Destruction EP vol. 3

DJ Buzz Fuzz, Bzrk 29

Bzrk has awesome tracks lately and this one belongs to them. It has 3 tracks on it. The A1 had already some name because it has been out for a year on CD and was released earlier on a different record. I'm talking about "King of Beatz", it starts with a nice smooth intro and the bass booms in smooth too. The center part gives an upbooming effect and rocks even harder than before. The B1 is a faster track called "Buzzyness = Buzzyness" and has real nice effects in it! After a while the bass rocks harder in a different way. The B2 called "Emergency Call" starts with a phat bass and has really cool "old" samples in it. In the middle the bell rings... and booms right in again.

-Gabbahead

The Ninth Gate

The Masochist, Masters of Hardcore 19

Another compilation from the Masochist with a nice remix on it. All tracks are made by more than one producer. The A1 made together with DJ Buzz Fuzz is called "Hardkoor". It's a good track with nice speed in it... Real Buzzy style. The A2 is called "Buzzy's Antimix", it starts really nice, with some samplez from "Anticipation" and "Won't Love 'em". It's a really nice combination those two... motherfucker..1..2..3..4.. After a while it's a really heavy track :). The B1 is called "More Drugz?" and is featering Chosen Few. It starts nice, like "Pessa Pessa" style and the vocal part is *heavy*. The B2 called "Headclapper" is again made together with Buzz fuzz and starts really funky... this track is a true combination of the Masochist and Buzz Fuzz style.

-Gabbahead

Harakiri vol. 1

50% of the Dreamteam ft. The Prophet & DJ Buzz Fuzz, Bzrk 28

The A1 is one fuckin good track called "Open Sesame" (theme from hell). It starts with a bouncing bass followed by a big bang and the theme comes, it is like the same melody as in the track "Der Toten - Taciturne", so you could call this a kind of rmx of that track. Just like the original this track really kicks ass! A huge bass follows the melody and with that influence the track is real dark. The second part of this song has a new melody in it and sounds real nice... a real harcore anthem... The track ends with the same bass as it started with. The B1 is called "Careless as usual" and has (due to the Prophet) a maso style... real funky smplz folowed with phat basses and melodies, a really funny party track. The B2 called "Cyber 2000" begins with a bass that gets harder... and... yes harder! The melody's real nice too. But for the A1 alone you should buy this one!

-Gabbahead

Locked Down

G-Town Madness, Babyboom 042

This record has three tracks on it. The A1 called "Locked down" starts with a nice bass and has, as we know it from G-town tracks, a rap vocal part in it. Together with a nice melody and a high quality tune this one really kicks ass! The b1 "Shot up in the Brain" begins with a high hat followed by a nice bass and gives a dark symphony. The melody's nice too and the bass that comes kicks as well. At the end the melody makes a nice combination. Nice track. The B2 "Smoked" has a bit of UC influence, real nice work... a slower track... the melody changes often. Good ep!

-Gabbahead

Eardrumz

DJ Outblast, Masters of Hardcore 17

This record has three tracks on it. The A1 is called "Eardrumz" and it gives me goosebumps. It starts with a phat bass patron right kickin it up for a more heavy bass. The melody on this track is great too. After a few minutes the big part of the track starts; it's the singing part of the song "Stan" from Eminem. Great! Real nice work here! The song "Stan" is interesting to hear for one time, then it's just a down drowzy song but this track is great... I think that it will be a top-hit. Nice work Outblast! The B1 is called "Hey Motherfuckers" and starts with a very IDic vocal part together with a very dark smpl of Hey Motherfuckers. The bass is nice 2 Halleluja! It's a faster track with changing basses which is really kick ass to hear. The B2 is a slower song. It starts with a smpl which I think is from Star Wars. It's called "Prepare Yourself". The bass get's pumped up after a while when a "claps" part starts. After a few minutes the song comes into a sort of outro, nice work. Buy this one!

-Gabbahead