G.T.O.* ‎– Data-Trax: Volume 1



Let It Go 5:43
Chew 'Em Up 5:36
Dub Killer 5:20
Chew 'Em Up (Hard Trance) 6:06

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDREACT40 G.T.O.* Data-Trax: Volume 1(CD, Single) React CDREACT40 UK 1994 Sell This Version
12REACT40 G.T.O.* Data-Trax: Volume 1(12") React 12REACT40 UK 1994 Sell This Version
DFLOW004 G.T.O.* Data-Trax: Volume 1(4xFile, MP3, 320) Dataflow Music DFLOW004 UK 2006


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January 30, 2014
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Data-Trax: Volume 1, 12", 12REACT40
Only track worth mentioning here is Dubkiller. Back to Basics, Leeds basement favourite.
'We try to find it in drugs and sex, we get all mixed up and before we know it... we're destroyed'


September 28, 2011
referencing Data-Trax: Volume 1, CD, Single, CDREACT40

The track 'Chew 'Em Up (Hard Trance)' is the more progressive hardcore(trance) or peaktime rave music version of 'Chew 'Em Up'. GTO did it again like they did with the successful track 'Modulator' and the more straight goin' 'Modulator (Hard Trance)'version = 2 tracks: 1 x more experimental and 1 X straight up-lifting sound the dancer on bigger events goes totally crazy...
It's just GTO. Power.


February 2, 2008
referencing Data-Trax: Volume 1, CD, Single, CDREACT40

Looped samples create a montage of electronic ventures. From infectious tech trance beats to minimal computer dub and hard trance. This is old skool techno at its best. Repetitive vox samples pounded into your head over and over again. "Destroy, Destroy, Destroy!". 4X4 looped beats banging and reverberating in your skull. This is a much evolved techno style than earlier Greater Than One albums and is dancefloor friendly. It is a much mature venture that was sadly short lived.