Various ‎– Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore (Incl. Terror-Mask)

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edel 0042272CON Various Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore (Incl. Terror-Mask)(2xCD, Comp + CD, Enh, Mixed) Control edel 0042272CON UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
224 Various Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore CD1 (Dutch Gabba)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Gold Lion 224 Ukraine 1997 Sell This Version
225 Various Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore CD2 (German Gabba)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Gold Lion 225 Ukraine 1997 Sell This Version
edel 0042272CON Various Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore(2xCD, Comp + CD, Enh, Mixed) Control edel 0042272CON UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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ColonelTirpitz

ColonelTirpitz

February 18, 2019
referencing Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore (Incl. Terror-Mask), 2xCD, Comp + CD, Enh, Mixed, edel 0042272CON
Excellent compilation surely CD 2 & the Megamix on CD 3 , CD1 is a filler disc and offers the same material found on ID&T ( Thunderdome, Earthquake ) as even Mokum records , also many tracks on CD 1 are rehashed and non-full lenght versions and many mixes are erroneous .

CD 2 is really a Hell-feel disc all tracks makes you shiver while you're watching the world being destroyed by Satan himself . Many very rare tracks you can't even find on a 12" which makes it even better imo .

CD 3 the megamix ( only the tracks on CD 2 were used ) is very well mixed is 5/5 .The rest of CD 3 ( material you need to have a computer cd-rom ) is somewhat useless imho .

The Track CD 2 - Ad Absurdum : Der Feind Mensch use samples from the video game "Doom" you can clearly hear the shotgun fires on zombified soldiers being demons .
digitalbeast

digitalbeast

October 13, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore (Incl. Terror-Mask), 2xCD, Comp + CD, Enh, Mixed, edel 0042272CON
"Reduce loud positives - Trauma" and "Bakalla - True force" are one of the best speedcore track ever made!!!
Michael Markowski, Respect !!!
Joseph_S

Joseph_S

August 26, 2005
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Terrordrome IX - Return To Planet Hardcore, 2xCD, Comp + CD, Enh, Mixed, edel 0042272CON

This Terrordrome is nicely split into Dutch and German Hardcore. On disc 1 (Dutch) we find some mad tunes like Riot Nation’s Abba Gabba; sampling an ABBA’s tune, and the ever popular Name of My DJ by Chosen Few, famous for it’s alternating bassdrum all through. Another original tune is Chose Paradise by the same Chosen Few, sampling the famous hit single Gangsta’s Paradise by Coolio. Another good track is My God from the outstanding Cenobite records label, and check out also the original and bouncy track by the Outside Agency.

Disc 2 brings dark material from the Nordcore GMBH team and related labels like Kotztaak. The only "regularly" sounding track here is Havin’ Sex by Steve Shit. This is of course a great record but with it's mere 160 BPM really contrasts with the rest of this disc since all the rest is Speedcore/Terror or really dark and evil. I really find myself digging all tracks here.

Take for example World’s Sexiest MF. This record has and incredibly smashing bassdrum and was always a favourite full-on ;) Switch to Conquer the World and you'll hear an 8 minute long track with a double (?) kickdrum and some sounds as if doom is coming. This is surely the one of Kotzaak's best tracks and a pinnacle in German terror sound. Now switch gear to True Force and you'll find a 6 minute long Speedcore track ready to do damage. It's drum feels like a hammer and despite the 280 BPM note on cover it becomes faster towards the end. Now check out "Paul Sucks!!!" for some Japanese hardcore, and you'll find a Speedcore track seemingly making fun of Rotterdam Hardcore and/or DJ Paul.

Back in 1997 this (disc 2) was the hardest music I ever heard by then. Fond memories of neighbours madly ringing at the doorbell to turn down volume ;)