5 tracks that killed at rampage
Every year, we leave Sportpaleis with a number of tracks that really made the night. Some of them hard drum&bass, some of the crazy dubstep, and obviously, different strokes for different folks. So here’s another throwback to some of the tunes that ended up being truly memorable.
MUST DIE! - Hellcat (Annix remix)
One of the biggest tracks of that year, the Annix remix of MUST DIE!’s ‘Hellcat’ cemented the Playaz boys reputation as providers of the heaviest possible dancefloor material. At Rampage 2015, pretty much every dj played this tune, regardless of the acts before or after them, and the crowd couldn’t get enough of it.
Murdock, Submatik & Jenna G - Good Luv (Murdock's Rampage Remix)
Murdock, Champion and Wavelen built a little soulful tune for Liquicity and were joined, on vocals, by the ever amazing Jenna G. The tune became the lead track for Liquicity’s Escapism compilation, and got played out all over the place. Because Murdock was looking for a special thing to close his set with, he decided to give the track a twist nobody would expect. It worked!
Fulham 2 Waterloo (Emalkay Remix)
Caspa & Rusko reuniting at Rampage 2016 will remain a milestone for the party, as the two legends played together in Europe for the first time in many years, too many to count! The devastatingly efficient overhaul Emalkay gave this track proved itself during their set.
Doctrine - The Grudge (Original Mix)
Initially released on the Rampage EP pt 2, Murdock dropped the tune in his set in 2016, and it caused a storm. It never really got the exposure it deserves, but it proved itself to be one of the hardest tracks ever.
xKore - Stabs (Official Video)
As part of the Inspected Soundsystem, xKore joined Inspector Dubplate and Culprate behind the decks in 2012, at a time when Stabs was doing the rounds. The animated video had already killed it, and now was the time for this track to slay... over and over again!