2007
Label: Industrial Strength Records - ISR-73,Industrial Strength Records - ISR 073 • Format: 4x, File MP3 320 kbps • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Speedcore, Hardcore, Gabber
Ripping Fuckin Strength - Akira - Made In Hong Kong (File, MP3)

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3 Replies to “Ripping Fuckin Strength - Akira - Made In Hong Kong (File, MP3)”

  1. 'Ripping Fuckin' Strength' is an absolute monster of a track from Mr Akira. A mish mash of Industrial Strength tracks chugging along to a massive kickdrum, who can possibly hate that eh? Akira is a fan of Industrial Strength (every set I've heard of his he plays classic Strength stuff) so this track is probably a homage to one of the best hardcore labels in the world.

  2. referencing Made In Hong Kong, 12", ISR 'Ripping Fuckin' Strength' is an absolute monster of a track from Mr Akira. A mish mash of Industrial Strength tracks chugging along to a massive kickdrum, who can possibly hate that eh?

  3. 'Ripping Fuckin' Strength' is an absolute monster of a track from Mr Akira. A mish-mash of Industrial Strength tracks chugging along to a massive kick drum, who can possibly hate that eh? Akira is a fan of Industrial Strength (every set I've heard of his he plays classic Strength stuff) so this track is probably a homage to one of the best.

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