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D-Block & S-Te-Fan - Rockin' Ur Mind (Scantraxx)

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Postby Schac » 04 Jan 2011, 22:10

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Schac:They will just release it at hardstyle.com?
I wanna buy it at astral :'(


How do you know?


I mean "Will they just release it at hardstyle.com?", sry :+
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Postby heny » 04 Jan 2011, 22:30

The tracks will probably be exclusively released at Hardstyle.com for two weeks just as every other Scantraxx release. After that you can also buy it in other shops.
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Postby Double-T » 04 Jan 2011, 23:24

heny:The tracks will probably be exclusively released at Hardstyle.com for two weeks just as every other Scantraxx release. After that you can also buy it in other shops.


Hope so cause I bought Substream @ HS.com and it was like 10€ shipping fees..
Almost as expensive as the album itself :/
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Postby Martin » 05 Jan 2011, 03:08

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John Cove:Why money business? most of the tracks are unreleased.


Money buisness because Scantraxx didn't release it as a compilation but as a compilation called Rockin' Ur Mind with a big DBSTF Logo on it. Money buisness because they are selling their image to make profit out of these tracks ;) And money buisness because Scantraxx will earn money from track that are not produced under their label :).

The amount of fail in this reasoning is beyond me. :facepalm:

So why can't they give their compilation cd a name? Is there some unspoken rule that you can't slap your artist logo on a compilation cd you mix? Or that you can't give it a name except for "Hardstyle Ultimate Mix Vol. #", etc? It's not like it's anything new, Zany/Fusion have done it before as has The Prophet. Pretty much all compilation cds will feature tracks not produced under their label. Unless the compilation has a theme (e.g. Best Of Label), then they are more then entitled to feature whatever tracks they fancy.
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Postby Double-T » 05 Jan 2011, 12:51

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John Cove:Why money business? most of the tracks are unreleased.


Money buisness because Scantraxx didn't release it as a compilation but as a compilation called Rockin' Ur Mind with a big DBSTF Logo on it. Money buisness because they are selling their image to make profit out of these tracks ;) And money buisness because Scantraxx will earn money from track that are not produced under their label :).

The amount of fail in this reasoning is beyond me. :facepalm:

So why can't they give their compilation cd a name? Is there some unspoken rule that you can't slap your artist logo on a compilation cd you mix? Or that you can't give it a name except for "Hardstyle Ultimate Mix Vol. #", etc? It's not like it's anything new, Zany/Fusion have done it before as has The Prophet. Pretty much all compilation cds will feature tracks not produced under their label. Unless the compilation has a theme (e.g. Best Of Label), then they are more then entitled to feature whatever tracks they fancy.


You can facepalm me if you want but you can't go and tell me that if this compilation would have been called " Beatstylerz pres. Fuck da slow Music ", with the same tracklist, it would be selled as much ? Haha no. I'm not blaming Scantraxx for it, no no no, in the end, the purpose of a label is to make money, and as you said it Fusion did it too.
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Postby Nicolas S » 05 Jan 2011, 13:03

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You can facepalm me if you want but you can't go and tell me that if this compilation would have been called " Beatstylerz pres. Fuck da slow Music ", with the same tracklist, it would be selled as much ? Haha no. I'm not blaming Scantraxx for it, no no no, in the end, the purpose of a label is to make money, and as you said it Fusion did it too.


Sure they try to make some money out of their work, wouldn't ya too ? It's lame to say they just make profit out of their names. I would do the same because I need to pay monthly my fucking bills. I am not angry @ them for making this. A Mixed Comp got some advantages aswell like every producer get some money, Tracks getting more prestige, better known and made everything clear that this tracks are bombs. They just try to make some advertisement but also getting some money and I doubt it won't be much since nobody of the real scene would buy this cd only for hearing this tracks. So I guess they don't even make as much money as they want to.
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Postby Double-T » 05 Jan 2011, 14:24

Nicolas S:Sure they try to make some money out of their work, wouldn't ya too ? It's lame to say they just make profit out of their names. I would do the same because I need to pay monthly my fucking bills.

This is not about me, sir.
I am not angry @ them for making this.

Neither am I, as I said it above.
A Mixed Comp got some advantages aswell like every producer get some money, Tracks getting more prestige, better known and made everything clear that this tracks are bombs.

So basically every track on a compilation is a bomb for you ? Or just these on this album ?
They just try to make some advertisement but also getting some money and I doubt it won't be much since nobody of the real scene would buy this cd only for hearing this tracks. So I guess they don't even make as much money as they want to.

My point wasn't concerning us (=the guys from the "real" scene as you name it) but the random lamba guy who likes Headhunterz (sorry LJ if you read this) and other of what I call the Hardstyle Big Five (HHz, NC, DBSTF, WZ, Frontliner). That lambda guy surely will buy this because the album is signed DBSTF ;) That's what i meant :)
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Postby RossMcleod » 05 Jan 2011, 20:57

Double-T:My point wasn't concerning us (=the guys from the "real" scene as you name it) but the random lamba guy who likes Headhunterz (sorry LJ if you read this) and other of what I call the Hardstyle Big Five (HHz, NC, DBSTF, WZ, Frontliner). That lambda guy surely will buy this because the album is signed DBSTF ;) That's what i meant :)


And? o_O

If people are buying this because they don't know the tracks and just know DBSTF, it's kind of a good thing. It just means that they will get a chance to hear different, new and decent tracks. If they do know the tracks and don't want them, they wont buy it. If DBSTF made the compilation, they should have their name on the front.

Nobody gets pissed off at b2s for releasing the Decibel compilations and sticking the name of the DJ who made it on the front? They could of released a compilation under the name "Hardest of Stylers Vol. 87 mixed by someone" if they wanted to, but nobody would hear about it to buy it.
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Postby Martin » 05 Jan 2011, 22:51

Double-T:
Martin:
Double-T:
Money buisness because Scantraxx didn't release it as a compilation but as a compilation called Rockin' Ur Mind with a big DBSTF Logo on it. Money buisness because they are selling their image to make profit out of these tracks ;) And money buisness because Scantraxx will earn money from track that are not produced under their label :).

The amount of fail in this reasoning is beyond me. :facepalm:

So why can't they give their compilation cd a name? Is there some unspoken rule that you can't slap your artist logo on a compilation cd you mix? Or that you can't give it a name except for "Hardstyle Ultimate Mix Vol. #", etc? It's not like it's anything new, Zany/Fusion have done it before as has The Prophet. Pretty much all compilation cds will feature tracks not produced under their label. Unless the compilation has a theme (e.g. Best Of Label), then they are more then entitled to feature whatever tracks they fancy.


You can facepalm me if you want but you can't go and tell me that if this compilation would have been called " Beatstylerz pres. Fuck da slow Music ", with the same tracklist, it would be selled as much ? Haha no. I'm not blaming Scantraxx for it, no no no, in the end, the purpose of a label is to make money, and as you said it Fusion did it too.

Relevancy? Why would they call it that lol? Also, you claim that another artist won't make money off of this release correct? You named DBSTF as one of the biggest in the current scene. That would give any other producer alot more recognition and advertisement if they were featured in one of these compilations. Oh and I'm pretty sure they had to pay some form of fee to use these tracks in a compilation.
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Postby Double-T » 06 Jan 2011, 00:18

Martin:Relevancy? Why would they call it that lol?

It was just an example ^^
Also, you claim that another artist won't make money off of this release correct? You named DBSTF as one of the biggest in the current scene. That would give any other producer alot more recognition and advertisement if they were featured in one of these compilations. Oh and I'm pretty sure they had to pay some form of fee to use these tracks in a compilation.

Think so too, but everybody seems to think I'm kind of a hater of this compilation. Not at all, I'll prolly buy it, my point is just that this is money buisness ^:/ nothing more, nothing less..
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Postby Martin » 06 Jan 2011, 04:33

Double-T:
Martin:Relevancy? Why would they call it that lol?

It was just an example ^^
Also, you claim that another artist won't make money off of this release correct? You named DBSTF as one of the biggest in the current scene. That would give any other producer alot more recognition and advertisement if they were featured in one of these compilations. Oh and I'm pretty sure they had to pay some form of fee to use these tracks in a compilation.

Think so too, but everybody seems to think I'm kind of a hater of this compilation. Not at all, I'll prolly buy it, my point is just that this is money buisness ^:/ nothing more, nothing less..

Haha I'm not claiming you to be a hater or anything, fair enough if you will purchase this, I wouldn't since I hate this type of sound. But when people go "this sucks" or "Scantraxx lol", and they're asked why most just pull a half baked reason. Nothing personal of course. :p :+
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Postby VTraxx » 07 Jan 2011, 21:20

Recess also release this cd: CLICK ;)
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Postby Double-T » 07 Jan 2011, 23:22

Perfect thanks ! :)
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Postby divadro102 » 11 Jan 2011, 06:08

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Postby BVR » 14 Jan 2011, 00:35

looks goodm wonder if it will be available at xqlusive
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