Billy Daniel Bunter has published a book about the London warehouse and rave scene from the late 80s through to the 90s.
The Love Dove Generation features contributions from The Prodigy, Slipmatt, Mark Archer from Altern 8 and Eamon Downes from Liquid.
The book reveals interesting stories from the time:
Did you know that The Prodigy played for £10 each at their first ever gig at The 4 Aces in Dalston, east London?
Did you know that Take That were Altern 8’s warm up act?
Did you know that Liquid created their classic track Sweet Harmony for just £80?
Bunter was one of the youngest rave djs in Britain and performed at the Labrynth in east London before embarking on a worldwide career as a dj.
“Twenty five years ago when I first started out in the rave scene I never really had a plan. I just knew that music had to be a part of my daily life. It’s mad to think I have gone from selling spuds to djing all over the world, releasing gold-selling albums in the process. Now I have written and published my own book. Life has been full of ups and downs, with good times and bad, but I’m still here to tell the story. I hope you enjoy reading about my life as much as I’ve enjoyed living it,” he says.
The Love Dove Generation by Billy Daniel Bunter with Andrew Woods is available from http://www.musicmondays.co.uk.