Beam vs. Cyrus ‎– Thunder In Paradise - Part II

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EMI Electrola ‎– 7243 8 89214 6 6
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Printed in E.U.
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  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 00542
  • Barcode (String): 7 24388 92146 6
  • Barcode (Text): 724388921466
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 889 214 6 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 889 214 6 - B1
  • Other (Catalog Number - UK): UK: 889 2146
  • Price Code (France): F: PM 211

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0-7243-8 89273-2-1, 7243 8 89273 2 1, 887 3112 Beam vs. Cyrus Thunder In Paradise(CD, Maxi, Copy Prot.) EMI Electrola, EMI Electrola, EMI Electrola 0-7243-8 89273-2-1, 7243 8 89273 2 1, 887 3112 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
7243 8 89448 6 1 Beam vs. Cyrus Thunder In Paradise(12") Dance Factory (2) 7243 8 89448 6 1 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
7243 8 88974 6 4 Beam vs. Cyrus Thunder In Paradise(12") EMI Electrola 7243 8 88974 6 4 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
BEAM VS CYRUS Beam vs. Cyrus Thunder In Paradise(12", Promo, W/Lbl) EMI Electrola BEAM VS CYRUS Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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discogsharry

discogsharry

July 14, 2018

one of frank's finest moments in the 6 years or so since he hit us with his first decent tune (U) I am not a big fan very long build ups in the main breakdowns of some of his tunes, but on this tune it works beautifully...and the actual tune is hard as fuck, not the big melody so much as we are used to with his tunes...he lost all direction around 2003, and with the exception of L & FM i have not bought a scot project tune after that time...his defining moments with his many tunes and remixes as scot project & arome (like fire wire/alphascan/freedom of expression etc) i have many happy vinyls sitting in my dj boxes of mr zenker's...
only the decent good ones tho, the druck stuff etc - Oh Dear...V Bad) a good producer, who had classic moments and left his mark until 20003/4 when the ''trance/hardstyle'' scene went shit...even Uberdruck and all the rest of them either went quiet or like scot, went with the ''fashion'' of techtrancey kinda stuff...actual hardtrance died in 97ish...then it was just trance, or clubtrance as i call it til 99ish, then hardtrance came back witha bang with the big basslines etc and thats when the likes of Uberdruck/Trance Generators came along...all good, then 2001ish it went mostly hardstyle with the Italians firmly in control for the next couple of years, but ofcourse then became repetative, as anything will and i got out of it late 2003 and concentrated on collecting proper hardtrance from the mid 90s and the only still viable/buyable style, that still is releasing good tunes
(acid techno) NOT x-trax/d-jax acid stuff, i'm talkin, as it was at the time, before becoming much more globalwide LONDON acid techno labels like StayupForever/Cluster/Smitten etc that started up straight outta London and gradually all thru the world...and even tho i only play vinyl when i occasionally DJ these days (I'm much more of a collector now) it is the only form of hard dance music that has stayed true to its roots and not went shite like trance/hardtrance did in the early-mid 2000s but unfortunately because of the digital era it is costly and risky to be releasing stuff on vinyl these days so unfortunately the acid techno scene only has the odd decent release here and there, but saying that - they are still sticking toi the realism and fun of vinyl and still making presses so i always appreciate them for that...i just wish it was back in the 900's...knowing what i know now...i was not quite able to afford to DJ back then as partying was the priority however, thats why im still a coillector...mostly oldskool 90s acditechno/hardtrance and hardcore/hardcoretechno...
pavofavo

pavofavo

April 11, 2018
edited 7 months ago

The best producer for the years 1999 - 2004 as you ask me. SCOT PROJECT*****This remix is incredible.
Jarren

Jarren

September 8, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Incredible remix by Scot Project, right up there with his classic Hard Trance anthems.

2000 really saw the beginning of Scot Project transforming the sound, from acid-based to the massive breakdown / huge buildup formula.

It works so well! Great, euphoric music that is a guaranteed floor-filler.

Of course, times change and Hard Trance is no longer in fashion. But it will get a revival, mark my words.