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In 1996 Nasenbluten made the limited edition single "Anna Wood" on vinyl through the Dead Girl label, as a commentary on the moral panic in the press surrounding rave parties after the death of Anna Wood. Her ecstacy related death brought about a hardline approach to rave and dance parties in Australia. The record was never commercially available and was only distributed by the band itself, featuring a picture of the girl with the phrase "I'm having the time of my life" and a picture of Dutch DJ Paul Elstak on the B side with the words "I wanna see the rainbow high in the sky", a reference to the happy hardcore scene and it's links to ecstacy.

Anna Wood is the Sydney teenager who died while under the influence of the 'designer' drug ecstasy at an all-night rave party. The recent coroner's enquiry determined that the specific cause of death was from the intake of too much water, brought on by ecstasy. Anna's Story is a non-sensationalised account of teenage drug usage, and strips away the transparent glamour of rave/ecstasy parties.

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