Idris Elba's How Clubbing Changed the World YouTube

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Documentary on the impact that EDM (Electronic Dance Music/house music) had on clubbing in the UK and the rest of the world.

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guetta should not even be included in this...

nothing hes done has been what i would call pivotal...

Author — thoughtandprocess

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Great documentary however, very biased towards Britain. Fails to acknowledge the influence of house and techno scenes in mainland Europe like in the Netherlands, Germany, Scandinavia etc.

Author — Edward Goulding

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Soul Train" got its start on station WCIU in Chicago, in 1970

Author — The Mighty Icesis

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Dear Britain,

You're welcome.

Sincerely,
Detroit/Chicago

Author — Eisenhower303

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15:13 - what the heck is an Acid House fashion entrepreneur?

Author — Eisenhower303

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At 20:50 is when my life changed. House Music changed my life forever. :) I was living in Chicago and got to ride that wave.

Author — Loki D. Wolf - Random Stuff

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Regarding Skrillex, he just jumped on the bandwagon. Commercial ''dubstep'' was allready big.

Author — Hansy

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So much other history is missing regarding the dance music scene on the West coast such as L.A. and Miami, Florida that developed in the 1980’s.

Author — Mark Guidry

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The rave scene was inspired by Chicago. People tried to copy what they were hearing the clubs at home but the parties were so big they had to take place in abandoned warehouses.

Author — Dubside Productions

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1:08:15 #phuture #acidtrax #djpierre !!!

Author — jbroth

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Way to big up Jimmy Saville :/. Highly doubt he is actually the first dj.

Author — Droe Verb

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Well made documentary, I enjoyed it.  But no mention of Juan Atkins, come on!?

Author — Astralboat

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I remember discovering Drum & Bass and Jungle music back when I was 11. I've ALWAYS been a huge fan of dance music.

Author — Ay Enn Ay

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I have learned some new facts.... This is interesting and very good . This should be taught in school, as part of history miss the

Author — LaTonya White

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To everyone complaining about Guetta & Harris's credibalities, they're crediting their success in bringing dance music to the global mainstream industry and rightly so!

This is a documentary for mainstream perspectives as House was never really underground like in the US & it's been mainstream here since the 80s. Just because it's not pop music, doesn't have to not be in pop culture.

Author — John Simkins

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This was one of the hottest house tracks of it's time. (A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray) I still have my original 12"... @ 36:57

Author — KVS

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Most inconsistent documentary i have ever seen.

Author — Daugvinas Liberis

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I love hearing the history so much. It's also very amazing, how it was so impactful, that with in the lifetime of the creators, everything changed ☺️

Author — kyle fenrick

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I literally felt David's love for the music emote through the screen 🕉️

Author — kyle fenrick

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I'm very surprised that German scene and influences weren't even mentioned.

Author — Maja S.