Thursday, 20 October 2011


The nostalgia of the 80s for us encompasses a range of genres from football on the terraces to the music and culture of the weekend. That weekend would no doubt involve for many the taking of 'Ecstasy' which up until 1985 wasn't even a controlled substance. It became the must have drug of the late 80s and was actually blamed for a decline in football hooliganism at the time. This 'Acid House' period had a massive surge in popularity across the country and before long this hedonistic scene involved the organisation of Warehouse Rave parties at secret locations after clubs closed due to a 2.00 a.m. licence.
This month sees the release of Irvine Welsh's 'Ecstasy' film and to coincide with this we have a T-Shirt depicting some of the more infamous pills available at the time.
The 'Ecstasy' T-Shirt will be available in a range of colours in the next few weeks.