The first Babyboom Record was released back in 1994 by Brothers In Crime with Hallucinating and brought forward a hardcore gabber style called funcore. Since the first release the label increased in populairity during the mid-nineties. In the beginning with their happy funcore hardcore and from the 20th release with a mainstream newstyle hardcore sound. In 2003 the label released it's last new release by The Viper called Intellectual Killer, a straight hit. After this 46th release Babyboom Records was sold to So-Real and they eventually innitiated a re-release label called [Combined Forces Revenge] on which 8 releases with the best tracks were released. Eventually So-Real went bankrupt and Cloud 9 Music bought the rights and started re-releasing some of the best Babyboom's for this label and compilation releases in the form of the The Collected Hardcore Works (HAWOR Series) on the [Cloud 9 Dance] label. Eventually four parts of the HAWOR series had been released and severall Babyboom releases have been repressed which came in an (non-original) repress cover.
Babyboom Records was a Subdivision of Combined Forces