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VariousSlammin' Vinyl Present Absolute Classic Hardcore

Label:Slammin' Vinyl – SVLPHH008
Format:
3 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Jungle

Tracklist

A1Shades Of RhythmSweet Sensation4:52
A2MI7*Rockin' Down The House7:55
B1MC LethalRavedigger5:00
B2Noise FactoryThe Fire5:56
C1Razor Boy & Mirror ManBeyond Control7:28
C2Tango & RattyFinal Conflict5:40
D1Mad Ragga JonOriginal Bad Boy5:33
D2Dune (6)Too Much (Ray Keith Remix)
RemixRay Keith
6:12
E1Orca4am5:02
E2XenophobiaRush In The House4:48
F1GlideAlright (All Night Mix)5:20
F2YolkBish Bosh5:29
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Notes

Marketed and manufactured by Slammin' Vinyl Music.

Track C2 mistitled on this compilation as "Tales From The Darkside" but is actually "Final Conflict".

Track F1 mistitled on this compilation as "Release (All Night Mix)"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 666017 035512

Reviews

  • jam1's avatar
    jam1
    Edited 2 months ago
    Not gonna lie the pressing could be a lot better on this 3x12 set, but when you consider nearly all their comps before this (by about a year or two) had that awful anti pop filter on all the tracks I would rather them sound like this than with that annoying filter any day!
    And from what I have come across this is one of the few non wobberly SV presses yet! Even Inc the Dreamscape represses!!!
    • Akaikitty's avatar
      Akaikitty
      Fire is cut too hot, bish bosh sounds like it was from a needle drop from a shit 80s amstrad all in one with a wrecked needle.

      4am is a bit sibilant on the vocals. Not the needles here, they have like 5 days use on them

      Bloody good selection for the price tho. Definitely worth it

      Apart from that it sounds aight
      • aidiothir's avatar
        aidiothir
        Edited 5 years ago
        The tunes selection is top , but the sound quality is terrible. ''Noise Factory - The Fire'' and ''Yolk - Bish Bosh'' which are top hardcore breaks tunes are almost un-listenable here.
        • AtomicCow's avatar
          AtomicCow
          Another wicked compilation of oldskool from Slammin' Vinyl. Both tracks on side C are misnamed. C1 is actually "Cutter mix" and C2 is "Final Conflict" (both appear on the flipside of the tune credited). This compilation is worth owning for "The Fire" alone. They included the instrumental version of "rocking down the house" (I didn't even know there was one) which was a good decision since the vocals suck. I have no idea where the "Too Much" tune came from, never heard of it outside of this release.

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