D-Shake ‎– Yaaah / Techno Trance

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Cooltempo ‎– COOLX 213
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Vinyl, 12", Single, 45 RPM
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Notes

On back cover:
Made in England

On labels:
℗ 1990 Go Bang! Records
© 1990 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Chrysalis Records Ltd. are the exclusive licensees for the UK & Eire.
Original sound recording made by Go Bang! Records.
Made in U.K.

The version with "Made in Holland" on labels is here, D-Shake - Yaaah / Techno Trance.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 013136 354461
  • Matrix / Runout (A, etched, '⋀ 2 1' stamped): COOLX 213 A1 ⋀ 2 1 UTOPIA
  • Matrix / Runout (B, etched, '⋀ 0 1' stamped): COOLX 213 B1 ⋀ 0 1

Other Versions (5 of 34) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BANG 003 D-Shake Yaaaaaaaaaah (Freestyle Club Mix) / Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now)(12") Go Bang! Records BANG 003 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
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

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Doontheburn

Doontheburn

April 12, 2018
This is one of the summer tracks of 1990 and got me into the clubscene/rave scene, I remember when I bought it, the same day as the mackenzie a rhythm shot/higher in the sky. These tracks still give me shivers. 1990 for me saw the releases of some extraordinary releases in electronic music 🙌
djrobovw1

djrobovw1

March 26, 2018
edited 5 months ago
This will be forever in my thoughts as probably 1 of the best 1990 techno rave tunes ever made, absolutely amazing B1 side, Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now) every old skool gig should be putting this one on the decks, this is what it was all about. certainly makes me feel like pulling gurning faces, HA HA.
Aubit

Aubit

September 6, 2017
This is where my Techno & Trance journey started in1990. Up until then, it was House & Acid House. I still love it all. But this tune was a game changer. I'll never forget the first time I heard it. Thank you D-Shake!
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 .
bob_nite

bob_nite

August 23, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

If I had to choose one record as my all-time favorite, this would be it. A hardcore warehouse jam, but with a very fierce "gay" disco bassline that will rock any conceivable dancefloor. The song has a looped "yaaaah" refrain that is downright perverse, punctuated by wooh's from the Little Richard school of self-expression. And yet, the track also has a very tuff hip hop edge, thanks to another sample that goes, "Make some noise!," and militant rat-a-tat-tat drum sticks. (So much street edge, in fact, that Kris Bonez of Genaside II once cited it in an interview as inspiration to make his own sample-based dance music.) In my view, the record is total amalgamation of "gay" and "street" elements which works unlike any other. Peerless.