old skool for da raverz....

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(8th September 2019, 08:57)firefinga Wrote: I didn't know there was a "proper" video for this Smile




^^ visuals were a very important part of the trip lol.  Perhaps a thread topic in itself?  ha.
I don't recall seeing many of these early Maldini tunes in my local shops @ the time - new or used.  I do recognize the Deep Cover "Night Crawlers" tune from the 1997 Renegade Hardware "Renegade Continuum" mix cd that I was obsessed with back then. 

Nice finds.

https://www.discogs.com/Deep-Cover-Night...ter/122291

https://www.discogs.com/Maldini-Flav-EP/master/172903






"No Turning Back", then rocked on local mixtapes. DOPE tune, sounds great now, imo. Pitched up, the tune is hella aggressive. 


https://www.discogs.com/Maldini-Kosmo-De...ase/230496

https://www.discogs.com/Goodfellas-17-Ma...ter/159840






Some of the selections were obvious here. I did guess Decoder as well before Peshay "Miles from Home". doh!


https://lobsterrecords.co.uk/products/ad...1d4cacdace

Quite decent 4-tracker of new rave music, this. From Adelphi label, which normally specialises in big room house and old school.
https://soundcloud.com/pessimist/and-tha...-episode-7
https://www.discogs.com/release/74256-Trip-The-Snowball

Just stumbled across this release recently. Nice Darkness tune, which never showed up in the playlists.

Also released on a one sided 10" Plate 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9CAphRLmH0
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LTJ Bukem - Techno 1 (Studio Mix) Yaman, 1991

Disco Biscuits–Who Wants A Disco Biscuit?
II Exodus–The Dark Spirits
Epitome Of Hype–Ladies With An Attitude (Club Dub)
Intelligent Communication–Drive
Protocol–Autoload
Masters At Work–Jump On It
Underkut–Both Ends
Toxic– Original Style
Easymo–N2
Is That It?–No Name Drum-A-Pella
NRG–Dope E Dwarf
Sys'tem X–Wind It Up (Thumpy Instrumental)
Lennie De Ice–We Are I.E.
Warp Factor 3–Jammin’ Soul (D-Shake Mix)
Linea Alba–Space Travel
Rhythim Is Rhythim– It Is What It Is
Rebel MC–Tribal Base (Foundation Instrumental)
The House Crew–Keep The Fire Burning
The House Crew–Get On Up
Chris Simmonds–Leave Him Alone
Lennie De Ice–Dance Bad
Energy Storm–Synergy X-Pansion
Plaid– Perplex
E-Dancer–Speaker Punishing (The Dirty Mix)
Moby– Go (Woodtick Mix)
I heard Bizarre Inc on the radio earlier today. I never really noticed the original "I'm Gonna Get You" was a breakbeat tune. Were there any early jungle remixes or bootlegs of the tune?

Interesting output they had. Some of their remixes aren't bad for that early era of ravey, or deep house & such.



I like Det's intro synopsis of the early Jungle characteristics. Articulated well and simple to understand this far on. I was listening to the early SOUR compilations yesterday. T-Power tunes and such. I always get into Mj Cole related stuff as well. I still have a couple SOUR cd compilations somewhere, but youtube links are great too!


Yes, Rap including a Bizarre Inc tune in the mix here. March 2020 selection here. Remember the world was ending then?




Tracklist.

00:00 Intro
00:07 Blame - Music Takes You (Original Version)
02:04 2 Bad Mice - Hold It Down - 1991
03:41Justice & Mercy - Soothe My Soul (Original)
05:33 2 bad mice bombscare
08:06 Kicks Like A Mule - The Bouncer -Housequake mix
10:00 2 XTreme - ( That Piano Track ) Xtremity EP A2
11:41 Charly The Prodigy
13:20 2 XTreme - X-Treme Theme
14:58 Your Love The Prodigy
17:45 Liquid-Liquid Is Liquid
20:07 BABY D - Let Me Be Your Fantasy (Original Version)
23:35 Edge Records 001
26:30 Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives [Quadrant Mix}]
29:44 Urban Shakedown - Some Justice
33:56 SL2 - DJs Take Control (Original version)
37:00 SL2 Way in my Brain Original Mix Awesome Records SL02
39:15 Congress - 40 miles (original white label)
41:00 Liquid - Sweet Harmony
43:34 Awesome 3 - Don't Go (Kicks Like a Mule Mix)
47:34 True Faith - Take Me Away
50:38 Zero B Lock-Up Original Mix
54:09 Shut Up And Dance - £10 (To Get In) The Rave
55:27 Hyper Go Go - High
I consider this an early trance tune.

Fantastic to this day, imo!


Get into it y'all!




This was quite a project to put together. Harthouse has so many wonderful releases throughout the 90s but to keep the set sonically consistent and with a decent flow throughout I had to limit the selections quite strictly (No Hardfloor or Der Dritte Raum for example). So I know there are many fan favorites missing here. Perhaps I can get them all into a Part 2 some day. Still, this one clocks in at 2 hours and 30 minutes! - Johan N. Lacander, March 2020

01. [00:00:00] Overboust - Tribal Groovy Hartbeat - HH-013 (1992)
02. [00:05:48] Koxbox - Acid Vol.3 - HH-047 (1994)
03. [00:13:25] Metal Master - Spectrum - HH-002 (1992)
04. [00:18:47] Afrotrance - Spiritual Energy - HH-043 (1994)
05. [00:24:01] Assign - 1988.7.16 Tokyo - HH-075 (1995)
06. [00:31:15] Marco Zaffarano - MZ 5 - HH-012 (1992)
07. [00:35:33] Pulse - Soul Hunter - HH-046 (1994)
08. [00:40:13] Spicelab - Spice Is A Fulltime Occupation - HH-041 (1994)
09. [00:46:32] The Ambush - Aton (Progressive Attack Mix) - HH-045 (1994)
10. [00:51:15] Eternal Basement - Kraft - HH-053 (1994)
11. [00:58:54] Mikerobenics - Julika (Comes Too Late Mix) - HH-056 (1994)
12. [01:07:13] Synthetic Progress - Acid Future - HH-068 (1995)
13. [01:16:27] Resistance D - Airwalker - HH-036 (1994)
14. [01:15:03] Mikerobenics - Diadora - HH-056 (1994)
15. [01:22:47] Braincell - Shapechanger - HH-031 (1993)
16. [01:33:12] Resistance D - Skyline (Eternal Basement Mix) - HH-SPECLP-005 (1994)
17. [01:40:49] Arpeggiators - Freedom Of Expression - HH-004 (1994)
18. [01:45:28] Infinite Aura - C-Trance - HH-030 (1993)
19. [01:51:03] Cybordelics - Adventure Of Dama - HH-026 (1993)
20. [01:56:07] Arpeggiators - Discover Your Innerself - HH-039 (1994)
21. [02:00:55] Resistance D - Dark-Side - HH-SPECLP-005 (1994)
22. [02:08:20] Eternal Basement - Taking Place In You (Meditation Mix) - HH-048 (1994)
23. [02:16:09] Arpeggiators - X-Plain The Un-X-Plained - HH-016 (1993)
24. [02:19:44] Aurin - Mecon - HH-022 (1993)
25. [02:25:17] Curare - Schneller Pfeil - HH-028 (1993)
Part 2 posted earlier this year!




01. [00:00:00] Frankfurt-Tokio-Connection - Luminescent Avatar - HH024 (1993)
02. [00:06:26] Resistance D - Spacewalk - HHSPECLP005 (1994)
03. [00:11:11] Infinite Aura - Fractal - HH030 (1993)
04. [00:17:10] Hardfloor - Lost In The Silverbox - HHLP1 (1993)
05. [00:24:02] The Ambush - Aton (Be-Zet Mix) - HH045 (1994)
06. [00:28:39] Resistance D - A Scientific Fact (Assign's Exploring All Aspects Of Sound Resolution Mix) - HH092 (1996)
07. [00:38:27] Holocube - Noizology - HH049 (1994)
08. [00:44:32] Eternal Basement - Alien's Friend (Robot Mix) - HH048 (1994)
09. [00:50:33] Eternal Basement - Carpe Noctem - HH065 (1995)
10. [00:58:04] Resistance D - Throm 3 - HHSPECLP005 (1994)
11. [01:03:56] Overboust - Tribal Interphase - HH013 (1992)
12. [01:08:24] Resistance D - Rezolution - HHSPECLP005 (1994)
13. [01:13:25] Resistance D - 16.12.95 (Live At Mayday) - HH092 (1996)
14. [01:25:07] Progressive Attack - Cyberlove - HH021 (1993)
15. [01:31:42] Arpeggiators - Mindmachine - HH039 (1994)
16. [01:35:39] Eternal Basement - Parkhouse - HH053 (1994)
17. [01:41:24] Pulsation - Trancepulsation - HH011 (1992)
18. [01:46:40] Jiri.Ceiver - Multiplex - HH025 (1993)
19. [01:51:07] Eternal Basement - Another Shot - HH053 (1994)
20. [01:59:13] Arpeggiators - Express Yourself - HH016 (1993)
21. [02:03:44] Spicelab - Cold Chillin' - HHLP002 (1993)
Omar Santana has a series of his "Hardcore for the Headstrong" mixes posted on his youtube channel.

YES!

Any Dutch locals lurking who remember this tv show care to comment? 


https://damouthofmadness.com/tmf-hakkeeh/


Santana was a guest on this episode. Goofy interview starting @ 27 mins in. lol Santana briefly mentioning the Blood & Crip gangster ravers in LA at the time. heh.


Amazing chat with Bones here. The amount of information shared is important.

Bones often mentions John "Jelly Bean" Benitez as a formative influence on NYC in general, including his own personal dj career of course. I often listen to Benitez's radio shows in the car. Its cool to hear Bones reference Benitez from the past, yet we're still able to hear the man in the present via his satellite radio show now. Benitez, djing since 1976.

The graffiti talk is cool too.