Scott Brown @ Ghosttown 2014
I am not sure if I have already reviewed this set, but deep down inside I'm sure that I have. It's weird that all my old reviews have disappeared, but hey, who really cares? If I have or haven't, let's not think about what consequences it might have on the alternate universe, but for me it does not bother me in the slightest. I will happily review this right now, in another year, and maybe in 10 years. There are multiple reason why I should keep this set alive and kicking, and the main reason being that it's a set by the mighty Scott Brown.
I know there are a lot of Scott Brown fanatics out there, who love a bit of his UK Hardcore music on a daily basis. But sadly today this is not for them. This is an Early Hardcore set, and for those who are unaware of what Scott used to do, it's time for you to look up his back catalogue, and start to learn of the wizardry that this man has created since the early 90s. If there's one person who is a die-hard Gabber, it's Scott.
It's in his nature to be an Early Hardcore lover. He created this unique sound during the 90s, and became famous for his sound. Many Europeans embraced the Scott man (or the Scotchman) for his music, and even though he's not really known for his UK Hardcore/Happy Hardcore music, he's still extremely loved for his Early Hardcore music. And he knows a thing or two about how to play the finest sets, all over the world. Reading the comments of 2014s Ghosttown, people all seemed to agree that his set was absolutely astonishing. And frankly, it was.
Let's show the world what kind of records he played during this magical night.
01. Scott Brown - Detonated
02. Lord Of Hardcore - Go Bezerk
03. Inner Destruction - Bang To The Beat (Scott Brown Mix)
04. Active Force - Head Like A Pacman
05. The Scotchman - Asylum
06. Lord Of Hardcore - Work That Sukka!
07. Bass Reaction - Technophobia
08. Hyperact - My Best Friend (Dirty Mix)
09. Dune - Hardcore Vibes (South Bound Mix)
10. The Scotchman - Happy Vibes
11. Q-Tex vs Technosis - Kaos
12. Bass X - Hardcore Disco (Album Mix)
13. Sonar Zone - Adrenaline (Scott Brown Mix)
14. Ultimate Buzz - Check Da Bass (Scott Brown Mix)
15. Q-Tex - E-Creation (1995 Mix)
16. Mr. Brown - Jump!!!
17. Hyperact - House Aggression
18. E-Rick & Tactic - What The Fuck? (Scott Brown Remix)
19. Technosis - Genorate (Scott Brown Mix)
20. Bass X - Mother Fucker
21. Lord Of Hardcore - Attack The Dancefloor
22. Genaside - Eliminator
23. Annihilator - I'll Show You My Gun
24. Darrien Kelly & Scott Brown - Geleihoofd
Now that's pornographic material. You cannot say that you have looked at this tracklist and not have something happening in your undergarment section. Movement has happened, and moist levels have gone right up. There's no way of hiding it. Everyone around you can see it. And I fully understand why you would feel like that.
If you were at this event and watched the legend play, you had the night of your life. Many agreed that this set was absolutely amazing, and truth be told, I've been listening to this set over and over again, and I still find it each time wicked to the bone. True Hardcore classics. Some a bit underrated though. But still all Scott Brown records that the true Hardcore fanatics love.
I just love the fact that Scott's set is so flawless. And the way he presents these records to the crowd at Ghosttown, is just perfect. I reckon they weren't ready for the Scottish madness he represents. I've told you in previous reviews that he's a legend, and that he has been one of my all time greatest producers, and this set just proves why we should cherish this man for what he has done for the European Hardcore scene. Don't underestimate his strength as a producer and a DJ.
God, I'd wish I was there at Ghosttown. This set is flawless, and one of Scott's finest sets ever. Worth checking out, trust me.
DJ: Scott Brown
Genre/Style: Early Hardcore, Gabber
Liveset Info: Recorded @ Ghosttown 2014
Length Liveset: 00:57:56
Tracks: 24 (twenty-four)
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