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The Beholder & Zany - Bleeding For The Harder Styles album mp3


The Beholder


Bleeding For The Harder Styles



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1810 mb

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4.3 ✱



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The Beholder & Zany - Bleeding For The Harder Styles album mp3

The Beholder & Zany - Bleeding For The Harder Styles album mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Beholder & Zany* Bleeding For The Harder Styles (The Official Decibel Anthem 2008)
Producer, Written-By – B. Grobler*, R. van Grinsven*, Beholder*
B The Beholder & Balistic Decibel Anthem (D-Block & S-Te-Fan's 2008 Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Balistic, Max Enforcer, Beholder*Remix – D-Block & S-te-fan

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Seismic Special
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mid-Town Records BV
  • Copyright (c) – Seismic Special
  • Copyright (c) – Mid-Town Records BV
  • Published By – Mid-Town Publishing Holland
  • Published By – Noculan Publishing
  • Published By – Suburban Sound
  • Published By – Elstak Music


Track A: Published by Midtown Publishing Holland / Noculan Publishing
Track B: Published by Suburban Sound Music / Elstak Music

(P) & (C) 2008 Seismic Special / Mid-Town Records BV - The Netherlands

The cover artwork is inspired by video game, Grand Theft Auto IV .

A-side uses the melody from "Stairway To Heaven" by Led Zeppelin.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8713290808059

In case you wanted to know, "Bleeding For The Harder Styles" sampled/copied the riff of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." I think it was a great idea as the riff for "Stairway to Heaven" is really nice, and incorporated into Hardstyle/Hardcore could potentially be a REAL anthem--but Beholder & DJ Zany, being as good producers as they are, could have done a MUCH better job. Based on the rating and other reviews I guess other Hardstyle fans were pretty disappointed too.
I found this release very disappointing to be honest. DJ Zany is one of the most finest and most notable hardstyle DJ's in the scene and most of his work is usually appealing, this term also applies to The Beholder (aka Neophyte, his hardcore alias). This duo has teamed up since 2006 and since then all their releases have been top notch in quality. However, I have noticed the hardstyle quality has declined these last few years and this record is a distinct example of what hardstyle has become. The melody is commercial, mainstream and to make matters worse, it has annoying and unnecessary vocals which does not fit the track at all. If you thought the recent hardstyle anthems were a disgrace, then you might want to avoid this disaster. The second track also disappointed me, pretty much what I summed up above, and this track did not needed to be remixed at any cause.
When The Beholder and Zany first teamed up, I didn't know what to expect. Sure, both are great producers, but I feared that their respective styles would clash, ending in disaster. Thankfully, I was proven wrong and they both created some wicked tracks. And now this arrives. When I first heard it, I couldn't believe it. This is without a doubt one of the worst hardstyle tracks I've ever heard. The vocals are cheesy and stupid, the kicks are weak as hell, and the melody is vomit-inducing. There are simply no redeeming qualities at all to be found in this track. The B-side isn't any better either, with a weak remix effort. Why bother remixing a classic track when the remix isn't even a fraction as good as the original? I'd call this the true definition of "remix-raping" a track. Still, it's better than the A-side, but that isn't saying much in this case. When the 2007 anthem by Deepack - which was a weak effort as well - is much better than this track, you know something's definitely wrong. Here's hoping that the duo re-discovers the awesome that was "Midnight" and "Annihilating".

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