modern hardcore house?

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Give us an example mate. You sound like a Raindance raver from the late 80's
 

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it should be banned its all crap,no need for this type of "music"its talentless repetitve noise that has no artistic merit or talent required to make
 

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is it me or is it just oldskool house speeded up with people on helium?

what do you mean?

like some of scooters stuff?

all his vocals sound as if its a wee guy on hellium but i love it!!

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Some of the hardcore from 92-94 sounded something like what dave is referring to
 

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happy hardcore is a scene a culture and part of that culture is the drug scene mainly e and cocaine and whilst on that type of drug you need a fast tune with a good bass line to dance to.

I liked hardcore as a teenager but now much prefer hard house,funky house,electro etc but i do like some of the newer future hardcore.

i also like indie bands and some pop guns n roses green day nirvana only thing i cant stand is RnB


each to there own though eh :)
 

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Give us an example mate. You sound like a Raindance raver from the late 80's

lol, went to Dreamscape, and back in the day a couple of warehouse raves(illegal of course), Quadrant park and Shelly's stoke.

i'd have to take about 10 g's of whizz to keep up with that scooter crap.

ooo, did anyone used to collect loads of flyers after clubs and use them as wallpaper :)

also i could perform better tunes on my old Rolf Harris Stylophone!
 
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lol, went to Dreamscape, and back in the day a couple of warehouse raves(illegal of course), Quadrant park and Shelly's stoke.

i'd have to take about 10 g's of whizz to keep up with that scooter crap.

ooo, did anyone used to collect loads of flyers after clubs and use them as wallpaper :)

also i could perform better tunes on my old Rolf Harris Stylophone!

Ahhh the memories of purple ohms, penguins, e's....I think thats why my brain doesn't function properly any more.

So you did the scene up north? I used to do to most of the eaves in London with my favourite being anything that I cant remember. Raindance in Jenkins Lane, Utopia at Michael Sobers Studios and some great raves in Essex.

Things are far far too commercialised these days unless you know some people who know some people and these mini raves are few and far between.
 

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Ahhh the memories of purple ohms, penguins, e's....I think thats why my brain doesn't function properly any more.

So you did the scene up north? I used to do to most of the eaves in London with my favourite being anything that I cant remember. Raindance in Jenkins Lane, Utopia at Michael Sobers Studios and some great raves in Essex.

Things are far far too commercialised these days unless you know some people who know some people and these mini raves are few and far between.

lol. munk, were not purple ohms trips, as i remember, i was brought up on the rave generation, but as i got older started going to the pleasuedone,bowlers, then moved onto the hacienda and renaissance.

you think your mind is gone don't ever peek into mine :)
 

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you think your mind is gone don't ever peek into mine :)

Rumour has it, there's an old skool tune constantly playing somewhere in all that hollowness.

I was never into the 'uppers'. I preferred all the mind f*ck stuff like trips. What was I talking about again? LOL
 

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munk, take it your from down south? Mitsubishi, dennis the menises and there was a yellow one, cant remember the name, rin a bell.
 

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Yep London. I remember the Mits but I think they came in the mid 90's and not the late 80's. I never did a DTM. I do recall doves of various assortments. I haven't done a pill in years and wouldn't like to either.

Trips OTH..let me at 'em let me at 'em
 

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Yep London. I remember the Mits but I think they came in the mid 90's and not the late 80's. I never did a DTM. I do recall doves of various assortments. I haven't done a pill in years and wouldn't like to either.

Trips OTH..let me at 'em let me at 'em

but was'nt mdma a legal drug in the states, used for marriage counciling, i remember after a club kept it my pecker, pecking for a long, loooong, while :)
 
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Me Neither Munkey Pills when i did them, 20-25 squid now 25-50p each mmm.
Quadrant park brings back some great memories, also Legends, Club 4 and shelleys, helter skelter in Telford saw Carl Cox before he was massive what a night.
 

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Me Neither Munkey Pills when i did them, 20-25 squid now 25-50p each mmm.
Quadrant park brings back some great memories, also Legends, Club 4 and shelleys, helter skelter in Telford saw Carl Cox before he was massive what a night.

That's a great point. You can buy a pill for next to nothing where as for around 10 odd years the prices never went below a tenner each, it must make you wonder what the hell is in there.

Next time you're in Dam bring back some trips :)
 

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never liked Carl Cox, but i have seen Prodigy and N-Joi live at the pleasuredrome/bowlers, best act ever, also saw 808 state with MC tunes, was good aswell
 

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never liked Carl Cox, but i have seen Prodigy and N-Joi live at the pleasuredrome/bowlers, best act ever, also saw 808 state with MC tunes, was good aswell

I saw The Prodigy at Glastobury in 95 and they are the best act I have ever seen too. Radiohead come a close second but a completely different genre.
 

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I saw The Prodigy at Glastobury in 95 and they are the best act I have ever seen too. Radiohead come a close second but a completely different genre.

you are very similar to me, love house music(got to be the funky stuff), but used to love Portishead & Roses, brother brought me up on two tone records, the nutty boys, madness etc

think i was in glasto in 98
 
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