Paul Elstak – The Offensive Hardcore Collection CD

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1-1. Paul Elstak Vs Ruffian – Rage
1-2. Paul Elstak Vs The Headbanger – Your Mother Sucks Cocks In Hell (Remastered)
1-3. DJ Paul Vs. DJ Panic – We Shall Not Be Moved
1-4. Paul Elstak Vs The Stunned Guys Ft. Ruffian – Bombing Eardrumz
1-5. Paul Elstak Vs Distortion – Go Away
1-6. Paul Elstak Ft. Firestone Vs MC Ruffian – A Hardcore State Of Mind
1-7. Paul Elstak – Ik Haat Je (Offensive Mix)
1-8. Paul Elstak Vs Dione – Here Comes The Prozac
1-9. Paul Elstak Vs Tommyknocker – Danger Danger (Paul Elstak Mix)
1-10. Paul Elstak Vs DJ D – Furious Anger
1-11. Paul Elstak – Hardcore Hooligan (Angerfist Remix)
1-12. Paul Elstak Vs The Dark Twins Ft. Profane – Thru Your Head (Fixed By Offensive Hardcore)
1-13. Paul Elstak Vs Rotterdam Terror Corps – Skull Dominion (Destructive Tendencies Remix)
1-14. Paul Elstak Vs Partyraiser Ft. Firestone – I Don’t Care (De Gezellige Mix)


2-1. Paul Elstak Ft. Beatstream Vs Radiate – Angels Deserve To Die
2-2    Paul Elstak Vs Rotterdam Terror Corps – Time To Kill Another One
2-3. Paul Elstak Vs Promo – Enemies 4 Life (Paul Elstak Mix)
2-4. Paul Elstak – Offensive Thrillah
2-5. Paul Elstak Vs Distortion – Copkillaz
2-6. Paul Elstak Vs Rotterdam Terror Corps – Insanity
2-7. Paul Elstak – My Beat
2-8. Paul Elstak Vs Rotterdam Terror Corps – Rotterdamn
2-9. Paul Elstak Vs The Dark Twins – Beat The System
2-10. Paul Elstak – Handz Up!
2-11. Paul Elstak Vs Rotterdam Terror Corps – Demonic State (In Heaven)
2-12. Paul Elstak – Bad Girl
2-13. Paul Elstak Vs Distortion – Game’s Over
2-14. Paul Elstak Ft. Firestone Vs MC Ruffian – Proud To Be Hardcore (The Beatkrusher Remix)


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In 1987, his career as a DJ started when he was hired as a Struppier at Rotterdam Discothèque Bluetiek-Inn. Here he played with the Dutch House music pioneer Peter Slaghuis. Around this time he also hooked up with Rob Fabrie and Richard van Naamen to form Holy Noise, with whom he released a string of releases at the Hithouse record label (owned by Slaghuis). In 1991 Holy Noise had their biggest success with their release James Brown is Still Alive. This release was a reply to the popular house record James Brown is Dead by L.A. Style. In 1992 Elstak created his own record label, Rotterdam Records (under the flag of Mid-Town records) to release hardcore and Rotterdam Tekno. The first release on this label was a Holy Noise release under the guise of De Euromasters, releasing Amsterdam Waar Lech Dat Dan? (Translated; Amsterdam where is that?). This record was an implicit complaint about the Dutch media paying most attention to Amsterdam and not to Rotterdam. In 1995 he released the first DJ Paul Elstak single, Life Is Like a Dance. After this record, a few commercial releases followed. Rainbow in the Sky was the most successful of these. Several of his singles reached the Dutch Top 40 in the mid-1990s.[2] After two years, Elstak decided to leave the commercial dance scene and devote his time releasing gabber. In 2001 he left Mid-Town and Rotterdam Records to start a new record label at Rige Entertainment, called Offensive Records. To this day Paul still releases hardcore on this imprint in his own typical style.