Distortion* & MC R.A.W. vs Bass-D & King Matthew ‎– Raveworld

Label:
Megarave Records ‎– MRV 002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Raveworld 6:00
B Lost Zehn 5:33

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Notes

Publishing: E.A. Dorwart & M. Hazeleger: A & A
Publishing: Organizer & Peroti: Arcade
Distribution by MidTown.

A side has a duration of 5:40 printed on label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BUMA-STEMRA
  • Other (Manufacturer ID on labels): 08-027943-20
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 08 27943 20 1A1 MRV 2
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 08 27943 20 1B1 MRV 2

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discogsharry

discogsharry

March 23, 2018

another version of the classic pcp stable Pilldriver Pitchhiker and i like to mix them together even changing the records around a bit for a big length tune, that is actually 2 tunes...absolute classic...scooter also done a hardtrance version that is excellent but not really mixable with the 2 of these dark monsters...im a big vinyl collector for nearly 20 years now of the 93-2003 all forms of hardtrance german uk belgium etc and all the dutch non cheesy hardcore knor ruffneck terrortrexx etc and i also dj but im just a vinyl addict, if i ike it and its in my styles i have to have it on vinyl, end of story my main account on here im locked out of with 5,500 records not a shit one among them all handpicked, i never keep a vinyl if i dont like it 100% and ive recently resigned to the fact that as a man in his 40s who obv did my raving in the glory days early-late 90s that i will be a vinyl collector forever! Thanks God i have most of my expensive and rare records already like some Bonzais/MMTTs/Deathchants etc but i still have 5,00ish vinyls in my old account wantslist (i can access it, but not add or make changes etc but that doersnt help when im buying vinyls and as some of my collection is not sorted and catalogued i dont know whether i have that vinyl or not, so i must wait until the day i can go on the horrible task of transferring the collection completely to this account) enough shit talk, im mainly a hardtrancer from the mid-late 90s and have all the vinyls except for theodd unobtainable ones like Atoom Records etc and im ready to collect forever...i dont play cd's i like only vinyl (to collect and also its more of a challenge as any vinyl i mix is atleast 15 yrs old but mostly 20-25 yrs old so there can be issues and many labels were just out to make money, shit pressings/low sound/obv inevitable with old vinyls skips and stuff but i like the challenge of the mix and i like the way my mountains of vinyl look, they make me happy) my favourite DJs/Producers are Gary D/DJ Dean-Tunnel/DJ X Ray & DJ Sci (N Ireland) Mark EG DJ M Zone DJ Dolphin DJ 3-Dom The Producer-(Luke) Chris Liberator Geezer-Guy Mc Affer (live sets) Marc Trauner (90s sets) Dave The Drummer (before he went to soft techno) Blu Peter in the 90s/Carl Cox-til 2000ish when he slowed it down etc basically underfround and hard (for the feet or the mind) Only a very limited few of my liked labels do a few vinyls here and there now, which is sad, but understandable and much easir for the djs...little folder of CDs vs 2-3 big boxes of heavy vinyls plus the cost and instant availability of MP3 etc...i just like vinyl, but if i was playing out regularly these days i would defo use CDJs myself...no contest...but i just do it for my hobbie now and always have big smile when the postal service knock the door witha package from wherever in the world!