Collector from the lands of nether
started somewhere end 96/beginning 97 and it got a bit out of hand
Recent Activity
submitted One And One - Phenomenon. over 3 years ago
submitted Tiny Tot - La Bambolina. over 3 years ago
submitted Too Fast For Mellow - In My House. over 4 years ago
posted a review of Reefboer* & Hooihouse* Present De Klootzakken - Dominee Dimitri. over 12 years ago
Dominee dimitri was a project of Vincent Hendriks and Otto van der Toorn and was made after they released Alles naar de Klote under their alias De Euromasters.

In that they already played 2 farmers that were in the supposition that Dj Dimitri was a ... See full review
posted a review of Lt. D'Amato - Sounds Of Frustration. over 13 years ago
For me this is one of the biggest hardcore smashers ever made. The sounds, bassdrums...it all works for me.

But it is also one of the hardest to get. The story goes that after it came out the artist wasn't happy with the release and had it destroyed ... See full review
posted a review of Cenobite Records. over 13 years ago
When it comes to older hardcore labels cenobite is certainly in my top 3. Unique in it's style i can't think of any other labels like this one. Using the combination of trancy melodies but the pace and kicks of hardcore they had their own thing. Being ... See full review
posted a review of Supreme Intelligence. over 14 years ago
This label set the standard for the nowadays darkcore style in hardcore. I suppose it was a bit to progressive for it's days, because most releases didn't became populair untill the end of Supreme Intelligence.

It also was responsible for one of the ... See full review
posted a review of 160 BPM Speedlimit. over 14 years ago
On of the many ID&T hardcore labels. This one was ment for the newstyle releases.

Only 2 releases on it were really official ones, (#2 The Classic Man & #3 Buzz Fuzz) the other three only came out as white label.

Davex & The classic man are a bit ... See full review
posted a review of Bionic Recordings. over 14 years ago
Nice label from the Cardiac Crew.

It started as a trancecore label in the line of the famous Cenobite label. Though it didn't really work out and they made some changes in order to maintain the label.

The label started getting more populair with ... See full review
posted a review of Undercover Anarchist - Limited Edition. over 14 years ago
The first ruffneck limited edition. It has number 000 but was released between 011 and 012.
It contains 3 tracks of which the Ass Off Remix is most known from a houseparty mix cd and it is a very cool track.
Didgeridoo contains the wellknown sounds of ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Limited Edition II. over 14 years ago
Another special wannahave on the Ruffneck label.
This double 7" set was limited to a 1000 pcs.

Hyperion was a project of G. Pernet (known from the KNOR) label. Later on at the Gangsta label there were also Hyperion tracks released, but these were ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Ruffneck - Fear Of A Ruff Planet II - The Quest For Justice. over 14 years ago
For me this is one of the best hardcore (or artcore if you want) cd's ever made.

It was the closure of the Ruffneck era and the beginning of the Gangsta / Supreme Intelligence period.

There are 5 tracks on it that are a different.
Flashback is ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Fear Of A Ruff Planet. over 14 years ago
Very cool double album on Ruffneck.

This record originally came out with a small poster (format was twice the size of a record sleeve).
On it was a picture, or a symbol, of every artist that was on the album and the tracklisting.

The name was ... See full review
posted a review of Various - The Supreme Intelligence Limited Darkcore Symposium. over 14 years ago
Though this is numbered 13 out of 15 releases on Supreme Intelligence it was released way earlier. About the sixt record released actually.

But it got number thirteen because it was the second limited vinyl on Supreme Intelligence (the first was 0). ... See full review
posted a review of Meagashira - Unimplemented Trap: Code 52. over 15 years ago
The first release of Meagashira and probably his least know. Though still a very nice record. The Meagashira track on the ??? side reminds of Apocalyps Never on the Cold Rush label, but the producer never heared that track.

Another funny thing about ... See full review