Evil Maniax ‎– The Creators Of Hardcore

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Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT 034, Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT-034
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Smile Side
A1 We Are The Creators Of Hardcore (Rotterdam Mix) 5:17
A2 We Are The Creators Of Hardcore (Rob Gee Speed Mix)
Remix – Rob Gee
4:28
Flag Side
B1 Goddamn D.J. (DJ Paul Mix)
Remix – DJ Paul*
4:29
B2 4 X Funk (Bass In Ya Face) 4:57
B3 Powerfull Impact (Evil Remix) 4:52

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The Evil Maniax are the Nightmare From Rotterdamn.
Peace to the Rotterdam Gabber Posse!!!!

Made in Holland.

Smile Side: 45 RPM / Flag Side: 33 ⅓ RPM

Catalog number is listed on the cover as ROT 034 and on the center label as ROT-034

"We Are The Creators Of Hardcore" published by Forze Music/Termination Source Music,
"Goddamn D.J.", "4 X Funk" and "Powerfull Impact" published by Forze Music
Distribution by Midtown Distribution Rotterdam, Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 713299 000041
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8713299000041
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): ROT 034-A HCB874002
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): ROT 034-B HCB874002

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Jarren

Jarren

August 12, 2016
edited 7 months ago

The remix of We Are The Creators Of Hardcore is one of Rob Gee's best, in my opinion.

So typically his style, that kind of Metal-infused Gabber but with a funny edge.

The original mix is perhaps still the better of the two though, the vocals spit true hardcore and the production is very intelligent.

The Paul Elstak remix of Goddamn DJ is very bouncy, almost Scott Brown in style. I guess that's no surprise, given how close Scotland was with Holland in this period.

It's a great wee track, definitely one to keep the crowd going.

4X Funk almost immediately flips your expectations into outer space. A 165-ish tempo, but breakbeat!

Some very cool sirens blast consistently in the background while cheeky rap samples fly in & out, and then it all drops into a classic '92 UK Rave vibe!

Wow, what a track and what a surprise.

And finally we get Powerful Impact. A brutal, breakbeat rave track with a rasping, evil '91 riff and lasergun acid.

Oh, and a very cheeky sample of Compnded.

Overall, this 12" is highly recommended. It's incredible that you get such amazing Breakbeat rave tracks from Holland in 1994, when the vast majority of that style was definitely confined to England around '91-'93.