Various ‎– Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection)



DJ Waxweazle Going Down Again 4:30
Public Domain (2) In The House (Buzz-Fuzz Mix) 5:57
The Speed Freak Body Hammer 5:08
Duo Pennotti Tov Beatz (Punami Mix) 4:58
Nice Guys Whiplash 2:50
Hoodoo Man Birth Controller 4:02
European Unity United In One? 4:05
Upperground Monsterjammy 4:50
3 Steps Ahead Disobedience 5:03
Recharge* Don't Worry About It 4:36
DJ Sim & DJ Weirdo* Good Times (Ragga Mix) 4:39
DJ J.Flamman* Asid Sex 3:47
Simstim Come On!!!! 3:56
Bertocucci Feranzano Sax B4 Dinner 5:25
Critical Mass 909 Is The Devil's Number 4:45
S.O.S. (4) Papa's Got A Brand New Pill Left 3:50
Dano & No Sweat I'm In The Dark 3:57
Inner Destruction Bang To The Beat (Scott Brown Mix) 4:05
Liza 'N Eliaz* & The Prophet Love, Sex And Danger (LSD) 6:53
6-Pack Drunken Piece Of Shit (Mix 3) 3:38
The Nerds Puzzle 3:48
DJ Gizmo Moog's War 5:17
DJ Sim Horras 4:13
Public Domain (2) Don't Stop (Wiggle-Mix) 4:09
Stoned Fever Murderer 5:22
Happy Toons Up Yours 4:23
SFR* & Guitar Rob Mass Hypnosis 4:39
The Ender Some Girls Say Yeah 3:32
Track Ball Mokum Moves 3:35
DJ Waxweazle Break Of Dawn 4:08
3 Steps Ahead Weekend After Weekend 4:08
The Speed Freak Never Surrender 6:05

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April 14, 2019
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection), 4x12", Comp, Earth II

Earthquake in Steenwijk! I have been there. Still have my entrance ticket and several flyers but above all some some very nice memories. I miss the nineties so much :-( ... oh ofcourse I miss my longsleeve of Dwarf Records most of all. Now seriously ... About the record: they all have this “Earthquake sound” ... very unique. You will not find a more unique compilation than this one If you love hardcore. I love this one. EPIC !!


January 4, 2019
referencing Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection), 2xCD, Comp, 9902235
I have never understood the difference between Thunderdome & Earthquake since both offered the exact same materials in Hardcore/Gabber music . Sure Earthquake series offers more b-sides but the quality is still present . Some tracks found on this compilation would have fit better on compilations of Thunderdome and vice-versa . There are even tracks that are far superior than some found on Thunderdome but thats personal taste .

The tracks i love are ;

CD 1

Public Domain : In the House
The Spead Freak : Body hammer
Nice Guys : Whiplash
European Unity : United in One?
Underground : Monsterjammy
3 Steps Ahead : Disobeidence
Dj Flamman : Asid Sex
Bertocucci Feranzano : Sax B4 dinner
Critical Mass : 909 is the Devil number
S.O.S. : Papa's got a brand new pill left

CD 2

Dano&No Sweat : I'm in the dark
The Prophet & Liza 'n Eliaz : Love,sex & danger ( LSD)
6 Pack : Drunken piece of shit
The Nerds : The Puzzle
Stoned Fever : Murderer
SFR&Guitar Rob : Mass Hypnosis
The Ender : Some girls say yeah
3 Steps Ahead : Weekend after weekend
The Speed freak : Never Surrender

As for The Speed freak : Never Surrender track it can also be found on Terrordrome 4 except it's another mix ( Wendy lost control mix ) .

Not the best compilation i agree but is good to give it a try and for the true fans only .



November 6, 2018
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection), 2xCD, Comp, 9902235

Well.....In my opinion the Earthquake series despite their truly awesome booklets and leaflets were meant to be the side b tunes from Thunderdome series. Not all the series were decent in comparison with the Thunderdome series were after the 20th series the downfall began. In this particular one it seems to me that the whole compilation is a b side vinyl. To be honest, there are a few decent tracks in this one that's why i rated it with 2 stars, but the truth is that i skipped enough tracks throughout the whole hearing section. I don't regret buying it since it comes from the most complete hardcore period ever.


November 14, 2016
referencing Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection), 4x12", Comp, Earth II
they miss one of the best track there Gizmo's "Moog's War" :(


December 2, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Earthquake II (The Ultimate Hardcore Collection), 2xCD, Comp, 9902235

One of those hardcore compilations which ID & T clearly filled with the B-sides and lesser quality material from the artists that appeared on the Thunderdome series. Except for the 2 tracks by the Speed Freak no track gets me high really (and this is not an ID & T artist!) Some favourites are “Monsterjammy”, “Murderer”, “LSD” and “Sax B4 Dinner”, but this release leaves a lot to desire when compared to other ID & T compilations of that time.

Except for collection purposes you may safely skip this out.