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TschabosGib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!)

Tschabos - Gib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!) album cover
Label:Not On Label – TSCHAB 0
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Limited Edition
Country:Germany
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore

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AGib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!)4:48
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Limited to 500 copies.

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  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): TSCHAB 0 SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): LEERMATRIZE 4

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Gib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!) (12", Single Sided, Limited Edition, 45 RPM, White Label)Not On LabelTSCHAB 0Germany1997

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  • 2Styliztik's avatar
    2Styliztik
    There is an interview with The Ultimate MC from PCP @ Global Hardcore Nation in 1997 where he mentions that Marc Acardipane and his artists were working on new releases for the rest of that year. This track has to be one of the best PCP tunes produced in that latter part of 1997.

    Gib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!) (Give Me The Bass (Even/Still More Correct!!!)) is a great mid tempo Hardcore track. Despite a more softer beat at the start, Gib Mir Die Bass has a loud high end frequency kickdrum that hits your ears hard and is a candidate for Tinnitus. The actual sounds of this track are surprisingly excellent, sort of a combination of a raw unedited Juno 2 synth and vacuum-esque Hoover. It starts off quite simple but effective but as the track progresses the synth stabs become a bit more sliced up. The last breakdown has a more manic PCP styled synth which is a little trippy but keeps the tune interesting. It's all fairly simple but it somehow works incredibly well, which seems to be a trademark of Marc Acardipane and PCP music. The German vocals by Tschabos have become quite popular at German and Dutch rave parties, they come across slurred/drunk and amusing, reminding me of Neophyte.

    Gib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!) became a massive hit and was thrashed by all the big Hardcore DJs. Due to its mid tempo nature, it was a great tune to take you from slow New Style Hardcore to faster Gabber. Interesting to note, the track wasn't released through No Mercy Records. It would have been produced in late 1997 only a few months before Planet Core Distribution collapsed, leaving Marc Acardipane and his artists with no money and the sad closure of all the PCP record labels. Gib Mir Die Bass (Noch Korrekter!!!) is a classic Early Hardcore anthem that still gets thrashed, and if you don't think its popular, go look at the prices it fetches for on Discogs!

    SIde note: one of the big DJs that played the tune regularly since its release is The Darkraver. His first name is Steve, so he always has funny expressions on his face when the track says: "Steve, wo ist die bass?" (where is the bass), classic Darkraver. :)
    • E-RAYzor's avatar
      E-RAYzor
      Edited 5 months ago
      This Record is defenitely the best the Tschabos ever produced and in my opinion it is also one of the best PCP Releases of all times!
      You still can hear this track on nearly every Early Rave and Hardcore Classix Party and it makes the crowd go wild!
      Everybody knows the Vocals "Steve, wo ist die Bass?!" and can shout them!
      Because it is limited to 500 copys, it is a collector's item and I am very happy to own one ;)

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