Euromasters ‎– Alles Naar De Kl--te

Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT 009
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

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A1 Alles Naar De Kl--te (Rotterdam Mix) 3:04
A2 Alles Naar De Kl--te (Wij Doen Niet Mee Aan De Moduh) 2:35
A3 Alles Naar De Kl--te (250 BPM ~~ Oef!) 1:45
B1 Alles Naar De Kl--te ('K Dachgut Wel) 4:49
B2 Alles Naar De Kl--te (G.J. De Jong Mix) 2:45
B3 Alles Naar De Kl--te (250 BPM Remix By Dimitri)
Remix – Dimitri*
B4 Effe Luusteren (Boer Jansen Mix)
Remix – Boer Jansen

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Credits are listed in dutch:
"Verzonnen verziekt & verklooit door: Harm Reefboer & Teun Hooihouse in Studio De Reefschuur" which translates roughly to "Made, screwed up and fucked up by Harm Reefboer & Teun Hooihouse at Studio de Reefschuur"

Distribution by: Midtown Nederland
Distribution: USA Antwerp Belgium

Published by Peer Music/Never Mind

A-Side: 45 RPM
B-Side: 33 ⅓ RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ROT 009-A HCB873367.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ROT 009-B HCB873367.

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March 28, 2010
The second Euromasters release reflected the fact that house and techno were big city music styles, so the "band" disguised themselves as back country farmers on horseback ("hu peerd" in the intro) trying to get their house record plugged ("we also made a nice little house tune, you'd certainly like it...").

The main release spoofs DJ Dimitri (Kneppers), an Amsterdam house DJ who was very popular in Dutch clubland at the time this was recorded. He is offered to make a remix...
For the radio version, two popular Dutch radio jocks (Jeroen van Inkel en Erik de Zwart) are subject to a similar joke: playing the record on the radio...

When you listen to this "maximum number of distorted sounds per second" (as it was reviewed in several dance music magazines), you wouldn't believe the record actually charted. It entered the Dutch Top 40 November 1992, remaining there for 4 weeks and stalling at No. 30 (a feat DJ Dimitri never accomplished...).

Tip: (try to) listen to "Effe Luusteren" (which means "just listen") through an earphone...

The track is said to be giving the name of the Dutch movie "Naar De Klote" (1997), which is all about the Dutch house scene during the nineties. The track was remixed for the soundtrack and is played in the movie when a riot is going on and lots of vinyl records are trashed.


July 9, 2003
What can be said about this. It's completely of it's time. The cover work has been abused and used numerous time in the midwest (Milwaukee in particular).
Possibly one of the more annoying records to come out which is why it is beautiful and should be played a lot more.
Everything is bollocks.
and jumping around like a loon is okay.