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VariousThunderdome '96 - Dance Or Die! (The Thunder Anthems)

Label:ID&T – TD96-001 VINYL
Series:Thunderdome – '96
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Happy Hardcore, Gabber

Tracklist

A1Bass-D & King MatthewThe Thunder Anthem
Written-ByE. Dorwart*, M. Hazeleger*
7:05
A2The ProphetThe Thunder Anthem (Dance Or Die)
Written-ByD.J. Elkabas*
4:48
B1DJ WeirdoThe Thunder Anthem (Weird Siren Mix)
Written-ByD. Doeland*, M. van Os*
5:33
B23 Steps AheadThe Thunder Anthem (Thunderscream)
Written-ByP. Pigmans*
5:30
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A1: Published by ID&T Publishing bv / Arcade Publishing
A2: Published by ID&T Publishing bv / Arcade Publishing
B1: Published by ID&T Publishing BV / Arcade Publishing
B2: Published by ID&T Publishing BV

All tracks licensed from: ID&T Music BV

Track 3 samples "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC and uses the melody from "Wake Up To The Overdose (The Marc Smith Notorious Mix)" by Dance Overdose.

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  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TD 96 - 001 -A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TD 96 - 001 -B-

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Thunderdome '96 - Dance Or Die! (The Thunder Anthems) (CD, Maxi-Single)ID&TTD96-001Netherlands1996
Thunderdome '96 - Dance Or Die! (The Thunder Anthems) (CD, Maxi-Single, Misprint)ID&TTD96-001Netherlands1996
Thunderdome '96 - Dance Or Die! (The Thunder Anthems) (CD, Maxi-Single, Misprint)ID&TTD96-001Netherlands1996

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djcarnage
Edited 16 years ago
Special guest on this great party was DJ Delirium. He was also the one that made the thunder anthem "Dance Or Die".
Too bad ID&T decided not to add it to this release. Eventhough these anthems are really cool (especially the one from 3 Steps Ahead is massive and really powerfull I think), the one from Delirium is still the one and only real anthem for me. That track is so cool. The melody is very effective and the kicks are so powerfull. And ofcourse the lyrics Delirium himself shouted live. Wooow :).
For this record the mix from 3 Steps Ahead is definately the most aggressive track, sharp noises, weird freaky sounds, a great melody and pounding kicks! It's also very experimental for that time.