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Hoping to ensure quality and satisfy his demanding crowd, Bruce Mailman began to apply increased pressure on his DJs, presenting them with letters of complaint and asking them to supply advance playlists. He removed Sharon White from the roster and provoked Howard Merritt into resigning. Meanwhile the sonic identity of the venue began to cluster around sounds that were increasingly devoid of African American influence. Dancers became increasingly focused on tailoring all aspects of the experience toward achieving a collective high.

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