Various ‎– Terrortrance From Hell (Throbbing At 200bpm)

Hypnotic ‎– CLEO 9641
CD, Compilation

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Latex Empire Theme From Latex
Written-By – D. Maiboell*, T. Elers*
2 Executor I Want More Life
Written-By – J. Vittrup*
3 LV-426 Angelwalk
Written-By – B. Kristiansen*
4 Moonraver Join The Army
Written-By – A. Koerber*, R. Feilcke
5 Van Battle Sparechicken
Written-By – H. Christensen*, T. Elers*
6 Cellblock X Blugar Showboats
Written-By – J. Vittrup*, T. Elers*
7 Brannon Beer Mean Mother!
Written-By – B. Beer*, R. Hamshore*
8 Bioreactor Apecraze
Written-By – J. Vittrup*
9 Thomas E.* XL-Overdose
Written-By – T. Elers*
10 Radar (6) Attention!
Written-By – A. Koerber*, R. Feilcke

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Release comes with lenticular artwork and frontside case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 41157 96412 7
  • Barcode (String): 741157964127
  • Matrix / Runout: 136988-R1-5276-2 DISCTRONICS USA *CLEO 9641*
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L792


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November 13, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
This is by far the best release in the whole Hypnotic library. From start to finish, Terrortrance From Hell is absolutely UNRELENTING in it's onslaught of ear rape. What I like so much about this CD is that it sounds like it was made recently. The production value is high and samples are cleverly used throughout the whole CD.

Some of the CD is just full of humor. "Attention" is so profane it's funny and random german voice samples are thrown in "Sparechicken" for comedic effect.

There are a few standout tracks to mention though. "Sparechicken", "Overdose", and "Angelwalk" are probably the hardest on this CD. The three best. Blugar Showboats comes in at a close fourth, but honestly who's counting at this point.

This is true underground, non-cookie cutter Hard Techno. Sadly Hypnotic sold out and no longer releases such quality material but you owe it to yourself to get this CD if you like your techno Hard, Fast, and Crude.


January 17, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

"Theme from Latex" was one of the first techno tracks I ever heard. Simple, fast, and fantastic, the track just continues to deliver the thumping beats and synth candy for its entire duration.

Fucking hell, what a tune; I love it as much today as I ever did. :)

The rest of this compilation is much more in the hardcore vein (which I can swing with, even if it's not one of my main genres). I particularly like Van Battle's classic "Spare Chicken." What a pounding, merciless, UNREMITTING tune! This one is heavy, hard, and thoroughly insane. I won't even try to describe it; just find "Spare Chicken," turn up the volume, and let the power consume you.

"Overdose" is outstanding, as well, though perhaps not quite on the level as the two tunes I just described.

Bottom line, Thomas Elers really delivered the goods with this album, and all these years later, I'm still rocking out!


August 11, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
This is a good collection of Electronica that's fast and loud, without crossing the line (for me) and being too fast and loud.
But, my favorite tune on the CD is 'I want more life'. I enjoyed listening to the sampled voices. Then I watched Blade Runner (a favorite movie of mine) and realized where the sampled voices were coming from (Rutger Hauer). Way cool!
'Attention' is a little too obscene for me, but other than that, this one is in the regular mix.