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  • "How Much Is The Fish?" is a hardcore/euro-dance song by German group Scooter. It was released in June 1998 as the lead single from their fifth studio
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  • Hardcore (also known as hardcore techno) is a subgenre of electronic dance music based in Belgian New Beat industrial style of Techno, that originated
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  • Big beat Breakbeat hardcore Broken beat Florida breaks Nu-funk Miami bass Nu skool breaks Disco Afro/cosmic music Disco polo Euro disco Italo disco Nu-disco
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  • "Review: 'Hardcore'". variety.com. Retrieved 2017-06-26. "EuroVideo: DVD-Kauf-Neuheiten im Juni 2011". kino.de. Retrieved 2017-06-26. "Hardcore 2004 Directed
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  • Eurodance (redirect from Euro dance)
    Eurodance (sometimes known as Euro-NRG or Euro) is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the late 1980s in Europe. It combines many elements
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  • Eurobeat (redirect from Euro Beat)
    originated in Europe: one is a British variant of dance-pop influenced by Euro disco,[citation needed] and the other is a Hi-NRG-driven form of Italo disco
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  • 1978. From the end of the 1970s until the late 1990s it was rare to see hardcore scenes in mainstream cinema, but this changed with the success of Lars
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  • K-pop Worldbeat Hardcore Gabber 4-beat Breakbeat hardcore Bouncy techno Breakcore Hardbass Digital hardcore Darkcore Happy hardcore Mákina Speedcore
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  • Livetronica Hardcore Gabba 4-beat Breakbeat hardcore Bouncy techno Breakcore Digital hardcore Darkcore Happy hardcore Mákina Speedcore UK hardcore Doomcore
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  • The Bonkers series was one of the leading happy hardcore compilation series in the UK. The first release was in 1996 on record label React (now Resist)
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  • the Czech company SCS Software and is the parallel video game sequel to Euro Truck Simulator 2, spiritual successor of 18 Wheels of Steel. It was first
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  • equivalent of 30,200 Euro. It was distributed theatrically in Italy by Film 2 on 29 July 1983. Although Bianchi and Cristanti had denied a hardcore version of the
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  • April 2015. Zutter, Ben (5 April 2015). "Euro Truck Simulator 2 – Scandinavia Gets Release Date, Teaser". Hardcore Gamer. Retrieved 13 April 2015. Güngör
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  • Urban Waste (band) (category Hardcore punk groups from New York (state))
    Urban Waste (active 1981-84) was a hardcore punk band that was part of the New York renaissance of hardcore punk in the early 1980s. Much more raw, visceral
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  • It originated in the mid-1980s hardcore punk movement of Washington, D.C., where it was known as "emotional hardcore" or "emocore" and pioneered by bands
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  • Ceptor". Hardcore Gaming 101. Retrieved 8 July 2013. Kalata, Kurt. "Thunder Cross 2". Hardcore Gaming 101. Kalata, Kurt. "Thunder Force VI". Hardcore Gaming
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  • its kind, and remained in continual distribution until the 1970s when hardcore pornography eventually took over. At the end of 1947 it had earned $2 million
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  • to Zach Gage | TouchArcade". Touch Arcade. Retrieved December 8, 2017. "Hardcore physics puzzler Getting Over It hits Android". April 26, 2018. Retrieved
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  • Dead Eye Jim Phoenix Games Phoenix Games 2007-01-12EU ✔ Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore •Dead or Alive 2JP Team Ninja TecmoJP,NA, Sony Computer EntertainmentEU
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  • had a Chelsea tattoo applied to himself for authenticity, although the hardcore were surprised he chose the hated "Millwall lion" badge rather than the
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Results from sister projects

  • Blue Moon Boys went to RCA– but I’d probably lose the debate. Even for hardcore rockabilly enthusiasts who consider SUN the alpha and omega, it’s hard
  • etc. Hymn Jazz, incl. Swing Metal New Age Pop, Pop/Rock, etc. Punk Rock, Hardcore, Pop-Punk, etc. Reggae Rock, Hard Rock, etc. Samba Ska Miscellaneous Styles

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