N.R.G. ‎– The Hardcore EP

Label:
Chill ‎– TUV 21
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

A1 He Never Lost His Hardcore 5:00
A2 It's Ruff 4:38
B1 The Music Makers 5:29
B2 Funky In The Place 5:06

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Published by Chill Music
℗ & © 1992 Chill Music
Made in England

Track A samples:
Vocal from Ice-T - Intro/Rhyme Pays
Vocal from Sir Mix-A-Lot - Square Dance Rap (Live at UK Fresh)

Track B1 samples:
Dialogue from the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021995 002164
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 21 A1 SIMON . THE EXCHANGE DAMONT OLD SCHOOL TIMES
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 21 B1 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE DAMONT

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earwax7

earwax7

December 31, 2015
This is an all round classic 4 tunes all demanding a listen and all taking you in different directions,the order is dance floor drum and base or high energy rave I used to cane this back in the day
brett.smith3

brett.smith3

December 9, 2015
N.R.G 'He Never Lost His Hardcore' is known to be one of Christopher Howell's Luna-C's all time favourite hardcore tracks ;)
tangee

tangee

July 30, 2015
edited 6 months ago
Funky In The Place is a tune that has something about it, when I play it I feel just like I did in 1992, its a nicely different tune, can't really explain it, suffice as to say It's Ruff is a quality tune too but Funky In The Place is a little gem..only my thought's of course..
sashaiscool1

sashaiscool1

February 17, 2012

its ruff IS the greatest track ever , there can not be any doubt ,surely!!! amazing ,awesome basslines, and very ,very catchy bleeps ,, amazing , a must have for any serious d&b hardcore jungle bass massive old school skool geezers out there
CHAINSAW

CHAINSAW

March 1, 2004

The A2 Track of this release contains composed music with a piano track wich is hijacked from an original piece of a great componist Mozart.Very Happy and Classic. A must for a classic house collector.Can't describe it,You should hear this masterpiece of music.
The track "he never lost his hardcore is also a very great classic of 1992.Still today everbody goes wild when hearing this track. A great album of the early 90's.
social

social

June 8, 2003

'He Never Lost His Hardcore' is an absolutely hilarious piece of music. Hasn't aged well. Guaranteed to make you giggle, or cringe in horror, depending on whether or not your able to laugh at your former self. Kinda like straight-laced yuppies flipping through yesterday's tie-dyed, bellbottom photos.