Popr3b3l_-_Cant_Bring_Me_Down-WEB-2013-HB

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ARTIST..[ popr3b3l
TITLE...[ can't bring me down
GENRE...[ techno
SOURCE..[ WEB
LABEL...[ MBMusic
CAT NR..[ n/a
ENCODER.[ LAME 3.98
TRACKS..[ 04
LENGTH..[ 14:04 min
SIZE....[ 32,2 MB
QUALITY.[ 320kbps / 44,1kHz / joint-stereo
DATE....[ mar-19-2013
URL.....[ www.radio538.nl

NOTES
I guess scantraxx and popr3b3l wants to hit the top40 too. Mr Prophet wants to follow wildstylez & headhunterz
so they can earn more $$ and connect to a bigger crowd.

We can understand these movements in music styles but they have to make more subgenres because its hardly
hardstyle anymore.

We hope all the labels don't forget their first hour fans and keep making raw & hard tracks. Stay true to
your roots is the message and has always been the message. We hope big business labels also see it that
way.

But... we like top40 music too so here's a nice top40 hardstyle track. Produced by scantraxx people we guess.

Like ?? = Buy !!

TRACKLIST
NR. TRACKNAME                                             TIME
01  can't bring me down (radio edit)                      02:45
02  can't bring me down (original mix)                    04:35
03  can't bring me down (acoustic mix)                    03:05
04  can't bring me down (nrg remix)                       03:39

TOTAL[ 14:04 min
SIZE.[  32,2 mb

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Comments ( 10 )
#1

i see what youre saying but the flip side is if all artists stayed true to their roots, music would of had a much harder time evolving into hardstyle. It's definitely a balancing act though of keeping the core fundamentals of what makes hardstyle hardstyle while also experimenting with pushing the boundaries of the genre. but with that being said, you do get apparent deviations that really shouldn't be classified as a hardstyle track because all traces of the roots of the music are completely wiped out. it'll definitely be an interesting dynamic to see play out over the next 5 years... hopefully the original definition of hardstyle still holds its own. cheers

#2

finally here it is: commercial hardstyle

But btw nice track.

#3

Lol, have you been sleeping the last 4 years?

#4

Finally i don't seem to be the only one to understand both sides of the story, due to the fact both stories and so sides are essentials to keep harder styles alive. Although i do agree in starting giving the first hour class what they still desire even after 10 to 20 years.
To name or rename things : create full releases, stop the short edits and radio edits, instead create basic mixes like '01 - '02 HS Mix and '03 - '04 HS Mix etc etc. representing the evolutions within the bigger umbrella and you'll give both what they want.
And yes keep the basic and original sounds belonging to hardstyle within this as in the provided way this may also be done within all other genre's. They have to make more subgenres is a thing which i don't agree to as the way i see it we should be more thankful for even getting HS in whatever form, more subgenres will only seperate the bigger into smaller groups and this on itselve already is a huge problem in the scene.

#5

Worst Hardstyle Track ever!

No need to bring a Original Mix that starts with a melody, it's unmixable! -.-

#6

WHAT IS THIS S**T?!

#7

dunno, why stupid ppl complain... maybe cause they are STUPID!!
awesome summersong! if you dont like it, dont listen too it :)
there are so many labels who produce true hardstyle (theracords, spoontech, TiLLT, etc)

#8

Scantraxx has nothing to do with this release, Poprebel, a mate of mine, is just a vocalist. This is a collab between him and a producer from his hometown who is aiming to make "raw" hardstyle, for this reason he didnt want his name in the release. Also Poprebel is not signed to any label.

#9

Scantraxx has nothing to do with this release, Poprebel, a mate of mine, is just a vocalist. This is a collab between him and a producer from his hometown who is aiming to make "raw" hardstyle, for this reason he didnt want his name in the release. Also Poprebel is not signed to any label.

#10

Plus, I think this track has an awesome summerfeeling to it and I think it will be played by many on festivals.

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