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Old 05-21-2012, 12:35 PM
 
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Been partying since the late 80's, here are some of my favorites:

80's
Ocean club
Club Etc.
6400 (93Q live)
AM
DV8
Numbers (still around)

90's:

Bayou Mama (The Hunger)
Crush Bar
Lizard Lounge
Shark Dance (Anything Box)
Roxy (Amber)
Crystal
Blue Planet
Red Square
Spy
Club Some (party til 9am)
Revere/Pachavi
Artusie (west gray)

2000's:

Hyperia
Liquor Lounge
Europa
Red Star
Escobar
Bond

My balcony now faces Washington Ave but I hardly go out. Our friend owns barstool so we get somewhat of a hook up. These new clubs/lounge are not as fun as the 80's & 90's clubs. Most of our clubbing are now over sea, Europe or Asia.
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Old 05-21-2012, 12:57 PM
 
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I remember

Richmond strip
next Downtown
next Montrose
back to Downtown
back to Montrose for about 1 1/2 yr
Currently Washington to west of Downtown
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Old 05-21-2012, 01:44 PM
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Location: Houston, TX
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Eado is next...
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Old 05-21-2012, 02:38 PM
 
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I have a tone of old rave flyers from 1998 to 2003

Lone Star Arena 610 & Crestmont
Club Wax 1601 Leeland
Club Hyperia 2001 Commerce
Club Vinyl 1318 Westheimer
Club Unique South Main & Murworth
Club AM 6305 Skyline
International Ballroom South Main & Hillcroft
Club Phoenix Westheimer & Gessner
Spy Travis & Franklin
Garibaldy's I45 & Wayside
Amadeus Ballroom Club Creek & Beechnut
Tantra Fairdale & Bering
Club 112 112 Milam
Club Negril 9344 Richmond
Rise 2214 Ships Mechanic Row Galveston
Underground Lounge 804 Fannin
Industry Cafe 2110 Rusk & St Emanuel
Club Monaco 9347 Richmond
Club Ambrosia 6130 Richmond
Club 3704 Fannin & Alabama
Taft St Cafe 2115 Taft
The Meridian 1503 Chartres
Rich's 2401 San Jacinto use to be mostly a gay club every once in a while they use to open up for everybody
Hofheinz Pavillion use to do a few raves
Club Max's 2630 Augusta Drive
DeAnda's Ballroom 5201 Hopper
The Orbit Room 2524 Mckinney
Magnolia Ballroom 715 Franklin
Cardi's 9301 Bissonnet
Twist 505 Neches
Majestic Hall Wilcrest & Bissonnet
Latin City 6303 Beverly Hills
Club Rio 8412 South Gessner & 59
Club Diesel 5851 59 South
The Mansion 6303 Beverly Hill
Cloud 9 9347 1/2 Richmond
Club O Zone
2654 1960 East
Club Azore 723 Main
Tha Venue 806 Sampson
Gotham City 6130 Richmond
La Noche Night Club 6116 Windswept
Pasadena Convention Center
Sempers 2727 Crossview
Abyss 5913 Washington
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Old 05-21-2012, 03:00 PM
 
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I went to that big rave at the Astro Arena back in 2000. There were like 6 different djs and 15k attendence. We seperated from our friends and never saw them again that night.
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Old 06-12-2012, 05:38 PM
 
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What was the bar just to the east of Cooter's which had a large video screen? I remember seeing this for the first time in there 30 years ago:


John Mellencamp - Hurts So Good - YouTube
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:38 PM
 
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What was the bar just to the east of Cooter's which had a large video screen? I remember seeing this for the first time in there 30 years ago:
The bar immediately to the east was Baby-O's... a strip club. But futher down was the former Agora Ballroom, then called Faces. After Faces, it became City Streets.
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:47 PM
 
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I spent many nights at Peter's Wildlife back when they would do the confetti drop every Saturday night at midnight and they had that huge fake oak tree in the middle of the club. I remember being in the parking lot the night the Rockets won the national champ. People were climbing up on top of Metro busses and riding them down Richmond Ave. waving Rockets flags.
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Old 06-12-2012, 08:25 PM
 
Location: Houston, TX
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City Streets? That was in the same center as Cooters and was like 3 clubs in one or something like that.
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Old 06-12-2012, 08:56 PM
 
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City Streets sucked.
I always loved Numbers.
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