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DJ Dano & Liza N Eliaz*Energy Boost

Label:Mokum Records – MOK 35, Mokum Records – DB 17916
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Gabber

Tracklist

A1Energy Boost5:03
A2Galaxy4:44
B1Gimme A Break!
VocalsRob Gee
4:28
B2Fireball4:35
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℗ 1995 The All Blacks B.V.
© 1995 The All Blacks B.V.

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  • Barcode: 0 16861 17916 8
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 9231
  • Other: 08-027295-20

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Energy Boost (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Promo)Mokum RecordsMOK 35Netherlands1995

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DeejayLBZ's profile picture
DeejayLBZ
Energy boost is a pure killer, I played and abused this track nearly 2000's and crown was stomached each time! A must to play in a classic hardcore set.
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mediteria
Edited 2 years ago
'Energy Boost' uses the vocal sample from: JL ‎– Energy Flow Eternal (1993).
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PhilOiseau
Just adding a bit to the very good review by UralTEK: "Energy Boost" is progressive rising both in pitch and speed from 199 to 234 BPM which makes it very interesting. The other highlight on here "Gimme A Break!" with a bassdrum that has an amazing distortion "tail" so to speak, the initial punch of the BD actually isn't that hard. The Rob Gee vocal breaks make it clear yet again why he was the most wanted vocal in the scene.
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UralTEK
I have mixed feelings about this record. Two tracks, "Energy Boost" and "Gimme a Break!" are excellent, straightforward and hard gabber tracks. The other two are pretty different style, not so hard and sound to me like they're there just to fill up the vinyl space.

"Energy Boost" is all about bassdrum, and there's lots of it! Very simple yet very effective track, will make the party place shatter while the tempo keeps going up. When the climax of the track is reached there comes a lower tempo end part with a single-note 303 pattern, which makes the track a whole lot complete and interesting.

"Gimme a Break!" featuring Rob Gee... An excellent bassdrum bangs through the whole track, only broken with some breaks and various nasty yells from Rob "The best voice in gabber IMHO" Gee.

These two tracks are also on "Terrordrome IV" hardcore collection.