Various ‎– Frankfurt Trax Volume 4 - The Hall Of Fame

Dance Pool ‎– DAN 474395 1
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation

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A1 Mescalinum United Vs. Evil (A New Level)
Producer – The MoverWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
A2 The Mover Final Sickness
Programmed By, Arranged By, Producer – The MoverWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
A3 Program 1 World's Famous M.F. (Live At Hellraiser A'dam)
Recorded By [Live], Mixed By [Live] – Program 1Written-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
B1 Tony G. Loveless
Piano [Additional Piano] – Jani The Greek FreakRecorded By, Engineer – 100.000 Tons JoeWritten-By – Acardipane*Written-By, Arranged By, Mixed By – The MoverWritten-By, Vocals – Tony G.
B2 Headshop Universe (Rmx.)
Remix, Producer, Written-By – The Viking
B3 M.F.P.A. Came 2 Party
Other [Stimulated By] – Ariane, LucyProducer – The MoverWritten-By – Acardipane*, Slam Burt
C1 Ace The Space 1 Gun - 2 Gun - 3 Gun - Roar!
Executive-producer [Executive Producas] – Dance Ecstasy 2001Producer – Ace The SpaceWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
C2 Nasty Django King Of FFM
Executive-producer [Executive Producas] – Dance Ecstasy 2001, Lil' Pepe CastroMixed By, Producer – The Pimp + CruWritten-By – Acardipane/Acardipane*
C3 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*
D1 Turbulence Bass Gladiators
Performer [Created & Tested By] – TurbulenceProducer – Whurlstorm-Evacuation-SquadWritten-By – Acardipane*, Roy Batty
D2 303 Nation Double Speed Mayhem
Executive-producer – Dance Ecstasy 2001Programmed By, Producer – Sanchez Fernando*, Vuillaume Patrick*Written-By – Sanchez*, Vuillaume*
D3 Leathernecks At War
Engineer – Dusty AngelPerformer [Created By] – The FFM-BKLYN HoodVocals [Uncredited] – Lenny DeeWritten-By – Homeboy Sal, Lenny Dee, Acardipane*

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A1: Produced 4 Planet Core Productions. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM.
A2: Programmed, arranged and produced for Planet Core Productions. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM.
A3: Recorded & mixed live at Hellraiser Amsterdam/NL 05-06-93.
B1: Arranged & mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM.
B2: Remixed & produced at Northern Shore Studios for Dance Ecstasy 2001.
B3: Stimulated for Toys Are Us!-Productions FFM.
C1: Produced for Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt. Mixed at High Pressure Jam Terrortories II FFM.
C2: Another deep Nasty Django fuck at Preungesheim Barrio Basement. Mixed & produced 4 Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt.
C3: Mix and production 4 Garcia/Castro Bros. Mgmt.
D1: Created & tested somewhere inbetween Turbulentie-Worldwide Tour 1993-2017. A Whurlstorm-Evacuation-Squad production for Super Special Corp.
D2: Mixed at 303 Nation Studios.
D3: Engineered 4 Hi(gh) Spirit Entertainment.

Compiled & 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 B2 and D2 by Edition X-Rated.

- The Phuture Is Ours -

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


Track D3 is a diss track against Low Spirit Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099747 439513
  • Matrix / Runout (Back, inside cover and labels): 12-474395-20
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side A): 12-474 395  A2   SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side B): 12-474 395  B2   SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side C): 12-474 395  C2   SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side D): 12-474 395  D2   SST
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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October 11, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Forget all that fashionable, but questionnable PCP sound on this and go straight to the only truly worthwhile track: the exclusive Double Speed Mayhem.
303 Nation leave their usual programming style in the closet for it and go tunnel vision for an ultimate track. After spending several minutes trying to compare, my conclusion is that the rotating Acidline sounds like nothing on Earth (frying fish, maybe? some kind of effervescent reaction?), yet it is the said double speed itself that causes the mayhem. Instead of using a hard distorted kickdrum, they used a full-on attack, though neat kick with a bit of reverb and doubled it. The impressive result is this unforgettable track that sounds as if it were played fast forward. Confusion guaranteed.