You all know happy hardcore right? A genre filled with chipmunk vocals, nursery rhyme synth riffs and adoring fans who all once owned a Vauxhall Nova SRi. Happy hardcore stemmed from what was known as hardcore and to a certain extent many of the releases between to still contained elements of both hardcore and jungle. The music moved on, borrowing elements from techno and gabber including a faster BPM and somewhat sentimental vocals that are still seen today in the guise of UK hardcore.
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