To make a long, long story short: this record was meant to be released a year ago on Nitsa - the label and also one of the world's most wonderful clubs based in Barcelona. But due to thousands of mishaps and blows, this record has never been released so far, apart from various promos mercilessly hammered by their lucky owners. Ferenc is Nitsa's resident DJ Fra and his co-partner Autan, both sharing a mutual passion for early-90ies Brooklyn bass, also called hardcore, with releases on labels like Nu Groove, City or Bonebreaks and produced by Lenny Dee, Joey Beltram, How & Little and the scuffproof Frankie Bones. 'Yes Sir, I Can Hardcore' is meant to be a homage to the era when hardcore was not yet gabber and simply was the most intensive form of house music. Michael Mayer - also one of the biggest fans of Nu Groove hardcore - has been made weak with a number of drinks while DJing at Nitsa club (where he is regular guest-DJ) and has put on his remixing machine. The result may be called insane hardcorediscohouse and it just got licensed for the busy Tigersushi collective's new How To Kill The DJ compilation. That's all for now. Get your clothes off and put your hands in the air!