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JeremyThe Flow E.P.

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The Flow (Original Mix)4:26
The Flow (Buzz Fuzz Mix)6:22
Maximum Respect3:33
We're Givin' You Hardcore4:48

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    Cover of The Flow E.P., 1995, VinylThe Flow E.P.
    12", EP, 45 RPM
    BZRK Records – BZRK 006Netherlands1995Netherlands1995
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    Cover of The Flow E.P., 1995, VinylThe Flow E.P.
    12", EP, Promo, White Label, 45 RPM
    BZRK Records – BZRK 006Netherlands1995Netherlands1995
    Cover of The Flow E.P., 1995, VinylThe Flow E.P.
    12", EP, 45 RPM
    BZRK Records – BZRK 006Netherlands1995Netherlands1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of The Flow, 2010-01-19, FileThe Flow
    3×File, MP3, 320 kbps
    Derailed Traxx.Black – DTBC003DNetherlands2010Netherlands2010
    Cover of The Flow, 2010-01-18, VinylThe Flow
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Remastered
    Derailed Traxx.Black – DTBC.003Netherlands2010Netherlands2010
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    Cover of The Flow EP, 2020-07-08, FileThe Flow EP
    4×File, FLAC, EP
    Derailed Traxx.Black – DTBC014DNetherlands2020Netherlands2020
    New Submission
    Cover of The Flow EP, 2020-07-08, FileThe Flow EP
    4×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps
    Derailed Traxx.Black – DTBC014DNetherlands2020Netherlands2020
    New Submission

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    • traffic_cone's avatar
      traffic_cone
      Edited 5 months ago
      Out of all the Dutch labels that flirted with happy hardcore, I think BZRK might be the one that did it best. Some of which is thanks to the producer of this EP, Jorn Hanneman (aka Dr Phil Omanski & one half of Public Domain).

      "The Flow" on the A side is a fairly simple tune, with a big stabby riff and the classic MC Duke sample (best known from "Baptized With Dub"), It's alright, if maybe a little generic. The Buzz Fuzz remix is a bit harder, with some nice housey stabs in the second half.

      However the B side is a different story. "Maximum Respect" begins with a simple happy arpeggio, that builds up nicely into a bouncy monster packed full of rave stabs, and a distinctive ragga vocal sample. Then we have "We're Giving You Hardcore", which builds from an unassuming bassline into some more hoovers, but with another legendary rave stab section in the second break.

      I don't think the B sides got as much play sadly, although I have seen a video of Darkraver playing "Maximum Respect" at a Nightmare In Rotterdam. But both tunes are great examples of why BZRK was so great - happy tunes with a UK influence & strong original melodies (instead of bait pop samples). "Maximum Respect" in particular will always be one of my absolute favourites.

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