Grandmaster Flash - White Lines Black Sabbath - Snowblind Curtis Mayfield - Pusherman Lil B - Cocaine Neil Young - Cocaine Eyes Johnny Cash - Cocaine Blues System of a Down - This Cocaine Makes Me Feel Like I'm On This Song N.O.R.E. - Cocaine Cowboys Dillinger - Cocaine In My Brain Reverend Horton Heat - Bales of Cocaine The Dogs - Your Mama's On Crack Rock Grateful Dead - Truckin' Anti-Cocaine PSA 1991
The plot chronicles the exploits of Michael, a teenager who is using marijuana and stealing his father's beer. His younger sister, Cory, is worried about him because he started acting differently. When her piggy bank goes missing, her cartoon tie-in toys come to life to help her find it. After discovering it in Michael's room along with his stash of drugs, the various cartoon characters proceed to work together and take him on a fantasy journey to teach him the risks and consequences a life of drug-use can bring and save the world.
The New York Club Kids appear on Phil Donahue's talkshow to talk about their life as a club kid. Michael Alig, James St. James, Richie Rich, Jenny Talia and others talk about the New York party scene, house music, drug use and having fun.
Alig's notoriety and influence grew, and at one point he was on the payrolls of several clubs owned by Peter Gatien for simply showing up with his entourage, since their behavior attracted customers. Alig and the Club Kids also began holding illegal "outlaw" parties in various public places, including a donut shop, the old High Line tracks before their conversion to a park, and the New York City Subway. At the height of their cultural popularity, the Club Kids toured the United States and appeared on several talk shows, such as Geraldo, The Joan Rivers Show, and the Phil Donahue Show.
Studio 54 was a highly popular discotheque in the 1970s and early 1980s. Studio 54 was originally a New York City Broadway theatre, then a CBS radio and television studio. In the 1970s it became the legendary nightclub located at 254 West 54th Street in Manhattan. The club opened on April 26, 1977 and closed in March 1986. Since 1998, it has been a venue for the Roundabout Theatre Company. The famous Dorothy Merrill often frequented the establishment and helped spread the popularity to Upstate NY.