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Hardstyle Masterz & Max Enforcer - Respect lyrics

Reinvent, endeavour, sustain, persist
Elevate, conduct, tomorrow, respect



In 1999, a period of uncertainty in the electronic dance scene
Caused a wind of change that makes our way of life today possible
A few people found it was time for a new sound
A new vision, a new future
With persistence and courage
They created and mastered a new style of hard dance music

This is a special dedication
So their names will be honoured until the end of days
Show your respect to Technoboy, Zany, The Prophet, Isaac, Showtek, Dana, Luna, Pavo, Beholder, Deepack, Tatanka, Headhunterz, Max Enforcer
All these names are true masters of the harder style
But we, we are the Hardstyle Masterz

Hardstyle [2x]


Cover: Hardstyle Masterz & Max Enforcer - Respect
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  • Year
  • 2009

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  • Oct 17, 2009 by zup

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eddie 10 years, 3 months ago
The missing word at the start is "Reinvent"
Thanks for the help!
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eddie 10 years, 5 months ago
@Laserboy: i agree with u. fucking blutonium boy should be there. he is probably one of the most well known hardstyle djs (after zany; isaac & the donkey rollers)
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Mainai 10 years, 6 months ago

Technoboy had his first (hardstyle) release in 1999 called "Amino-Acid". DJ's like Dana maybe didnt have any hardstyle releases yet in 1999, but that doesnt mean they didnt play it. It isnt like all the sudden there was hardstyle... some DJ's just began to shift their hardcorestyle to a style with less BPM and more acid melodies (early hardstyle).

But you're right, a couple of those dj's named in the track werent the inventors of hardstyle. But I think the song is a dedication to all djs who contributed much to the scene, no only the ones who started it.

P.S. Headhunterz had their (nowadays his) first release in 2005 under their alias Nasty D-Tunerz ;)
Laserboy 10 years, 6 months ago
I did a lil bit of research, because I'm a real addict and it's just so interesting to me...
The first Hardstyle production released by the artists named was:

Technoboy - 2000
Showtek - 2001
The Beholder & Max Enforcer - 2001

Soon former Hardcore producers followed...

DJ Zany - 2002 (produced Hardcore b4)
DJ Isaac - 2002 (produced Hardcore b4)
Tatanka - 2002
Luna Meets Trilok & Chiren - 2002
Dana - 2003 (produced Hardcore b4)
The Prophet - 2003 (produced Hardcore b4)
Deepack - 2003
DJ Pavo & Blutonium Boy - 2004 (Pavo produced Harcore b4)
Headhunterz - 2006

Some things seem odd or strange to me. For example: Why is 1999 always praised as the year it all started? It seems to me, that all a few DJs did was experience with Hard House at that time, either Italian or Dutch (but Dutch DJs where more into Hardcore at that time).

Why are Trilok & Chiren not mentioned? They released their first record together with Luna in 2002, why should they be not as important as him?

Why is Blutonium Boy not mentioned at all, although not only Pavo's first Hardstyle record was produced together with him, but also he produced Hardstyle way earlier than Pavo - back in 2002 together with Thomas Trouble?

Why is Headhunterz mentioned at all? Don't get me wrong, I like Headhunterz, it's just that not only was Headhunterz's first release in 2006, so way later than any other artist named, but also did he not create anything new. He/They are awesome, no doubt, but all Headhunterz did was perfect Nu-Style, not create it...

Thx for answers :-)
HardstyleLJ 10 years, 8 months ago
the sound after max enforcer sounds more like Zany Meets The Beholder - Do You Want Heavy?! to me
and i think it's impossible to name all the songs because they are typical for each dj, so they appear in most of their tracks
OthoKhyl 10 years, 8 months ago
at 2:10 when he starts to list the names of the DJ:s ->
after every DJ there is a sample from a song by that artist... like after he says max enforcer, there is a sample from: The Beholder & Max Enforcer - Be Amazed... could someone write a list about those tracks here? ...it drives me crazy if i dont know the tracks... :D
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