The Original Gabber ‎– Headbanger!

Mokum Records ‎– MOK 16
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 The Headbanger 5:02
A2 Pump That Puzzy 4:48
B1 Ad-Da 4:54
B2 Paranoia 5:31

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(P) & (C) 1993 Mokum Records

A2 samples vocals from Pop That Pussy by The 2 Live Crew, "Dominator" by Human Resource and the movie "Trading Places" (1983).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MOK 16-A HCB873796 08 032454 20 1A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MOK 16-B HCB873796 08 032454 20 1B1
  • Other: 08-032454-20



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December 3, 2018

Another genius output from Mr. Prijt, this time under his Original Gabber alias. Headbanger was one of the most unique and creative songs in this genre back then. The drum intro is legendary but in fact the whole track is done in a very creative way, I also like his variation of melody in the last part of the track. Just excellent from start to finish.

Pump That Puzzy stays in your head mainly for these disturbing vocal parts, the Beat/Rhythm section on here is pumping indeed, it includes some rolling hihats, 303 sounds and lot of other elements.
By the way: Are the notes above correct, because the vocals and also beat section was clearly sampled from the intro of "Luke - I Wanna Rock".

The vocals in Ad-Da are from LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out (Ravedome on the Terrordrome III compilation also includes vocal parts from the same track). The Beat section is as strong as usual, some nice string melody lines and the bubbling 303 acid sounds just push it to another top notch track.

Paranoia is the last track on this release and it has a very dark almost underground vibe to it which I like. Comes (almost) without a vocal sample.