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Korsakoff - The Powerrave Experience download album
The Powerrave Experience
Hardcore, Gabber, Hard Trance
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Gereleased in: 2006 Album: The Powerrave Experience Vinyl. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me But because of the path that lies behind me I remember that for one hundred years we have fought these machines I remember that for one hundred years, they have sent their armies to destroy us And after a century of war I remember that which matters most.


Powerrave 5:31
Still Wasted 4:58
Stardom (Thunderdome 2004 Anthem) 5:40
Backfire 4:58
Alpha 1:26


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PAM 5, PAM 6 Korsakoff The Powerrave Experience ‎(2x12") Pro Artist Management, Pro Artist Management PAM 5, PAM 6 Netherlands 2005
PAM 006 Korsakoff The Powerrave Experience ‎(12", W/Lbl) Pro Artist Management PAM 006 Netherlands 2005
PAM 005 / 006 Korsakoff The Powerrave Experience ‎(2x12", W/Lbl) Pro Artist Management PAM 005 / 006 Netherlands 2005

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There's something quit special about this release..I've added this release 4 years ago and just read the submission information again. The submission notes are very detailed and historical about what went on during the release of this release but a lot of things still kept mysterious since then.. During the release of these two limited test pressings Pro Artist Management had been in denial for a short period of time about whether this release actually existed. There were two shipments and possibly even two pressings from this release of which the first copies had already been given away as promotional copies to severall recordshops. I worked at one of these shops, blazinhot-records, until I got fired in 2007 due to the acquisition of the company to VIP records. Now I no longer work for blazinhot and have no relations to the company anymore I can finally speak freely about the mysterious conditions around this release. At the time we had received one of these set of copies and because I have always been a diehard hardcore-collector from the first hour I had been given these copies by my boss. But not for nothing; I had to swor oath not to bring the release to the outside world until the offical release came out. At the time distributors pressed a lot of promotional copies and gave it away freely which nowadays is quit exceptional. We always kept these promo's silent but I thought it would not be harmfull to anyone to just see once how such a record would muster on an auction site. With no intent of actually selling it I did for a short period, and glad I did not sell it. Stories like these prove records are worth more than just music on a piece of plastic. Meanwhile a second shipment had been delivered at the Pro Artist Management Office but P.A.M claimed they never received the parcel. P.A.M. stated a message on their website that the postal service told them a guy who namend himself Mr. Notenboom had claimed the parcel. That days P.A.M. was located in building with more companies and anyone could have claimed the parcel. The website message stated P.A.M. was notified of an acution running from a seller with the Chronic Distraction, an alias I used at the time, offering the actual release. Alarmbells were ringing and logically P.A.M. started their investigiation and stated a message at their website about the parcel had been claimed by a Mr. Notenboom and the auction form Chronic Distraction that had been on a dutch auctionsite. They guessed Chronic Distraction and Mr. Notenboom must be one and the same person. There even was a price for he who would give valuabel information that would lead to finding the parcel. Unfortunatly I could not come forward because I would have discredited my company. I'd deleted the auction already because it did not turn out to muster a descent value. What started out as an innocent action turned out to be a unfortunate situation, and ouch did I feel sorry and had I learned my lesson. I also tried submitting the release to the discogs database but mods innitially did not believe the existance of the vinyls. It was also a time when adding whitelabels were not or limited allowed into the database so they claimed it would just be another whitelabel and not exceptional. Leif Petersen an employee from P.A.M. also denied the existance of the release at first. This was a way to possibly caught someone on the act with offender knowledge and information about the wherebaouts of the parcel. Eventually the message reached me that the parcel was retreived and the parcel did not turn out to been stolen afterall. The message was deleted from their website and no one has never heared about it since. I assume the parcel was delivered at one of the other offices located in the building and the postal service had just dropped it instead of what they should do, deliver in person. I really doubt the Mr. Noteboom actually existed. Probably only the mind of the mailman who deliverd in the wrong office and failed his job while in a hurry.. Who will tell..[Unfortunatly I do not know the exact quantity of the pressing but a vague memory tells me there were no more than 25 copies pressed]