Various ‎– Earthquake VI - The Ultimate Hardcore Collection

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Arcade ‎– 9902314, ID&T ‎– 9902314
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1-1) The Alternative Creators The Beast (The Stunned Guys Mix)
Remix – The Stunned GuysWritten-By – M. Di Giacomo*
4:16
1-2) Inferno Bros* Slaves To The Rave (Neophyte Mix)
Remix – NeophyteWritten-By – M. Arcadipane*
4:26
1-3) Omar Santana Oh Fuck It Up Kid
Written-By – O. Santana*
4:08
1-4) DJ Promo* & Ming (3) From The Darkside
Written-By – M. Vlaming*, S. Hoff*
4:29
1-5) Tom Ace I Wanna Get High
Written-By – T. Verwest*
4:32
1-6) Placid K Jump For Joy (DJ Buzz Fuzz Mix)
Remix – DJ Buzz Fuzz*Written-By [Uncredited] – G. Campailla*
4:26
1-7) Lords Of The Underworld Fuckin'Them Beats Up (Simtec Mix)
Remix – SimtecWritten-By – Edwin v/d Veen*, J. Baan*
4:30
1-8) Plain And Simple From The Top
Written-By – R. Fabrie*
4:33
1-9) DJ Norman Cypress Dope (DJ Norman & DJ Spock)
Written-By – A. Den Hertog, N. Harinck*
4:21
1-10) DJ Chronotrigger* feat. The Thundergods From Asgard You Got It
Featuring – The Thundergods From AsgardWritten-By – Den Dulk*, Scheffer*
4:05
1-11) DJ Buzz Fuzz* Sweat (I Wanna See You)
Written-By – M. Vos*
4:22
1-12) 3 Steps Ahead Put Your Hands Up
Written-By – P.P. Pigmans*
4:24
1-13) Jee Beat Squad Get New
Written-By – M. van Valen*
4:20
1-14) DJ E-Rick & Tactic* Rougher & Tougher
Written-By – E. Amsterdam*, M. Engbrenghoff*
3:59
1-15) Demonax Energize
Written-By – Arjuna*
4:15
1-16) James Daltan Have A Nice One (Your Own Piece Of Heaven)
Written-By – J. Daltan*
4:05
1-17) DJ Devious (2) What's Going On ? 4:26
1-18) Kool Killers Whistling Whistling (Miss Groovy & Kool Killers Hard Remix)
Remix – Kool Killers, Miss GroovyWritten-By – A. Carino*, G. Fanelli*, P. Peroni*, P. Rossini*
4:11
2-1) Ultimate Buzz feat. MC Bee Rofo's Theme (DJ Isaac Mix)
Featuring – MC BeeRemix – DJ Isaac
6:00
2-2) The Stunned Guys Reject To The Slow Movers
Written-By – M. Monopoli*
4:43
2-3) Juggernaut Ruffneck Rules Da Artcore Scene
Written-By – P. van Kerckhoven*
3:02
2-4) DJ Delirium Anger
Written-By – J. Malvasia*
4:43
2-5) MC Drokz* Drokz In Tha House
Written-By – R. Koek*
3:50
2-6) DJ Jordens Koto's Revenge
Written-By – W.N. Jordens*
3:20
2-7) The Prophet The Breaks
Written-By – D.J. Elkabas*
5:41
2-8) DJ Sim To Be Made
Written-By – M. van Os*
4:05
2-9) Rotterdam Terror Corps Megarave (Org.)
Written-By – Dorwart*, Hazeleger*, Organizer (2), Peroti*
4:26
2-10) The Stunned Guys & Darien Kelly* Our Definition Of The Oldstyle
Written-By – M. Monopoli*
4:04
2-11) DJ Delirium & Guitar Rob Speakermurder
Written-By – J. Malvasia*, F.R. Verkerk*
4:30
2-12) The Inquisition The Inquisition (DJ Promo Mix)
Remix – DJ Promo*Written-By – R. Ursem
4:05
2-13) Twin Terror You Know My Style
Written-By – B. Kruijer*, M. Kruijer*
5:01
2-14) Sim*, B-ernd & Wax (17) Plain And Simple
Written-By – M. v. Os*, M. Suwijn*, R. v.d. Meijden*
4:19
2-15) Jason B feat. Davie Forbes Get Hard
Featuring – Davie ForbesWritten-By – D. Forbes*, J. Decker*
4:30
2-16) DJ Epitaph meets Norman Bates Again* 2 Soldiers Of Death
Written-By – M. Kwist*, N. Bates*
4:14
2-17) DJ Dione Ready 2 Rumble
Written-By – E. Ypma*
3:40
2-18) D.O.A.* Ya Mutha
Vocals [Uncredited] – Carl CarinciWritten-By – Nick Marchetti, Sal Mineo
3:41

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Notes

Back of the inlay mentiones 8800662 which is the cat# of the Special German Edition.

1-03 is not the same as "Omar, Fuk It Up Kid".
1-04 released on vinyl as "From Da Darkside".
1-07 released on vinyl as "Fuckin' Them Beats (Simtec Power Mix)".
1-09 released on vinyl as "Cypress Dope (Org. Mix)".
1-11 released on vinyl as "Sweat ( I Wanna C Ya ... )" by 50% Of The Dreamteam.
1-15 artist credit to DJ Arjuna.
1-17 released on vinyl as "What's Going On".
1-18 listed as "Whistling, Whistling (Miss Groovy & Kool Killers)".
2-09 released on vinyl as "Megarave".
2-13 released on vinyl as "You Know Our Style".

This compilation ℗ 1997 ©
1997 Arcade International

Running time (CD1): 77:50.
Running time (CD2): 78:01.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 712686 023144
  • Barcode (String): 8712686023144
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): A0100208820-0102 23 A2 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 94Y3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): A0100208820-0202 24 A1 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 94C6
  • Other (Distribution code): ARC 336
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other (On cover): TV-2-CD
  • Other (On cover): ID&T

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ColonelTirpitz

ColonelTirpitz

April 10, 2017
What can i say about EarthQuake VI but in generaly the whole EarthQuake series is that it is just another Thunderdome compilation like many others from back then ( a hundreds or thousands hardcore/gabber) got easily pressed in the 90's , just for XTC users to buy their so called new materials which wasn't at all . With many Hardcore compilations there were some that only made the B-Sides and that is for the EarthQuake series only B-sides . Not that it is bad but ID&T society tought all the teenage youngsters from that era ( their parents ) were milk cows to buy shitty compilations. Can name a few Rave Massacre, Blue Bulls, Ravers Night, Earthquake , Hellbound, Hellraider , Terrordrome 1,2,3&4 ( from Mokum) ,etc.... They all were indentical to what Thunderdome offered on their compilations , even some tracks on Thunderdome were B-sides or even unknown artist that only produced 1 track for Thunderdome . All in all Earthquake nevers hooked me at all ( it was just another hardcore compilation we have seen many times in that era ) guess i got bored back then don't know .....Being older now i know how stupid i was like many of my age back then to have bought with blind eyes so many Hardcore CD's that had the same tracks etc....how stupid it is being young lol .....of course Hardcore will never die!! But nowadays Hardcore is different and has lost many emotions and the new materials from back then , nowadays all is easy with computer programms .......
gabba4life

gabba4life

May 31, 2009

From this compilation only, without still knowing the other issues i have to say that hardcore isn't just thunderdome.

The earthquake series lasted only for 7 issues (i think) and in this particular number 6 we have tracks that could easily fit in any thunderdome compilations. I found myself exciting listening to this album. Just contains typical thunderdome classics altough in different remixes like the Omar fuk it up kid, Put your hands up, The beast, perhaps something like "radio version" ?

Anyway, i liked almost all of the tracks. Give it a try as an alternative compilation to thunderdome.
Joseph_S

Joseph_S

June 2, 2005
edited over 7 years ago

In my opinion the best volume from this defunct series. Whilst the previous volumes (except number 1 which was released under another label) seemed to showcase mainly B-sides and remixes of big hardcore anthems on the Thunderdome series together with tracks from the many sub-labels ID&T had back in the days, this volume 6 is so good that it could have been a released as a Thunderdome! There is no track which bores me really and no filler tracks for sure!