Various ‎– Thunderdome - F*ck Mellow, This Is Hardcore From Hell

Arcade ‎– 018450.6
CD, Compilation

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1 DJ Hooligan B.O.T.T.R.O.P.
Written-By – DJ Hooligan
2 Ramirez Terapia (DJ Ricci Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – DJ RicciWritten By – Persi / Dr. Rizzatti / Testoni / MorattoWritten-By – Dr. Rizzatti*, Moratto*, Persi*, Testoni*
3 Hard Attack Bonehead
Written-By – Elstak*
4 Interactive Amok (Dancefloor Massacre)
Written By – Lissat / ZenkerWritten-By – Lissat*, Zenker*
5 Scarface I'll Take You All To Fuckin' Hell
Written-By – Boon*
6 Rexanthony For You Marlene (New Deutschland Version)
Written By – Rex / Nurton / PinosaWritten-By – Nurton*, Pinosa*, Rex*
7 The Speed Freak Sonic-Mine EP
Written-By – Biochip C.
8 Asylum Mescalum
Written-By – Kerckhoven*
9 Final Analyzis El Punto Final (Power Mix)
Written By – Stephenson / SantiniWritten-By – Stephenson*, Santini*
10 Moka DJ Hei, Dieghito
Written By – Moka / VisnadiWritten-By – Visnadi*, Moka*
11 English Muffin'* The Blood Of An English Muffin'
Written By – Dee / DeeWritten-By – Dee*, Dee*
12 X-Buzz Overload
Written-By – Beltram*
13 Vitamin Cosmic Trash
Written-By – Dano*
14 Terragon Party
Written By – Mahu / PernetWritten-By – Pernet*, Mahu*
15 Chosen Few Freedom
Written-By – Prijt*
16 Bald Terror Hardcore
Written-By – Elstak*Written-By [Uncredited] – Carlos Antunes
17 The Tekno Clan Ad Nauseum
Written By – Dr. X / Simes Acidic / The ShakerWritten-By – Dr. X (3), Simes Acidic, The Shaker (2)
18 Control DC Ritmo Dell Diavolo (Inferno Mute Mix)
Written By – Bertoli/Palmiro/VaroneWritten-By – Bertoli*, Palmiro*, Varone*

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Total duration: 77:14.

Tracklisting is given on CD, back cover and booklet back. Tracks 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 are also listed on front cover.
Tracks 2, 4, 6, and 9 are listed without any mix information.
Tracks 8, 12, 16 & 18 are listed as "Bonustracks", since they were not included in the cassette version.
Track 5 is the A-side version from the same named release.
Track 7 is an edit of the B side of The Speed Freak's Sonic Mine - EP, containing parts of all five tracks in the same order: "Fickmusik" (1:45), "The Louder You Scream, The Faster We Go!" (2:05), "The Dance Of The Stammering Suckers" (0:48), "The Way It Should Be" (0:05) and "U Got It" (1:13).
Track 16 is typoed "Hardoore" on booklet back and CD, but correctly spellt on back cover. Writing is erroneously credited to "Elstak / van Naamen".
Track 17 is listed as "Ad. Nauseum (Phase 1 The Warning)". The extract taken however also includes "Phase II - The Engagement" entirely, as well as the first seconds of "Phase III The Judgement".

Back cover notes:
CD: 018450.6
Also available
MC: 018450.4

This compilation ℗ 1993 © 1993 Arcade Benelux B.V.
Design: Myosotis - Baarn

This album has been compiled in association with:
Antler Subway, Boscaland, Boudisque, Brrr Records, Dance Farm, Dig It, Flying Records, Industrial Strength, Midtown, Mokum, Monotone, Nanada Music, Rotterdam Records, R & S

Arcade is a reg. trademark
Marketed and distributed by Arcade Benelux BV
Nieuwegein / The Netherlands
Brussel / Belgium"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 712687 845066
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS G-9835/018450.6 A 4
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other (On front cover): TV-CD

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January 18, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This first Thunderdome was the first real gabber CD which introduced a sound to a large public which wasn't done before by other recordcompanies.

I can remember the TV-commercial like it was shown yesterday for the first time. In that time I heard some hard tracks before, but this CD was something completely new to me. My father also saw the commercial and because he is a religious man he forbid me to buy this CD. Unfortunately for him, I didn't listen, and I bought the cassette to play it on my own room with my headphones on. And I suppose there were a lot of kids in those days who did the same.

Some interesting information: the cover of this CD is one of the many artwork designs which was made by Boris Vallejo. Later on in 1994 Arcade used another artwork from him for the Thunderdome 5 CD.


November 1, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

I could finally own a copy of this truely legendary CD! the first ever Thunderdome release! besise being an awesome CD for the time (and even today, specially for oldskool hardcore fans), it has an amazing cover and it was the start of the most successfull serie in the Gabber scene ever! A must hear and a must have... and surely a landmark in Hardcore (and music) history, since it was the first 100% dedicated Hardcore compilation ever. As for the music, expect some oldskool soft tracks as well as some mayhem gabber from the early days. Speed varies pretty much on this CD, and the influences of sound too - still this CD was clearly ahead of its time back then.