R.Wagner* ‎– The Powerjam

Dom Records ‎– DOM-009, Dom Records ‎– DOM009
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 Powerjam 3:54
A2 Eclypse 4:59
B1 Get You Some More 3:41
B2 Listen Carefully 5:45

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Made in Utrecht, Holland
Sleeve: (c) 1996 DOM Records
Cover (C) 1996 M. v. Baggum 4 T-Zone deSign

Record: (c) 1996 Twist Records

A1 is at 198 bpm | B1 is at 198 bpm
A2 is at 208 bpm | B2 is at 196 bpm

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA


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August 9, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
A bona-fide anthem and probably one of THE hardcore/hardtrance tracks of the mid nineties, firmly set as an anthem both for me and for the event I ran (uprising, Sheffield). Robin confirmed the incorrect assignation of the stand-out track on here; It is neither LC or Powerjam, but in fact Eclypse that was mis-labelled. A 5/5 rating no question!


April 6, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

the ultimate hardtrance tune surpassing gates of hell/forgotten moments and as good as flowers of intelligence in regard to hardcorehardtrance tunes...all spun by the producer/clarkee etc...one of the most memorable tunes of the technodrome mid 90's era.....................proper hardcorehardtrance in the place circa 1996..............................


December 6, 2011

another 5/5...this along with komakino - outface are my 2 most treasured vinyls that i own,if you like gabber with an emotional twist wich r.wagner achieved by incorperating trance into the track then buy this vinyl


May 26, 2011
According to R. Wagner himself when he was active on discogs a few years ago:
'The funny thing of this gabber"hit" is that the names were switched...Listen Carefully isnt even on the record and the name of "LC" was originally Eclipse... Hehe...'


March 18, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Oh my god!

If only the other gabber producers back in the day took influence from the Hardtrance scene like this guy did then we'd have blinding selection of hardtrance infused gabber like B2 on this EP. Such was the impact of this tune when it was first played, several of the DJs in the UK lucky enough to get a test press covered over the artists name so the observant/wannabe ravers/DJs could not see who it was produced by. Just so they could keep it exclusive that bit longer.

A legendary tune.


July 15, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
The B2 track 'Listen Carefully' is the reason why a fair number of people have this on their wantslist. A tune with a classical riff in the breakdown which sends everyone nuts. Like 'Jiiieeehaa' or 'Name of the DJ' this is one track a DJ can whip out to get people going.