Various ‎– Harthouse 100

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Harthouse ‎– HH 100
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Patrick Lindsey Male Phonk
Written-By, Producer – Patrick Lindsey
6:56
A2 Alter Ego Folk Song
Written-By, Producer – Jörn Elling Wuttke, Roman Flügel
6:30
B1 Braincell Sweetypie
Written-By, Producer – Cari Lekebusch
5:37
B2 Hardfloor Kamikaze Whopper
Written-By, Producer – Oliver Bondzio, Ramon Zenker
6:02
C1 Sven Väth & Ralf Hildenbeutel 100 Harthouse
Written-By, Producer – Ralf Hildenbeutel, Sven Väth
7:40
C2 Pulse Keep Balance
Written-By, Producer – DJ Good Groove*, T. Eckart*
6:20
D1 Bill & Ben Tha Fuzion
Written-By, Producer – Ben G.*, Bill F.*
3:46
D2 Jiri.Ceiver Chime Implan
Written-By, Producer – Jiri.Ceiver
10:10

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A1 published by Derichs & Romboy MV/Hanseatic
A2, B1, C1, D1 & D2 published by Moonquake Music/Musikedition Discoton Administered by BMG/Ufa Musikverlage
B2 published by Upright Songs/Moonquake Music/Musikedition Discoton Administered by BMG/Ufa Musikverlage
C2 published by Warner Chappel/Moonquake Music/Musikedition Discoton Administered by BMG/Ufa Musikverlage

℗&© 1996 Eye Q Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4024258310007
  • Label Code: LC5305
  • Rights Society: GEMA | BIEM | MCPS

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH 100 CD Various Harthouse 100(CD, Comp) Harthouse HH 100 CD Germany 1996 Sell This Version
HH 100 CD Various Harthouse 100(CD, Ltd, Comp) Harthouse HH 100 CD Germany 1996 Sell This Version
HH 1028-2 Various Harthouse 100(CD, Comp) Harthouse America HH 1028-2 US 1996 Sell This Version
HH 100 Various Harthouse 100(2x12", Comp, Ltd) Harthouse HH 100 Europe 1996 Sell This Version

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April 15, 2003

Hey, this was my first record! Great Compilation, starting with Patrick Lindsey's best track ever: "Male Phonk". Another highlight is Väth's title track - timeless banging techno. The other tracks are partly dark and innovative, but no real floor fillers, except maybe Alter Ego's "Folk Song", which rocks in fact quite more on the Harthouse 100 live Compilation though. Hardfloor's "Kamikaze Whopper" is completely over the edge. It sounds like a mixture of Garnier's "Big Babou" and a Roland Casper record.