The drug of choice in the Nineties rave scene is coming back as a powder that can be shared socially like cocaine and distinguishes its more image-conscious users from 'pill heads'

This article titled “Ecstasy is back in clubs as newly potent drug is taken with ‘legal highs'” was written by Jamie Doward and Silvia Suárez Jiménez, for The Observer on Sunday 20th November 2011 00.21 UTC

Ecstasy, the drug of choice for the clubbers of the early 1990s, is making a comeback. Once synonymous with the rave scene, its popularity declined as the diminishing amount of methylenedioxymethamphetamine, or MDMA, the potent chemical once found in ecstasy tablets, saw a new generation of clubbers seek alternative substances.

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