De Klootzakken ‎– Dominee Dimitri 2004

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Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT 093
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 DJ Neophyte & Evil Activities Alles Kapot (10 Jaar Later Lekkur Dan...) 6:04
A2 De Klootzakken Dominee Dimitri (Ach Man) 2:58
A3 De Klootzakken Marc Klein Essink Interlude 0:45
A4 De Klootzakken Dominee Dimitri (Trapt Alles In Elkaar) 1:53
B1 De Klootzakken Dominee Dimitri (Hels Kabaal Intro Door Boer Hardhorend) 8:03
B2 De Klootzakken Wat Betekent House... (Deel I) 0:50
B3 De Klootzakken Dominee Dimitri (Ja Hoor, Boeit Niet) 2:00
B4 De Klootzakken Effe Achteruut Luusteren (Eenimod Irtimid) 0:29
B5 De Klootzakken Wat Betekent House... (Deel II) 1:51

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This vinyl is a re-issue of KLOTE 01, released in 1994. The vinyl was forbidden because it samples a Dutch preacher who wasn't very pleased to hear his voice on a record. 10 Years later it's re-issued on Rotterdam Records including a new mix by DJ Neophyte and Evil Activities.

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  • Barcode: 8 713290 402042

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blackpepper

blackpepper

January 12, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

About this record, when Alles naar de Kl*te came out-i truly enjoyed this record because i actually - agreed the text with the total mass of the rebellions who are dancing and getting high and fast on more then 160 bpm. In that period the hardcore scene was like a protest against anything and it was like that . So i did and do enjoy that record. This record: Dominee Dimitri 2004 is made 10 years later and there it describes how hardcore or the house scene is a way of living but aswell the fact that even if the protest of a dominee who still thinks its music from the devil it also describes the price wich it can be when you screw it up, and you get not in love with the 160 bpm's but actually get screwed up by the dope show added Thats why i like this record alot;

"Dominee Dimitri 2004"

Still though its a record with the same rebelly objectively
wich was also with the release "Alles naar de Kl**e".