I'm a former DJ and now a collector & freetime DJ. My collection exists out of approximatly 90% Hardcore vinyl. The first piece of house music I owned was a cassette tape of House Party IV - The Ultimate Megamix (1992).

As a teenager I didn't have much money to spend on music these years. I owned just a few downpriced CD's, My entry to music was tv, radio and the local club. I got familiar with house from 1991 but for me the real thing started when House Party 8 was released in 1993! My favourite CD's of that time were (and still are) House Party 6, 8, 10 & 12. The first Thunderdome album wasn't even born yet..

In the summer of 1995 my buddy and me started experimenting mixing hardcore/rave on CD players but soon found out we had to take on vinyl mixing. After working my ass off during 8 weeks pickin fruits I eventually bought two Soundlab (Technics SL1210 lookalike) turntables. After learning mixing entirely by ourselfs we decided to form a DJ Team called the "DJ Muk Squad". In need to express our passion for mixing gabber music we started organising our own parties. Till today we are still 'famed' for that :-)

Despite the commercialisation, exploitation and eventually downfall of hardcore in 1997 my need for hardcore only got bigger. Unfortunatly a 'so-called friend' of us lend some of our vinyls in 1997 eventually turning out selling half of our small but worthy collection. He also sold our Mururoa EP on Substance nowadays costing a fortune to buy back. In 1998 I started buying more vinyl than I did previously. Round the year 2002 I found myself collecting vinyls from friend's collections and selling some collection left overs on my own website. From 2004 I started working for a friend of mine starting the Blazinhot-Records webshop were we bought lot's of collections and sold lot's of older and new vinyls. A lot of collectables came my way:) In 2007 the company was sold to VIP and I decided to start my own vinyl-webshop. I started in 2009 but I unfortunatly got forced to stop this business in 2011 already due to the rise of (illegal) downloading and decreased releasing and sales on physical vinyl. A bloody shame if you ask me! Both my business and passion got struck right in the hart. Nowadays i'm sole focussing on collecting. I only wish I'd win the lotery :-)

Next to my vinyls and CDs i'm also collecting old hardcore mixes from parties held (and recorded) in the past. If you have MP3 or old tapes give me a mail and maybe we can fix something. I already have some nice coverages wich are all digitalized.
Some of my files are;

# THUNDERDOME 1 PARTY COVERAGE / The Thunder Dome (ID&T 1992) - 100% of The Dreamteam Live in the mix (4 Hours coverage) DJ Gizmo, Buzz Fuzz, Dano & The Prophet.
# Nightmare In Rotterdam 9 (1995) DJ Dano Live (1995)
# Nightmare In Rotterdam 7 (1994) - DJ Paul, Darkraver, DJ Lars & DJ panic (1994 / 2 Hours)
# DJ Paul live at Radio Balans (1995)
# Scott Brown at the Fundustry, Zaandam (1995).
# Eartquake II - The Ultimate Gabber Party (1995) mixed by DJ Chainsaw.
These coverages have been recorded from Radio from Radio Station Radio Balans and rare.

In particular i'm looking for the following recording:
# A coverage done by Radio Balans from the last "Nightmare In Rotterdam" held on the 21st of october 1995 in the Energiehal.

The Following records are my "more wanteds":
# Thunderdome VIII - The Devil In Disguise (Arcade España (Spain)
# Thunderdome 3 (Arcade España (Spain)
# Euromasters - Alles Naar De Kl- -te (Sound Of The Bomb 164)
# Rexanthony - For You Marlene (Sound Of The Bomb 147 [original pressing])
# Prophet, The & D.J. Delirium* ‎– Feels So Real (12" ID&T)
# Jones & Stephenson - The First Rebirth (12" Yellow, Transparant vinyl)
# Thunderdome - The Winter Experience (12" ID&T – 300501)

Best Parties I've visited:
- Thunderdome 1996
- Culture Shock 1996
- Hellraiser - Immortality (17th August) 1996
- Masters Of Hardcore I 1996
- Thunderdome 1998

Contact me if you need anything and keep spinning the vinyl!
Recent Activity
posted a review of Various - PCP Classics Vol.1. 7 months ago
There are two different pressings of this release. Both illegal not the same
submitted Korsakoff - My Empty Bottle (Remixes). 11 months ago
posted a review of Hypnotrance. about 1 year ago
I find the 1st edition, The Intergalactic Hard Trance Collection one release I will never ever forget. No doubts this is the best release from the series, in my opinion the only one as the follow ups are completely different. For some strange reason ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Rez II. about 1 year ago
One of my first double 12" compilations which hold good memories. Unfortunately the quality of the pressing is not good and although I don't mind crackling records this affects these good memories. I can't see one coming for sale in Near-condition and if ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Total Darkness Party-Gift. about 1 year ago
Two different release so you can add it to the database. Go to Edit Release, Copy to Draft and edit it to the release you have and add.
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Demonax - Hardcore Panic. about 1 year ago
Point 44 releases 710, 712 & 715 have been canceled by ID&T at the end of 1997 due tot the downfall of hardcore popularity and sales. This release was pressed on whitelabel and one or more covers have been printed but the official pressing was cancelled. ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - The Third Movement : 10 Years Of Music. over 2 years ago
Very rare misprint of T3RDM0167. When I send Promo/Hoff a message why my copy was white and what kind of version this was to get it into the discogs database correctly he mailed me back that he did not know anything about the excistence of this version. ... See full review
submitted Various - Untitled. over 2 years ago
submitted Various - The Third Movement : 10 Years Of Music. over 2 years ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on DJ Triple D - What's Up Whit That. over 2 years ago
As far as I know these tracks have bever been pressed on vinyl. There is no vinyl, only a cover. I am told but i'm not 100% sure. Similar to the Demonax release on Point 44 (which has a whitelabel pressing) it's cover had been designed and printed before ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 2 years ago
submitted Fear Factory - The Gabber Mixes. over 3 years ago
submitted Demonax - Hardcore Panic. over 3 years ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 3 years ago
posted a review of DJ Alex - Everybody In The House. over 3 years ago
This is such an energetic '96 hardcore record. Altough I think it could be a release from '95 (and sure is a '95 time production). All tracks are of nearly the same quality and have the same atmospheric genre. I always mixed the tracks with tracks from ... See full review
submitted D-Passion - Fuck The Free World. over 3 years ago
submitted Devillien - I'm Static. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Gold EP. over 3 years ago
Normal pressing amount in 2010 were 500, smallest pressing possible is 300 so this is limited to 300
posted a comment on Various - Untitled. over 3 years ago
Please explain what you mean with "the quality of these cancelled records is pretty lame"? Are you talking about the record-quality or track-quality?
posted a comment on Neophyte - Execute. over 3 years ago
HERAK-HEKWERK is mentioned on the cover. They mean HERAS-HEKWERK, a big company which provides fences to protect area's and building places. Often used at parties to seperate the public from the artists. I've seen many appearances of Neophyte were they ... See full review
posted a comment on Happy Rave. over 3 years ago
Non-offical first release of this serie is the RAVE ON compilation from Arcade http://www.discogs.com/Various-Rave-On-32-Weird-Hardcore-Traxx/release/69215
posted a comment on Charly Lownoice* - Wil"Hell"Mus. over 3 years ago
This record features Charly Lownoise's version of the Dutch National Anthem. The track was played as the intro track at their famous Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo's set at the Mystery Land 1994 party at the Maasvlakte. The appearance has been recorded ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - BZRK Remix PROject LP Volume 1. over 3 years ago
Most likely you have a combined version. As I remember in my work as webshop employee these vinyls also came seperate as only an A/B record or C/D record. A common practice for ID&T at the time. It is very likely there are 3 different pressings. 1. 2x12" ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Point .44 Records. over 3 years ago
From the 8th release ID&T got involved and the design of the sleeves were done by the M-Design team from ID&T.
posted a comment on The Prophet & D.J. Delirium* - Feels So Real. over 3 years ago
The complete pressing is of low quality because the DAT's were taken by someone at ID&T. Therefor they had to take the tracks from a lower quality music file. Musical quality of this vinyl doesn't get higher than VG, no matter if the vinyl is in Mint ... See full review
posted a comment on Neophyte - Execute. over 3 years ago
A special Neophyte Execute - 50 anniversary - Rotterdam Records sticker came with this release. Also a specially designed slipmat, with the first Neophyte logo, was released (sold separately).
submitted DJ Ron (2) - Fun Edition. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on DJ Ron (2) - Fun Edition. over 3 years ago
In the Netherlands this release was distributed in a plain purple cover with a white sticker on the A-label with tracklisting.
posted a review of The Dutch Masters. over 3 years ago
Unfortunatly the pressing of these records are of low quality. I have mint copies and they will be(keep) fine when not played but their all very vulnerable to wear and damage due to playing and taking the records out the cover and putting it back in. You ... See full review
posted a comment on Sim*, B-ernd & Wax (17) - Plain & Simple. over 3 years ago
This release has been released in 1997 but never made it to be an full artwork release because ID&T abandoned most of it's hardcore labels because of a downfall in hardcore poplulairity in the Netherlands at that time. Some releases were planned and ... See full review
posted a comment on Hellsound Records. over 3 years ago
There has been an entry at this label which catalogued a 12th Hellsound release from Artist Psylocke. This release has been removed because of the absence of proof that this release actually exists. If anyone knows something about this release, either ... See full review
posted a comment on The Brutalist - Fuck You All !. over 4 years ago
Also on transparant purple vinyl. Made a lot of hardcore entries but unfortunatly they won't let me add vital release information to the database. Know a lot and have a lot special stuff like this one, not in the database. Please vote my submission so I ... See full review
posted a review of Simtec vs Slamdog - 100% 909 Approved. over 4 years ago
Very very very (going on) underrated record . The past years the record sold for peanuts and in my eyes injustice for this release. I really don't understand because this is a classical ID&T Thunderdome tracker. For me two of the best 90's ERA hardcore ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Untitled. over 4 years ago
Back in the days it was pretty standard the companies send (free) promotional whitelabels with orders record store owners placed. Often 1 per release so you can probably mark yourself lucky if you look at it's worth.
posted a comment on ID&T. over 4 years ago
With the downfall of hardcore in 1998/99 ID&T canceled releasing on a lot of it's hardcore sublabel. For every release the almost always pre-pressed whitelabel (and at a time the "for dj's only" stickered) releases. Therefor some last releases have only ... See full review
posted a comment on Hellsound Records. over 4 years ago
I've seen this entry in the discogs database as to be Hellsound 12 vinyl but it disappeared from the catalog.

Artist; Psylocke

Tracks;
M.F. Gang
Fuck All
Don't Chase The Clouds

On Partyflock a user speaks about a Hellsound 12 vinyl release which ... See full review
posted a review of Coolman Records. over 6 years ago
Coolman Records is one of the prominent classic hardcore labels that has contributed immensly to what the dutch Hardcore Gabber scene has become. It was of no way a standard hardcore label. Some tracks were considered to be too underground to play on ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Rob - The Anthem. over 6 years ago
I really wonder which people DJ Rob and the Coolman Crew wanted to reach with the truely awfull "Coolman Anthem". It's no hardcore it has no kick or base, what is it???

But this release is not all but crap! The other two tracks are from Na-Goyah, not ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Six Years Of Dedication. over 6 years ago
Third Movement, Sebastian Hoff innitially wanted to press these vinyls on gold coloured vinyl since this was the 100th Third Movement release. Eventually they decided to make them look like silver but it turned out grey colour.
posted a comment on DJ Nosferatu* - Fuck The Prejudice. over 6 years ago
Ik don't like slashing out to a release but these mispresses (like many misspresses) are really nothing special. These copies are one of the first waxes who were labeled wrongly due to an error at printing, nothing more to it. Great release, great ... See full review
posted a comment on Lenny Dee - Emotional Response. over 6 years ago
1996, I was visiting my local recordstore "Down-Town Records" in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. Down-Town had a permit for also selling softdrugs (weed, hasjies and spacecake) so it was a record and coffeeshop in one. A great combination :) I roled my ... See full review
posted a comment on Holographic. over 6 years ago
Holopgrapic made a lot of fantastic hardtrance/acid under various aliasses, all in the distinct Holoprapic style on the 80 Aum Records label. In 1994 several tracks were released on ID&T/Arcade Thunderdome CD's and two vinyls had been released for ID&T's ... See full review
posted a comment on Jeckyll & Hyde. over 6 years ago
Now we are in 2012 and this music they have made marks an era of very nice tuned jumpstyle. You have discredited two fine artists totally and I think this is to short judging. They have made their music because they love music not just to earn quick ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Untitled. over 6 years ago
Backstock has been bought by RIGE Distribution after 2000 which stored it. When I worked at Blazinhot-Records and we visited Rige-distribution somehwere round 2006 I found these whitelabels in a box of ID&T whitelabels down a shelve of unimportance. I ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Digital Overdose 1996. over 6 years ago
The 2nd 17th August 1996 Hellraiser was one of the best hardcore parties in history! Unfortunatly there haven't been made a lot of these VHS copies.
posted a review of Various - Hardcore Terror - Volume One - The Dutch Masters. over 6 years ago
Great compilation! These are mainly tracks from dutch producers compiled for the UK listeners back in 1995. Nontheless a lot of copies have been exported to The Netherlands. Yes, I say "listeners" as this release is not very suitable for DJ use. The ... See full review
posted a comment on Profound (4) - 4 O'Clock. over 6 years ago
"You Got It" samples "Do You Know Where You're Going To" from Diana Ross.