Ron D Core ‎– Psychotic Episodes: The Mad Doctor

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V-Wax Inc ‎– VWX023-2
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  • Barcode (Scan): 614268002326
  • Barcode (Text): 6 1426800232 6
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI L792 166880-W1-8225-A *VWX023*
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 and 2): IFPI L792
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2D4F
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2D3B

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VWX023-2, VWX023-4 Ron D Core Psychotic Episodes: The Mad Doctor(Cass, Mixed) V-Wax Inc, V-Wax Inc VWX023-2, VWX023-4 US 1998 Sell This Version

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FuckDeepHouse

FuckDeepHouse

February 6, 2004

What can be said of the masterpiece of postmodern aural assault that is PSYCHOTIC EPISODES: THE MAD DOCTOR. Open the cover, read the liner notes, and your eyes are immediately assaulted by craven images of bound, gagged women in various stages of bondage. Track #1, "Intellectual Killer," instantly acquaints the listener with the given tone of social depravity, violent imagery and sick sexual fetishism that is in store. Listen more, and your cerebellum is gradually pounded into submission, as THE MAD DOCTOR takes you on a guided tour through Hardcore Hell. Be sure along the way to take stops at tracks like "Bruce Is The Shit," which sounds like a hardcore homage to Enter the Dragon. But wait.... 28 more minutes of bone-throbbing, head-pounding gristle-chewing hardcore still to go, including the sick "i'll kill you boy" and always offensive "u.k. skullfuck."

Here's to you, Ron D. Core. You bashed my head open, scooped out my brains, and replaced them with pure hardcore aggression.
Acceleratedbeats

Acceleratedbeats

December 3, 2003

Well, if you're looking for insane music, this is the place. First quarter of the cd is pretty much well-mixed/scratched gabber. Later in the mix, the music takes a turn for the worse, morphing into an assult of machine noises and metal guitars with deep heavy bass lines at what seems like 250bpm. Overall, if the situation calls for staying awake, ie. driving, or mood dictates high energy abusive music, Ron-D-Core is the man to turn to. This album showcases his talent and style in big ways.