Druglink article 1992 – A researcher reports from the rave by Russell Newcombe

Many thousands of young people take LSD, ecstasy and amphetamine while attending rave dance events. Use is usually occasional and unproblematic but dangers arise from the uncertain composition and strength of the drugs. A minority of ravers take drug cocktails or too much, too often. Drug agencies can respond by immediate staff training and by providing on site health education on current brands and outreach facilities at raves.

A researcher reports from the rave (PDF)