Helter Skelter Presents United in Hardcore from Helter Skelter

Helter Skelter Presents United in Hardcore from Helter Skelter
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Helter Skelter Presents United in Hardcore from Helter Skelter

$166.06
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Helter Skelter Presents a Detailed Musical History of the Party on this Triple CD Set. Years 1992-94 Are Covered by Mixmaster Billy Bunter, Presenting an Inspired Blend of Early Breaks and Acid House from Urban Hype, Prodigy and Baby. Years 1995-98 Are Overseen by the Legendary Slipmatt, who Serves Up a Platinum Platter of Classic Hardcore from the Golden Era of the Genre. Anyone who Honed their Dance Moves in an Illegal Rave Or Warehouse Party (Glow Stick in Hand!) Will Be Unable to Halt the Descent Into Laser Lit Reminiscence as the Frantically Euphoric Beats of Slip and Eruption's "Sunshine", Alchemist and Fade's "Keep on Trying" Or Sy and Unknown's "What is a DJ" Cram the Sound System. Child Prodigy and Helter Skelter "Lifer" Dougal Takes Years 1998 to Present Day, Including Some of the Most Upfront Hardcore Tracks Rocking the Scene, from his Own Production of "Through the Darkness", to Sy's "do We have to Say Goodbye" and his Own Production Taking the Underground Scene by Storm, "Get Hyped".