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Hardcore Rhythm Team - Hardcore - The Final Conflict download album

  • Performer: Hardcore Rhythm Team
  • Title: Hardcore - The Final Conflict
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: VOC AA MP3 APE MOD AIFF WMA
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore
  • MP3 album: 1264 mb
  • FLAC album: 1602 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 653
Hardcore Rhythm Team - Hardcore - The Final Conflict download album

com/release/111599 01. Hardcore -The Final Conflict 02. Gunpowder (Mindblower Mix) 03. Oooooh!

However, Gunpowder and Hardcore -The Final Conflicton are absolute underground darkside Breakbeat Hardcore Techno power smashers. Best track on the release is Gunpowder though. Could have done without the unnecessary Baby D vocal sample though. What do the 'bring it down to love' lyrics have anything to do with this beast anyway? As per usual - unnecessary vocals. In any case, a real badass rough as nails tune though and somehow the vocal doesn't put me off.

Hardcore Rhythm Team I Wanna Know (Breaks Mix). terrorize it's just a feeling (three in one night remixed by the hardcore rhythm team). Unknown Artist (Hardcore Rhythm Team) Untitled.

FINAL CONFLICT is a Neo-Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Their style reminds me a bit of ILUVATAR, particularly their vocalist, but also in the melodic arrangements. FINAL CONFLICT Videos (YouTube and more).

Слушать песню hardcore 1992 онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон (андроид, айфон) вы можете на сайте YoSound. Hardcore Rhythm Team – Do U C The Light (Original 1992 Mix). Hit The Decks Vol. 1 -- The Battle Of The DJ s (Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno 1992) – Two Little Boys - Megamix. Altern8 vs. Evelyn King – Shame (Hardcore Mix), 1992. TECHNO TRANCE MEGAMIX – Full Album 75 28 Min Hardcore Holland 199. :20. Hardcore 1992 Liquid – Phog (Original Mix).

Tracklist

Hardcore -The Final Conflict 5:03
Gunpowder (Mindblower Mix) 3:00
Oooooh! 3:35
Ragga Clash 4:00

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FRUT-001 Hardcore Rhythm Team Hardcore - The Final Conflict ‎(12") Furious Records FRUT-001 UK 1992
FRUT-001 Hardcore Rhythm Team Hardcore - The Final Conflict ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Furious Records FRUT-001 UK 1992
FRUT-001 Hardcore Rhythm Team Hardcore - The Final Conflict ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Furious Records FRUT-001 UK 1992



Reviews about Hardcore Rhythm Team - Hardcore - The Final Conflict (8):
Meri
Ragga Clash is an all round traversty. Diabolical crap. too busy, too much going on, too many vocals, too many chipmunks, too ragga. Cheesy synth stabs, and that Emmerdale Farm bit is the icing on the cake for a crapola diarrhea cake recipe. Reminds me of an acquaintance we used to go raving with at the Orange Rave at Camden Palace and The Rocket, who loved the real cheesy crap side of things sampling kids' shows, crap tv shows Eastenders etc. This, that other crap with Aled Jones on vocals, Roobarb & Custard. You know who you are, bit of a thief aswell. Knob. Definitely circulating from late 1991 as I unfortunately remember hearing it late November/Early December of that year at said Rave.However, Gunpowder and Hardcore -The Final Conflicton are absolute underground darkside Breakbeat Hardcore Techno power smashers. Best track on the release is Gunpowder though. Could have done without the unnecessary Baby D vocal sample though. What do the 'bring it down to love' lyrics have anything to do with this beast anyway? As per usual - unnecessary vocals. Us Brits can never, ever not add even more unnecessary godawful vocals in hardcore can we? So obsessed with them. In any case, a real badass rough as nails tune though and somehow the vocal doesn't put me off.
Xtintisha
What a cynical and arsey review ... Ragga Clash is the best tune on there, for all the reasons you hate it ... I love a bit of humour and tongue in cheek - theme song - piss take parody in there ... is part of the scene. The choppy, dubby, doubled up licks, basic bleeps and Buddy Bye Bye ode in the B-line ... harks back to the roots of the Dub Soundsystem that Rave culture comes from. You can't take it too seriously, and I throw in a tune like that at the end of the set just to see the looks on peoples faces, whether they like it or not ... I even had a copy of the original Magic Roundabout I used at a couple of free parties I played in the West Country one time and people went nuts for it ...always made me laugh when tunes like that came in randomly, as being off your face at a rave-up has a built-in sense of humour and senselessness "anything goes" about it ... I can't stand DJ's that just play it safe and stay "darkside" because they can't laugh at it or themselves ... It always seems to be guys who patrol those wanky Darkside Hardcore forums, that's the last thing anyone should be a part of ... are you really darkside, too? I bet you wear your Darth Vader outfit when going down to Iceland or making beans on toast, don't you? What a load of bollocks
Eseve
Good release that could have been much better with better mastering.
Gandree
Full of gun powder! Yes I agree! This was the one way to twist the mentasm sound. Joey beltram- Sterling- 20 quid- Hardcore Rhythm Team- Gunpowder (Mindblower Mix). And I do wonder if Bizzy Brian B got influenced with his production of Twisted Mentazm? Hardcore Rhythm Team ‎– Hardcore - The Final Conflict was an e.p. that literally sorted the whistle blowing ravers (which I always found annoying back in 92) against the true followers of this sound who wanted to know more and thus go deeper!
Rageseeker
Full of gun powder :-)
anneli
only 25 of the white label version exist.
Na
I find it difficult to believe that, I distinctly recall rejecting a white label copy of this in Zoom Records in Camden because the Emmerdale sample was just too much. Maybe 200-500.. Zoom was good to great at that time for hardcore but at 25 copies and with shops taking 5-10 for stock at least that puts them in a 1 out of 5 shops at the most in London, and at that time, you got to think of Music Power x2, Boogie Times, Blackmarket, De Underground etc (plus big name djs)… Even something as crazy rare as the Eastern Promise EP was 200, oh, and btw, I didn't reject that one ;)
Malogamand
B2 - Ragga Clash is the tune from this EP that everyone into the scene back in 1992 will no doubt remember. The track includes the theme tune from the TV series 'Emmerdale Farm' (now called 'Emmerdale') which has been on British TV for years - not that I've ever watched it! Its a mad track with lots of Ragga style vocal samples, a kicking breakbeat and ravey stabs throughout.

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