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Like many youngsters those days, Division X started with FastTracker way back in 1995. Inspired by the now infamous Don Diablo he also started to buy vinyl. Many tracks were produced under the alias OddWorld and placed on trackergroups like TraxInSpace and his own trackergroup: Oddworld-Records.
After the hardcore scene almost died due to the overkill of commercial happy-hardcore tracks, he tried to improve his skills and finally got his hands on some new software: Reason.
Now was the time to make a new start and try to lift his producing skills to a higher level. At this point Masters of Hardcore did very well and revived the hardcore scene. The first demo was send to Masters of Hardcore and after a while the track "It Ain't Over" was placed on the Masters of Hardcore XI compilation cd in 2002.
Several tracks followed and he teamed up with Re-Style and Nostal-G for some tracks. In the meanwhile hardstyle was making the crowds go crazy, and a hardstyletrack was produced as an anthem for some local parties, just for the fun of it. The reactions where better than expected and after a while the first Mindhacker vinyl was released on Audio Attack. The label was named after the Audio Attack parties in the wellknown Dutch club "De Hemkade" in Zaandam.