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Performer: Dyprax
Genre: Electronic
Album: Masters Of Hardcore - Disorder In Italy
Released: 2011
Style: Hardcore, Gabber
MP3 version ZIP size: 1858 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1934 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1617 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 771
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Outblast* & DJ D Electro Shocking (Dyprax Remix)
Remix – Dyprax
1-2 Neophyte Live And Loud (Neophyte & Tha Playah's Loud Mix)
Remix – Neophyte, Tha Playah
1-3 Outblast* Bassleader (Official Bassleader Hardcore Anthem 2011)
1-4 State Of Emergency Crack It
1-5 The Viper & G-Town Madness Let It Bump (Korsakoff Remix)
Remix – Korsakoff
1-6 Kid Morbid & Dazzler* Conflict
1-7 Dyprax & MC Tha Watcher The Statement Of Disorder (Official MoH 2011 Anthem)
1-8 Tha Playah On The Edge
1-9 T-Junction & Dyprax Religion Of The Beast
1-10 D-Passion Done Talking
1-11 Angerfist Incoming
1-12 Catscan & Tomcat Impending Doom
1-13 Predator & Angerfist The Switch (Meccano Twins Remix)
Remix – Meccano Twins
1-14 Dyprax & Angerfist The Pearly Gates
1-15 Nosferatu & Endymion Judgment Day
1-16 Catscan Divine Area
1-17 Hellsystem End Of Time
1-18 Negative A & Counterfeit Self-Acclaimed Criminals
2-1 Unexist Don't Exist
2-2 D-Passion Indestructible
2-3 Ophidian End The Earth
2-4 DJ Mad Dog & Anime Hardcore Machine
2-5 Meccano Twins Pain & Fear
2-6 Ophidian Abandon
2-7 Art Of Fighters Nirvana Of Noise (Official Dominator Anthem 2011)
2-8 Noize Suppressor & DJ Mad Dog Bassdrum Bitch
2-9 DJ Mad Dog B.O.B.
2-10 Satronica Vs Treachery The Dream Within
2-11 The Wishmaster Cyberpunk
2-12 Tha Playah On The Edge
2-13 Unexist & DJ Mad Dog Fight The Power
2-14 Meccano Twins Combustion
2-15 Neophyte The New Shit
2-16 Unexist & Satronica Fuck The System
2-17 Unexist Vs DJ Mad Dog D3stroy The System
2-18 Neophyte & Tieum Les Saboteurs
2-19 Dyprax The Statement Of Disorder (Official MoH 2011 Anthem) (Unexist Remix)
Remix – Unexist
2-20 Unexist #1
2-21 Neophyte & Drokz Sloop Die Speakers
2-22 Section Grabuge Policia
2-23 Unexist Body Bag

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonic Solution Entertainment S.r.l.
  • Copyright (c) – Sonic Solution Entertainment S.r.l.

Credits

  • Artwork – Patrick Moerland
  • DJ Mix, Compiled By – Dyprax (tracks: 1-1 to 1-18), Unexist (tracks: 2-1 to 2-23)
  • Mastered By – Maxx Monopoli*
  • Production Manager – Barbara Palermo

Notes

Track 1-12 is listed as Impeding Doom
Track 2-11 is listed as Psycopunk

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8033148252125
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): HA-4837S-TRAXCD079/1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): HA-4838S-TRAXCD079/2
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI LY87
Golden Lama
CD1 Mixed by Dyprax. Although is a mixed compilation most of the tracks appear in almost full length and that gives you the opportunity to test them. In general is a very good cd with the classic hardcore tracks including vocal samples, (some with men vocals some with female), lead synths, but with the same drum sound with differences in the rhythm and occasionaly in the attack filters. That's not necessarily bad, but we don't have anymore the diversity of the 90's (for example). All the tracks are awesome. They keep you alive and kicking. It's the sound that you can easily hear for hours in a party for example and that, because having a section in the middle of the track or in the beginning with "soft" melody and some vocals helps you chill out and prepare for the next wave of synth and drums. (I'm talking about track 7 - Statement of disorder, track 8 - On the edge). They are just two examples.The majority of the hardcore songs in this compilation and era shares the same pattern. I cannot tell which song i liked most, because all are fantastic. Just enjoy. CD2 Mixed by Unexist. A more remixed cd with shorter lengths of the tracks. A little harder than the first cd with some tracks reminding something like noisecore, with shouting vocals that hurt your ears and drum lines without specific patterns, something like improvisation. We don't have the same melodies like the first cd. The tracks here are rough and noisy, and that's the reason i didn't pay too much attention in this one. My suggestion and opinion is that the second cd is not for all the hardcore funs. I may be wrong. Besides, it's all about taste in the music.