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After DarkHolocaust (Sonic Mix) / Cardiac (Sonic Mix)

Label:Hardcore Records (3) – HARD 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Breakbeat, Techno

Tracklist

This Side
AHolocaust (Sonic Mix)
That Side
BCardiac (Sonic Mix)
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  • Pressed BySRT – SRT 91LS 2981

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Sleeve gives track order as:
CARDIAC (Sonic Mix)
HOLOCAUST (Sonic Mix)

Track B samples:
Acid sound from Nexus 21 - Can You Feel The Beat

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A (This Side)): SRT 91LS 2981 A SRT*
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B (That Side)): SRT 91LS 2981 B SRT*

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Holocaust / Cardiac (12", White Label)SRTSRT 91LS 2981UK1991
Cardiac (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)Hardcore Records (3)HARD001UK1991

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djpepsi's profile picture
djpepsi
Edited 15 years ago
Dave Charlesworth at his best, classic early hardcore tunes played out by anyone who was anyone at the time, the B-side being sampled later by DJ Seduction for his first masssive hit 'Hardcore Heaven / You And Me'. Both tracks feature heavily sampled 'sounds' used later on in the hardcore scene. True classics.
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TEKNONUTTER
Edited 7 years ago
Two top hardcore / techno slammers from 1991. When hardcore was still techno and was borrowing many of its influences from the near continent, namely Belgium and the Netherlands, before it turned into skittery jungle, overtly ragga and chipmunk happy hardcore.

This containing slamming breaks. Dark, wobbly, subsonic bass. Filthy acid squelch lifted from Nexus 21's "Can You Feel The Beat" with some powerful, harsh, distorted, electronic, hardcore stabs for the underground raving crew...These tunes definitely got you in the mood for going out raving like a maniac...Clenched teeth, gurning jaw and fist in the air!

If you like this sort of thing. Also check out Dave Charlseworth's other early worthy offerings namely the first couple of Energizers (especially the B-side of Energizer 1) and the obligatory After Dark EP.