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Party AnimalsHave You Ever Been Mellow?

Label:Mokum Records – MOK 43, Mokum Records – DB 1782 6
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Hardcore, Gabber, Happy Hardcore


A1Have You Ever Been Mellow? (Tekno Mafia Mix)
RemixTekno Mafia
A2Have You Ever Been Mellow? (Flamman & Abraxas Radio Mix)
Arranged By [Additional Arrangements]Nathalie Bokova
B1Used & Abused (Amnesia Mix)5:20

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Recorded at Studio Le Roy, Amsterdam
Copyright Control
B1 Published by Euroduo Publishing/Roadster Music B.V.
B2 Published by Euroduo Publishing
℗ 1995 The All Blacks B.V.
© 1995 The All Blacks B.V.

Love & respect to God, our mothers, Tonnie & Louis

B1 samples vocals from "You Ain't Really Down" by Status IV and uses a melody from A2.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16861 17826 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 016861178260
  • Label Code: LC 9321
  • Other: 08-027604-20
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side, Stamped): 08 27604 20 1A1
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side, Etched): DB 17826-A HCB874574
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side, Stamped): 08 27604 20 1B1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side, Etched): DB 17826-B HCB874574

Other Versions (5 of 16)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Have You Ever Been Mellow? (CD, Maxi-Single)Mokum Records, Mokum RecordsDB 1782 5, INT 826.284Netherlands1995
Have You Ever Been Mellow? (CD, Single, Cardboard Sleeve)Mokum RecordsDB 1782 2Netherlands1995
Have You Ever Been Mellow? (CD, Maxi-Single)Mokum Records, Mokum Records, Mokum RecordsDB 1782 3, INT 826.272, 7.1782 2Netherlands1995
Have You Ever Been Mellow? (12", 45 RPM, White Label)Mokum RecordsnoneNetherlands1995
Have You Ever Been Mellow? (Cassette, )Mokum RecordsDB 1755 4Netherlands1995


PhilOiseau's profile picture
Fun fact: Some people still think to this day that Porter & Flamman are actually Technohead themselves, lol. Anyway, their follow up to the I Wanna Be A Hippy Remix was yet again a success, maybe not so much in other countries like Germany but #1 in Netherlands speaks for it. Yes, it was Happy Hardcore, but that they could also fill the true hardcore needs can be heard on this LP.

Used & Abused is my favorite on this LP, really nice vocals from Status IV - You Ain't Really Down.

E.H.B.O. stands for Eerste hulp bij ongevallen, it means First Aid basically. It's the darkest gabber track on this LP, actually very similar to Used & Abused, but faster, with more distortion and mainly only hard rhythm elements. The end is nice, probably from a movie: "The world is coming to an end..." (Thanks morthen for info about the movie)
morthen_kiang's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
The vocal at the end of E.H.B.O. is sampled from the movie Vibrations. This movie came out in 1996 according to IMDB but must have been released a year earlier for Flamman & Abraxas to be able to sample it.
son_of_numeric's profile picture
Used And Abused is one of the few happy hardcore tracks i will openly admit to loving to this day still. E.H.B.O. is a timeless hardcore techno banger, up there with the finest Dutch classics.
djrobovw1's profile picture
Edited 6 years ago
hey did any one actually know that - OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN sang this on one of her albums, the title is exactly the same, HAVE YOU EVER BEEN MELLOW. maybe she wrote it.
traffic_cone's profile picture
A hidden gem on this record is the B2 track. It takes that excellent trademark punchy kickdrum and uses it to devastating effect in a fantastic 200 bpm hardcore techno track. This classic track is featured in countless Producer sets from 1995 onwards, and was an influence on some of his early tracks like "Get Retarded". Very ahead of it's time - and worth getting this record for alone. (Although it has to be said that Used & Abused is equally good!)
ENAY's profile picture
Edited 16 years ago
Have You Ever Been Mellow?, a great tune that sounds very similar to the melody from TechnoHeads:- "I wanna be a hippy". When happy hardcore was first becoming popular.

The star of the show here though in my opinion is the Used & Abused track. A really hardcore banging track with a truly memorable hard trance build up in the first couple of minutes. The irregular machine gun like bass line during the buildup climax is really spectacular the first couple of times you hear it.

M-Zone used this part of the track in quite a few of this sets.

This vinyl is indeed popular and with good reason too.