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Party AnimalsHava Naquila

Label:Mokum Records – MOK 54, Mokum Records – DB 1764 6
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Netherlands
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Gabber, Happy Hardcore

Tracklist

A1Hava Naquila (Tekno Mafia Mix)
RemixTekno Mafia
5:05
A2Hava Naquila (Flamman & Abraxas Radio Mix)
FeaturingMC Remsy
3:46
B1Wapperdewap1:37
B2Hakkefest5:55
B3Die Nazi Scum (Whiplash Mix)
FeaturingMC Rob Gee*
5:00
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Recorded at Studio Le Roy, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Published By Euroduo Publishing
Track B3 Published By Euroduo Publishing/Roadster Music B.V.
(P) 1996 The All Blacks B.V.
(C) 1996 The All Blacks B.V.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 16861 17646 4
  • Barcode (String): 016861176464
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 08 27873 20 1A1 DB 1764 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 08 27873 20 1B1 DB 1764 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Label): 08-027873-20
  • Label Code: LC 9231
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other: MU 111
  • Other: 717646

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hava Naquila (CD, Single)Mokum RecordsDB 1764 2Netherlands1996
Hava Naquila (10", Picture Disc, 33 ⅓ RPM)Mokum RecordsDB 1764 8Netherlands1996
Hava Naquila (CD, Maxi-Single)Mokum Records, Mokum Records, Mokum RecordsDB 1764 3, INT 826.286, 7.1764 2Netherlands1996
Hava Naquila (CD, Maxi-Single)Mokum Records, Shock (2)DB 1764 3Australia1996
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Hava Naquila (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Mokum Records, Mokum RecordsMOK 54, DB 1764 6Netherlands1996

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PhilOiseau
Party Animals were back after Have You Ever Been Mellow with... another cover of course. This time they choose to cover the Israeli folk song Hava Nagila, which was traditionally sung at jewish celebrations. With that choice it was a clear statement against nazism and facism, just like another track on here "Die Nazi Scum" suggests as well. For that I give some bonus point, but now onto the music itself:

The entire A-Side consists of Hava Naquila, first of all we hear the hardcore version "Tekno Mafia Mix" which also excludes MC Remsy (thankfully - sorry Dennis ;-) but has also speed variations like the more radio friendly Happy Hardcore version. This version is in the typical style of Flamman & Abraxas since they invented their famous remix of that one Hippy song (you know which one I mean). You can hate it, but they didn't focus on it entirely (see their LPs...) and in return could finance the pure hardcore stuff, so personally I was totally fine with it.

The B-Side starts with a short track called "Wapperdewap" and this one is a bit of a strange combination, almost like an experiment. Think of weird vocal samples combined with dark sinister atmosphere and just an indicated bassdrum.
"Hakkefest" for me is the highlight on this B-Side, a nice Gabber track with an increasing melody. This track is based on Richard Wagner - The Flying Dutchman Opera.
"Die Nazi Scum" is the hardest track on this LP and what else fits to that other than vocals by Rob Gee, even if they're limited to "Microphone Check 1-2" ,"Rob Gee" and "Die Nazi Scum". Next to that we can hear some Whiplashes, screams, and some police siren. Yeah, it's a tough one.