Gabba Front Berlin, a German hardcore techno band
Gen Fenerbaheliler, a group for supporters of Turkish sports club Fenerbahe S.K.
Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, an American agricultural organization
The Gilbert's Feed Band, a Portuguese rock band
The group consists of Steffen Reinecke, Ralf Schwarzenberger and Stephan Seidel and formed in 1996 after originally meeting up a few years previously in a Berlin nightclub named Bunker.
In keeping with their genre, tracks of theirs frequently have high beats per minute (BPM). Lacrima Mosa Est, for example, has 480 BPM, although over the bass is a contrastingly slow ambient sound. A sample of this track is available in the Speedcore section of Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music.
1997 - GFB - Terror On Earth (CDr, Maximum Speakertrash)
2001 - Gabba Front Berlin - One In Seven (12", Brain Distortion)
2006 - Gabba Front Berlin / Hellseeker - Project: Enigma (12", Darkera)
2006 - Gabba Front Berlin - Emoticons Stole My Face (12", Noistorm)
2007 - GFB vs. Rotello - The Berserk : Reloaded (3.5" Floppy Disk, Enyokern)
2007 - Gabba Front Berlin / Incorrect Segment - We Have Explosive (12", Analphabetik/Restroom)
2008 - ANC & GFB - 50th Floor (12", Restroom)
2009 - GFB vs. Rotello - Evolution (12", Militia)
1999 - Various Artists - Und Gott sprach: (12", United Speedcore Nation)
2000 - Various Artists - Dark Energy Beat (12", Sonority Productions)
2002 - Various Artists - Underground Hardcore (CD, Underground Hardcore)
2003 - Various Artists - Doomsday (10" Pic, Doomsday Rec.)
2003 - Various Artists - Project Germany Famous (2CD, Bassrise)
2004 - Various Artists - Xtreme.core Xcerpt (12", Analphabetik)
2005 - Various Artists - Xtreme.Core II (CD, Noistorm)
2005 - Various Artists - Kill Your Brain (CD, Cerebral Destruction)
2005 - Various Artists - I Hate Trance I (CD, Underground For Ever)
2005 - Various Artists - Tunnel Of Terror (12", Cerebral Destruction)
2006 - Bonehead - Bone Shattering Sounds On Da Battlefield (12", Special Forces)
2006 - Various Artists - Xtreme.Core III (CD, Noistorm)
2006 - Various Artists - Terrornoize Industry 4 (12", Terrornoize Industry)
2006 - Various Artists - The Remix Project (CD, Digital Inferno)
2006 - Various Artists - Not Broken Anymore (12", Cerebral Destruction)
2006 - Various Artists - Xtreme.Core IV (CD, Noistorm)
2007 - Various Artists - 1000% Hardcore 2 (CD, Thorntree)
2007 - Various Artists - Core Meltdown (CD, Braindestruction)
Farmers in the early 1900s formed a Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, which evolved as an indirect result of the establishment of Georgia Extension Service programs. The group paid membership dues to the American Farm Bureau and the 1921 national convention was even held in Atlanta. However, the organization dwindled during the Great Depression.
The current Georgia Farm Bureau was re-formed in 1937 by 50 north Georgia "dirt farmers" who wanted a unified voice in dealing with legislators in both Atlanta and Washington, D.C. That primary mission has not changed and today the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation continues to represent agriculture with a grassroots network of 159 county Farm Bureau organizations. Each county farm bureau has its own by-laws and is led by local officers and a board of directors.