Various ‎– Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence

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Cover inspired by the movie "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991).

Tracklist

Turbolenza I Am The Creator (Future Mix) 5:15
DJ Paul* & Teenage Warning Brohymn (This One Is For Gabbers) 4:33
Brian Acardy Let Da Bass Boom 3:06
Mindcrimers Madman (DJ Promo Remix) 3:27
Swat* The Fly Is Dead (DJ Waxweazle Mix) 3:46
3 Steps Ahead Love To Get Stoned 3:55
Ku-Base Hardcore Pumping (Ram Version) 3:45
DJ Delirium & Da Grimreaper Speakerblower 2:57
Inferno Bros* Slaves To The Rave (The Stunned Guys Mix) 3:23
DJ Promo* Shut Up! 3:42
Omar Santana Oh Bad Boy 3:00
MC Rage Rave Machine (The Dark Raver's 1000% Intelligent Rave Machine Remix) 3:37
Techno Warriors* Da Beat 3:35
DJ Weirdo & DJ Sim The Kamikaze 4:58
DJ Dione Da Flipside 3:42
The Force Creators Wheep And Howell 3:04
Wayward Adrenaline Rush 3:17
The Scotchman Asylum (Digital Boy Mix) 4:10
Steve Shit Commonya'll (Move Ya' Bodies) 5:24
Various Thunderdome 17 - Megamix 3:51
25% Of The Dreamteam Dreamteam Is Back 3:27
The Stunned Guys & DJ Paul* Confusion 4:26
DJ Promo* Cold As Stone 3:56
Myztic To Da Rhythm 3:24
Solid Base (2) Pumpinfinity (DJ Perpetrator Thunder Mix) 3:20
James Daltan Wanna Get High (You're Own Little Piece Of Heaven) 3:26
DJ E-Rick & Tactic* Start To Move 3:55
The Ultimate Buzz* Feat. MC Bee Back In Business (DJ Isaac Remix) 4:15
Cixx vs. The Vinyl Junk The Tough Guys 3:49
Nightstalkers Warehouse Beats 2:56
Dr. Z-Vago Mo-Ther-Fu-Ckers 3:03
Rotterdam Terror Corps Representing Hardcore (Hardcore Mix) 3:39
Object One Ping Pong (DJ Isaac Mix) 4:04
DJ Gizmo Shut 'Em Down 4:28
Daytona Love Is In Need (Lost In Tokyo Mix) 3:31
James Daltan Meets DJ X-Ess The Damned 3:55
Simtec Power Squad Infinite Power 3:35
Neophyte Evil 4:18
Multi Death Clan Welcome To Oblivion 4:37
Naughty Boys Hardcore Bee (Flying Terror Mix) 4:49

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9902332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCD, Comp) Arcade 9902332 Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
9914332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence (MC 1)(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9914332 Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
9924332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence (MC 2)(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9924332 Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
8800963 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence (Special German Edition)(2xCD, Comp) Arcade 8800963 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
8800963 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence (Special German Edition)(2xCD, Comp) Arcade 8800963 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
AW511 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence (Special German Edition)(2xCass, Comp, Unofficial) ARON AW511 1997 Sell This Version
9902332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCD, Comp) Arcade 9902332 Spain 1997 Sell This Version
489242 2 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCD, Comp) Arcade 489242 2 Australia 1997 Sell This Version
F9902332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCD, Comp, Dou) Arcade F9902332 France 1997 Sell This Version
9904332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCass, Comp) Arcade 9904332 Spain 1997 Sell This Version
9904332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(Cass, Comp) Arcade 9904332 France 1997 Sell This Version
9908332 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(VHS, Comp, Unofficial, PAL) Arcade 9908332 Russia 1997 Sell This Version
7005952 Various Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence(2xCD, Comp, RE) ID&T 7005952 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version

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Czerepach

Czerepach

February 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence, 2xCD, Comp, 9902332

This Thunderdome is one of my favourites. Good tracks with hard bassline.
2Styliztik

2Styliztik

July 4, 2009
referencing Thunderdome XVIII - Psycho Silence, 2xCD, Comp, 489242 2
By 1997, the popularity of Hardcore in Australia had gone down since its glory days of the mid 1990s, but I kept buying the vinyl and supporting events with Hardcore. Like many other Hardcore fans, I loved the Thunderdome CDs and had collected a few in the space of a few years. By 1997, only Central Station had Thunderdome CDs and charged $50 for them! For whatever reason which I cannot really explain to this day, in the latter part of 1997, Thunderdome XVIII-Psycho Silence was stocked in every music store in Brisbane! Thunderdome 17 didn't get this treatment and afterwards Thunderdome 19 did not get such a wide distribution. Anyway I bought Psycho Silence, and I was not disappointed! Hard and fast Gabber tracks which is what Thunderdome was all about. It also included some "slow hardcore" tracks, at the time I did not like them but later I realised this CD ushered in the Newstyle Hardcore movement which would later take over the Dutch Hardcore scene. I liked Shut Em Down though, and Warehouse Beats slowly grew on me. The CD includes some classics, in particular Brohymn and Shut Up by Promo, actually Promo features heavily here with two other tracks and a top remix of Madman, all four are fantastic. Almost all the tracks are very good. I was so impressed with the CD, I made it a mission to get all of them on vinyl. As it stands, out of 39 actual tracks, I have 26 on vinyl with some tracks only released for the CD. As I met more like-minded people, I found out that I was not the only one that had a copy of Thunderdome 18, and many other people appreciated "the Thunderdome 18 tracks". In many of the sets I have done, I have played one track from Thunderdome 18, which has always been well received. The distribution of Psycho Silence in Australia has baffled me, but I have met good friends because of it, and am grateful for that.