» » D-M-S - Exterminate

D-M-S - Exterminate mp3

Tracklist

1Exterminate (Rush Mix)
2Exterminate (Day Of The Hardcore)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PNT 032D-M-S Exterminate ‎(12")Production HousePNT 032UK1991
PNT 032DMS Exterminate ‎(12", W/Lbl)Production HousePNT 032UK1991

Credits

  • Producer, Mixed ByDj D-M-S, Dice
  • Written-ByD. Pereira, F. Dyce

Notes

Official DJ Copy not for resale.

Track A samples:
Piano from Rhythim Is Rhythim - Strings of Life
Vocal from Outlander - Vamp
Dalek dialogue from TV show Dr. Who

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 018890 120321
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): PNT-032-A PA5556 BC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): PNT-032-AA PA5556

Companies

  • Published By – FJR Music
  • Published By – Handle Music Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Broadcrest Ltd. – PA5556

Video

Info

Listen free to Dms Exterminate Exterminate Day Of The Hardcore, Exterminate Rush Mix. 2 tracks . British 12 - Production House PNT032. Production House PNT032 Vinyl Records exterminate. Use the HTFR Wishlist to bookmark Vinyl and CDs. Play all samples from this release. Be the first customer to review DMS - Exterminate. Your NameNickname: Your Rating: Not rated 1 - Very poor 2 - Poor 3 - OK 4 - Good 5 - Very good. You can buy Album Exterminate Single Vinyl 1992 - DMS. Listen online top songs DMS. Download the latest song of Exterminate Single Vinyl: Exterminate Day Of The Hardcore. Exterminate is a song by the German Eurodance group Snap featuring Niki Haris. It was released in December 1992, as the third single from their second studio album, The Madman's Return, and features vocals by the group's new front woman, Niki Haris. The song reached number-one in Spain, peaked at number 2 in Greece, Ireland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and became a top 10 hit in several other European countries. On the Eurochart Hot 100, Exterminate peaked at number 2 in February 1993. BEAUTIFUL VOCAL TRANCE - Chapter 2 RNM - Продолжительность: 1:42:01 RazNitzanMusic Recommended for you. Café del Mar , Chillout Radio , 247 Café del Mar Official 843 зрителя. Production House1991. Main genre : Electronic, Dance. Hook, Riff Electronic, Dance. Anasthasia by T99 1991. D-M-S - Exterminate Label: Production House - PNT 032 Format: Vinyl, 12, 45 RPM Country: UK Released: 1991 Genre: Electronic Style: Breakbeat, album to Cart. Love Overdose, Vengeance Remix Vinyl 1992. Exterminate Day Of The Hardcore. Exterminate Rush Mix. Exterminate by Angelcorpse, released 01 January 1998 1. Christhammer 2. Wartorn 3. Into The Storm Of Steel 4. Phallelujah 5. Reap The Whirlwind 6. That Which Lies Upon 7. Embrace 8. Sons Of Vengeance. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 EUR or more. Compact Disc. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. wanna pay lower shipping costs Buy the CD on our shop . Snap Exterminate Exterminate 1992. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Dance Eurohouse. Snap , Niki Haris. Songs in album Exterminate 1992. Snap Haris - Exterminate Endzeit 7''. Snap Haris - Exterminate 12''. Snap Haris - Exterminate Album Version

D-M-S - Exterminate mp3

Performer: D-M-S

Title: Exterminate

Country: UK

Release date: 1991

Label: Production House

Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore

Catalog: PNT 032

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2216 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 368

Record source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo

MP3 Related to D-M-S - Exterminate

betelgeuze
No point even explaining about tracks like this to people who weren’t there - they will never get it. Classic.
betelgeuze
No point even explaining about tracks like this to people who weren’t there - they will never get it. Classic.
Nalme
I was born in 96 and I love this track
Nalme
I was born in 96 and I love this track
Bedy
This tune really hits home what the whole Hardcore/Rave scene was for me. (and many others I talk to) Yes, I know it was lambasted by the so called "Critiques" at the time of release, well those c*ck-jockeys obviously didn't attend the many raves where people were loving this tune.Yes, I know there were many people tabbed off their faces and they would have danced to a mobile phone ringtone, but I still play this tune on the radio every now and again and it always gets a huge response from the listeners. The Dalek samples were just so right, the discordant whistle, the looped bassline, the piano lifted from the classic Strings of Life, it all just worked.Playing it on your iPod in the cold light of day might not work for you, but for anyone who was there at Vibelite, Renaissance or any of the other amazing nights from that time this will take you back to tuning into your local Pirate Station and texting your shouts to your mates. Hardcore will Never Die. !!!Lovebump.com
Bedy
This tune really hits home what the whole Hardcore/Rave scene was for me. (and many others I talk to) Yes, I know it was lambasted by the so called "Critiques" at the time of release, well those c*ck-jockeys obviously didn't attend the many raves where people were loving this tune.Yes, I know there were many people tabbed off their faces and they would have danced to a mobile phone ringtone, but I still play this tune on the radio every now and again and it always gets a huge response from the listeners. The Dalek samples were just so right, the discordant whistle, the looped bassline, the piano lifted from the classic Strings of Life, it all just worked.Playing it on your iPod in the cold light of day might not work for you, but for anyone who was there at Vibelite, Renaissance or any of the other amazing nights from that time this will take you back to tuning into your local Pirate Station and texting your shouts to your mates. Hardcore will Never Die. !!!Lovebump.com
Washington
innit!except...who was texting back in '91?! ;P)strictly payphone vibes and bootleg cassettes bro!
Washington
innit!except...who was texting back in '91?! ;P)strictly payphone vibes and bootleg cassettes bro!
Mohn
spot on brother!
Mohn
spot on brother!
Goldendragon
All of the robot samples on this track, including "Exterminate!" are from the cult BBC television series "Doctor Who". These are samples of the evil "Dalek" robots who wish to kill all humans!
Goldendragon
All of the robot samples on this track, including "Exterminate!" are from the cult BBC television series "Doctor Who". These are samples of the evil "Dalek" robots who wish to kill all humans!
Pedora
This was one of those records that music-journalist types were complaining about back during the time it was released: disposable techno that consisted of little more than samples thrown on top of looped, sped-up breakbeats with production quality that wasn't exactly excellent (I swear some of these Production House records must've been using an 8-bit Ensoniq Mirage to sample things). So, of course, with the benefit of hindsight, that's what makes records like this so absolutely charming. There's no arty "minimal" aesthetic at work here, oh no... and the time could not have been any other than 1991-1992: a nice fat 202 bassline, a breakbeat, robot voices screaming "Exterminate!", and then a huge "Strings of Life" sample in the middle of it with an eerie female vocal on top. Perhaps you had to be there, but to hear this sort of thing when it came out: it still sends chills down my spine. Even with the entire crowd on Doves I'm still surprised these sort of records did anything but confuse people.
Pedora
This was one of those records that music-journalist types were complaining about back during the time it was released: disposable techno that consisted of little more than samples thrown on top of looped, sped-up breakbeats with production quality that wasn't exactly excellent (I swear some of these Production House records must've been using an 8-bit Ensoniq Mirage to sample things). So, of course, with the benefit of hindsight, that's what makes records like this so absolutely charming. There's no arty "minimal" aesthetic at work here, oh no... and the time could not have been any other than 1991-1992: a nice fat 202 bassline, a breakbeat, robot voices screaming "Exterminate!", and then a huge "Strings of Life" sample in the middle of it with an eerie female vocal on top. Perhaps you had to be there, but to hear this sort of thing when it came out: it still sends chills down my spine. Even with the entire crowd on Doves I'm still surprised these sort of records did anything but confuse people.
Braendo
i think they had an MPC60 ..and some of the acen stuff was made with a w30 aswell
Braendo
i think they had an MPC60 ..and some of the acen stuff was made with a w30 aswell
Buzalas
This track is a classic. It was around this time that rave culture was beginning to decline and the music media began to belittle the scene, hence the bad reviews in the press. The sample is perfect, the ravey stab sublime, and a bassline to die for. I still play this out, and the kids fucking love it. Effective and in your face.
Buzalas
This track is a classic. It was around this time that rave culture was beginning to decline and the music media began to belittle the scene, hence the bad reviews in the press. The sample is perfect, the ravey stab sublime, and a bassline to die for. I still play this out, and the kids fucking love it. Effective and in your face.
Zadora
spot on brother!
Zadora
spot on brother!