Black celebration

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Located in the basement of an old downtown hotel, the City Club (or Leland Club to scene veterans) is Detroit's oldest and greatest Goth club. Closely following the goth gloom-and-doom handbook, you'll spot kids in black, plenty of mood lighting, interesting lingerie and at least a half dozen versions of Count Dracula thrashing away on the dance floor. Don't worry about getting frisked at the door; it's all part of the the charm.

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