Rude Awakening ‎– Forward Observer

The Third Movement ‎– T3RDM 0050
CD, Album


CD-1 For The Land Unseen 1:37
CD-2 Sprinkling Gunpowder 5:24
CD-3 False Sense Of Security 5:12
CD-4 Give It To You r_AW 4:12
CD-5 Forward Observer 5:39
CD-6 Confrontation 5:05
CD-7 Rude Manners For A Rude Planet 5:25
CD-8 I Like It r_AW 3:54
CD-9 What Have I Left Undone 6:10
CD-10 Lecture On Progress 4:50
CD-11 Anything But Ordinary 5:36
CD-12 r_AW And Uncut 3:45
CD-13.a Hummerstuntin' 5:50
CD-13.b (silence) 1:56
CD-13.c Untitled 6:19
DVD-1 Rude Manners For A Rude Planet 2:43
DVD-2 Rude Awakening 5:39
DVD-3 Means To An End 1:12
DVD-4 Give It To You r_AW 4:19
DVD-5 Personal Politics 5:12
DVD-6 Sprinkling Gunpowder 6:26
DVD-7 False Sense Of Security 2:56
DVD-8 Forward Observer 5:04
DVD-9 What Have I Left Undone 5:07
DVD-10 Revolting Against 1:18
DVD-11 Hummerstuntin' 5:42
DVD-12 r_AW And Uncut 0:56



Comes in a Super Jewel Box Plus One/Two.

13.c is a hidden track not listed on the release, on the same physical track as "Hummerstuntin'". Both tracks are separated by a 1m46 long silence.

DVD contains footage of several partys like Mysteryland, Club r_AW and others. It also include an interview with Sebastian Hoff.

(p) & (c) 2005 The Third Movement.
Publishing: TMS-Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 717472 370631
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): DOCdata THIRD T3RDM 0050
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): DVD DOCdata THIRD T3RDM 0050-2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 3614
  • Mould SID Code (DVD): IFPI 3623
  • Rights Society: BIEM | STEMRA

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AUDIOGPKGCD27, PKGCD27 Rude Awakening Forward Observer(CD, Album) Audiogenic, Audiogenic AUDIOGPKGCD27, PKGCD27 France 2005 Sell This Version
PKGCD27 Rude Awakening Forward Observer(CD, Album) Psychik Genocide PKGCD27 France 2006 Sell This Version
T3RDM 0050 Rude Awakening Forward Observer(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM 0050 Netherlands Unknown



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April 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

As Rude Awakening, the alter-ego for DJ Promo, he cuts loose the bounds of the mainstream hardcore. I personally think that DJ Promo is one of the major (and one of the best) promotors of hardcore and it is due to him, amongst others, that hardcore has recovered from the 'commercialisation' a few years ago.

His Rude Awakening projects stands for a mixture of hard industrial techno and hardcore. This album pushes further those boundaries as on the album next to raw pounding techno tracks there are more breakbeat and electro-like tracks. The only thing all tracks have in common is that typical Rude Awakening raw industrial sound.

This definitely puts hardcore forward as a form of electronic music with balls and intelligence, and I hope more people will see hardcore to be taken a bit more serious than the standard harcore tracks that we heard a few years ago....

forward ever, backward never....