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Neophyte - Real Hardcore Album FLAC

Neophyte - Real Hardcore Album FLAC Performer: Neophyte
Album: Real Hardcore
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1998
Style: Hardcore, Gabber
Label: Rotterdam Records Special
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: ROTSP 2
Size FLAC: 2013 mb.
Size MP3: 2394 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 084
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Picture Disc


2Recession (DJ Paul's Remix)
Remix – DJ Paul
3Punk Motherfucker3:43
4Real Hardcore5:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ROTSP 2Neophyte Real Hardcore ‎(4xFile, WAV)Rotterdam Records SpecialROTSP 2Netherlands2011
71-741Neophyte Real Hardcore ‎(12", RE)Hardcore Come Back71-741Spain2001


  • Written-ByD. Greten (tracks: A2, B2), G. Kouwenhoven (tracks: A2), J. Streunding, R. van Roon (tracks: A2)


The female vocals in Real Hardcore are taken from the intro named "2 Kicks For Yes" of Johnny Violent's album "Shocker".

The samples from braincracking are used from Tracy Bonham's track Brain Crack.


  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): ROTSP 2 - A MZM8657/A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): ROTSP 2 - B MZM8658/B
  • Rights Society: biem/stemra


  • Published By – Suburban Sound
  • Published By – Filter Music
  • Published By – Arcade Publishing
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZM 8657
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZM 8658


Neophyte Pro Unlimited. 307 tracks307. Follow Neophyte and others on SoundCloud. Watch the video for Real Hardcore from Neophyte's Hardcore for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Neophyte recently released a compilation album dedicated to their 13 years of existence titled '13 Jaar Terreur' In April 2006 they released a new album, called 'Rechtoe Rechtaan'. View wiki. Neophyte is an influential and well-known hardcore, or gabber, group formed in 1992 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The four original members, Jeroen Streunding DJ Neophyte, Danny Greten, Jarn read more. Album 2011 4 Songs. Real Hardcore - EP. Dance 2011. Real Hardcore. 5: Hardcore Tracklist. Braincracking Lyrics. About Real Hardcore. Real Hardcore Q&A. Producers Danny Green, Danny Greten, Jarno Butter & 1 more. More Neophyte albums. At War. Show No Fear. Show all albums by Neophyte. Real Hardcore is a single by Neophyte who was released in the year 1998. The song was third single which was released from the Hardcore Album, the female vocals of the song are taken from the Johnny Violent's song 2 Kicks For Yes from his album Shocker and the samples from Braincracking are used from Tracy Bonham's song Brain Crack from the album The Burdens of Being Upright. Hardcore Gabber. Neophyte , Bodylotion and others. Songs in album Hardcore Hardcore Future CD 1997. Neophyte - Real Hardcore. Neophyte - Punk Motherfucker. Bodylotion - No Worries. Neophyte Real Hardcore. Sello: Rotterdam Records Special ROTSP 2. The female vocals in Real Hardcore are taken from the intro named 2 Kicks For Yes of Johnny Violent's album Shocker. The samples from braincracking are used from Tracy Bonham's track Brain Crack. Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores. Listening to the new record, it's hardcore presented by Lewin. Rocks' 23 a four E E with the dome. Fuck you bitch. From day to day to last syllable of recorded time. Life to walking shadow The strikes and our upon stage and then is heard them. It's a tale told by an idiot full of sound and feel


Braincracking is what its all about here played at North, Helter Skelter & countless other events well into the 2000s & rightly so 10/10
WOW Braincracking chilling lyrics mind blowing Absolutely love the vocals
Hardcore how it should be! Great record from the early years. And an epic piece to hang on the wall.
the song recession(dj paul elstak remix).they use also a sample taken from (the history of the world part 1 )a film by mel brooks
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Braincracking is one of the best songs of all time. with the lyrics "have you ever heard the sound, of your head hit the ground,thats the sound of your braincrackin, thats the sound of your braincrackin. The vocals are haunting enough without the actual words, on top of this the bassdrum is really heavy and and is accompanied by great music. Punk motherfuckers is another good song and uses the title lyrics on top of a hard bassdrum which sounds like it is skipping a beat, it then jumps into a really good tune. Real hardcore starts off with the lyrics from Object One-ping pong. It starts off saying "game on" but instead of the ping pong ball sample it uses a fat bassdrum also goes into a really good tune not dissimilar to punk motherfuckers.