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Photos: Of Sexy Pirates and Syncopated Music, Day 1 at the Electric Daisy Carnival

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Drawing some 185,000 people, it was a wild weekend at the L.A. Coliseum where the Electric Daisy Carnival was held for two nights. Besides the hundred or so sent to the hospital, which prompted local doctors to question the event, and a stampede, it was still a festival to be enjoyed by throngs of people Here's a little taste of what was seen.