Illuminatae ‎– Tremora Del Terra

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That Side
Tremora Del Terra 7:39
This Side
Dreammer (Club) 4:45
Dreammer (Acid) 4:36

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Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XVX•I Illuminatae Tremora Del Terra(12") XVX XVX•I UK 1993 Sell This Version
TTR 1009 Illuminatae Tremora Del Terra (Inclusive Remix)(12") Two Thumbs TTR 1009 Belgium 1993 Sell This Version
XVX1 Illuminatae Tremora Del Terra(File, WAV, RE) Edge Records XVX1 UK Unknown

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House_Of_90_s

House_Of_90_s

September 27, 2019
referencing Tremora Del Terra, 12", XVX•I
My copy also has a white label with black ink, but my copy does not have the 'thank you' notes/credits. so is different from this one in the picture here. (Oh and ehh.. What a tune.. last time i heard it: last saturday Dave Randall tedmond94 Dance Movement, Bristol)
breaksguy

breaksguy

June 29, 2019
referencing Tremora Del Terra (Inclusive Remix), 12", TTR 1009
Early 90's rave ANTHEM. You could not go to a rave and miss this. And on a big system, in a big hall, man, it was HUGE!
SeriousTechno

SeriousTechno

January 27, 2018
referencing Tremora Del Terra, 12", XVX•I

I recall hearing this played by Billy Nasty back in the day at Club UK. Tracking down tunes then was a lot harder than it is today so I was proper happy when I found this. Been playing it for years and still sounds great 25 years later... Won't be selling this one!
Jarren

Jarren

October 15, 2017
referencing Tremora Del Terra, 12", XVX•I

Tremora Del Terra, it's one of those tracks. Once you hear it, you never forget it.

Fantastic production, and intense tension.
Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

August 17, 2016
referencing Tremora Del Terra, 12", XVX•I
Can anyone confirm if there was a run of these pressed with audio issues? On my copy, as soon as the drums come in the audio massively increases in volume and pans L/R rapidly before settling down.
Flatlife.Australia

Flatlife.Australia

August 29, 2010
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Tremora Del Terra, 12", XVX•I

One of the biggest underground rave anthems of the early 90's produced by Gordon Matthewman (Dj Edge) and Doug Osbourne (Sourmash). The first release on XVX records became a massive hit on dancefloors worldwide with it's pounding, eerie, and acidic sound and massive rave styled synths stabs. It was licensed to a lot of well known compilations including the classic 'Reactivate' series from React Records. It spawned three remixes and still remains a very saught after rave classic to this day.