D-Shake ‎– Yaaaaaaaaaah (Freestyle Club Mix) / Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now)

Label:
Go Bang! Records ‎– BANG 003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Packaged in a die-cut black generic sleeve.
Sticker on sleeve announces:
D SHAKE RAVING FREESTYLE YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

Engineered at Kaapstudios.

℗ 1990 Go Bang! Records
Made in Holland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 08-030033-20-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side AA): 08-030033-20-2
  • Pressing Plant ID (Sleeve sticker): 08-030033-20
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): BANG 002 08-3002̶2̶33-20-1A 1 TORSO 12163A HCP872408
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): BANG 002 08-3002̶2̶33-20-1B 1 TORSO 12163B HCP872408

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ESU 1983-1 D-Shake Techno Trance '96(12") ESP-SUN Records ESU 1983-1 US 1996 Sell This Version
BANG 003 DJ D-Shake Yaaah / Techno Trance(12", Promo) Go Bang! Records BANG 003 DJ Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
656 219 3 D-Shake Yaaah(CD, Mini, Car) CBS 656 219 3 France 1990 Sell This Version
GO 1949 6 D-Shake Techno Trance / Yaaaaah ('96 Remixes)(2x12") Go Bang! Records GO 1949 6 Netherlands 1996 Sell This Version
LOC 31 D-Shake Yaaaah(12", TP) Logic Records LOC 31 Germany 1990 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 8 Reviews

Add Review

laughing-gor

laughing-gor

May 19, 2018
edited 4 months ago

So, it's 1990. I walk into Crash! Records in Leeds (a more or less weekly excursion for me at the time), and I ask the assistant if they have any good new vinyl.

So she hands me a pile of new stuff, including a few local tunes.

But I wasn't familiar with this label yet, so I asked "Is it bleepy?"*** - the girl behind the counter replied "haha, no, but it's really good".

All of a sudden, all that New York Garage and Chicago House seemed completely irrelevant and dated.

28 years later, and this record still means as much to me as it did nearly 30 (!) years ago.

As others have mentioned, a complete game-changer.

Thankfully, useless narcissistic bearded hipsters clearly don't know about it, as it still goes for hardly anything at all!

Fortunately, I'm one of those people who know the difference between value and price - and this one's better value than Tesco Value, that's for sure :)

*** well, it was 1990. lol
8892sales

8892sales

February 11, 2018
edited 7 months ago

27 years - that's right. Actually (this comment written 11/02/2018) nearly 28 years and counting as it was first released circa very early spring 1990! And Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now) still sounds absolutely amazing. Every time I listen to this track I get severe goose bumps on overdrive. In fact, without listening to it, just by thinking about it I feel excitement. Real game changer for the times this was without question.
chapinozo

chapinozo

October 14, 2013
90's Souvenir L Garnier = MAXXIMUM
bobby100

bobby100

April 25, 2013
this monster was rockin dancefloors all over the uk at the time..MASSIVE...
Handsonrecords.co.uk

Handsonrecords.co.uk

September 21, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
Listened to this in 1990 and hadn't heard anything else like it . It was one of the tunes that got us hooked onto early techno / trance and another track that has stood the test of time. Still been dropped today by DJs and getting a great reaction . Go Bang was such a great label back then , putting out lots of classic tunes that still sound good . Even the new Detox stuff isn't bad which has evolved from this label. Join us on our other page if your into this sort of music and era @ http://facebook.com/weloveoldskool
paulo_m

paulo_m

August 21, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

First heard this at Slam 2 In The Park 1990 and it nearly took off the roof. Picked up a 2nd hand copy recently and it still sounds very fresh. Love the way that techno producers at that time used vocal samples so effectively. So much better than a lot of the boring minimal music out there these days.
Jav

Jav

March 9, 2003
At the time of release, 'Techno Trance' was as The hardest track I had heard. A repetative bassline, heavy kick drum, looped riff and 'whoo - c'mon sample'. Still sends shivers through my spine when I hear it!