Happy Hardcore

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Happy Hardcore
Stylistic origins Rave, Acid house, Trance, Bouncy techno, Gabber, UK Hardcore, Eurodance Hardcore Breakbeat
Cultural origins Early 1990s United Kingdom, United States, The Netherlands, Germany, Australia
Typical instruments Synthesizer - Drum machine - Sequencer - Keyboard - Sampler
Mainstream popularity mid 1990s
Subgenres
UK Hardcore, Freeform, Nightcore
Fusion genres
none
Other topics
Electronic musical instrumentComputer music

Happy Hardcore is a type of dance music. It has a very fast tempo (usually around 160–180 BPM). It also normally has solo vocals.

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