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Occasionally I'll do a special event, such as on Friday the 13ths or around Halloween where I'll do a mix of very dark, spooky techno, WoW accounts for sale deep trance for one half, and terrorcore the second half, bridged together with a demon summoning ritual.
I also usually try to have guest djs once a month who bring their own sound of a wide variety of genres, and our afterparty dj goes all over the board, often playing a lot of classics.
I have only been to about 3 or so clubs so far (Yuyuko of WRA) and it's nothing like a 'second life' deal. It's really fun to watch or listen to the music if you do not RP. If anything, it's something to do on those nights when you don't feel like going out or playing other games and just want to mingle.
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