DJ Ruffneck ‎– Fear Of A Ruff Planet II - The Quest For Justice

Gangsta Audiovisuals ‎– G 51-2
CD, Compilation, Mixed

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1 The New Breed (3) Flashback
Written-By – E.v.Kan*, P.v.Kerckhoven*, P.Sturm*
2 DJ Ruffneck The Enemy
Written-By – P.v.Kerckhoven*
3 Comababy Soul Eater Lvl. 13
Written-By – E.Uytenbroek*
4 P.v.Kerckhoven* The Arrival 0:07
5 Hyperion (5) Voodoo Magic
Written-By – E.Gommers*, R.Ceelen*
6 Myztic vs. Myrmidon Pop Goes Da Pistol
Written-By – A.Schoutrop*, E.v.Kan*
7 P.v.Kerckhoven* Enemy Territory 0:32
8 Trickster Express My Soul
Written-By – P.Sturm*
9 D'Spyre Frightnight
Written-By – P.v.Kerckhoven*
10 P.v.Kerckhoven* The Morning After ... 0:16
11 Nosferatu Karma
Written-By – E.v.Kan*
12 Comababy Rave Racer
Written-By – E.Uytenbroek*
13 P.v.Kerckhoven* Intruder Alert 0:08
14 Underc. Anarchist* Pull Tha Trigger
Written-By – P.v.Kerckhoven*
15 Syphax The Signal
Written-By – P.Sturm*
16 P.v.Kerckhoven* Mutation By Form 0:14
17 Knightvision Mindwar
Written-By – Knightvision
18 P.v.Kerckhoven* Last Rites... 0:14
19 DJ Ruffneck So Bright...
Written-By – P.v.Kerckhoven*
20 P.v.Kerckhoven* The Apocalypse...Or Is It? 0:19
21 P.Sturm* Farewell Ruffia 2:21

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"DJ Ruffneck Presentz: Fear Of A Ruff Planet II - The Quest For Justice"

Artist for tracks 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 18 and 20 is not listed, instead cover lists "- - -". Track 1 was released in 2005 on Cardiac Platinum Collection 01 credited to The New Breed.

Backside of inlay:

Fear Of A Ruff Planet II
The Quest For Justice


1998: After 3768 eons of war against opression and slavery DJ Ruffneck discovered there where "vultures" on his own planet. Even worse, they where members of the government that ruled his planet, during the time he was absent on his holy mission: the war for art-core, justice and the liberation of his people. He and his soldiers returned to the planet once more to fight for this goal. During this fight it became clear that nothing would ever be the same anymore.... ever! Now it was time for everybody to show their colors... Along the way they lost many soldiers. These traitors, who chose to be part of the other side, were cursed, excoriated or simply executed.... However, during this battle they also found out that the legends told by their ancesters where true!!! This legend tells of the magical mutation of transforming into the ultimate battle machine, needed to survive even the worst of events. And that is exactly what happened; no longer would these patriots be known as Ruff Soldiers, they became... Gangsta'z. This album tells some of the chants of this battle and is therefor called: the quest for justice.

Distributed by: Midtown Distribution Holland
©1998 cardiac prod. vof
made in holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: stemra
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCO PRESS G51-2 (98056202)



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January 10, 2005
edited over 16 years ago
For me this is one of the best hardcore (or artcore if you want) cd's ever made.

It was the closure of the Ruffneck era and the beginning of the Gangsta / Supreme Intelligence period.

There are 5 tracks on it that are a different.
Flashback is an intro of a few minutes in which a lot of ruffneck samples come back. A lot of atmosphere.
Frightnight is a slow darkcore track which was the follow-up of the Ruff Intelligence 3 vinyl.
So bright & Pull tha trigger are Drumm&Bass tracks.
Farewell Ruffia is one of the most beautifull tracks i ever heared. So much feelings and emotions come back in this track. It ain't hardcore, i'd call it ambient. It was made by P. Sturm, aka Syphax.
Tracks 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 18 and 20 are interludes, short tracks with a lot of creepy sounds.
Other Tracks are pure artcore.

The titles on the cd tel a story of the transformation from Ruffneck to Gangsta Audiovisuals.