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  • Writer's pictureMartin van Zeelandt / TCD

Thumpa - Celebrating 25 Years Of Mokum Records Pt 2 (2019)

Mokum Records. If you've not heard of this label before, are you even a Hardcore enthusiast? Are you a Gabber? Created back in 1993, this label has had many releases by big Hardcore names such as Chosen Few, Flamman & Abraxas, Tellurian, DJ Dano, Scott Brown, Technohead, Party Animals, Painbringer, Peckerhead, Riot Natio, and more, many more. And Thumpa decided to release a mix commemorating their achievements in the last 25 years. His first mix (which I couldn't find, sadly) had probably a lot of other records from this majestic label, and this second instalment continues with this trend.

So, why did he do it? He made it, because he's a fan of this label. According to his Soundcloud page, it's one of his favourite labels. To me Mokum has given us many memorable tunes, and has been part of my youth during the 90s. It is quite funny to realise that there were a lot of labels which released awesome tunes. Back in the 90s I never investigated much time into the labels and their releases: I just bought whatever was in my weekly budget.

Thumpa has got many Hardcore mixes on his Soundcloud, so why did I pick this one? Well, Soundcloud's algorithm decided that I should see this mix, and no other mix. This had to be the mix that Soundcloud wanted me to listen to, so why not?

So which tunes are used for this mix? The tracklist is here. But what makes me wonder is which tracks Thumpa has used for the first mix? Couldn't find it on Soundcloud anymore...

  1. Technohead - Jetset No 1

  2. Pineapple Jack - Go Out Of Your Mind

  3. Titanium Steel - People Of Tomorrow

  4. Tellurian - Get Stupid

  5. Technohead - Mary Jane

  6. Search & Destroy - Iron Man

  7. Annihilator - Into The Wild Style

  8. Pineapple Jack - Do That Dance

  9. Annihilator - Mind War

  10. Cyanide - Feeling

  11. Tellurian - So Damn Tough

  12. Titanium Steel - Paralyzed

  13. Tellurian - Fucked Up Motherfuckers

  14. Annihilator - Get Busy With The Beats

  15. Vitamin - Cosmic Trash

  16. Hardnoiser - Chosen Few Mashup

  17. Tellurian - Vortex

  18. The Outside Agency - Touch The Darkness

  19. Haardcore - Everybody In The House

  20. Tellurian - Guyver

  21. Technohead vs Elvis Jackson - Majik

  22. Rob Gee & Ralphie Dee - Sex, Drugs & Gabberhouse

  23. The Outside Agency - Witchcraft

  24. The Twins Artcore - The Ghostbusters

  25. The Original Gabber - Life Is Like A Dance

  26. The Original Gabber - Kick Some Azz

  27. The Original Gabber - Pump That Pussy

  28. Back 2 Bass - I Wanna Be With You (Spoetnik Remix)

  29. Search & Destroy - Madness Revisited

  30. DJ Dano & Liza N Eliaz - Energy Boost

  31. DJ Dano - Fuckem All

  32. Aggroman - Cloze Your Eyez

  33. Riot Nation - Abba Gabba (The Speed Freak's Mutter Ficker Massaker)

Thumpa's selection is great. A lot of forgotten tracks. A lot of these I've not seen or heard for quite a while. Some are not that great, to be fair lol, and I understand why they have been forgotten about, but the majority should deserve a bigger stage.

A lot of these are all time classic records, and Thumpa's decision to play them, is justified. And obviously one of the biggest records from Mokum's discography has got to be Tellurian's 'Guyver'. I can honestly say that this has been one of my all time favourite records, without a shadow of a doubt. Big anthem by Tellurian, still loved by the Hardcore community.

But, the one anthem I would have liked to hear on this mix, would have been Technohead's 'Accelerator #2'. Now that's a big anthem. It might have been used on the first mix, don't know sadly.

A few records aren't my favourite, and sadly Rob Gee was involved in those: 'Sex, Drugs & Gabberhouse' is one of those, and 'Abba Gabba'. I have heard Rob Gee play 'Sex, Drugs...' live at Mysteryland 1998, didn't go down that well. This record hasn't aged well, compared to the others used for this mix.

A very nice dedication mix for one of the pioneering labels of the Hardcore scene. Support both the label and the DJ of this mix, DJ Thumpa! And check out both their websites and Soundcloud channels: so much more music for you to hear!

DJ: Thumpa

Genre/Style: Hardcore, Gabber, Early Hardcore

Mix Info: Celebrating 25 Years Of Mokum Records Pt 2

Length Mix: 01:36:46

Tracks: 33 (thirty-three)

Download/Listen (via Soundcloud): LISTEN HERE

File Size: unknown

File Type: unknown

Release Year: 2019

Audio: Stereo

Sample Rate: unknown

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