Have A Few... Get Some* ‎– Have A Few... Get Some

Addict Records ‎– Addict Records 07
2 × Vinyl, 12", Album, 33 ⅓ RPM

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Addict Records 07 Have A Few... Get Some* Have A Few... Get Some(2x12", Album, W/Lbl) Addict Records Addict Records 07 US 2002 Sell This Version
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February 18, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
The only thing better than this record is the super limited edition cd released prior, as it has more tracks and a better overall flow. I still wish they had released a 4 record set to put it all on there.


April 6, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Not only quite possibly but definately the finest full length album produced in the short but golden era of Breakcore. Very sad that it was overseen by the 'scene'. The reason for this might be that it is nearly impossible to beatmatch in a set. Changing tempos and playing with blueprints of numerous genres wasn't easy to handle for the average distorted-amen-DJ calling themselves 'Breakcore DJs'. But wasn't the abrasive and vile handling of conventions what made Breakcore interesting, alive and fresh?! To quote the review below: 'This ain't your mama's drum-n-bass! Or punk. Or rock. Or Heavy Metal.....' - it's all of it at once!! Reconsider guys and give this a listen.

The only thing that makes me cringe every time when I listen to this record is an excerpt of a speech by Goebbels hidden underneath soundcollages in the opening track. Well, as I said, abrasive and vile ... Still the only record I know of where a brainsick NS criminal appears together with poor Patrick Swayze.

On a side note, Doormouse said in an interview in 2006 that he himself still has about 100 copies in his parents basement. Sad story for such a milestone of beautifully composed garbage.


April 26, 2004

Yeah, come on you fuckin' pussies! Listen to something different for a change! Even if the music makes you start biting your nails and your heart starts palpitating, you'll at least start laughing your ass off when you hear all the ways the HAFGS team ridicules poor Patrick Swayze. I mean, they have managed to ondo everything Hollywood has done for nearly two decades to bolster Patrick Swayze's image as a real man's man. Listen closer, Swayze is really the ultimate poser, and it took two loonies from south-central Wisconsin to prove it to the world! This is what the world of electronic music can use every now and again - a fresh approach. This ain't your mama's drum-n-bass! Or punk. Or rock. Or Heavy Metal.....


July 5, 2003

This isn't a Doormouse record, it's actually a collaboration between Josh Anonymous and Abelcain. Truly brilliant material that flies through genres like Patrick Swayze dropping out of an airplane without a parachute in Point Break. Must be heard to be believed... Quite possibly the finest full-length hardcore album to be released in North America.