Various ‎– Thunderdome

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7004222 Various Thunderdome(2xCD, Comp) ID&T 7004222 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
7004222 Various Thunderdome(2xCD, Comp) ID&T 7004222 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
7004222 Various Thunderdome(2xCD, Comp) ID&T 7004222 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
7004222 Various Thunderdome(2xCD, Comp, Unofficial) ID&T (2) 7004222 Europe 2001 Sell This Version

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NDercno

NDercno

December 15, 2017
referencing Thunderdome, 2xCD, Comp, 7004222

Machine sounds and factory noises are applied perfectly to the simple rythm of Hardcore/Gabber.
The very best of the new era. - I would recommend everyone who likes harder styles of electronic music to give it a try, especially if you don't know Hardcore/Gabber.
Chimiel

Chimiel

February 29, 2012
referencing Thunderdome, 2xCD, Comp, 7004222

It's indeed one of the coolest first thunderdome's "new style". My least favorite tracks on it are "My brain" and "Mysteryland '00" and my most favourite are the rest. And Dimension Of The Doomed still is my most of the most favourite. Although it's a track from the mid 90's last century. I have listened this very much at home (radio/computer) and in my car.
The_Shark

The_Shark

January 10, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Thunderdome, 2xCD, Comp, 7004222

In my opinion the best Thunderdome cd ever released. I Bought it as soon as it was released and the second disc was my favorite. But as time passed by I started listening to the first disc more and more. Lot's of the tracks on this cd are very wanted nowadays. Quality hardcore from the beginning of "the second wave" hardcore.
Joseph_S

Joseph_S

June 2, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Thunderdome, 2xCD, Comp, 7004222

Coming after 2 years from the last volume, this Thunderdome in its rather dull and unattractive black digipak sleeve brings very dark hardcore. Dark melodies and distorted bassdrums are the main elements, and whilst there are no (relatively of course) fast tracks in it, all are I.M.O great tracks from the period when hardcore started to make a comeback sometime in 2001 following the great decline in popularity at the end of the decade.
Overall feeling when listening to it is as if there is something very weird and sinister behind me....