Atari Teenage Riot ‎– 1995

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Originally entitled as "1995", ATR's first album was re-released in 1997 as "Delete Yourself!" with the same catalog number and identical content, but a different front cover and altered back cover artwork.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DHR LP 1 Atari Teenage Riot 1995(LP, Album) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) DHR LP 1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
DHR CD 1 Atari Teenage Riot 1995(CD, Album) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) DHR CD 1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
IRS 993.511, 7243 4 84191 2 5 Atari Teenage Riot 1995(CD, Album) Alternation (2), Alternation (2) IRS 993.511, 7243 4 84191 2 5 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
DHR CD 1 Atari Teenage Riot Delete Yourself!(CD, Album, RE) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) DHR CD 1 UK 1997 Sell This Version
DHR LP 1 Atari Teenage Riot Delete Yourself!(LP, Album, RE) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) DHR LP 1 UK 1997 Sell This Version
none Atari Teenage Riot Delete Yourself!(15xFile, FLAC, Album, RM) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) none 2012
none Atari Teenage Riot Delete Yourself!(15xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) none US 2012

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turntable_terrorist

turntable_terrorist

April 26, 2018
referencing 1995, LP, Album, DHR LP 1
This album changed my musical outlook the time i bought it in a second-hand shop- at the time i a teenager drowning in 2-bit punk and metal bands, and when i bought this album, something just clicked. Before the prodigy made the jump to blending rock with dance sounds, ATR was already pushing this envelope as early as 1993 with the perfect mix of 90s jungle, the ferocity of punk attitude and the brashness of 90s hip-hop. Starting off with the heavier than anything 'Start the riot' it sets the tone, before wading into more punkier efforts like "Into the death". Crack and Hanin compliment the lo-res production, with alec shouting a brand of slogans throughout. (this album also started empire's often comical sampling of the early 90s Streamline Manga UK dubs, which are littered throughout his early and later recordings.) there's also radio friendly stuff like the Sham 69 sampling Kids are United! and Atari teenage riot which kind of sound like 2 Unlimited if they had been influenced by the sex pistols. The relaxing Hanin solo cut "sex" is one sound you'd never hear from the ATR camp again. The live recordings are pretty good too and capture the energy of what a early ATR gig was like. ATR only proceeded to get more noisier with every release they put before their ultimately demise in 1999. I haven't bought anything the brixton album and like look at this album as a footnote that helped get into jungle and drum n bass, and more later in life breakcore. A great starter album for someone looking to get into Digital Hardcore.
noizstepper

noizstepper

December 13, 2009
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Delete Yourself!, LP, Album, RE, DHR LP 1
If someone would ever ask, which record I would recommend to get an idea what Breakcore is about, I would name this album! Also meantime there are much more mature outputs in this subculture. This is absolutely a time document!
DJ_WHiteout

DJ_WHiteout

February 29, 2008
referencing Delete Yourself!, CD, Album, RE, DHR CD 1

Im very fortunate to know my record stores owner and hes very fortunate to have a customer like me. So fortunate am i that he knows (judging by what records/cds i pick up the week before) what im intrested in and if i like it. This is the 3rd Cd that iv purchased by ATR and im never ever let down by thier songs. "Sex", "Hetzjagd ayf Nazis" and "Cyber Punks are dead" all got a 5 star rating on my itunes. once again this vibe that comes from them makes you want to yell scream and punch stuff, but in a good way.

4/5