Artist: Scott Brown
Composition/Arrangement: Scott Brown
Album: Hellbound (1993)
First Music Game Appearance: beatmania IIDX 11 IIDX RED CS
Other Music Game Appearances: None.
Song Connections / Remixes
- The "Don't just stand, go berzerk" vocal sample heard in Go Berzerk is taken from the rap song Can't Help Myself, by 2 Brothers On The 4th Floor.
- The beatmania IIDX version of Go Berzerk is slightly re-arranged from the original version of the song, titled Go Bezerk, which can be found as the B-side of Scott Brown's 1993 single Hellbound (released under his Lord of Hardcore alias).
- An extended version of the beatmania IIDX version of Go Berzerk, titled Go Berzerk (Scott Brown Beatmania Remix), was released by Scott Brown's Evolution label (a sublabel of Evolution Records). Later releases shorten the title to simply Go Berzerk (Scott Brown Remix).
- Go Berzerk is the only new CS song in beatmania IIDX 11 IIDX RED CS to not appear in an arcade version of beatmania IIDX (due to being a license).
- At the time of its release, Go Berzerk's Double ANOTHER chart had the third highest notecount of any beatmania IIDX chart with 1972 notes, only 28 behind the then current record holders 冥 and 嘆きの樹's 2000 notes.
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Difficulty & Notecounts
beatmania IIDX difficulty rated from 1 to 8+ in 11 IIDX RED.
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|beatmania IIDX 11 IIDX RED CS||-||5||8+||8+||-||5||8+||8+||-|