"I started listening to hardcore / breakbeat in 1991, going to raves and buying tapes and getting tapes off mates. It was a big disappointment around 1993/4 when the Scottish scene split. The old hardcore / breakbeat was gone up here in Scotland and our scene moved to the bouncier harder style. Don't get me wrong, I loved it for a few years until 1997 when it just got too fast and the raves were playing mostly gabba. I stopped going to raves early 1997. Around 2004 I found some old rave tapes in my parents house and listened to them. Fell in love again and started to roam the internet to find some of the tapes I used to listen to. Found a website (am sure it was called Hardcore Will Never Die) and they had tape rips from a lot of English raves. I started to download from there and it spiralled."
Access to Arasaka. Cyberpunk 2020-style techno, ideal for background music in RPGs.
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