Thunderdome 2019 Heroes Of Hardcore Mix By Jehuty
We have made it to Tuesday! Wahey, time to party. And since last Monday I've been working at home alone: the wife is back in the office. So I'm sitting here, all alone, and guess what happens? The Dutchman is back in his 'normal' environment: Hardcore music is blasting through his speakers. And of course I am listening to the music that I grew up with. The proper Hardcore, the golden tunes. The tunes that shaped me into the person I am. And that's all thanks to Thunderdome's recent livestream. The spark has been ignited again. But does it truly go off?
Last year we had the brilliant Thunderdome, with the wicked camouflage background surrounding the Wizard. And I only recently discovered a mix made to celebrate last year's edition. A mix made by someone called Jehuty. He/she made a few mixes to commemorate the upcoming event, but the one I am interested in, is the Heroes Of Hardcore mix. This sub group of Thunderdome had its own CD collection, which I owned 95% of. And some editions were much better than the Thunderdome CDs. But they were memorable.
Jehuty made this mix, containing 35 records from the finest Hardcore DJs/producers. The tracks will blow your mind. Some of these records I've not come across for a few years, maybe even longer than a decade. But it's good to hear those sexy, ear soothing anthems again! And if you are a true Hardcore lover, you will know at least 97% of the records selected for this mix.
I don't know if you are ready for this amount of filth. Jehuty, whoever you are, the tracklist is superb. True Hardcore fanatics will have moist underpants and/or erections right now. This is filth, freaking filth.
Promo & MC Drokz - Thunderdome Anthem 2007 (Intro CUT)
50% Of The Dreamteam - Open Sesame (Theme From Hell)
Catscan - WOIII
Promo & X-Ess - Vicious Circle
DJ Promo - Counter Attack
DJ Promo - King Of Pain
DJ Promo - Life From The Other Side
Bodylotion - How Much Can You Take (Catscan Remix)
Menace 2 Society - Chronic Disorder
Tony Salmonelli - Hey! (The Viper & Mad-E-Fact Remix)
Catscan - Finishing Profiles
Nosferatu & Ophidian - Psychiatric Ass
Ophidian - Butterfly VIP
American Hardcore Alliance - We Will Never Forget (DJ Sabotage Remix)
DJ Sabotage - Forced To Snap
Dione - Confusing MFs
DJ Promo & Digital Boy - Serious Damage
Three Village vs Impulse Factory - The Underground
G-Shock - Demons (Promo Remix)
Jappo & Lancinhouse - Exlxaxl (Neophyte & Evil Activities Remix)
The Viper - Intellectual Killer (DJ Nosferatu & Endymion Remix)
Endymion - Payback
DJ Paul & DJ Promo - Enemies 4 Life (Promo Mix)
DJ Promo - Hurricane Brain
DJ Nosferatu vs Endymion - The Desolate One
Masochist vs Impulse Factory - We Are (Like I Told Ya)
Buzz Fuzz - Jealousy (Is A Muthafucka) (Neophyte Remix)
The Masochist - Antimix (Neophyte Antimix)
Omar Santana - Causing Hysteria
Pino D'Ambini & Buzz Fuzz - Murphy's Law
DJ Buzz Fuzz - Men Of Teflon
Project Omeaga - Prednison Attack
Endymion - Rock The Part-E
Nosferatu - Have It Your Way
Nosferatu & Endymion - Drunk With A Gun
It might sound weird to say, but when I hear some of these records, I do not think of Thunderdome, but more of Masters Of Hardcore. You know, some of these records have got this distinctive MoH sound, and some the Thunderdome sound. I do not know how to describe it, but who actually gives a fucking shit about what I type? It's all fucking Hardcore, and that's all that matters!
Jehuty has selected some heavyweight anthems. Let me get them out of the way right now: these are the three biggest and finest records of this mix (according to me): DJ Paul & Promo's 'Enemies 4 Life', remixed by Promo, Nosferatu's 'Have It Your Way', and of course The Viper's 'Intellectual Killer', remixed by Nosferatu and Endymion. Those three are certainly my most favourite ones, but what are yours?
I think I know Hardcore enough, especially the early stuff, but this mix proves to me that I've still got things to learn. Jehuty selected a few records so unknown to me, I had to Google them. American Hardcore Alliance? DJ Sabotage? And I've never heard the Omar Santana record before. Never too old to learn, eh? And I'm not a millionaire: not had all the money to buy each and every Hardcore record ever made!
I like the mix a lot. Just 'knallen'. Nothing else. A few small mixing errors, but nothing major. I will certainly follow the page, and check out the other mixes he/she has made. Thanks Jehuty for making my Tuesday slightly better!
Genre/Style: Hardcore, Gabber, Millennium Hardcore
Mix Info: Thunderdome 2019 Heroes Of Hardcore Mix By Jehuty
Length Mix: 01:02:56
Tracks: 35 (thirty five)
Download/Listen (via Soundcloud): LISTEN HERE
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More Information: Thunderdome - Official Website