Review: Nitrogenetics – Pledge of Resistance (Gabber Hardcore)

By Drew Wilson

This review covers the gabber hardcore track Nitrogenetics – Pledge of Resistance.

This particular track was released in 2008 along with a remix and the track “my enemy”.

The track starts off with some chopped vocal samples, but eventually gets to a larger sample that was taken from the poem: Saul Williams – Not In Our Name. The original poem was written mostly as a response to the George W. Bush administration. The portions taken from the poem in this track retain a lot of those criticisms.

While a large portion of the track does revolve around the poem, there is a lot also going on this track that makes this worth listening to. There’s a good melody in this track as well as a number of good electronic synths and choir sounds going on.

Personally, I thought this was a great track. The way it was produced makes it worth listening to. It doesn’t hinge on one really good sample even though there is a larger one found in here – though the poem samples did make this track quite an interesting one. It has a good melody and has a good production value. A thumbs up from me.

Score
8/10

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85



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