Hardcore techno  

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Hardcore techno, often referred to as just "hardcore", is a style of electronic music that originated in the early-to-mid-1990s in multiple locations including the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Belgium and the UK. The style is typified by a fast tempo and the rhythmic use of distorted and atonal industrial-like beats and samples.

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