Various ‎– Terrorheads Will Rule The World E.P.

Cunt Records ‎– CUNT 008
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Creatures Of The Occult Terrorheads
Written-By – M. Oudijn*, R. Koek*
A2 Drokz & Tails Wake Up
Written-By – M. Oudijn*, R. Koek*
A3 Cunt Hunt AK' 47
Written-By – M. Oudijn*, R. Koek*
B1 DJ. Noisekick* The Maniac
Written-By – R. Reitsma*
B2 Akira & Metal D Trancetrutje
Written-By – J. Durinck, K. W. Lam*
B3 Drokz Bust That Ass
Written-By – R. Koek*


"This is dedicated to the fanatics worldwide, keep your terrorheads up ... MUTHAFUCKA"

A-Side: Published By High Fashion/ I.D.& T. Music/ Arcade Music
B-Side: Published By High Fashion/ I.D.& T./ Arcade/ Popstars Music
Distributed By Underground Music

"Terrorheads" already appeared on "Thunderdome - Chapter XXII" in 1998.
"Bust That Ass" already appeared on "Thunderdome XIV" in 1996.

B3 samples "Bus Dat Ass" by Onyx.



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July 28, 2018
The standout track on this record is, Trancetrutje. Trutje is the Dutch word for Bitches, so you can see where this track is going! It is a brutal diss of DJ Tiësto and the popularity of Trance during the late 90's. Even though it's a novelty Hardcore track it's a well put together production. Like Akira's early music, this was made on a Amiga, just like Bloody Fist, one of his favourite labels. Adding some fun to this Terror track (that sounds like a contradiction), sprinkled throughout the track is a lifeless interview with Tiësto, just listening to it justifies this song being made. Also there is a cheeky sample of Gouryella - Gouryella, it sounds so weird in this song. Gouryella is the other massive Dutch Trance artist, Ferry Corsten. For the record, I think Ferry Corsten was a better Hardcore and Trance producer then Tiësto. Finally, it must be mentioned, there are several different brain destroying kickdrums that sound amazing. The last minute of this track is incredibly violent and will probably break your speakers!

Wake Up is a good track playing around with some Rotterdam sounds. Bust That Ass is one of Drokz's better tracks, mainly because there's actual synth sounds in the track. Onyx is the most Hardcore group in the history of Rap music, so it makes sense that they are sampled by Drokz on a label called Cunt Records.