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HappyHardcore.com presents Hardcore Tsunami 2 Import


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Disc: 1
1. Primary Source – Loopfish
2. Rush Hourz – Fade & Kelly.
3. Causing A Heart Attack – Clsm & Dj Seduction
4. The Truth – The Acolyte
5. Hold You Tonight – Dream Foundation
6. Rock Da Party – Brisk & Ham
7. Take Me Away – Impact Vs Furious
8. Do You Love – Fade
9. Turn Around (Spinback & Storm Remix) – Euphony Feat. Dannielle
10. Into Darkness – Gammer & Micky Skeedal
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Locked Inside Your Mind – Dirt
2. Dreamer – Ams
3. Ready – Duncan Oatham
4. Push The Tempo – Duncan Oatham
5. Fuckin’ With The Frequency (Scott Brown Remix) – Kevin Energy
6. World Of Illusion – Andy Vinal & K Complex
7. Cold – Ethos & Dan Devotion
8. Kick Down – K Complex & Dj Fury
9. Atomic Orbital - Mark Ashley & K Complex
10. Drop The Beat – Ams
See all 16 tracks on this disc

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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
Not quite the same as the first July 2 2007
By olfulla - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
but just as good in its way. Silver's mix covers a range of happier sounds, kicking off with an almost funky couple of tracks - the 'Rush Hourz' mix is irresistible. After that there's more vocal goodness, highlights including 'Born To Love U' and 'Ordinary World'.
Just as on the first in the series, Kevin Energy's set will impress you with its brilliance - freeform, trancecore, whatever you want to call it, it's a fascinating, hectic 70-odd minutes of genius. Standout tracks - 'Cold', 'Planet of Dreams' and "Atomic Orbital', of course.
Get it if you can, and hunt down the blue album, because Kevin Energy's mix there is astonishing.Hardcore Heaven, Vol. 3Hardcore Heaven V.4
Decent disc but not as good as the original Hardcore Tsunami Sept. 20 2004
By Ed in Indy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Happyhardcore.com has been putting out some pretty good releases. If you liked this cd, you'll want to head over to Amazon's UK store and order the original Hardcore Tsunami. The genre "Happy Hardcore" has a lot of fast beats and adrenaline producing sounds. I'm no raver or genre expert but this has definitely gotten me searching for similar music anywhere I can.

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