Cybordelics ‎– Nighthorse

Harthouse ‎– HH 026
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Adventures Of Dama 8:30
B First Trip 5:00



Published by Moonquake/Musik-Edition Discoton
Vocal samples on Adventures Of Dama are taken from Julie Khaner
in the film "Videodrome".

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH 026 Cybordelics Nighthorse(12", Promo) Harthouse HH 026 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
HART UK14 Cybordelics Nighthorse(12", W/Lbl) Harthouse U.K. HART UK14 UK 1993 Sell This Version
HARTUK14 Cybordelics Nighthorse(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Harthouse U.K. HARTUK14 UK 1993 Sell This Version
HART UK14 Cybordelics Nighthorse(12") Harthouse U.K. HART UK14 UK 1993 Sell This Version


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December 18, 2014
"This track exists at the very upper echelons of the Harthouse pantheon"

Never have truer words been spoken.

Adventures of Dama is a truly awesome piece of music. I First heard this back in 94 and it's still one of my favourite tracks. It's an excellently composed piece with the perfect mix of uplifting trance sounds, thumbing beats and trippy acid.

Anyone who's heard it will surely never forget the raw energy and exhilaration, really putting the current crop of uplifting trance rubbish into context.

Anyone compiling and list of the top 10 Harthouse releases (an impossible task?) would surly have to include this monster.



September 21, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

In Huli mythology, dama are invisible deities which control the weather and attack people causing illness, sterility or death. Most of them can also bring good fortune, but a small minority are completely evil.

'Adventures Of Dama' will bring any listener the good fortune of having heard it, but of course being a Harthouse record, it's at least a little bit evil!

It is the type of track that has Harthouse indelibly stamped all over it. It starts off with futuristic thundering whooshes and progresses to a typically uncomfortable bumpy Harthouse groove, fused with heavy cutting acid. The ‘light relief’ is provided by a tripomatic almost child-like melody, before the track winds down with the repeated spoken vocal.

This track exists at the very upper echelons of the Harthouse pantheon.


May 27, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is a tune which spans through a wide range of musical taste. It is a well excepted tune from the early tecno scene also the hard trance scene. The tune "Adventures of Dama" was regulary played at the techno club "orbit" also at the legendary rave "Dizstruxshon". Played regulary by the tecno legend Sven Vath also by rave legend "Dj M zone"

The tune starts off with a nice melody which breaks out to a steady stomping tune. The tune also samples a voice which is sped up at the start ,but by the end of the tune slows down to reveal the sentence "ease your self conciousness". A well known tune which can be easily overlooked.