Niggas coming back from the Funhouse dusted
Throwing bubbles on the wall
The Funhouse was a popular nightclub in Manhattan’s Chelsea in the 1980’s. One of the regular DJ’s was John “Jellybean” Benitez, who would later gain fame for remixing and/or producing Madonna, Michael Jackson, and more
People from Ghost’s neighborhood would go there and do PCP (known as “angel dust”), then come home and throw up bubble letter graffiti
A reader who used to attend some of those parties writes of those times:
[You knew] if you were going there was that you were part of something. Something that people were so passionate about that they still write about it today on the internet. You also knew you were going to be hearing “the best music” that you’d ever hear in a club; period! If angel dust was your thing, you had come to the right place, as its burning scent was always in the air. Just take a walk up-stairs to the bumper cars. If you were lucky, you walked out on your own two feet when they played that last song at around 7 or 8 am the next morning. Much props to Ghost for a shout-out to all the “Funhouse Buggers” who are still out there. OZ Rocks The House!
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