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Now Its Time To Play - Various - The Sound Of Rotterdam Hardcore (CD)


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  1. Label: Rotterdam Records - ROT CO2,Rotterdam Records - ROT CO02 • Series: The Best Of Rotterdam Records - Vol II • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic • Style: Hardcore, Gabber.
  2. Mar 22,  · referencing The Sound Of Rotterdam Volume II - Hardcore Will Never Die, CD, Comp, ROT This might be a bit confusing to some but this compilation isn't really in the same line as the 'The Sound Of Rotterdam – Volume 1' (ROT ) release, which was a usual single release/5().
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  4. Mar 22,  · The title on the front cover is listed as 'Sound Of Rotterdam Volume II'. The spines and the disc mention 'The Sound Of Rotterdam Volume II'. Inlay: Track 1 is missing it's mix title. Track 17 has the remix tag "Kamasutra Mix" written (only) on inside/5(33).
  5. #4: NRC Rotterdam. Located on the famous Witte de Withstraat, the cafe is named after the NRC newspaper that formerly had its office in the same building. By regularly hosting DJs, live artists and themed-music nights, the venue has by no means lost its cultural significance.
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  7. Track 5 is listed as "I'm Coming Hardcore" on backcover. Track 7 misses mix addition. Track 10 is listed as "Poing (Jump A Little Mix)" on backcover. Track 11 is listed as "Boys Interface" on backcover. Track 14 is listed as "The Sound Of Rotterdam - Way Aahh (J. Beltram Remix) on backcover.
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