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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2000-2010 To celebrate the start of Teenies (hopefully someone will come up with a better name than this) we look back over the past decade of Nukleuz's CDs, vinyls, releases, history and events ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2009 Kicking off the year Nukleuz unleashed what they considered to be the strongest Hardcore album they had ever put together, Hardcore Nation 2009 with the backing of EMI / Virgin and access ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2008 2008: The final death throes of 12" and CD. We had moved our distribution to Pinnacle, the country's largest independent distributor but by the end of the year that had too gone ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2007 2007: Amato and the final death of vinyl. This was the year that dance music in the UK had one of its greatest disasters. Amato Distribution, ours and most of the major ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2006 2006 was probably the last year of Nukleuz releasing lots of Hard House. The whole scene had contracted into a much smaller fan base and the hey days of Hard House mania ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2005 2005: Rebirth of hardcore. Having joined the company full time in 2004 Dave Louca brought with him a strong affiliation with hardcore, Nukleuz's traditional involvement in the scene and the full to ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2004 This was a year of change. The DJ agency was wound up as most of the DJs went onto other agencies. Many of the original artists had left, setting up their own ...Read More

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Nukleuz: A Decade of Dance Mayhem – Year 2003 A year that saw Nukleuz tie up with Euphoria and Tidy to make the first Extreme Euphoria CD. We have it on good authority that Ministry Of Sound (who bought the Euphoria ...Read More