Hardcore Syndrome 8

Hardcore Syndrome 8

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Official Release Date Aug 17, 2014
Genre J-Pop
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0006368302
Catalog No.  TANOCD-0018
Item Code  4562265380311


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shadowstar123 (249) on 12, Sep. 2014 13:31 (HKT)
All the songs on this album were very good and basically had me think of the advertisement on the box to Super Bubble Pop for Gamecube, "Music to Keep You Groovin'"
This applies to this album greatly because it is not overpowering at all and has a great mix of different DJs and their different styles. The only overpowering DJ was noizenecio who has this particular drumstyle which is fine since it is only one DJ who does it and does it very well. Naturally, me being probably t+pazolite's biggest fan western hemisphere, skipped straight to Drunk Crunk Frank and loved it immediately. It had a somewhat of an Egyptian / Halloweenish sort of feel to it. The crazy part is is that this is exactly how I expected the song to be after 256 Secondz World Tour on Hardcore Syndrome 7.

Overall, the album is a great listen, just put it in your car stereo if you still use a CD player and not an iphone or something and take it with you on a 30 minute drive to where ever you are going. For the Hardcore Syndrome series as a whole, there has never been a bad album. Usually anything produced by Hardcore Tano*C, you are safe to know that you are getting great music in the genre it advertises, hard beats, not overdriven with pointless foul language like a lot of North American hardcore electronica. As for the Hardcore Syndrome series, they are always well worth the investment.
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