Human Resource And DJ Reyes* ‎– Thunderdome - The Megamix Of Thunderdome 1-5!

Arcade ‎– 9902205, Arcade ‎– 99 02205
Thunderdome – The Megamix Of Thunderdome 1-5!
CD, Mixed

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1 T.C.M.* Intro - The Angel Of Thunder
Engineer – Terrifying Danceability*Producer, Mixed By – "Brain Crushing" Cowboy*, "Eardrum Bursting" Thimbles*, "Love Blood Boiling" Mr. Ladies*Voice [Uncredited] – Colin Scott
2 Hocus Pocus Here's Johnny
Written-By – Qbrick, XTRO
3 Too Fast For Mellow In My House
Written-By – Groeneveld*, Elstak*
4 DJ Hooligan B.O.T.T.R.O.P.
Written-By – Tomiczek*, Kays*
5 T.N.T. Brainwashkiller
Written-By – V. Dongen*
6 DJ Rob Boy's Interface
Written-By – Jansen*
7 Nightraver* So
Written-By – V.D. Heiden*, Hart*
8 DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo* DJ Fuck
Written-By – Lownoise / Mentheo*
9 Vicious Delicious Hocus Pocus
Written-By – Qbrick, XTRO
10 Thunderball Bonzai Channel One
Written-By – Vervloet*, Boux*
11 Ilsa Gold Up
Written-By – Ilsa Gold
12 S.V.E.N. II* Cranium Accelleration
Written-By – Julio (4)
13 Hard Attack Bonehead
Written-By – Elstak*
14 T.N.T. Kiss The Ground
Written-By – V. Dongen*
15 Simstim Basic Loudness
Written-By – Brinkman*
16 Jean & Seabart* Right Is Wrong
Written-By – Doeland*, Elkabas*
17 Bald Terror Drummachine
Written-By – Elstak*
18 Neophyte Mickey
Written-By – Greten*, Streunding*, Roon*
19 Vitamin Cosmic Trash
Written-By – D. Leeflang*
20 Lenny Dee Fuckin' Hostile
Written-By – Lenny Dee
21 Rexanthony For You Marlene (New Deutschland Version)
Written-By – Nurton*, Pinosa*, Rex*
22 DJ Rob & MC Joe The Beat Is Flown
Written-By – Jansen*
23 Ramirez El Gallinero
Written-By – Rizzati*, Moratto*, Persi*
24 Neophyte Recession
Written-By – Greten*, Streunding*, Roon*
25 Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Verrotted
Written-By – Lownoise / Mentheo*
26 Ilsa Gold Silke (Speedfreak Remix)
Remix – Speedfreak*Written-By – Ilsa Gold
27 Hardliners Motherfuckin' Breakbeat
Written-By – Shimrot, Sumic
28 T.C.M.* Middle Chill - Enjoying The Nightmare?
Engineer – Terrifying Danceability*Producer, Mixed By – "Brain Crushing" Cowboy*, "Eardrum Bursting" Thimbles*, "Love Blood Boiling" Mr. Ladies*Voice [Uncredited] – Colin Scott
29 DJ Dano Welcome To The Thunderdome
Written-By – Leeflang*, Z'EV
30 DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo* The Ultimate Sextrack
Written-By – Lownoise / Mentheo*
31 Rob Gee & Repete* & MC Romeo Riot In N.Y. (Original Mix)
Written-By – Repete*, Rob Gee
32 Sauerkraut They're Back
Written-By – Brainz (3)
33 Speedloader Fuckin' Speedloader
Written-By – Boon*
34 Square Demensionne* Brand New Dance
Written-By – Salee*
35 Sorcerer Summer
Written-By – Kirwa*
36 Human Resource Fuck Them (Special Remix For Thunderdome)
Written-By – Pernet*, Mahu*
37 Housepimps* Get The Hook (Ilsa Gold Remix)
Remix – Ilsa GoldWritten-By – Larron*, D'Acido*
38 Citrus Fascination
Written-By – Dave Charlesworth
39 Ramirez Terapia (DJ Ricci Remix)
Remix – DJ RicciWritten-By – Rizzati*, Moratto*, Persi*
40 The Wasteland* Is It Acceptable ?
Written-By – Schrevel*
41 Dream Your Dream Soushkin
Written-By – Boux*, Reynders*
42 Kuadra La Onda (La Onda De Einstein Mix)
Written-By – Zennaro*, Zafret*, Portaluri*
43 Bardot Viva La Revolution
Written-By – Bolthianni, Delgailli
44 Program 1 World's Famous MF
Written-By – The Mover
45 Terra Wan.* Caramba (Dance To Dis)
Written-By – V. Gills*, Rollocks*, Van Dongen*
46 Scarface I'll Take You All To Fuckin' Hell
Written-By – Boon*
47 D&F* Buzz Click
Written-By – Schouwenburg*, Brunings*
48 Riot Squad Nonshlen Tustokken (Ode To Vortex)
Written-By – Rob Gee
49 Omar Santana Step The Fuck Back
Written-By – Omar Santana
50 T.O.P.D.R.O.P. Achtung! (Speedcity Remix)
Remix – Charly Lownoise & Mental TheoWritten-By – F. Salee*
51 The Prophet Dominatin' (Remix)
Written-By – D. Elkabas*
52 DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo* The Bird
Written-By – Lownoise / Mentheo*
53 The Dreamteam 3 The Hard Way
Written-By – Vos*
54 Swat* The Fly Is Dead
Written-By – Flip Vanderputte, Prince Peration
55 T.C.M.* Outro - Sleep Well, If You Can...
Engineer – Terrifying Danceability*Producer, Mixed By – "Brain Crushing" Cowboy*, "Eardrum Bursting" Thimbles*, "Love Blood Boiling" Mr. Ladies*Voice [Uncredited] – Colin Scott



Comes with multiple paged booklet. Also available with simple fold-out booklet and different designs.

This compilation ℗ 1994 © 1994 Arcade International.

Total time: 64:22

T.C.M. tracks are produced and mixed during a "headwrecking night". Engineered in his slimy caves............

The artist for Track 1, 28 and 55 is only mentioned on inlay.
Track 5 uses elements from the version that previously appeared on Thunderdome II.
Track 17 is erroneously listed as "DJ Paul - Drummachine"
Track 20 was also released with Fuckin Hostile or DJ Skinhead as artist name.
Track 25 is erroneously listed as "Blast E.P. - Verrotted"
Track 31 is erroneously listed as "Rob Gee / Charly Lownoise / Repete / Mental Theo - Riot In N.Y."
Order of tracks 34 and 35 is swapped on the sleeve.
Track 39 is incompletely listed without mix title.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 712686 022055
  • Matrix / Runout: 9902205 23 B4
  • Label Code: LC 5896
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other (Price Code): PC 01


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September 2, 2013
It's a classic megamix.


April 12, 2012
one of the best megamix cd's on this planet

here is introduction speech :)
For all you newborn Hardcore fans,
this is what you miss so far.
The Thunderdome Megamix, from then until now and even blasting into the future,
the beast of Thunderdome.
The angel of thunder.
will demolish your nervs and boil blood.

This Megamix master is gonna burst your eardrums and change your LIFE.

The angel of thunder is gonna take you back to the primeval birth of Hardcore
back to the days when the new born Hardcore Creature lose the slime that Terrorfied your world.
Now it's to late, it's Mayday, Mayday, Theyday!


September 1, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
Back in the day when my friend and i took this home, we couldnt believe the amount of songs that were on it. Every song is a classic and part of my collection (bar few).

The problem with this album is that every song is too good, that is why it seems to drag on a bit, there are no troughs just constant peaks. Apart from the interludes.

HR and Reyes were and have achieved the best megamix of every top tune that was ever made. It is too neat but this is because they probably had all these little mixes but couldnt get them together the way they wanted (some songs are only on for 20 secs) virtually impossible no matter how good you are on the decks.

This CD is one of the best around, although you cannot beat a live mix from a DJ/PA there is no denying that this is the way these songs were meant to be put together.

Human Resource are very tidy and i have a few more cassettes with them on it which are all exactly the same. This is just the way these people are and that is why they are so good at both mixing and producing. They were using basic technology and creating stuff like this when everyone around them was struggling with a set of 1210s.


December 19, 2005
edited over 6 years ago

A lot has been said about this release already, but let me share my opinion too please. I can call it the best hardcore mix I ever heard if you want. I can call it an optimum computer mix & match result, or I can call it an awesome trip in old school hardcore. Whatever it is, this megamix rules out, and it’s strange that ID&T never tried another like this again. Ok, you might say that similar mixes came out in the Best of Thunderdome 1->10, Best of ’96, ’97 and ’98, but certainly these don’t sound like this one. Either Human Resource and Reyes are too good, or ID&T didn’t care about polishing much its megamixes in the Best of series.

Whatever it is, this mix remains incomparable. Perhaps a professional DJ will not appreciate it much for being too polished, and that every track is exactly fine tuned to match the others by obvious computer techniques. But who cares about that!

The mix is around 64 minutes long, and we have 55 tracks – what if it had been done as an 80 minute mix with more tracks?

A recent (2004) similar mix with >50 tracks in around 65 minutes is The Cycore megamix by The Speed Freak. Try that one too!


June 28, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This one is really the best... probably the best Thunderdome to date. I am glad they did not mix this one live... Brutally speeded up in many tracks, it chatches the oldskool feeling perfectly, while giving it the brutal sound of Hardcore. Fast, oldskool, energy concentrate... This is the meaning of Rave unto itself... a Hardcore classic, that compilations like House Party 10 tried to copy... they *almost* did it! But this is the original. Many people got into Hardcore by this particular CD with such a nice, sweet, cover... :P
You'll hear some of the finest old hardcore ever, but blended and mixed in a way no one had done until then... in the end of the album, it's plain Speedcore constructed from Oldskool material. Layers and layers of sound prove this was a digital mix, yet a nice one... not too smooth, but not too rough. The beats are from each track (unlike what was said) from each track, and yet they blend ok.
As for the intro, "midtro" and outro... no comments!... too good to be true!
This one is the return to the source of Hardcore... a lesson from the past into the future...
"... and even blasting into the future!"


March 23, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
All in all this is a relatively fun cd with a great trackselection if you're into hardcore, but it looses lots of its potential because of the way it was mixed. Like it was already mentioned track riffs are layered and mixed over the same kick throughout the mix. The kick (a classic Human Resource one) is great, but it doesn't blend well with some riffs (throws off the track balance and makes the track sound weird) and no matter how great it is, it surely gets boring waaay before the end of the mix. Some tracks are also sped up too much and again sound weird. What's most disturbing is that although this is obviously an offline mix, digitally edited, some mixes are surprisingly not all that smooth.

If you want to hear what this cd could and should sound like get yourself "House Party 10 - The Hardcore Mix". A similar mix concept, with a similar tracklist and even a similar intro, middle chill & outro, but done the way it's supposed to be done.


March 2, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
I felt a bit cheated when I listen to this CD. MOst of the tracks on here bear much resemblance to the originals in sound and structure. In almost every case the keyboards, samples, melodies etc of the original tracks have been layered of the same kick drum right the way through. This mix was very obviously digitally mixed and edited and is much too clinical and polished for my liking.


September 18, 2002

Gabber at its heaviest & finest. Mixed by the legends Human Resource & DJ Reyes. Every track takes you to the point in time as Old Skool, & the rave era in general began splitting into sub genres. Feel the Rotterdam & Amsterdam influence of this well produced mix with some special Thinderdome remixes included. feel the bass!


June 22, 2002
Fu** me ! man go buy this cd! it's a one off comp of the best to have dreamed and inspire us to dream. The artists on this cd: are some of the finest i have hear'd since dance started way back in the warehouse days, keeping the sorce alive and coninuing to feed us all with the energie we all know and love, and furthermore, keeping the dream alive.

buy it and return to the sorce. Feel the energie and force.

Peace and harcore nights to yezall..