Various ‎– Frankfurt Trax Volume 4 - The Hall Of Fame

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1 Mescalinum United Vs. Evil (A New Level)
Producer – The MoverWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
5:00
2 Alien Christ Of Suns And Moons (Phase 5)
Mixed By, Engineer – GandharvasProducer [Transmitted By] – Alien ChristWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
5:43
3 Ace The Space 1 Gun - 2 Gun - 3 Gun - Roar!
Executive-Producer [Executive Producas] – Dance Ecstasy 2001Producer – Ace The SpaceWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
3:37
4 Headshop Universe
Composed By, Performer [Created By] – Kay-Han, OL.I.VI.ER*, The VikingWritten-By, Mixed By, Arranged By, Producer – The Viking
4:47
5 T-Bone Castro Bitches
Executive-Producer [Executive Producas] – Dance Ecstasy 2001Lyrics By [Triple-X-Rated Lyrics By] – The Hilltop Hustler QuartetMixed By [Original Pimp Mix], Producer – T-Bone Fucking Castro*Written-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
5:31
6 M.F.P.A. Came 2 Party
Other [Stimulated By] – Ariane, LucyProducer – The MoverWritten By – Acardipane/Slam BurtWritten-By – Acardipane*, Slam Burt
3:26
7 White Breaks White Line
Producer [Doped Up By] – White BreaksWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
3:53
8 Nasty Django King Of FFM
Executive-Producer [Executive Producas] – Dance Ecstasy 2001, Lil' Pepe CastroMixed By, Producer – The Pimp + CruWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
3:33
9 303 Nation Double Speed Mayhem
Executive-producer – Dance Ecstasy 2001Programmed By, Producer – Sanchez Fernando*, Vuillaume Patrick*Written By – Vuillaume/SanchezWritten-By – Sanchez*, Vuillaume*
4:50
10 Tony G. Loveless
Arranged By, Mixed By – The MoverPiano [Additional Piano] – Jani The Greek FreakRecorded By, Engineer – 100.000 Tons JoeVocals – Tony G.Written By [Inside Booklet] – Tony G. & The MoverWritten By [On Disc] – Acardipane/Tony G.Written-By – Acardipane*, The Mover, Tony G.
3:52
11 Turbulence Bass Gladiators
Performer [Created & Tested By] – TurbulenceProducer – Whurlstorm-Evacuation-SquadWritten By – Acardipane/Roy BattyWritten-By – Acardipane*, Roy Batty
3:39
12 The Mover Final Sickness
Programmed By, Arranged By, Producer – The MoverWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
5:14
13 8 A.M. The Fog Track
Arranged By, Mixed By – CypherProducer – Coldrush Records FFMWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
5:26
14 Program 1 World's Famous M.F. (Live At Hellraiser A'dam)
Recorded By [Live], Mixed By [Live] – Program 1Written-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
3:09
15 100% Acidiferous Tank
Programmed By, Mixed By, Producer – Sanchez Fernando*Written-By – Sanchez/Sanchez*
5:56
16 Leathernecks At War
Engineer – Dusty AngelPerformer [Created By] – The FFM-BKLYN HoodVocals [Uncredited] – Lenny DeeWritten By – Acardipane/Lenny Dee - Homeboy SalWritten-By – Homeboy Sal, Lenny Dee, Acardipane*
3:21
17 Iz (4) & Tone (4) Ich Diss Dich
Lyrics By – Konkret Fin*Mixed By, Engineer, Producer – The MoverRecorded By – 100.000 Tons JoeScratches – DJ Feedback*Written By [Inside Booklet] – Iz, Tone & The MoverWritten By [On Disc] – Acardipane/Iz-ToneWritten-By – Iz (4), Acardipane*, The Mover, Tone (4)
3:17

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Compiled and produced by Planet Core Productions in association with Dance Ecstasy 2001.
Friendly supported by 100% Acidiferous, Cold Rush Rec., White Breaks, No Mercy Records, Super Special Corp., Countdown, Pretty Asshole Rec. and Fucking Loud!
Published by ICM/Hanseatic, x-cept trax 4, 9 and 15 by Edition X-Rated.

Artist & DJ booking available thru P.C.D.
Worldwide distribution base: P.C.D. Frankfurt
Mailorder contact: No Mercy Records Frankfurt

1: Produced 4 Planet Core Productions. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM. Taken from the forthcoming limited edition picture disc PCP 933
2: Mixed and engineered at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM for Planet Core Productions. Taken from the 12" PCP 931
3: Produced for Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM. Taken from the 12"/CDS DAN 659526 6/2
4: Mixed, arranged & produced at Northern Shore for Dance Ecstasy 2001. Taken from the 12" DE 2015
5: Original pimp-mix and production 4 Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt. Taken from the EP DE 2016.
6: Stimulated for Toys Are Us!-Productions FFM. Previously unreleased!
7: Mixed at Sniff'N'Cut Sound Lab FFM. Taken from the forthcoming EP WB 1.
8: Another deep Nasty Django fuck at Preungesheim Barrio Basement. Mixed & produced 4 Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt. Taken from the forthcoming EP DE 2018. [was actually released on DE 2017]
9: Mixed at 303 Nation Studios. Previously unreleased!
10: Arranged & mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM. Previously unreleased!
11: Created & tested somewhere inbetween Turbulentie-Worldwide Tour 1993-2017. A Whurlstorm-Evacuation-Squad production for Super Special Corp. Previously unreleased!
12: Programmed, arranged and produced for Planet Core Productions. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM. The Final Sickness will be concluded by the 10-tracker PCP 932. Previously unreleased!
13. Taken from the EP LOST 1.
14: Recorded & mixed live at Hellraiser Amsterdam/NL 05-06-93. Original mix by The Mover available on the EP PCP 010. Previously unreleased!
15: Programmed, mixed & produced for 100% Acidiferous. Mixed at 303 Nation Studios. Taken from the 10" 100%.
16: Engineered 4 Hi(gh) Spirit Entertainment. Previously unreleased!
17: Previously unreleased!

Special thanx 2 all true followers for buying the recs. & the fucking mental support at our live shows.
Enjoy our mission…See ya' all in 2017!
U know who U R!

Respect 2 a few good men (producers & labels), spreaded thruout this planet, that work(ed) on a planetwide movement-never sold out-paid tribute 2 the roots-understood the messages-believe(d) in the ideals-live(d) the attitude-show(ed) strength-transmit(ted) important signals thru the O N L Y music of this time from the very beginning on…

We know who U R.
Keep the flame burnin'!

- The Phuture Is Ours -

p+© 1993 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH/Dance Pool is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Packaged in standard jewel case with hazy clear tray.
Logos on disc: Dance Pool, Sony Music, PCP.

Track 16 is a diss track against Low Spirit Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099747 439520
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099747439520
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (At back cover): CDC
  • Other (Catalog# at CD): DAN 474395 2
  • Other (Catalog# at spines): 474395 2
  • Other (Matrix# at booklet, back cover, CD and CD inner ring): 12-474395-10
  • Matrix / Runout (Version 1, mirrored): 12-474395-10 11 A4 DADC Austria
  • Matrix / Runout (Version 2, mirrored): 12-474395-10 11 A1 DADC Austria
  • Matrix / Runout (Version 3, mirrored): 12-474395-10 11 A3 DADC Austria

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delirium303

delirium303

November 12, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

In 1993 like in every other year some of the techno heads lived in the backlands, not in the big cities like Berlin or FFM but in smaller towns between 25 000 - 50 000 citizens.
This group had a much more harder job to do if they want to buy all those real hammer music out there. Not easy going to the shop right on the corner, no internet ordering, no: they had to travel to places/cities where they could buy this hot music shit.
But this people were important to the artists, because they took a real big effort onto themselfes to get the music so they grew into being the real hard techno freak. Often the first release they could buy was the cd-release.
And that has some analogies to my story: I bought this in Gütersloh in winter 1993 during a visit to my brothers and I could find it in a small record shop with a well selected number of records and cds. At this time you could also buy there the first two parts of the original Rotterdam Records Compilations but all this rare releases costs a high amount (around 50 DM each).
The owners of the record shop were a couple (both between 45-50 years old, in this small town that means they were very open minded when selling this styles of new and aggressive music and they both did not look like people selling this stuff. Anyway - they did!)
I already owned the third part of the Frankfurt Trax serial (which I discovered in this small record shop some month before too and after listening to this cd all nights mixed with 12" jewels I had bought via phone ordering from the Hard Wax store in Berlin (yes: in that time you could phone a number and listen to some sound exerpts of new 12" entries - when you liked it you could place an order, again via phone) I was very very committed to that hardcore techno from the streets of Frankfurt and I knew from a small music mag 'CUT' that there would be a release of the 4th part in these days.

The first thing that seperates this compilation from the other compilation stuff outthere were the infos from the artwork of the 8-page booklet: Every artist has an own image (not on every photo was the real artist, if not, then a sometimes humorous placeholder, which in every case could also transport the idea of the track) and some lines of information, written down with love and creativity.
(there is a Belgium cd-version with some other track listing, and if the information here on Discogs is valid there is on cd-format the orig Headshop track 'Universe' but on the double vinly you can find the remix version - the vinyl release comes with 5 less tracks)

All tracks appearing on here are now well known and have been discussed uncounted times except only a very few not so successful tunes but in fact all tracks are high level interesting to understand the FFM/PCP output history.
So I am not the same opinion with the other reviewer cthulhu303 (reviewing the 2xvinly release) although I respect his few onto this release.
Yes, the famous 'Double Speed Mayhem' is a unique kick in asses and it is like a bomb BUT:
There are a lot of other important examples from the PCP discography on here: Alien Christs 'Of Suns And Moons (Phase 5)' is a cool breaking chilly dark & ruff FFM kiss, followed by a gang war-declaring track '1 Gun - 2 Gun 3 Gun - Roar!' by the famous Ace The Space alias of Marc Trauner. Then comes 'Universe' by The Viking - isn't it just a legend?
T-Bone Castro track 'Bitches' is the soundtrack to life in the early 90s: No crisis, big & loud & lowered nice cars like MB, BMW or,or and so on, nice and pretty girls and fresh and bold powered techno without being cheesy (for sure last thing depends on the dj ;D ) monotone loud hard techno! And like an evidence for that it followes the M.F.P.A. track MCied by the sexy girls Lucy & Ariane...
And then: White Breaks!!!! Killer breakbeat mega mayhem kickasses the Uk Hardcore from the island - very fat composed: sawtooth waveformed crazy carpet. Track 8: I am the king of Frankfurt, 'King Of FFM' by Nasty Django, a straight stalking echo clap hurricane: simple but effective, like most of Trauners (Arcadipanes) sounds around that years...
303 Nation was already reviewed by cthulhu303, Tony G gives a break with music for the soul, everlasting FFM energy 4 the heart. Turbulence followed with a very hard sub bass build for big PAs, what is Gangster Rap for Hip Hop is Turbulence for techno. The Mover himself comes with a track not from this world. That is the sound people got frightened by PCP - also the follower: 8 A.M. 'The Fog track' - very mystical and dark sounds. If you are in an unsafe psychic situation don't listen to this - it might could trip you into the dark. Unforgotten.
The next 3 tracks are ABSOLUTE legends and everything is already told about.
The last track is an Hip Hop outro, Trauner supports a local project and IMO its ok to be the last track on such a compilation from the streets of FFM...

Absolute must have in every techno collection. 5/5

The flame still burns...