Bodylotion ‎– Bodylotion IV

Terror Traxx ‎– TT 28
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Companies, etc.



"Always Hardcore" uses elements of "Alive" by Pearl Jam
"Rip The Wheels" uses elements of "I Wanna Rock" by Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince

"Can't Stop" uses elements of "Testa Don't Stop" by Z100

"Something For You" uses elements of "Baraonda" by Ramirez
Distribution: Midtown Distribution.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): TT28-A HCB874819
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): TT28-B HCB874819
  • Rights Society: BIEM-STEMRA


Reviews Show All 3 Reviews

Add Review



November 7, 2008
Bodylotion explicitly mentions Homo's for A1 is Hobo's when they appear live. They really say Homo's and not Hobo's. They claimed the use of Homo's wasn't allowed but in fact they did this to prevent a lawsuit of any kind. Purely for and on the record. Like a lot of stuff from Neophyte they like to stir things up but this 'B thing' must have intentially been done to try keep things calm. It didn't resist us from singing the song in Amsterdam city after a Hellraiser party in 1996 when we struck upon a pink feathered gay. Actually the track was created to make a stance against the upcoming Happy Hardcore and not specificly against gay people. Still a bit contradictive considering they created a happy hardcore mix of "Always Hardcore" a few months later..


January 14, 2004

Happy is voor hobo's was meant to be: Happy is voor homo's (gays)... But it turned out that it could not be released that way, so they changed the name. In the following live appearances Neophyte himself stresses the B in hobo's for fun, knowing that the crowd is shouting: hoMo's!
Neophyte always knows to do something original with new tracks!


September 9, 2003

4th Part of the Bodylotion Series, well actually the third hehe.. Since Bodylotion III was never made :p