Not part of the official series, this was a “what might have been” release taken from a concept mix Anabolic Frolic recorded earlier. It was given out free as a bonus for all ticket buyers of the 10-year Hullabaloo Reunion party in 2007. Moonshine Music had been out of business for several years, and Anabolic Frolic had retired from promoting raves for 2 years, so this was an un-official release (hence the “Lost” mix). It was never released officially or distributed to stores or online outside of some extra copies made available on Anabolic Frolic’s store along with live recordings, DVDs and other merch from the event.
Samojlenko was born in Ottawa , Canada in 1974 and was raised by his grandmother. He first started being interested in Happy Hardcore upon listening to a randomly chosen UK import mixed tape at the now defunct rave shop X-static in 1995. He taught himself to DJ on a pair of used turntables bought from a pawnshop for $ 100. It was the only way he could listen to the music he loved in Toronto (or anywhere in North America then), mainly because he didn't go to raves at the time. Frolic began importing and re-selling Happy Hardcore vinyl from the UK.