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Tracklist


1It's Ruff4:38
2The Music Makers5:29
3Funky In The Place5:06
4He Never Lost His Hardcore5:00


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TUV 21N.R.G. He Never Lost The Hardcore E.P. ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl)ChillTUV 21UK1992
TUV021N.R.G. He Never Lost His Hardcore ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sti)Phuture Trax PromotionsTUV021UK1992


Credits


  • Mastered BySimon Davey
  • Producer, Arranged By, Written-ByNeil Rumney


Notes


Published by Chill Music
℗ & © 1992 Chill Music
Made in England

Track A samples:
Vocal from Ice-T - Intro/Rhyme Pays
Vocal from Sir Mix-A-Lot - Square Dance Rap (Live at UK Fresh)

Track B1 samples:
Dialogue from the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 021995 002164
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 21 A1 SIMON . THE EXCHANGE DAMONT OLD SCHOOL TIMES
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 21 B1 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE DAMONT


Companies


  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – Damont
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chill Music
  • Copyright (c) – Chill Music
  • Published By – Chill Music


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Comments: (18)
Mikale
Not one mention of (IMO) the best track- the music makers. Nice dark psychotic track.. with samples Willy wonka
Buge
Yeah mate. Totally proper Hardcore sounds I use to remember especially that Intro. Classic! Pukka Tuuuune!!
Androrim
When I was a nipper I used to have a ZX Spectrum 128k. I loved that computer to bits, and each month I would buy magazines like Crash, Your Sinclair, and Sinclair User for the free demo tapes that came selotaped to the cover.One month, one of these free tapes didn’t contain a game at all, but instead contained a music demo. Once loaded up, each key on the keyboard would trigger a different piece of music - One key I think gave you a 128k rendition of Krafwerk’s ‘Model’. Other keys were original compositions I think…Anyway, to this day I remain convinced that the bleeps you hear on ‘It’s Ruff’ were taken from this music demo. Everytime I hear them I’m instantly taken back to being a kid again, sat enthusiastically in front of the computer, prodding different keys to listen to the music. I would love it if Neil Rumney confirmed where those bleeps came from, even if it was just to say that I’m way wide of the mark!It’s a cracking tune from a cracking EP regardless - one that I’ll always cherish.
BlackBerry
Never Lost His Hardcore was obviously the big one back ih the hardcore era and was also massive again in bangin' clubs around 96/97 playing trance and hard house. Not many tunes fitted in so well in two different periods. I lost the sheer lumbering massiveness of the groove if it was any heavier it'd gringd to a halt but instead continued to do the damage in the rave wherever it was played.
Mananara
Big Old School Hardcore 12"."He Never Lost His Hardcore" is the big obvious tune on hear and was the biggest in its day. But the other 3 are all little gems and played heavily too so take your pick.Classic Old School Hardcore from Chill.
Jum
an amazing e.p hear. and you can grab it at a reasonable price, ITS RUFF is the favourite on hear, sounding a bit like MASTERS AT WORK - JUSTA LIL DOPE, each time i hear it, it reminds me of when dj fantasy played it when hit man & her were going live, also on that night was carl cox. Energy Rave - Eclipse Coventry (Hit man and Her) 1992.
watchman
This is my favourite release from ''Chill'' , with four out of four excellent hardcore tunes full of nrg from Neil Rumney.
Dikus
This is an all round classic 4 tunes all demanding a listen and all taking you in different directions,the order is dance floor drum and base or high energy rave I used to cane this back in the day
Fordrellador
Funky In The Place is a tune that has something about it, when I play it I feel just like I did in 1992, its a nicely different tune, can't really explain it, suffice as to say It's Ruff is a quality tune too but Funky In The Place is a little gem..only my thought's of course..
Rrd
its ruff IS the greatest track ever , there can not be any doubt ,surely!!! amazing ,awesome basslines, and very ,very catchy bleeps ,, amazing , a must have for any serious d&b hardcore jungle bass massive old school skool geezers out there
AGAD
The A2 Track of this release contains composed music with a piano track wich is hijacked from an original piece of a great componist Mozart.Very Happy and Classic. A must for a classic house collector.Can't describe it,You should hear this masterpiece of music. The track "he never lost his hardcore is also a very great classic of 1992.Still today everbody goes wild when hearing this track. A great album of the early 90's.
I'm a Russian Occupant
'He Never Lost His Hardcore' is an absolutely hilarious piece of music. Hasn't aged well. Guaranteed to make you giggle, or cringe in horror, depending on whether or not your able to laugh at your former self. Kinda like straight-laced yuppies flipping through yesterday's tie-dyed, bellbottom photos.
iSlate
I wouldnt have bothered giving him any credence at all he sounds like he thinks he knows everything and knows nothing.
showtime
Great reply and the embarrassing thing is he obviously thins he's so "cool" but then proves he doesnt even know what a yuppie is/was.Probably really always liked indie music or some such nonsense back then thought he better get with the times and pretend to understand this kind of music/scene and then couldn't wait to run off again. Why do morons like this even bother copmmenting on music they no nothing about. I wonder what kind of music he thinks has "aged" well.
Zadora
I never really liked it at the time, there were much better records around, even on the same label. I used to get asked for it constantly, it was lowest common denominator stuff. Like being continually pestered for "that come again bad boy tune" or Dominator.
Vital Beast
Maybe if you weren't part of the a scene at the time and first heard about this type of music once top of the pops let you hear the watered down rubbish we in the underground were embarrassed by.As for Yuppies???? those yuppies must be in their late 60ies if they were part of the hippy movement, learn the definition of yuppy first.Music doesn't need to age well, there is something beautiful about living in the here & now and not over thinking things. The Rave scene was a collective effort & in the late 80ies & very early 90ies it hit like a ton of bricks & changed music forever, thats it legacy.
Rias
I agree with Steve_j. Who cares if the main track hasn't aged well? Maybe yuppies looking at their old photos would do well to remember how much fun they were having in those days instead of wondering whose turn it is to drive the kids to school in the armour plated off-roader they bought for the run to tescos.
Hawk Flying
That might be partly true, but to rate the whole EP 1/5 because of that seems somewhat harsh. The Music Makers and It's Ruff are superb techno-tinged breakbeat tracks, which still sound great today in old skool sets.
💿 N.R.G. - He Never Lost His Hardcore Download
Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno
Performer: N.R.G.
Title: He Never Lost His Hardcore
Category: Electronic
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Label: Chill
Catalog #: TUV 21
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 128
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP