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hair[edit]

"The girls could keep a small tail." what does this mean? Ronabop 11:12, 4 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Guys usually shaved their entire head, girls kept extremely short hair and a small bobtail. However with the "revival" of 2002 the shaved heads were quite absent Jor 18:40, 4 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Garbled Gabber[edit]

The first sentence is the first impression. It should introduce the subject clearly and succinctly. I've changed the first paragraph to improve the flow of reading, but ended up removing some phonetic details in the process. I removed "in the Dutch dialect from the city The Hague = Den Haag)" and "(the "g" is pronounced as SAMPA /x/) ." SWAdair | Talk 04:27, 13 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Gabber/Gabba?[edit]

I'm a bit confused about this article (Gabba) and the Gabber article. If "Gabber" is the proper name for the music genre, shouldn't this actually be a redirect? Plus, it seems that in keeping with the way disambiguation pages work on Wikipedia, the article currently at Gabber should be turned into a disambiguation page and new pages created at, say, "Gabber (music genre)" and "Gabber (computer program)", or so. Would this be correct? --Ciaran H 18:17, Jan 7, 2005 (UTC)

I moved Gabba to Gabber music, and redirected Gabber (music) there as well. Gabber (music) had an intro paragraph nearly identical to Gabba, and no other content, other than some vanity links. The parentheses were removed to stay consistent with other music genre article titles, such as techno music, house music, trance music, etc. Conveniently, since Gabba was moved to a completely new title, the page history was kept as well. --Poiuyt Man (talk) 06:01, 19 May 2005 (UTC)

'Gabba' is a incorrect spelling of the term used mainly in the UK due to people hearing the word rather than seeing it written down... 80.177.65.182 15:42, 9 June 2006 (UTC)

Gabba is also how the Germans/Swiss call harder hardcore (terror and speedcore)9 I think gabba should redirect to "hardcore" and not maistream hardcore — Preceding unsigned comment added by RotelloItalia (talkcontribs) 18:56, 17 May 2017 (UTC)

Examples of Artists[edit]

Could someone add a section of more popular Gabber artists and those that helped define the genre?

How about we take a poll of popular artists to include? I always notice when you try to do a list of typical or famous or popular artists of a genre on Wiki, people begin to add in a lot of their personal favorites and the list balloons. Also, would you do it by location, like New York, Rotterdam, or France? I vote for DJ Paul Elstak, Rotterdam Terror Corps, Neophyte, 3 Steps Ahead, Ron D Core, DJ Buzz Fuzz, Lenny Dee. -->Chemical Halo 22:20, July 26, 2005 (UTC)
You forgot Scott Brown. 203.206.51.91 11:14, 2 September 2005 (UTC)
i vote for DJ Outblast, Angerfist, Buzz Fuzz, The Masochist (The Prophet) (from nu school era), Darkraver, Gizmo, The Prophet, Buzz Fuzz for the oldschool... - Sept 30, 2005
Angerfist is an absolute must. // Gargaj 01:58, 8 November 2005 (UTC)
Patrick van Kerckhoven (aka DJ Ruffneck).80.177.65.182 15:44, 9 June 2006 (UTC)
Angerfist for sure, Stunned Guys (who manages the only hardcore label outside NL) Art of Fghters who made a lot of anthem, Mad Dog, Dj Ruffneck also is a must with his "artcore" sound. RotelloItalia (talk) 19:01, 17 May 2017 (UTC)
Ophidian, Nosferatu, Endymion —Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.198.83.226 (talk) 19:52, 29 November 2007 (UTC)

Not to be a douchebag, you guys: but this is a definition of gabber http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThFti86yyVE And this is gabba http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AouAT7Ge_V4

There are distinct differences however gabbA has more of a happy hardcore feel than the upbeat. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Fkylw (talkcontribs) 00:47, 5 November 2009 (UTC)

Marc Acardipane[edit]

There should be a note about Marc Acardipane in the Notable Artists directory. Not just because he is one of the most famous producers, but also because it was he who made the first gabber track (under a nickname "Mescaline United").

The first gabber track is Mescaliniun United - We Have Arrived. this is an indisputable fact. Just because no-one referred to it as gabber for 2 years (from 1990 when it was made til 1992 when the term 'gabber' was used) makes no difference. It was before 'poing', it was before 'Amsterdam Waar Lech Dat Daan', it was before all of them.

Requested move[edit]

A move is requested: Gabber musicGabber. This implies that the Gabber (disambiguation) article will be put above the main Gabber article (on the music style). Gabber music and Gabber (music) will then redirect to Gabber.


Add *Support or *Oppose followed by an optional one sentence explanation, then sign your vote with ~~~~

Gabber should point to Gabber music (and Gabber music renamed to Gabber)[edit]

  • Strong support Gabber is referred to without the addition of "music" and is the main reference for Gabber. The software Gabber is discontinued.Brz7 15:50, 17 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Support - We only want the real hardcore people in the place. // Gargaj 16:58, 17 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Support - Though I object to the above comment, this is an encyclopedia, not a Masters of Hardcore guestbook. Grow up. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 80.177.65.182 (talkcontribs)
    • I suggest to 1. at least sign your comments if you rant anonymously and 2. get a sense of humour. // Gargaj 17:41, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
    • So thats 2 pointless comments from you so far, nice going. 80.177.65.182 11:45, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Support. Take note that not every anonymous editor is a total WP:DICK. 64.12.117.6 19:15, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Im not anonymous laughing boy, just forgot to sign the dang thing. Now stop waving it about and put it back in your virtual pants. No-one's impressed 172.213.198.84 00:12, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

Gabber should point to Gabber music[edit]

Gabber should point to disambiguation article[edit]

Gabber should point to the software[edit]

Split list of artists[edit]

I guess the list is getting big enough to be split into a separate article, where various categorizations (dj's, producers, groups, etc.) would be applicable? // Gargaj 17:30, 29 June 2006 (UTC)

Origins of Gabber[edit]

This article is incomplete. There is nothing in it about te real origins of Gabber music. Gabber started more or less in Amsterdam. That's why the word gabber is used, it's amsterdamslang for friend. Music with a strong beat and a distinctive bassdrum from artists like D-Shake was already called Gabber in the mid-80s. The musicstyle later evolved in the faster and louder Rotterdam-style.

amsterdamslang? I think youll find its just dutch slang with origins in Yiddish. D-Shake? mids 80s? You what? 'Techno Trance' and 'Yaaah' came out in 89-90 and while gabber can be traced back to techno/hardcore records such as this and maybe even New Beat the music known as gabber came much much later. This is about the music, not the use of the word. And if gabber is an amsterdam thing, why is one of the first (if not the first) gabber labels *Rotterdam* Records? Either youd badly misinformed or just plain making this up. What you claim goes against everything ive heard, read and seen over the last 10-15 years. As I understand the origins of gabber music and culture evolved due to the nature of the clubs in amsterdam which preferred 'mellow' (i.e. house and techno) so dont tell me the movement *started* in Amsterdam because that makes no sense at all. 80.177.65.182 11:42, 6 October 2006 (UTC)

I didn't make it up. The story was told in a VPRO-documentary about house and gabber which was aired in 1990 (or somewhere around that time.) I have a copy at home if you want to see it.

I say again 'What you claim goes against everything ive heard, read and seen over the last 10-15 years'. Just because its in a documentary doesnt make it automatically correct. 62.25.106.209 03:43, 18 January 2007 (UTC)

There is an ongoing debate in the Gabber community, mainly "Rotterdam vs. Amsterdam" The first user who posted here is, obviously, one of those people who do not like the Rotterdam rave scene.

Amsterdam is, generally, home to the lighter sides of techno. . trance, namely.

Whereas, Rotterdam, is home to all forms of hardcore: Gabber, terror, speedcore, etc. etc. However, I do agree with mr. 80.177.65.182 up there, as does the rest of the Gabber community. --Krakaet (talk) 14:51, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

Sound file samples[edit]

It's be really nice to have some sample sound files that demonstrate the musical effects (square waves, BPM speeds, etc) described in this article. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 131.107.0.73 (talk) 15:42, 4 January 2007 (UTC).


Pronounciation[edit]

Anybody want to get their IPA on and replace the nonstandard attempt at phoneticization with something people can actually use? "Gahbuhr, but the g is like the Scottish ch in the word loch" is sooo unprofessional. If I had to guess, I'd say it is close to /xabəʁ/, but I don't speak Dutch.

The pronunciation of the word is an interesting connundrum, since in the region where it originates. I'm not sure which IPA assignment is made to the diffences in pronunciation, because it's unclear in most IPA examples whether they're using 'Soft g' (common to the south of the Netherlands and Belgium) or 'hard g' pronunciation (common to northern Netherlands, aka the 'Holland' region). It's either /x/ or /ɣ/... I think. anyway, the pronunciation ammounts to: /xɑbər/, approximately. Though in the regional dialect where the term originates, I believe it's /ɣɑbə/ or even /ɣɑbɑ/. 62.251.127.12 (talk) 07:18, 31 December 2007 (UTC)
I've only ever heard people in the UK talk about it, and the pronunciation has universally been /gæ.bə/, without the final /r/. I'm making this change to the article.Jimjamjak (talk) 13:17, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

WikiProject Rave[edit]

I'm not really familiar with this genre, but should this page have a {{WikiProject Rave}} banner on it? __meco 16:13, 26 June 2007 (UTC)


It probably should seeing as how the gabber culture and hardcore music in general are associated with very well known raves. Nightmare in Rotterdam, Thunderdome, Dominator, and Sensation Black for starters. How do you go about adding that banner, anyways?--Krakaet (talk) 21:24, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

List of labels...[edit]

...as gotten out of hand. Almost none of them have articles or are sourced. The redlinks need to go, either by removing the tag or deleting the label. My feeling is go with deletion unless sources can be provided. Blackmetalbaz (talk) 20:43, 12 March 2008 (UTC)

I can add some info for some labelsRotelloItalia (talk) 19:01, 17 May 2017 (UTC)

Note on name[edit]

I don't know if someone has pointed this out yet, but in dutch the term "Gabber" always refers to the culture associated with the music, rather than the music itself, which is invariably referred to as "hardcore". 216.27.182.48 (talk) 05:50, 30 April 2008 (UTC)

Also what is that about the "krassava" name. I live in a Russian-speaking country and never heard this term being applied to Gabber music. This could be strictly regional. Most people call it just Gabber or Gabba. 77.109.29.159 (talk) 20:09, 1 June 2008 (UTC)

Frenchcore is being considered for deletion[edit]

Just a FYI in case anyone wants to participate in the debate. /Jiiimbooh (talk) 21:54, 16 July 2008 (UTC)


Gabber" is an Amsterdam Jiddish word that means "buddy" or "friend" Does the writer mean "Yiddish" ? Googling Jiddish only brings up links to Yiddish, no wikipedia entry for the word Nmfox (talk) 14:31, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

Neo-Fascist Rave Scene[edit]

As someone that was around in the American mid-west rave scene in the 90s, I don't recall a Neo-Fascist component even existing. Since the citation for that claim is not online, could someone who has the book quote the relevant portion? I don't remember the hardcore/gabber scene back then stretching much beyond Drop Bass Network and the Massive magazine gang. While there were definitely some colorful characters in that group(Doormouse etc.), Fascism wasn't really their thing. thanks On Thermonuclear War (talk) 02:49, 22 September 2008 (UTC)

Sadly there were (are?) a small group of fascists in the gabber scene. Some Nazitracks were spread through file-sharing under false names, like Neophyte and RTC, although none of these support Nazism and one member of RTC is actually black. For proof you should be able to find these tracks with little effort on Youtube by just putting in Neophyte or RTC and "Seigh Heil". Just remember that these tracks are very often spread under false names so don't blame the artist credited on Youtube. Some artists and labels put the "United Hardcore Against Racism and Fascism" logo on their records to show that they were not affiliated with the Nazis. Here is an example: [1]. Then we also have the Anti Nazi tracks credited in the article, which can also be found on Youtube. Jiiimbooh (talk) 07:42, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

Common gabber component[edit]

I think there is another important common gabber component which is featured in famous tracks like:

  • DJ Promo - Cold As Stone
  • Rotterdam Terror Corps - The Horror
  • Omar Santana - Bone Bastic
  • Masters Of Ceremony - Hardcore To Da Bone
  • DJ Buzz Fuzz - Jealousy
  • DJ Promo - Killerz
  • DJ Lancinhouse & DJ Jappo - Industrial Strenght 'The Outro'
  • Neophyte - Army of hardcore.

You can hear that in Schiztrax - Dead birds at 0:17 (creative commons).

Unfortunately, I don't know the name and how it is obtained but this sound is specific to the early hardcore. It's not Hoover. It's not Supersaw. It sounds like the voices of a giant evil legion. Ftiercel (talk) 19:54, 2 April 2011 (UTC)

It's not that important. It's not a "component", it's a commonly used lead. Salamibears58 (talk) 22:14, 30 September 2011 (UTC)Salamibears58

Terrorcore[edit]

Terrorcore is NOT a sub-genre of gabber, it's a sub-genre of hardcore techno. The kick used, well, the stereotypical kick used in terror isn't even a standard gabber kick. (like described in the article) I also edited out a section of the "included artists" because I suspected a big COI breach. Two of the artists listed for terror were Superius and Paperboyz. The first one plays speedcore and the second one is an unknown artist who appears on one release. The Undead Never Die (talk) 14:35, 24 August 2012 (UTC)

Merger proposal[edit]

Most of what is in this article could be covered in Hardcore (electronic dance music) and/or Gabber. The title of this article is especially confusing, as "mainstream hardcore" has different connotations now to what it did in the early 90s - as this article seems to mainly discuss the second wave of gabber, that could be covered in the gabber article, while the general stuff about hardcore can be covered in the hardcore article. See also this discussion and this one. – filelakeshoe (t / c) 07:53, 27 June 2014 (UTC)

Opposed to merging with hardcore (electronic dance music), but merge with gabber. I think it serves the reader best to have one article about new and old gabber. Having two separate articles only causes confusion as evident by the second discussion linked above. I don't think there is enough information to warrant two articles. Since the article about mainstream hardcore talks about the history it still has to cover old school gabber anyway. Also delete the "recent developments" section since sub-genres of hardcore, that are neither gabber nor mainstream hardcore, should really be listed at hardcore (electronic dance music), and that article already lists the major sub-genres.
See also another merge proposal /Jiiimbooh » TALKCONTRIBS 21:02, 30 August 2014 (UTC)
I agree, merge mainstream hardcore with Gabber and remove the recent developments section. Hakken (talk) 17:11, 6 September 2014 (UTC)

I personally don't really like the terms early hardcore and mainstream hardcore as they don't describe whether the style is Gabber or not. Surely these sub-genres would have been better named early gabber and mainstream gabber if anything, but it's either just plain hardcore or Gabber to me. Mainstream is not a genre title I'd like to ever use, as it would insist the style is just purely meant for a commercial crowd and to make money with. Also, what happens in 10 years time when current Mainstream becomes unpopular and a new style of hardcore eclipses it? Would there then be old-mainstream and nu-mainstream? It doesn't really make sense to me.

The true forgotten fact is that Gabber is just a generally harder form of hardore, originating from Rotterdam in the early 90's. What can be described as just hardcore can have slightly distorted kick drums, but Gabber's kick drums often over clip into a square-wave, and very often have a clap on each kick. You can get melodic cheesy hardcore and melodic cheesy gabber, but what defines the difference is almost always the kick drum which creates that harshness. Hardcore is of course an umbrella term within EDM, but it is also a sub-genre in itself for any hardcore styles which simply can't be put into any other category. Oldskool gabber and nu-style gabber were basically renamed early hardcore and mainstream hardcore around 2003 as the Gabber term became less used and nu-style wasn't really new anymore. However, the even more confusing part about all this is that not all mainstream hardcore can be classed as Gabber. Technically, half of Mainstream hardcore produced nowadays can be classed as Hardcore, and half as Gabber, which is generally down to the style of kicks as I've pointed out. Both styles of Gabber should be merged into one section, and just Hardcore (or even better still Hardcore EDM) in another. Having a page named Hardcore techno didn't really make sense anymore as the style moved away from it's techno origins in the mid-90's, and neither does having a page titled Mainstream hardcore now. I hope that didn't sound too confusing - just trying to clear things up a little. — Preceding unsigned comment added by ChrissyboyH44 (talkcontribs) 16:09, 21 February 2015 (UTC)

Opposed. I'm not an expert but if hardcore (or early hardcore or mainstream hardcore) is different than gabber as its suggested by the previous user (and from what i have read till now i have no reason to disagree with it) then the main problem is the article "mainstream hardcore" that is starting saying "hardcore or gabber (...)" so confusing the terms. I suggest the two articles "gabber" and "mainstream hardcore" not to be merged but instead the "mainstream hardcore" article to be re-written. The other problem is that the two articles are almost identical not only using as a source the same blog/website so also alternative sources are needed (otherwise is "plagiarism") but also just copy/paste stuff from there. KosMal (talk) 17:13, 25 July 2015 (UTC)
Opposed. Hardcore and mainstream hardcore are different subjects. The debate lasts for a year so I think this debate can be closed. Ftiercel (talk) 07:46, 26 July 2015 (UTC)

List of possible Hardcore artists needed to be verified[edit]

http://audio.pink/audio/stream/Gabber.fm/ http://audio.pink/audio/stream/HARDCORERADIO.NL%20-%20Hardcore%20radio%20-%2024-7%20Mainstream%20Hardcore%20&%20Gabber/

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D | Disturbia | Dither | Division X | DJ Arkane | DJ Casketkrusher | dj crossbone & mad | DJ D | DJ D & Nitrogenetics | DJ D Vs Nitrogenetics | DJ D vs Rayden | DJ Dano | DJ Delirium & Omar Santana | DJ Dione | Dj E | DJ Epitaph | Dj Gizmo | DJ Hidden | DJ Hixxy & Lady Trixxy | DJ Isaac | DJ Juanma | DJ Lancinhouse | DJ Mad Dog | DJ Mad Dog & Amnesys | DJ Mad Dog & Angerfist & Predator | DJ Mad Dog & AniMe | DJ Mad Dog & Art of Fighters | DJ Mad Dog & D | DJ Mad Dog & Noize Suppressor | DJ Mad Dog & Nosferatu | DJ Mad Dog & The Stunned Guys | DJ Mad Dog & Tieum | DJ Mad Dog feat. MC Jeff | DJ Mad Dog feat. MC Tha Watcher | DJ Mutante | DJ Myosuke & 6th feat. dp & MC KCD | DJ Narotic VS Lenny Dee | DJ Nosferatu | Dj Nosferatu, Endymion | DJ Outblast & Catscan | DJ Pagan | DJ Palas | DJ Paul Elstak | DJ Paul Elstak & Beatstream | DJ Paul Elstak & Radiate | DJ Paul Elstak & The Unfamous | DJ Paul Elstak, The Unfamous & The BeatKrusher Ft MC Ruffian | DJ Piwi | DJ Predator & Art Of Fighters | DJ Predator & Catscan | Dj Producer Vs Bong | DJ Promo | DJ Rob | DJ Rob & Tim B | DJ Skinhead | DJ Snapy & Master Of Bazz | DJ Weirdo | Dj Weirdo & Dj Sim | DJ Xd | DJIPE | Djipe & Razor Edge | DMG | DMT featuring Non Grata & How Hard | Doctor P | Doctor Terror & Hellseeker | Doctor Terror & Noisekick | Doctor Terror & UKTM | Dominion | Dr Z | Dr. Peacock | Dr. Peacock & Harry Potar | Dr. Peacock & Sefa | Dr. Peacock & Sefa ft. MC Lenny | Dr. Peacock & The Mastery | Dr. Peacock & Zyklon | Dr. Peacock and Death By Design | Dr. Phil Omanski | Dr. Pickman | Dr. Strange Ft. Satronica | Dr. Z | Drokz | Drokz & Day | Drokz & DaYmar | DROKZ & MR COURAGE | Drokz & Partyraiser | Drokz & Tafkat | Drokz & The Unfamous | DRS | DRS Feat. Mc Rampaged | DRS Vs Deathshock | DRS Vs MBK | DRS Vs NSD | DRS Vs Spitnoise | Dubstrangers | Dyewitness | Dyonesys | Dyprax | Dyprax & Angerfist | Dyprax & Bodyshock | Dyprax Ft MC Tha Watcher | Dyprax Ft. MC Syco | E | Eastiside Connection | EASTSIDE CONNECTION | Eastside Connection & MC Syco | Eastside Connection Feat. MC Madness | Ectomorph | Edge of Darkness | Elay | Elite Forces | Embrionyc | Endeavour | Endymion | Endymion & Meccano Twins | Endymion & Neophyte Ft. Alee | Endymion & Nosferatu | Endymion & The Outside Agency | Endymion & The Viper Ft. FERAL is KINKY | Endymion and Evil Activities | Endymion And Nosferatu | Endymion ft. FERAL is KINKY | Enheas | Entity | Entity & Nuclear Device | Enzyme X | eRRe & Hardlogik | eRRe & Hardlogik vs Syrinx | EST ( Tieum & Bartoch ) | Euphority Feat. HMV | Euphority Feat. Lady Lavina | Euphority Feat. Mc Trigger | Evee & Lele H | Evee & Lele H Vs. Lexius | Evil Activities | Evil Activities & DV8 Rocks! | Evil Activities & E | Evil Activities & Panic Ft. Mc Alee | Evil Activities & The Viper | Evil Activities And DJ Panic | Evil Maniax | Evil Projects | exagon | Exagon & Da Boomer | Exomni | Exotane | Extreme Rage | Fear of Darkness | Flamman & Abraxas | FLOXYTEK | Forbidden Society | Formek | Fracture 4 | Frame of Mind | Frankentek vs HellzKicks vs Natural Born Killerz | Frazzbass & The Sickest Squad | French Connection | Freqax | FROM NOWHERE | Furyan | Furyan & Bodyshock | Furyan & Kasparov | Furyan & Neophyte | Furyan and Bodyshock | Gabberspider | Gancher | Gancher & Ruin | Gancher & Ruin & Strobcore | Gancher & Ruin feat Ca2k | German Division | Giangy | Gizmo | Goldberg Variations, Gancher and Ruin | Grigio | Grigio feat. How Hard & Mario Morbid | Groan | Hamunaptra | Hamunaptra & Ophidian | Hans Noise | Hans Noise Ft. MC Fixout | Hard | Hard Creation | Hard Essence | Hard Essence & Komarovski | Hard Essence Ft. Da Mouth of Madness | Hard Impact Records | Hard Infantry | Hardbouncer | Hardcore Masterz Vienna | Hardcore Radio | Hardlogik & eRRe | hardtunes | Harry Potar | Hatebusters | Haxyl | Haze, Hectic & Simon Apex | Headbanger | Headbanger vs Na | Hellfish | Hellseeker | Hellsystem | Hellsystem feat Aikapin | Hellsystem feat MC Justice | Hellsystem feat. Mekanika | Hellsystem Ft. Ellie | Hellsystem Ft. MC Axys | Hellsystem Vs DJ D | High energy | Highlander | HMV & Klaut | Hoeppi | Holod and Komarovski | How Hard & J roOt | Human Resource | I | Igneon System | Igneon System & Micomakine Feat. Minckz | Igneon System vs Homeboy | Igor | Igorrr vs Bong | Ill | Imil | Imperia | Imperium Bass | incomplete/ | Industrial Frequency | Interlude | Inyoung & Dazzler | ISR Live | J | J roOt & How Hard | J.d.a. | J.D.A. ft Dead men walking | Jagoda & Endlezz | Jane Dark | Javi Boss | Javi Boss & Broken Minds | Javi Boss ft. MC Tha Watcher | jeremy | Jingle | Joey Riot and Biorekk | Joey Riot Vs Eclectic Beats | Juanma | Juanma & Miosa | Kartel | Kasparov | Kasparov & Evil Activities | Kasparov & System Shock ft. Diesel | Katharsys | Kid Morbid | Kings, the | Knightvision | Komarovski | Koney | Kool Killers | Korsakoff | Korsakoff & Furyan | Korsakoff and Furyan | Krad Evitagen Vs. E | Kurwastyle Project | Lady Bex | lady dana & dj skorp vs. chron | Lawyer, The | Legion | Legion of the Lost | lemon | Lenny D | Lenny Dee | Lenny Dee & Radium | Lenny Dee And Promo | Lethal Sisters | LEVIATHAN | Lisa Serenity Blundell | Live Show | LLoyd | Lock and Load | lock jaw | LoezLe | LoezLe invites Drop! | Lords of Hardcore | Lost Origin | Lost Origin featuring Minckz | Lowroller | Lowroller & AK | Lowroller vs Noizeskill | Lowroller vs. Angerfist | Lowroller vs. Bartoch | Lowroller vs. Cooh | Lowroller vs. Frazzbass | Lowroller vs. Hallucinator | Lowroller vs. Lenny Dee | Lowroller vs. Negative | Lowroller vs. Stormtrooper | Lt. D'Amato | Lunatic | Lunatic & Miss Hysteria | Lunatic & The Dope Doctors | Luxxer | M | M Jay & Dan Vee | Mad | Mad Dog featuring MC Nolz & MC Syco | Madnezz & Aggressive | Madnezz & DRS | Mainframe | Mainstage Maffia | Manic | Marc Osmate | Markdev | Martin W | Masoko Solo | Master Bation | Masters of Ceremony | Masters of Noise | Masters of Noise & the Beat Controller Ft. MC Tha | Maverick | Maynor | MD&A | Meagashira | Meander | Meccano Twins | Meccano Twins & Art Of Fighters | Meccano Twins Vs. Art of Fighters | Mekanika | Meltdown | Menace II Society | Michael Whiteline | Mind | Mindgrinders | Mindustries | Miosa | Miosa Ft. MC Axys | Miosa Ft. MC Rephex | Miosa Ft. Sedutchion | Miss Enemy & Insane S | Miss Flower | Miss Groovy | Miss Hysteria | Miss Hysteria and Ophidian | Miss K8 | Miss K8 & Angerfist | Miss K8 & MC Nolz | Miss K8 & Noize Suppressor | Miss K8 & Radical Redemption feat. MC Nolz | Miss K8 and MC Nolz | Miss K8 Ft. MC Nolz | Miss K8 vs. Angerfist | Miss Rosaa | Mithridate | MOH Radio | Moleculez | Moleculez & Mental Wreckage | Moleculez & The Relic | Moluculez & Mental Wreckage | Morlock | Mr Madness & Lenny Dee | Mr Madness & Lenny Dee feat Tooms | Mr. Ivex | Mr. Sinister | Mr. Sinister & Triax | Mutoïd | Mvenom | N | Na | Na | Nagoya & s'Aphira | Nasenbluten | Necromancers | Negative A | Negative A & Counterfeit | Negative A & Lowroller | Negative A and Counterfeit | Negative A vs Counterfeit | Neophyte | Neophyte & Drokz | Neophyte & Evil Activities | Neophyte & Evil Activities with E | Neophyte & Nosferatu | Neophyte & Tha Playah | Neophyte & Tha Playah Ft Alee | Neophyte & Tieum | Neophyte & Zany Ft. Alee & Diesel | Neophyte and Evil Activities | Neophyte and Nosferatu | Neophyte and Unexist | Neophyte Ft Mc Jeff | Neophyte Ft. Alee | Neophyte Records All Stars | Neophyte Vs The Stunned Guys | Neophyte Vs. Lenny Dee | Neophyte, Evil Activities, E | Neophyte, The Viper & Tha Playah | Neophyte, Tieum & Rob Gee | NeoX | NeoX & Javi Molina | Nevaro | Nevaro Ft. MC Jeff | Nevaro Ft. Restrained | Nevaro Ft. TMC | Newstyler & D | Nexes | Nico & Tetta | Nielos | Nitrogenetics | Nitrogenetics Ft. Nick Drone | Nitrogenetics vs Rayden | Noise Suppressor | Noisecontrollers | Noize Destructor | Noize Suppressor | Noize Suppressor & Stereotype | Noize Suppressor and Drokz | Noize Suppressor Ft. Lenny Dee | Noize Suppressor Vs Mad Dog | Noizeskill | Non Grata | Nosebleed | Nosferatu | Nosferatu & Endymion | Nosferatu & Endymion Ft. Mc Ruffian | Nosferatu & Endymion vs The Viper | Nosferatu & Neophyte | Nosferatu & Ophidian | Nosferatu Ft. Alee | Nosferatu Ft. Outblast | Nosferatu Ft. Ruffneck | Nosferatu Ft. the Viper | NSD | Nuclear Device | NUKEM | Obscurity | Ohmicide | Omar Santana | omi | Omi Ft. Feroide | Omnicide | Onesimk | OPHIDIAN | Ophidian & D | ophidian & ruffneck | Ophidian & Tapage | Ophidian & Tha Playah | Ophidian And Ruffneck | Or | Osiris | Outblast | Outblast & Angerfist | Outblast & Angerfist ft. Tha Watcher | Outblast & DJ D | Outblast & Drokz | Outblast & Tieum | Outblast ft DJ D | Outblast vs Drokz | Outworld | Pandorum | Pandorum Ft. Ruffneck | Para Italia | Paranoizer | Parsel | Parsel vs. Epic Noise | Party Animals, The | Partyraiser | Partyraiser & Chaotic Hostility | Partyraiser & Darkcontroller | Partyraiser & F. Noize | Partyraiser & Scrape Face | Partyraiser & Scrapeface | Partyraiser & SRB & the Vizitor Ft. MC Syco | Partyraiser and Destructive Tendencies | Partyraiser and The Vizitor | Partyraiser ft Da Mouth Of Madness | Partyraiser vs Al Twisted & Joey Riot | Partyraiser vs Destructive Tendencies | Pattern J | Paul Elstak | Paul Elstak & Partyraiser | Paul Elstak Feat Ben Skeer & B | Paul Elstak Feat Leo Sex | Paul Elstak ft. Beatstream & Radiate | Peaky Pounder | Penta | Petrochemical & Ophidian | Phoenix | Physical Damage and Lunatic | Pino D'ambini | Pino D'Ambini vs. DJ Buzz Fuzz | PinRaver | Placid K | Prankster | Prankster & Synthax | Prankster & Synthax Ft. Miss Twilight | predator & angerfist | Predator & Catscan | Predator & Hellsystem | Predator and Catscan | Predator and Triax | Predator Vs Angerfist | Predator vs Hellsystem | Progamers | Progamers vs Randy | Project Omeaga | Prolaxx & Emphasis | Promo | Promo & D | Promo & Tha Playah feat. Snowflake | Promo and D | Promo And MC Drokz | Promo ft. Marc Acardipan & The Ultimate MC | Promo Ft. Minckz | Proto X | PRSPCT Radio | Psiko | Psyco Beat Project | Public Domain | Punx Soundcheck Ft. Feral is Kinky | Pzyco Beat Project | Quil | Quil feat. DD Nakata Metal | Quitara | Quitara vs Masters Of Noise ft MC Syco | R. Joubert | Raad Van Commissarissen | Radiate | Radio Killah | Raggedy @ndy | Rain | Randy vs Radium | Ravehard & Razor Edge | Rayden | Rayden feat. Miss Twilight | Rayden Ft. MC Justice | Rayden vs Nitrogenetics | Razor Edge | Razzle Dazzle Trax | Re | recharge | Reevoid | Repix | Repix & Bane Ft. Da Mouth of Madness | Repix & Dr. Peacock | Repix & Dual Resonators | Repix & Unleashed Fury | Repix and Lunatic | Restrained | Revolter | Rhino | Ritchie Gambino | Rob Da Rhythm | Rob Da Rhythm & Joey Riot | Rob Da Rhythm and Joey Riot | Roland & Sherman | Roland Brant | Rotterdam Terror Corps | Rotterdam Terror Corps & The Hitmen | Rotterdam Terror Corps Ft. Dione | Rotterdam Terror Corps Vs Paul Elstak | Rotterdam Terror Corps Vs SRB | RoughSketch | RTC | Rude Awakening | Rudeboy | Rudeboy & Accelarator feat. Mike Redman | Rudeboy & Kid Morbid ft. MC Syco | Rudeboy Ft. Mc Syco | Ruffneck | Ruffneck & Endymion | Ruffneck & Miss Twilight | Ruffneck & Nosferatu | Ruffneck & Ophidian | Ruffneck & Predator | Ruffneck & Synapse | Ruffneck Vs Gancher & Ruin | Ruffryder | S.V.K. | Sandy Warez | Sandy Warez & Bartoch | s'Aphira | S'aphira feat. Hayogan | Scathatch | Scott Brown | Section Grabuge | Section Grabuge Featuring Stargon | Sefa | Sei2ure | Sequencer | Serial Killaz | Shadowlands Terrorists | Sinister Souls | Sinister Souls & Proton Kid | Sjammienators | Sjammienators & Dark Connection | Sjammienators & Lunatic | Sjammienators & Psycho Killer | Sjammienators & System Overload | Skim | Skullfuck3r | Slavefriese | Sml As Freakuience | Somatic Responses | Sound Abuse | Speakerdeamon | SPERMINATOR | Spitnoise & Death Shock | SPL & Ophidian | Squaresoundz & D | Squaresoundz & Porphyria | SRB | Stampede | Stampede & Seckra | State Of Emergency | StereoType | Stereotype and Noize Suppressor | StereoType ft. Dev Eleven | Stinger | Stinger & Mutante | Stinger and Thunder | Stinger Feat. Steven Knight | Stocker | Stormtrooper | Stormtrooper & Ebe Company | Strontium | Stunned Guys | Sub | Subversion | Suicide Circle | Suicide Rage | Suspect Zero | Switch Technique | Switch Technique & Fragz | Synapse | Synapse & Ruffneck | Synapse and Sei2ure | Synthax | System | System 3 | System Noize | System Overload | System Overload & Chaotic Hostility | System Overload vs Axel Erator vs Chok Dee | System Overload VS Cardan | System Overload vs Dark Matters | System Overload VS DRS | System Overload VS Miss Enemy | System Overload VS Psycho Killer | System Overload VS Unrest | System Overload VS Vandal!sm | System Overload VS Wars Industry | System Shock | System Shock & Dazzler | T | Targetspot | Tears Of Fury | Tears Of Fury feat. Jessica Pearson | Temper Tantrum | Tensor & Re | Tha Playah | Tha Playah & Angerfist feat. MC Jeff | Tha Playah & E | Tha Playah & Frequencerz | Tha Playah & MC Alee | Tha Playah and Mc Alee | Tha Playah and Nosferatu | Tha Playah and Tommyknocker | Tha Playah Feat. MC Alee | Tha Playah feat. MC Tha Watcher | Tharoza | Tharoza & Cryogenic | The 7th Genocide | The Anunnaki | The Anunnaki feat. MC Braincase | The BeatKrusher | The BeatKrusher Feat. Ruffian | The Beatkrusher Ft. Paul Elstak | The Braindrillerz vs Dr. Peacock | The Cambion | The DJ Producer | The Dope | The Empire | The Endeavour | The Endless Souls | The Endless Souls & Chaotic Hostility | The Endless Souls & Maverick | The Executer & Ofearia & Human Resource | The Executer & Ofearia Vs Human Resource | The Fatalizer | The Fuze | The Fuze feat. MC Braincase | The Gatekeeper | The Genesis Projection | The Hatebusters | The Headbanger | The Hightech Lowlife show XL | The Hitmen feat. Nikkita | The Illuminati | The Illuminati & Hibou | The Illuminati & Marina Borodina | The Illuminati feat How Hard And Mario Morbid | The Illusionist | The Masochist | The Masochist vs Bass | The Masochist vs Neophyte | The Mastery & Dr. Peacock | The Mastery Vs. Psych & Prim | The Melodyst | The Outside Agency | The Outside Agency & Forbidden Society | The Outside Agency & Ophidian | The Outside Agency & Sei2ure | The Outside Agency, Peter Kurten & Katharsys | The Prophet | The Prophet & Omar Santana | The Punisher | The Punisher & Neiko | The Raptor | The Reaper | The Relic & Moleculez | The Scotchman | The Sickest Squad | The Sickest Squad Ft. Lenny Dee | The Sickest Squad Ft. Neverquiet | The Sonic & D | The Speed Freak | The Speedfreak | The Stunned Guys | The Stunned Guys & Amnesys | The Stunned Guys & Art Of Fighters | The Stunned Guys & DJ Lancinho | The Stunned Guys & DJ Mad Dog | The Stunned Guys & Neophyte | The Stunned Guys & Tommyknocker | The Stunned Guys and DJ Paul | The Supreme Team | The Teknoist | The Unfamous | The Unfamous & BloodieVoice ft Barkey | The Unfamous & Chrono | The Unfamous & Drokz | The Unfamous & The BeatKrusher | The Untitled and Zeta Reticuli | The Untitled vs Zeta Reticuli | The Viper | The Viper & Furyan | The Viper & G | The Viper & Neophyte | The Viper & Tommyknocker | The Viper Ft. Alee | The Vizitor | The Vizitor & Aggressive | The Wishmaster | The Wishmaster & Promo | The Wishmaster Ft. Life Runs Red | Thorax | Thorax Ft. Mc Tha Watcher | Thorax Ft. Re | Thorax Vs Masters of Noise Ft. MC Tha Watcher | Thunder vs X | thundergods of asgard | Tieum | Tieum & Angerfist | Tieum & Ophidian | Tieum & Partyraiser | Tieum And Lenny Dee | Tieum And Ophidian | Tim Shopp | Tiny Tot | Tomcat | Tomcat & Rudeboy | Tomcat & Rudeboy Ft. Crucifier | Tomcat And Rudeboy Feat Angerfist | Tommyknocker | Tommyknocker & Armageddon Project | Tommyknocker & Art of Fighters | Tommyknocker and Unexist | Tommyknocker Ft. the Wishmaster | Tommyknocker Ft. Unexist | Toni Salmonelli | Tony Salmonelli | Torsion | Torsion ft. Mez | Toxic Den | Traxtorm Gangstaz Allied | Triax | Triax & Predator | Tripped | Tripped & Detest | TRSE Creatures Allied | Turbolence | Turbolenza | Tymon | Tymon & Waldhaus | Tymon ft. Negative Network | Unexist | Unexist & DJ Mad Dog | Unexist & Malke | Unexist & Tieum | Unexist Feat OGM909 | Unexist featuring The Void | Unexist Ft. Satronica | Unexist Vs Day Mar | Unexist vs. Meccano Twins | Unexist vs. Promo | Unity | Unknown Artist. | Unproven | Unrest | Vandal!sm | VEXTOR | Vicious Conspiracy | Virus | Void Settler | Waldhaus | Waldhaus & Stormtrooper | Wasted Mind | Wavelan | weapon x | Wedlock | Weirdo & Dr Phil Omanski | X | Xcite | Zeom | Zeom & Komarovski | Zeom And Komarovski | zware jongens vs. le champ |

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