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Also, a venue for live bands. Goth is alive and well. Usually Tues and Wed were the popular nights with Thursday as the standard for punks, posers, and wannabees. Great music in this little sunken dance floor. Joey was a great DJ! It was located on 10th Avenue and 18th Street, hence the name They had a lot of freestyle acts performing on Sat. This club started the Miami Beach club revolution. Back when Miami beach was desolate and full of old timers this club used to be the life of Washington Avenue.

It was located in the sleaziest most dangerous neighborhood in SF the tenderloin which is why many but the very brave ever ventured there but once in, it was like being in another world. I have alot of memories of tripping on acid here. Anyone remember this place?

Prince got started there! It has three cd edited ", A Catedral do Rock". Known in Portugal for "Dois" it has given to some generations the best rock of the planet. Long live the , the Cathedral of the Rock.

Not very big, but still had a great wooden dance floor. Bar in the center of the room with large vases of flowers and foo foo drinks. Best underground club ever!! So many Beautiful underage new wave tuna burners all with fake IDs. Poorman from KROQ would let the hotties in the back door. Stage was deep, wide and high. I should know, I was flashed, and had bras and panties thrown at me on that stage more than once!

P The club lasted only about 2 years, possibly a little less. Great club, unfortunately the location killed them. The club was in a sort of out-of-the-way section of St. If this place would have been down on one of the St. Pete area gulf beaches it would have been around for years. These guys knew how to do great "live band" clubs. Open 7 nights a week, each and every week. Ahh, and there was nothing like those wonderful and beautiful Tampa Bay babes who visited these clubs nightly I got lucky though, I married one of them!

What a shame, the atmosphere and fun of those clubs are nowhere to be found these days This, and others like it provided me with some fine memories. Underground club with graffiti all over the walls; hosted most of the "alternative" bands from the eighties on their Atlanta shows. The first high tech bar in the area. Shocked the fern bars out of business.

Coined the words "showponies", and had the sisters "disco 1 and disco 2" who would put on a show dancing on the tables. Andy would sing Frankie tunes in his salt shaker to a standing ovation.

Tonic flat, no worries, shot a little soda in it, and the "sonic" was born here. Happy Hour saved again. We will also take responsibility for layered drinks and jello shots Like every other club in Tampa, the owners started to cater to the college crowd and the music began to suck. In the 90s it kept up 80s nights until the owner sold it at some point in the late 90s. Hands down the best club I ever went to.

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It was an apartment transformed into a club. You sat on wooden boxes covered with carpet. When you walked through the club you could visualize where a living room was, a bedroom etc.

It was small in there. They had TVs mounted all over the place and showed "videos" which could be old movies to actual videos set to music. The basement was where the restrooms were and the club store. I bought a "Reagan Hates Me" shirt there. I saw The March Violets there. A friend who lives in DC says that there is a 9: But I am talking about the club where if you sat at the side window, you could see bums sleeping in the alley and drunks peeing in the alley.

I remember dancing there on a Wed. You know who you are SW. Anyway, best music people and bartenders in Cleveland. I loved all you freaks!!! Smoking weed in the ladies room. Thinking it would last forever. Flowers and vines everywhere After Dark San Diego Minor nights were so much fun! They played great for those times alternative music. We had a Billy Idol wannabe who used to lip synch and dance.

Akademija was one of top 10 clubs in Europe. That was the club where Andrew Eldritch was once in Great music and beautiful women. Right, Scotty the Body? It was pretty much like Gillman St.

CA , where the kids ran everything from the door to concessions. Very cool place to see top shows at VERY reasonable prices. Awesome times great alternative tunes and loose Welland women!! Could it have been any better? Area New York, NY In a Tribeca massive groundfloor warehouse near the exit to the Holland Tunnel Replaced by a condo development in the 90s. Great hole in the wall that had "Heavy Metal Mondays" and free drinks every weeknight from 8pp.

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Cool local bands and even a few national acts from time to time. Hot metal chicks does anybody remember Ruby? One Monday night, with my buddy Mark Fenney passed out on a bench outside, I actually met a fella named James Hetfield there, who at the time was the lead singer and rythym axeman of a little know up and coming band called "Metallica"! Art Stocks Playpen South Ft.

Miid to late 80s. Was supposed to be a gay bar. The gays called it backstraights. It was a reasonable place to meet either the opposite or same sex. Was a pop disco,had many pop disco singer shows, such as Taylor Dayne,and that genre. It was at a time when Club Broadway had just shut down and it was just before the Underground.

Dark, Lots of mirrors, and spinning lights. Although I may have the nights backwards. Remeber the old fat security guy smoking big fat cigars?

I heard a rumour that the city of Renton closed it down because an underage 15 year old girl bought drugs there and crashed her car. Barraca Valencia, Spain from until now. It soon got a fabulous reputation among the underground people, and attracted all types of artists, intellectual, bohemian, flamboyant and kitsch people, so that it became the most colourful and bizarre club in Spain.

It even had a rotating dancefloor and carousel horses. An even darker and more gothic club opened in to complement Barraca: Some months after, this underground scene spread out Valencia including some other clubs like Spook Factory, the temple of techno in Spain those years, and Espiral, hard-partying, brutal.