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19 Jan 2009
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This should be temporary, as we want the articles to differ from Wikipedia's articles as we go much deeper into one subject, that Wikipedia may only have a two line article for.
15 Jan 2009
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UK Hardcore is a broad term to describe the evolved United Kingdom rave hardcore lineage 4/4-kick drum fuelled sound, which emerged there around the start of the 21st century. Encompassing numerous styles and influences, UK Hardcore has a fresh, modern edge to it, often using the latest synthesizers and equipment. Be it a vocal track or an instrumental this current style is a difficult sound to categorise as each of the key DJs and record labels have developed their own sound and approach to this genre.

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