- 1989 by garyhuddersfield
- 1990 by garyhuddersfield
- war chief by warchiefrecords
- Sampled/Covered by Italians by mashhouse
- Greatest UK Hip Hop Releases Of All Time by humanagainchris
- Aquarius FM tape, side B by earthworm
- Aquarius FM tape, side A by earthworm
- Early Breakbeat by freewave
- Featured on A Bass Chronicle's "History of D&B" Timeline (1988 - 1991 Britcore) by eazyflow
- Featured on A Bass Chronicle's "History Of Drum & Bass" Timeline (1990 - 1991 Early Hardcore Breakbeats) by eazyflow
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Made in England.
- Barcode (Text): 5 016751 004063
- Barcode (Scanned): 5016751004063
|Untitled (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)||Not On Label (Hardnoise Self-released)||HN-X-001||UK||1990|
|Untitled (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)||Music Of Life||NOTE 40 DJ||UK||1990|
|Untitled (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)||Suspect Packages, Boombox Distribution Network||BDN06||UK||2006|
One of the very best examples of UK Hip Hop during its golden era of the late 80s and early 90s. Hardnoise were from South London and comprised of 4 DJs and 2 MCs. Untitled was first released as a self financed white label and was then picked up and released by Music of Life. This track is pure hardcore Hip Hop, no nonsense, no gimmicks, just high calibre beats, rhymes and cuts. This track is now considered legendary within UK Hip Hop circles and rightly so, with the immense relentless beat, TLP1 and Gemini both rhyming with distinctive style and the DJs furious cutting, this set the standard and still does.
completey incredible track that blew my head clean off when it dropped out of nowhere 1990...
The most classic Britcore that defines and kicked off the scene proper.
Banging old school UK hip hop. Break beat sampled by everyone in the rave scene/drum and bass.
Edited 12 years ago
I think the instrumental had as much to do with the early hardcore breakbeat scene as any thing.played to death on fantasy fm