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Nordcore G.M.B.H. Beta Test II 5:34
B. C. Kid* Smash The Guitar 4:46
The Cyberminds Base Spatiale 2:46
E 605 Hit 'em With The NC 4:16
E-De-Cologne They'll Never Get Me 5:46
The Speed Freak One World 4:20
UBX Sub-mind 5:24
Neuwerk Sugandhalaya 6:01
Nordcore G.M.B.H. Dexosed 6:00
Mindfuck The Mindfuck 2:47
E 605 Introduction 3:56
B. C. Kid* Short Chaos 4:35
Suburbia (2), Ethnox & Mosmacrew Banlieue Bleu 3:14
UBX Windomere 5:34
E-De-Cologne Slave 6:11
Neuwerk Give Me Sharas 7:09
Nordcore G.M.B.H. Asshole 4:28
Mindfuck Power Luser 4:55
E-De-Cologne Excalibur 7:45
E 605 Swing It, Gabber!! 4:19
Neuwerk Planet ZEV 6:47
E-De-Cologne Raverbunnies Death 5:38
Suburbia (2), Ethnox & Mosmacrew Fuck That 3:41
E 605 Spacefrog (ESCII's Remix) 4:40
UBX Innocent 5:11
Neuwerk Sitting Bull 5:17
Suburbia (2), Ethnox & Mosmacrew Body Suburb Beat 3:43
Neuwerk California Dream 5:17
E 605 If U Like NC 6:41

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November 11, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Terrordrome VIII (Hardcore City Downtown) (Incl. Interactive CD), 2xCD, Comp + CD-ROM, 0042052CON
The tracks which mostly fascinated me were the tracks of Mindfuck such as "Power Luser" or "The Mindfuck". These are really indefineable! Power Luser can be compared with a spin-drier and "The Mindfuck" with a disturbing wave on a radio channel.


August 14, 2005
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Terrordrome VIII (Hardcore City Downtown) (Incl. Interactive CD), 2xCD, Comp + CD-ROM, 0042052CON

This series never followed the "easy Gabber compilation rule" like those notorious Arcade/ID & T compilations. Look at the tracklist: a lot of German underground Hardcore acts with music way far from the popular Dutch Hardcore style of the time. A lot of tracks are actually a Hardcore Techno, or Hardcore Trance crossover. There's even a Drum n Bass track. The tracks by Neuwerk sound almost like Goa Trance (actually, this group produced this style with the same alias!)

Sound quality all through is poor, but then again this wasn't your regular 1996 Hardcore. No wonder there's no DJ Paul here ;)