Happy Hardcore

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Happy Hardcore
Stylistic originsRave, Acid house, Trance, Bouncy techno, Gabber, UK Hardcore, Eurodance Hardcore Breakbeat
Cultural originsEarly 1990s United Kingdom, United States, The Netherlands, Germany, Australia
Typical instrumentsSynthesizer - Drum machine - Sequencer - Keyboard - Sampler
Mainstream popularitymid 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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