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Spiritual Hardcore - Spiritual Hardcore 1 FLAC album


Performer: Spiritual Hardcore
Genre: Electronic
Title: Spiritual Hardcore 1
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1580 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1376 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1184 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 202
Other Formats: VOX DXD ADX TTA MP1 VOC MOD

Black/Death Metal/Hardcore.

Complete your Spiritual Hardcore collection. A side is a Ragga Breakbeat Hardcore choon - with a UK Emcee (?) ragamuffin vocals. Gritty sample of "All good things to those who wait" (Silence of the Lambs?) is among the vocal samples. Has a proper hollow, square-wave baseline.

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A-side contains two unknown film samples; "He's a raving maniac, who knows what he'll do?", and "All good things to those who wait". Matrix, Runout: SHO - 001 A ∗ - . ∗. Matrix, Runout: SHO - 001 - AA ∗ - . Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

No Spiritual Surrender by Inside Out, released 01 January 1990 1. Burning Fight 2. Undertone 3. By A Thread 4. No Spiritual Surrender 5. Sacrifice (bonus track) 6. Redemption (bonus track) Revelation:19. Also, check out Revelation Records' other classic hardcore records on Bandcamp. Millwall D. This is the greatest Hardcore record ever made, American or otherwise. The reason I love A Patient Man is because it delivers are high-caliber hardcore album with a nice touch of grown-up content as well as a range of diversity in the musical approach and the lyrical content. The studio engineering raises the bar in quality and so brings an added intensity to the brutally clear delivery of each song. In fact, the engineering is so well done you could almost get lost in listening to the album simply by paying attention to how it was recorded.

Spiritual Minded (2002). A lot of people hate this album because they doubt what kind of God KRS-One believes in exactly, or whatever. There are also a lot of people who love this album – personally I could never really get into it, the subject matter can get tiring if you’re not much interested in religious and spiritual matters. The beats are kind of bland too and there are some gospel-type hooks that don’t work – but KRS drops lyrics to think about as always. In 1998, a year after KRS’ best-selling album I Got Next, the intended follow-up called Maximum Strenght was shelved (by KRS himself or his then-label Jive). Ten years later this album appeared, using the shelved 1998 cover with ‘two thousand eight’ added to the title. Upon release it was said to contain all new tracks, so the reason for re-using the mothballed name and cover are not really clear.

Sonidos de Liberacion- Spiritual Hardcore added 4 new photos. 28 November 2017 ·. Interview to krishna das from phillipines aying in bands like . Intoxication of violence), Hard-Kulangot and Kristo's Karma. Make friends with people who will pull you toward spiritual life, not pull you down. in our temple you have a lot of free time which you can spend in temple programs like mangal arati, Bhagavad-Gita or Srimad Bhagavatam class(morning and evening) among others. and that's a normal day for me. -8. Madhu: Which books are you reading?

Tracklist

A Untitled 4:17
AA Untitled 4:35

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – JTS Studios

Notes

- Released as a white label with artist/label name, catalogue number, and phone number stamped in black on A-side.
- A-side contains two unknown film samples; "He's a raving maniac, who knows what he'll do?", and "All good things to those who wait".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SHO - 001 A ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗
  • Matrix / Runout: SHO - 001 - AA ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SHO-1 Spiritual Hardcore Spiritual Hardcore 1 ‎(12", W/Lbl) Spiritual Hardcore SHO-1 UK 1992
Detenta
A side is a Ragga Breakbeat Hardcore choon - with a UK Emcee (?) ragamuffin vocals. Gritty sample of "All good things to those who wait" (Silence of the Lambs?) is among the vocal samples. Has a proper hollow, square-wave baseline. Pressed on thick vinyl but not a great pressing audio wise.

Anaginn
The B Side track has popped up as a recent ID on Jack Frost & Mickey Finn mixes from 1992, quite an obscure, strange-ish track....not sure what the A Side is like yet.....