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Earthquake III (DISC 1 & 2)

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Earthquake III (DISC 1 & 2) DISC 1: 01-Da Beatblower - Fuck Your S Off (Stunned Guys Mix) 02-Knightvision - Knight Of Visions 03-Public Domain - Meat Beat 04-Too Fast For Mellow - M.F. Bass In Your Face 05-DJ Sim - Gangsta 06-DJ Gizmo & Delirium - Do You Wanna Dance 07-DJ Waxweazle & Guitar Rob - Pump It, DJ! 08-Wedlock - Ganjaman 09-Micado - Raise Your Hands 10-Baba Nation - My Honbra 11-DJ Paul - Boom Boom 12-DJ Delirium Feat. Guitar Rob - The Rythm`s On Time 13-Lenny Dee & Darkraver - To Da Rythm 14-DJ Weirdo & DJ Sim- Kick This Muthaf#@ka (DJ Jordens Remix) 15-Bertocucci Feranzano - XTC Love 16-Low Q - I Don`t Want Your Love DISC 2: 01-Stunned Guys - Love Really Sucks 02-The Prophet & Delirium - We Love 2 Party 03-Toni Salmonelli - Hey 04-The Partyman - Work That Sucker To Death 05-Enfusia - Hit Em With This 06-DJ Tails & Noizer - We`ll Slammit Down 07-Mindcontroller - Oohh God Damned I`m Great 08-Critical Mass - Dancing Together 09-The Prophet & Delirium - The Way You Make Me 10-Bertocucci Feranzano - Don`t Stop 11-DJ Francois & Jeremy - Guns, Smoke & Fire 12-DJ E-rick & Tactic - Hands In D'air 13-Brainiac - The Rhyme Goes On 14-BC Kid - Das Gehammer 15-The Speedfreak - Freak Tonight 16-Shaftman - Shaftman Early hardcore, Gabba or Gabber (/ˈɡæbər/; from Dutch: [ˈxɑbər]) is a style of electronic music and a subgenre of hardcore. "Gabber" is an Amsterdam slang word of Bargoens and Yiddish origin (cf. chaver) that means "mate", "buddy", "pal" or "friend". Although a house variant from Detroit reached Amsterdam in the late 1980s, it was the producers and DJs from Rotterdam who evolved it into a harder house variant which is today known as "Gabber". The specific sound of Rotterdam was also created as a reaction to the house scene of Amsterdam which was seen as "snobby and pretentious". Though house tracks from Frankfurt's Marc Acardipane were quite similar to the Rotterdam style, it was the popularity of this music in the Netherlands which made Rotterdam the cradle of early hardcore. The essence of the early hardcore sound is a distorted bass drum sound, overdriven to the point where it becomes clipped into a distorted square wave and makes a recognizably melodic tone. Often the Roland Alpha Juno or the kick from a Roland TR-909 was used to create this sound. Early hardcore tracks typically include samples and synthesised melodies with the typical tempo ranging from 180 to 220 bpm. Drugs and profanity are common themes in early hardcore, perceptible through its samples and lyrics, often screamed, pitch shifted, or distorted. Early hardcore was popular in many countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and Italy. In the late 1990s, the early hardcore became less popular than the Hardstyle. After surviving underground for a number of years, in 2002 the style reappeared in the Netherlands in a new form, the mainstream hardcore. The sound becomes more mature, darker, and industrial and derives. SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_hardcore