Various ‎– Thunderdome - Chapter XXII

Arcade ‎– 9902353, ID&T ‎– 9902353
Thunderdome – Chapter XXII
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-1 The Masochist No Newstyle? (DJ Buzz Fuzz Mix)
Remix – DJ Buzz Fuzz*Written-By – Elkabas*
1-2 Dj Attic & Stylzz* Meets G-Town Madness The Legacy Continues
Written-By – Kalberg*, Van Rooijen*, De Jong*, Jonkman*
1-3 DJ E-Rick & Tactic* Fuck Everybody, Hardcore Lives
Written-By – Amsterdam*, Engbrenghoff*
1-4 Cixx vs. The Vinyl Junk Dizzy
Written-By – v/d Berg*, Colenbrander*
1-5 Max-E-Crew* Fresh Flesh (Party Mix)
Written-By – Baraldo*, Sacrato*
1-6 DJ Gizmo & DJ Vince To Da Break Of Dawn
Written-By – Salee*, Vincent*
1-7 DJ Promo* Just A Feeling
Written-By – Hoff*
1-8 3 Steps Ahead Paint It Black (DJ Mix)
Written-By – Jagger / Richards*
1-9 DJ Buzz Fuzz* Don't U Cry
Written-By – Vos*
1-10 DJ Isaac Who Likes To Party
Written-By – Schutrups*
1-11 Ruff 'N Tuff Party 'N Crowd
Written-By – Oomen*, Verschuren*
1-12 Darien Kelly* & Omar Santana Bounce It Like This (Darrien Kelly's Back 2 The Future Mix)
Remix – Darrien KellyWritten-By – Kelly*, Santana*
1-13 Tripax Swarm (Tripax Mix)
Written-By – Vos*, Gilmore*
1-14 Placid K Too Many Bass
Written-By – Campailla*
1-15 DJ Dione Suckerz
Written-By – Ypma*
1-16 The Prophet Don't Quit
Written-By – Elkabas*
1-17 Billy The Kid Can U Do It?
Written-By – Billy The Kid
1-18 DJ Jappo & Lancinhouse* Sacrifice
Written-By – Lancini*, Jappo*
1-19 DJ Delirium & Guitar Rob Speakermurder (DJ Promo Remix)
Remix – DJ Promo*Written-By – Malvasia*, Verkerk*
1-20 Delta 9 Speakerworship
Written-By – Dave Rodgers (2)
2-1 G-Town Madness Meets Attic & Stylzz Bring The Pain
Written-By – Kalberg*, Van Rooijen*, De Jong*, Jonkman*
2-2 The Horrorist Flesh Is The Fever (Flamman & Abraxas Rmx)
Remix – Flamman & AbraxasWritten-By – Chesler*
2-3 Da Tekno Warriors Yo!
Written-By – Streunding*, Elstak*
2-4 DJ Rob & MC Joe 21st Century (Neophyte Remix)
Remix – Neophyte*Written-By – Smitshoek*, Janssen*
2-5 Bass D & King Matthew* Power Of Bass
Written-By – Dorwart*, Hazeleger*
2-6 Thundergods* Injected
Written-By – Scheffer*, Scheffer*
2-7 DJ Sim The Newskool Generation
Written-By – Van Os*
2-8 Marshall Masters Return To Zero (12" Version)
Written-By – Arcadipane*
2-9 DJ Buzz Fuzz* Peace To Da DJ's
Written-By – Vos*
2-10 DJ Dione Pump Up The Party
Written-By – Ypma*
2-11 DJ Promo* Cheating Bitch (Dedicated)
Written-By – Hoff*
2-12 Ruff 'N Tuff Terror Daddy
Written-By – Oomen*, Verschuren*
2-13 DJ Niel The Sound From The Deep
Written-By – Duran*
2-14 The Illegal Alien Don't Tell Me What To Do
Written-By – Pigmans*
2-15 The Rapist The Silent Scream
Written-By – William Jordens
2-16 T-Wisted The Dawn Of New Millenium
Written-By – Van Duivenbode*, Vreken*, Heysteeg*
2-17 Temper Tantrum Still The Hardest
Written-By – Chesler*, Ryan*
2-18 Rob Gee & The Natas E.C.S.T.A.S.Y.
Written-By – Gilmore*
2-19 Creatures Of The Occult Terrorheads
Written-By – Oudijn*, Koek*
2-20 DJ Jappo & Lancinhouse* Trash Fucker
Written-By – Lancini*, Jappo*

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This compilation ℗ 1998 © 1998 Arcade International

DIGIPAK® Manufactured byVan de Steeg,Holland,under license fromAGI, U.S.A.

Released at latest on the 19 of September. With the first editions you got free stickers. Housed in an 8-panel digipak with opaque black disc trays and additional booklet.

Cover variations:
Track 1-3 title is listed in between quotes
Track 1-9 is listed as "Don't Cry"
Track 1-12 is listed as "Bounce 'n Shake"
Track 1-20 is listed as "Unexist - Die Screaming Motherfucker"
Track 2-6 is listed as "I Will Dominate" on the cover and correctly listed as "Injected" in the booklet
Track 2-8 is listed "Return To Zero (12" Version)" in the booklet
Track 2-15 is listed as "The Visitor - Vengeance", but that's another track from the same 12"
Track 2-20 is listed as "DJ Jappo & DJ Lancinhouse - Trashfucker"

Track 1-04 samples "La Di Da Di" by Slick Rick feat. Doug E. Fresh
Track 1-15 was later released as "Suckers" on The Atac
Track 2-05 was later released as "The Power Of Bass" on Chapter One
Track 2-12 samples "Sugar Is Sweeter" by CJ Bolland
Track 2-16 was later released as "Millennium" on The 2000 E.P.
Tracks 1-18 and 2-20 have a notably lower volume

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 712686 023533
  • Barcode (String): 8712686023533
  • Label Code: LC 5896
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): DOCdata Benelux ARC 9902353/1 373338
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): DOCdata Benelux ARC 9902353/2 373339
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L292
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1 Variant 1): ifpi 3609
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1 Variant 2): ifpi 3602
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2 Variant 1): ifpi 3608
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2 Variant 2): ifpi 3609
  • Distribution Code: ARC 223

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9914353 Various Thunderdome - Chapter XXII (MC 1)(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9914353 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
9902353 Various Thunderdome - Chapter XXII (MC)(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9902353 France 1998 Sell This Version
7005992 Various Thunderdome - Chapter XXII(2xCD, Comp, RE) ID&T 7005992 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
9924353 Various Thunderdome - Chapter XXII (MC 2)(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9924353 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version


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October 27, 2017
Thunderdome 21 & 22 was to me The Drip Too Much .

First : Too many new unknown artists
Secondly : The sudden poor quality of the packaging from a Double Plastic Jewelcase we were used to it has turned into a cheap hard-paper digipack
Third : The bad quality of the CD's on Thunderdome 22 recordings were made very quickly like they only cared for the money
Fourth : Each track aren't great and aren't memorisable also not found in many other compilations . Means alot to me that Thunderdome were out of ideas

Like i said in another review from another Thunderdome compilation.

The Thunderdome series started very good surely Thunderdome 1,2,3,4&5 which were pure Rave and some tracks on Thunderdome 4 were already Speedcore ( later heard on Terrordrome German hardcore/speedcore/bunker Nordcore GMBH ) . Thunderdome 6,7,8,9,10 sounded fresh back in the day had new sounds and the happy hardcore feel . Thunderdome 11,12,13,14,15 were to me their last best compilations Thunderdome 15 started slowly to go downhill it was comfirmed with Thunderdome 16 was one of the most boring of all time along with Thunderdome 12 , Thunderdome 17 saved it had many great tracks but then since Thunderdome 18&19 both of them had less than ten enjoyable tracks , Thunderdome 20 signed the end of the Thunderdome series it was boring offered no new materials anymore .

Yes the guys from ID&T made great releases but many of them were easy cash grab compilations made without ideas . Easy example Thunderdome & Earthquake were both the same hardcore/gabber ( of course not the same titles but alas ) they had an Happy Hardcore series and even a Trance/Hard-Trance series with Hypnotrance in 1994 . But yes in 1998/99 it was clearly the end of the golden era of Dutch hardcore/gabber is why German hardcore/gabber/speedcore took over and gave new materials , guess the guys from the ID&T family seems afraid to dare something different ??



September 5, 2017

Has anyone else noticed some defects on the end of both CDs while trying to rip them? Same thing with TD XXI and it's in perfect condition just as this one!


May 20, 2015
I think the cd cover was based on the Wes Craven's movie "Shocker" from 1989.


January 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Worst Thunderdome ever in terms of compilation production. A lot of tracks seem to miss a beat at the beginning or end and track volumes are not equilibrated. I mean listen track 1-18 and 1-19 – were the makers deaf or what? It seems the release was compiled very quickly or randomly and the package was not finalised. The 2002 reissue didn’t fix the volume problems either but again no reissue fixed anything back then, not even blatant cover errors.

As we know 20 Hardcore tracks won’t fit on a CD and like most CDs of that period they had to be edited but the progression here is no good at all, most tracks just don’t fit one after the other.

Compilation was released in the fall of ’98 when the scene had almost reached the lowest point, in 1999. Trance and Hard House had taken over the world dance scene and the Hardcore scene also took influences from those sounds. A new style of Hardcore labelled ‘New Style’ had emerged. While some of that new style is evident here compilation is mostly a ‘good’ old Gabber CD at heart. There ARE great tracks but most can’t be enjoyed properly due to either sound issues or random track edits.

Volume 21 is much and much better if you ask me and no sound issues luckily.