On the face of it, Meat Beat Manifesto - effectively Jack Dangers since his move to San Francisco at the start of the 90's - represent something of an anachronism. Of a generation coming into adulthood when rave culture was perceived by the establishment as a GENUINE THREAT TO ORGANISED SOCIETY, the era's obvious nudge-wink drug references, dummies and whistles seem more like quirky props now. Maybe they were. But media scaremongering (Sound familiar?) and the authorities inability/unwillingness to understand led to the Criminal Justice Bill, a piece of legislation which proved to the likes of Dangers once and for all that the notion of personal freedom in Britain had become largely conceptual.
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