could have held my attention. Kind of sad.Published 17 months ago by LFB
If you liked James St. Jame's Disco Bloodbath (later made into the movie "Party Monster") you will probably enjoy this. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Savannah M. Barr
explore a different time in clubland and the real clubkids that started the nightlife scene. never forget how great and on the the edge of nyc clubland lifePublished 21 months ago by albert kroeyr
I could not put this book down! It was interesting to learn about the New York club scene in the 90's.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer