Things take a harder twist on Side B, where the beats slip over the 200 bpm mark and well into nosebleed territory, including some, erm, classics like "Shaftman", "Necronomicon" and the one that goes "Sex, sex, sex is the law, law, law when a guy gets a girl on the floor, floor, floor". Without the benefit of nostalgia it's all too easy to pass the whole side off as aggressive noise. It's a challenging listen without question, but the reward comes in realising 200 bpm hardcore is less about "aggression" and more about "release". It's the style that takes the antiestablishmentarianism of rave to its logical (and final) conclusion. The ultimate "fuck you" to society.
Download Geoff Da Chef "666 - Definition of a Hardcore Tape" Side A
Download Geoff Da Chef "666 - Definition of a Hardcore Tape" Side B