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Smoogie A while we was going to start the best tunes of every year which started from 1991 but we never got any further. So im going to suggest that you throw in your fvorites for the 1992

This is a good year for Old Skool, it got faster and more new ideas came about. It was also said to be the year we first got Gabber thanks to the Dutch. In fact even none Hardcore tunes from this year where good as well...

So here is my list of favorites, in no order:
Sy Kick - Nasty (Original and Remix)
Urban Hype - Trip to Trumpton
Terrorize - Its just a feeling
Xenophobia - Rushing The House
Tango - Can' Stop the Rush
Sy Kick - Up side
Synthesis - Lets get Together
Maniax - I cant stand it
Tango - Factor 5
Rythem Section - Perfect Love
DJ Phantasy & Gemini - Everybody is under the infulence
Sy Kick - The Journey
De Gabbers - Rubbish
Awesome 3 - Dont Go
Baby D Let me be your fantasy (Acen in wonderland mix)
Rotterdam Termination Source - Poing!
DJ Gizmo - Don't you want my lovin'

HARRIBO hey did you see my post about a new oldschool sounding brisk and darwin track if not its been moved to the general discussion forum
Smoogie
quote:
Originally posted by HARRIBO:
hey did you see my post about a new oldschool sounding brisk and darwin track if not its been moved to the general discussion forum



Not heard it before lol

Anyone got any favs from that year?
HARRIBO check it out its should be in the genral discussion forum title fao smoogs
CDJay Nah it got moved to tracks and releases I think.

CDJay
wong
quote:
Originally posted by Smoogie:
A while we was going to start the best tunes of every year which started from 1991 but we never got any further. So im going to suggest that you throw in your fvorites for the 1992






well the good thing is that after the 1995 or 96 thread you wont post will ya ? seeing as anything after that period is crap, right ?

Smoogie
quote:
Originally posted by wong:
quote:
Originally posted by Smoogie:
A while we was going to start the best tunes of every year which started from 1991 but we never got any further. So im going to suggest that you throw in your fvorites for the 1992






well the good thing is that after the 1995 or 96 thread you wont post will ya ? seeing as anything after that period is crap, right ?



There is plent of good stuff from 97-12, its just a shame you have to work your way through the crap to get to it. In fact im looking forward to doing 2002
Bonkers4Life
quote:
Originally posted by Smoogie:
A while we was going to start the best tunes of every year which started from 1991 but we never got any further. So im going to suggest that you throw in your fvorites for the 1992

This is a good year for Old Skool, it got faster and more new ideas came about. It was also said to be the year we first got Gabber thanks to the Dutch. In fact even none Hardcore tunes from this year where good as well...

So here is my list of favorites, in no order:
Sy Kick - Nasty (Original and Remix)
Urban Hype - Trip to Trumpton
Terrorize - Its just a feeling
Xenophobia - Rushing The House
Tango - Can' Stop the Rush
Sy Kick - Up side
Synthesis - Lets get Together
Maniax - I cant stand it
Tango - Factor 5
Rythem Section - Perfect Love
DJ Phantasy & Gemini - Everybody is under the infulence
Sy Kick - The Journey
De Gabbers - Rubbish
Awesome 3 - Dont Go
Baby D Let me be your fantasy (Acen in wonderland mix)
Rotterdam Termination Source - Poing!
DJ Gizmo - Don't you want my lovin'






Oh Hey megarave!
Smoogie oh go on then:
Warnman I barely have checked out the Hardcore sounds of 1992, but following track seems to be a burner:


And I have a message for Scooter for the next decades: F U!
rafferty
quote:
Originally posted by Smoogie:
A while we was going to start the best tunes of every year which started from 1991 but we never got any further. So im going to suggest that you throw in your fvorites for the 1992

This is a good year for Old Skool, it got faster and more new ideas came about. It was also said to be the year we first got Gabber thanks to the Dutch. In fact even none Hardcore tunes from this year where good as well...

So here is my list of favorites, in no order:
Sy Kick - Nasty (Original and Remix)
Urban Hype - Trip to Trumpton
Terrorize - Its just a feeling
Xenophobia - Rushing The House
Tango - Can' Stop the Rush
Sy Kick - Up side
Synthesis - Lets get Together
Maniax - I cant stand it
Tango - Factor 5
Rythem Section - Perfect Love
DJ Phantasy & Gemini - Everybody is under the infulence
Sy Kick - The Journey
De Gabbers - Rubbish
Awesome 3 - Dont Go
Baby D Let me be your fantasy (Acen in wonderland mix)
Rotterdam Termination Source - Poing!
DJ Gizmo - Don't you want my lovin'





That is a big call saying tracks from 2012 are not as good as 1992. While there was great music back then. You can't stay stuck in the past.
Productions today are a million times better than back then. I'm no way dishing the people that produced in 92. They did amazing things for that time.
Music today is just way more complex and well mastered with better technology. Guys like Fracus and Darwin are doing some amazing Hardcore Breakbeat with the oldskool flavour, as well as Slipmatt, C*L*S*M and Entity. Check them out, I'm sure you'll be impressed:)

Ionosphere A totally unbiased choice for the best tune of 1992....?




Dys7
quote:
Originally posted by Ionosphere:
A totally unbiased choice for the best tune of 1992....?




Not bad for being two years old when you wrote it!
Ionosphere
quote:
Originally posted by Dys7:
Not bad for being two years old when you wrote it!



Haha, so you've checked. No, Ionosphere was 'born' in '90. ;)
Entity
Breakbeat Jon
quote:


That is a big call saying tracks from 2012 are not as good as 1992. While there was great music back then. You can't stay stuck in the past.
Productions today are a million times better than back then. I'm no way dishing the people that produced in 92. They did amazing things for that time.
Music today is just way more complex and well mastered with better technology. Guys like Fracus and Darwin are doing some amazing Hardcore Breakbeat with the oldskool flavour, as well as Slipmatt, C*L*S*M and Entity. Check them out, I'm sure you'll be impressed:)





I agree that production is a lot better now (although I don't think anybody around now comes close to Austin Reynolds, apart from maybe Hattrixx), however for me hardcore in 1992 was far more creative the music was better, and for me, that's more important than production. The sound was new, hadn't splintered into a million different sub genres. It was anything goes, from big reagge licks, techno hoovers, Italian house pianos, cartoon samples, hip hop breaks, so much was ground breaking back then. There is a lot of good stuff going on now as you point out, but presonally whilst a lot of tunes out now are ok, there's not much that really excites me like tunes did from 91 to 94. This could be my age, but I do think this was the golden age for hardcore. I disagree that music is more complex now, i'd probably say the opposite, everything is in a basic formula for dj friendly mixing and in general you know what a tune is going to do as soon as it starts.

djDMS I loved 1992, but unfortunately my head hurts with even the thought of trying to narrow all my favourites down to a list of reasonable length.
Hard2Get
quote:
Originally posted by Entity:




Absolute tune.
Hard2Get
quote:
Originally posted by Breakbeat Jon:
quote:


That is a big call saying tracks from 2012 are not as good as 1992. While there was great music back then. You can't stay stuck in the past.
Productions today are a million times better than back then. I'm no way dishing the people that produced in 92. They did amazing things for that time.
Music today is just way more complex and well mastered with better technology. Guys like Fracus and Darwin are doing some amazing Hardcore Breakbeat with the oldskool flavour, as well as Slipmatt, C*L*S*M and Entity. Check them out, I'm sure you'll be impressed:)





I agree that production is a lot better now (although I don't think anybody around now comes close to Austin Reynolds, apart from maybe Hattrixx), however for me hardcore in 1992 was far more creative the music was better, and for me, that's more important than production. The sound was new, hadn't splintered into a million different sub genres. It was anything goes, from big reagge licks, techno hoovers, Italian house pianos, cartoon samples, hip hop breaks, so much was ground breaking back then. There is a lot of good stuff going on now as you point out, but presonally whilst a lot of tunes out now are ok, there's not much that really excites me like tunes did from 91 to 94. This could be my age, but I do think this was the golden age for hardcore. I disagree that music is more complex now, i'd probably say the opposite, everything is in a basic formula for dj friendly mixing and in general you know what a tune is going to do as soon as it starts.





I'm not even as old as you and i think music now is just void of anything special. It's certainly not musically more complex, it's a lot less complex in that respect. It's been this way for ages. And it's not just Hardcore, it's all music. All the technology available means people don't really have to be creative or make much of an effort to get something that sounds professional.
djDMS While there's still a load of decent tunes around now, most of today's stuff lacks longevity - mainly because there's usually something very similar following close behind!

Today's music is great if you want a quick fix, not so good when you realise you won't listen to that bunch of tunes you just spent 50 quid on more than about 5 times! But, suppose that's how pretty much everything is these days.
Smoogie
quote:
Originally posted by Breakbeat Jon:
I agree that production is a lot better now (although I don't think anybody around now comes close to Austin Reynolds, apart from maybe Hattrixx), however for me hardcore in 1992 was far more creative the music was better, and for me, that's more important than production. The sound was new, hadn't splintered into a million different sub genres. It was anything goes, from big reagge licks, techno hoovers, Italian house pianos, cartoon samples, hip hop breaks, so much was ground breaking back then. There is a lot of good stuff going on now as you point out, but presonally whilst a lot of tunes out now are ok, there's not much that really excites me like tunes did from 91 to 94. This could be my age, but I do think this was the golden age for hardcore. I disagree that music is more complex now, i'd probably say the opposite, everything is in a basic formula for dj friendly mixing and in general you know what a tune is going to do as soon as it starts.



QFT [aprove]

The Doc
quote:
Originally posted by djDMS:
I loved 1992, but unfortunately my head hurts with even the thought of trying to narrow all my favourites down to a list of reasonable length.


same here, its why i liked tracks like the energizer series



Smoogie
The Doc A couple more belters from the best ever year of Hardcore



The Doc And this one is for you Smoogie



Smoogie
quote:
Originally posted by The Doc:
And this one is for you Smoogie







Sometimes volumes make the best tunes

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