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Loz_e
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Posted - 2006/07/12 :  19:51:38  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Loz_e's homepage  Reply with quote
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Originally posted by Loz_e:
I just think that alot of decent and deserving producers have been overlooked.



Welcome to the world of the Hardcore album mate!






the thing is, i thought those days were drawing to a close, with Bonkers/Hardcore Heaven/Hardcore Reunited all upping their game when it comes to this.

Its seems to me there are 3 compilations that are stuck in the dark ages and stick to the 'larger' labels. Clubland xtreme hardcore (obvious reasons!)Helter Skelter presents....(not really aimed at showing off the best talent of todays scene) and Hardcore Nation, who shoudl really know better!


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Al Twisted
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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  02:02:35  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Al Twisted's homepage  Reply with quote
Looks Great. All three CDs. think it will piss on other albums tbh



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Orbit1
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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  03:26:04  Show profile View artist profile  Send a private message  Visit Orbit1's homepage  Reply with quote
Certainly looks more diverse than some other CDs out at the moment.

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kayaus22
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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  06:09:15  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit kayaus22's homepage  Reply with quote
^^^ i would agree
thats why i like the Hardcore Nations.

u cant possible sit there and diss HN when bonkers and clubland extreme..what its called have umm..just as many remixes. that are not only mostly boring, but extremely slow. vocal club music 160bpms is not hardcore.


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Loz_e
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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  08:22:39  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Loz_e's homepage  Reply with quote
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Originally posted by kayaus22:
^^^ i would agree
thats why i like the Hardcore Nations.

u cant possible sit there and diss HN when bonkers and clubland extreme..what its called have umm..just as many remixes. that are not only mostly boring, but extremely slow. vocal club music 160bpms is not hardcore.



CLXH is gonn b like that because a) its clubland i.e will only stick to commercial, poppy stuff i.e raverbaby. and b) because it is mixed by 3 djs, from 1 label, all playing the same style.

Bonkers has got better the past few vol's, on vol 16, its was only hixxy and recons cd that really. if you take a look at sharkeys & clsm mix's, there are shit loads of new producers, and gammers tracks on cd3 are real varied to!!




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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  09:32:14  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Underloop's homepage  Reply with quote
Since when was DMS a retailer?

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Posted - 2006/07/13 :  09:49:22  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit djDMS's homepage  Reply with quote
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Since when was DMS a retailer?



Nicely done


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SCOOTHTID
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  01:08:36  Show profile  Send a private message  Reply with quote
looking forward to this :) luved the first 2

nu foundation - taking my time (remix)

cant wait :) luved the original


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silver
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  02:44:30  Show profile View artist profile  Send a private message  Visit silver's homepage  Reply with quote
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Since when was DMS a retailer?



Play.com released it.


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jenks
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  04:30:19  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit jenks's homepage  Reply with quote
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Originally posted by kayaus22:
^^^ i would agree
thats why i like the Hardcore Nations.

u cant possible sit there and diss HN when bonkers and clubland extreme..what its called have umm..just as many remixes. that are not only mostly boring, but extremely slow. vocal club music 160bpms is not hardcore.



It's a good job none of them were mixed at that speed then isn't it!


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kayaus22
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  05:04:32  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit kayaus22's homepage  Reply with quote
pretty dang close
admit it or not, raverbabys are getting slower and slower.
listen to castles (raver baby 3) then listen to elements (raver baby 5,432)


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Orbit1
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  05:22:39  Show profile View artist profile  Send a private message  Visit Orbit1's homepage  Reply with quote
I dont know why people care about bpm on any medium. You can always stick it into a cdjay and play is whatever speed you like, or rip it and slow it down.

I don't care if this cd was at 140bpm, it looks good.


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Munnzzz
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  14:32:12  Show profile  Send a private message  Reply with quote
I think it looks realli gd, lots of DJ Gammer on there as well! Much better better cover than on HN2 altho tht wasnt realli to hard to achieve!



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whittle1
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  17:57:30  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit whittle1's homepage  Reply with quote
Tracklist looks okay. CD1 looks the best, CD2 i've already heard many of those tracks, on CD3, well i'm not a big fan of Robbie Long's mixes or sets but of course i'll give it a chance.

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warped_candykid
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Posted - 2006/07/14 :  19:57:11  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit warped_candykid's homepage  Reply with quote
Well, the speed is one of the biggest elements of Hardcore. It's what sets it apart from the rest. Brisk is my hero, he always has a nice fast mix. I mean, if its not going to be around 170 BPM or faster....then why not go ahead and just slap a Trance label over the Hardcore name!

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