The DJ Producer ‎– Nitemare On B-Kore Street

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Storm Breaks ‎– SBREAKS961
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Tracklist

A1 Get Retarded
A2 Urban Decay
B1 Signal Confirmed
B2 Unorderly Throwdown

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Notes

This is the original release of "Signal Confirmed" later re-released on Rebel Scum as a mixes project.

Track A1 samples:
Vocal from Roxanne Shante ft. Biz Markie - Def Fresh Crew

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Grindmonster

Grindmonster

February 27, 2015
saxenhammer, did Producer claim to have created the breakcore genre??
It's clear from any comments/remarks he's ever made about the scene that he has huge respect for all his influences, so I doubt it.
That said, he did bring breakbeats into hardcore techno in a new and more creative way than ever before.
djh34

djh34

July 15, 2014

the best ep the producer has released in my humble opinion all 4 tracks of the highest quality, signal indeed confirmed!
saxenhammer

saxenhammer

January 5, 2013
This has some breakbeats on it, but in the main it is just a 4/4 hardcore record. The idea that the man himself would like to take credit for creating the breakcore genre is both untrue and highly amusing.
lukus

lukus

June 15, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
'B-kore' was actually a reference to break core, a definition producer used to explain his variation on hardcore techno (and a way to seperate his sound from the gabba being pumped out of mainland Europe) ---Except in 1996 breakcore was not even a recognised genre.
Only now 11 years later in 2007 has breakcore really evolved into the mutated form it is commonly known as today....respect is definitly due.