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Brisk & Fade - Radio Rockin / Get Fresh - Next Generation LP Samplers - Happy Hardcore

Brisk & Fade - Radio Rockin / Get Fresh - Next Generation LP Samplers - Happy Hardcore
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Track Listing

A Radio Rockin (7:54)
AA Get Fresh (7:14)

Media Condition » Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition » Generic
Artist Brisk & Fade
Title Radio Rockin / Get Fresh
Label Next Generation LP Samplers
Catalogue NGLPS015
Format Vinyl 12 Inch
Released 2002
Genre Happy Hardcore

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Information on the Happy Hardcore Genre

Happy hardcore is a genre of music typified by a very fast tempo (usually around 160–180 BPM), often coupled with solo vocals and sentimental lyrics. Its characteristically 4/4 beat "happy" sound distinguishes it from most other forms of breakbeat hardcore, which tend to be "darker". In its original incarnation, it was often characterized by piano riffs, synthetic stabs and spacey effects. This genre of music is closely related to the typically Dutch genre of Gabber. Happy hardcore evolved from rave music around 1991–1993, as the original house music-based rave became faster and began to include breakbeats, evolving into breakbeat hardcore.

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