The Piano, an awesome instrument that has the power to evoke extreme euphoria in the right hands\u2026literally! In the early 90's all you needed was a synth (such as the epic Korg M1), a drum machine and maybe an uplifting lyric or two and you had a potential rave hit on your hands. From Warehouses to Walkmans Whether you were mashed in a field or warehouse somewhere or a bedroom raver sitting at the back of a school bus sharing headphones from your Walkman with your mates or cruising in your car with a cut up parcel shelf full of 6x9\u2019s and a boot full of bass bins these tunes were awesome! Back to the 90's If you were in that 12-24 sweet spot between '90-'93 then this will be a treat for you. Take a look back with Retroheadz at the top early 90's piano rave anthems that even today make you want to say, stuff it, get up, raise your hands in the air and go on a mission to rave land once again. If you were a 90\u2019s kid\/teenager\/adult the likelihood of doing that again might be a bit hard to do, however we can take a break from our current lives and go back one more time. Overground, Underground These are not all underground tracks, these were the tracks that were charting as well as smashing it at raves and clubs up and down the land, legal or otherwise. These tracks invigorated and energised a generation\u2026the rave generation! Get ready for euphoria! Let's keep this vibe alive! Utah Saints \u2013 Something Good \ufeff \u2018What Can You Do For Me\u2019 was an amazing song with its Eurythmics lyrics on loop, so how did Utah Saints beat it, well they took Kate Bush\u2019s Cloudbusting song from 1985 and sampled and raved it up good and proper. The summer of \u201992 was made even better with this song blasting out of cars, clubs and bedroom windows across the land. It had a decent remix back in 2008 as well and a fun music video although its nowhere near as good as the original but it did have a brilliant music video. Urban Hype \u2013 Trip to Trumpton Sampling the classic 70\u2019s kids TV series, Trumpton and throwing some hardcore breaks over the top of it was brilliant fun. However, it wasn\u2019t until the euphoric breakdown with the epic pads and the piano kicks in that you truly get to appreciate this epic track. 'I feel the heat, I want your bodyyyy!!!' Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era \u2013 Far Out This Kids Gonna Be Farout! What\u2019s not to love about this epic anthem and a half, great piano and awesome scratching makes this a must have in this roundup of piano classics. It also has a wicked music video of ravers just having fun because that's what it was all about! Urban Hype \u2013 The Feeling Urban Hype are back again in our roundup and rightly so. The Feeling is an absolute corker of a track from start to finish. Epic, euphoric and a reminder of the positive party energy this generation had and as with many rave tracks of the time it came with an equally artistic and thought provoking music video. Opus 3 \u2013 It\u2019s a Fine Day Everything about this track is awesome, it took the eerie 1983 track of the same name by some lady called Jane and turned it on to an instant 90\u2019s classic. It\u2019s timeless and has a right sense of melancholy about it. With that aside its still an absolute corker of an anthem with the piano riff riding along most of the track. Together \u2013 Hardcore Uproar What can I say about this track, its epic and really kicked off my love for Hardcore since I first heard it on The Chart Show on the Dance Chart segment back in June 1990 when I was 10 (yes it\u2019s that good its imprinted on my mind to the exact date!). Everything about it is just amazing and to consider that this is coming up to 30 years old, it still does the job today with epic piano breakdown, melodic beeps and strings accompany the Obi Wan Kenobi Star Wars samples perfectly. This is the whole package and like it says in the song, it's more powerful than you can possibly imagine. Njoi \u2013 Anthem The piano in this anthem compliments the vibe perfectly. Plus the lyrics from Saffron (of Repulika \u2018 Ready to go\u2019 fame) made this a timeless classic and yes if your thinking you\u2019ve heard this somewhere else before, it was featured on one of the radio station on GTA. The Prodigy \u2013 Your Love Where would we be without featuring at least one track from The Prodigy. Each track they released was utterly amazing and had us all hooked. Their first album \u2018Experience\u2019 is still just as epic today as it was back when it first came out and Your Love is just one of many. What a tune and the piano breakdown on it still has it close to 30 years later. Where does time go? The Badman Presents N.D.X \u2013 Higher Than Heaven Both the ROAR mix and the Cat People mix are awesome, however the Cat People version just trumps it even though it\u2019s the B-Side. Both are timeless classics though. Bizarre Inc. \u2013 Such A Feeling This track made it on to Top of the Pops but listen to it, that bass line is unbelievable and the chorus piano breakdown gets literally imprinted on your soul. Damn! We had some amazing tunes back then didn\u2019t we? Praga Khan \u2013 Injected With A Poison Can you get any more RAVE than this track? It was on pretty much every compilation us rave kids could get hold of and the music video was full of full on rave visuals, horns and crowds going for it. This had energy with melody by the bucket load and as its from Belgium had elements of the harder European sound they were putting out back then. When it gets to the breakdown and Jade 4 U\u2019s lyrics kick in it takes you for one heck of a ride. Incidentally, Praga Khan\u2019s earlier hit \u2018Rave Alert\u2019 is just as awesome but we\u2019re giving this one some extra party points as the Hixxy Raver Baby remix in the early 2000\u2019s is still imprinted in our minds and gave this anthem a new lease of life to a new generation of ravers because we all know that... Hardcore never dies! Feeling the nostalgia? Hopefully you are after this and your dormant inner raver has just perked right up. If so, go hunt down and buy these tracks or add them to your playlists and reminisce with old raving buddies and go relive those awesome memories again! Likewise, let us know if we missed some out in the comments below or just add them in for everyone to hear.