Whilst I respect the scene as it is (to a degree), the young ones just don't understand what it was like to hear the hardcore of 1990-1992 as it was back then. a true musical movement that arguebly eclipses that of the disco movement in the 70's (that in itself is a sterling thing given the the dj's/artists/clubs). A monumental pleasure for those involved to whatever degree, we have witnessed the last music movement because whatever genre you're into; house, drum & bass, techno, it will NEVER happen again. If you're ripping from this forum for memories, respect to you, if you're ripping for research...learn, if you're dissing in this forum...you're a cunt who will NEVER know what good music is. Hardcore will never die. Without it forums like this, and the music contained, would never have happened. The pathetic fractions of what we have now.."jump up is shit, current value is pots & pans" is a joke and is overshadowed by our unity in dance music back then. Respect to the Swindon crew, Free Spirit forever, West Country was THE hardcore. Perception. Fantazia. Ektos. Patrick Ewing 33 Hi. Champion Suede mids. E tops. Two Tone Jeans. Stussy. Kiss FM. Everything we have in our hands & ears now is because of this. He Who Controls The Spice, Controls The Universe. Respect to 1992, bring the hardcore to US. Peace Out.