Scooter ‎– Vallée De Larmes

Genre:
Style:
Year:
Notes:
Scooter's first release and a cover of the Rene Et Gaston piece, originally penned by DJ Zki and Dobre: René Et Gaston - Vallée De Larmes.

Tracklist

Vallée De Larmes 6:46
Vallée De Larmes (Percapella Version) 3:50
Vallée De Larmes (Re-Incarnation By The Loop! Version) 4:37
Cosmos 6:08

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CLU 6007-0 Scooter Vallée De Larmes(12") Club Tools CLU 6007-0 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
CLU 6007-0 Scooter Vallée De Larmes(12", Whi) Club Tools CLU 6007-0 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
MORE-017 Scooter Vallée De Larmes(12") More Disco MORE-017 Spain 1994 Sell This Version
CLU 6007-5 Scooter Vallée De Larmes(CD, Maxi) Club Tools CLU 6007-5 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
FM 2085 Scooter Vallée De Larmes(12") FM Records FM 2085 Greece Unknown Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 4 Reviews

Add Review

gabba4life

gabba4life

January 16, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Vallée De Larmes, 12", CLU 6007-0
I have heard both the versions from Valee de larmes the one from Scooter and the original from Rene et Gaston and i didn't find differences. In the years that followed Scooter gave us a lot of cover songs but all of them had the touch that made them covers. Anyway....Valee de Larmes is an early trance song, good but somehow melancholic. The true gem in this release is the Cosmos. Pure Scooter trance.
.Anton.

.Anton.

August 2, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Vallée De Larmes, 12", CLU 6007-0

Is there any difference with René et Gaston's Vallée De Larmes wich appears on Fresh Fruit Records 007 ? : https://www.discogs.com/Ren%C3%A9-Et-Gaston-Vall%C3%A9e-De-Larmes/master/134622

To me, it sounds the same...
Jarren

Jarren

April 16, 2011
referencing Vallée De Larmes, CD, Maxi, CLU 6007-5

Forget the weak and limp Vallée De Larmes and head straight to Cosmos.

Pure trance bliss in the typical '94 German style (Sunbeam, Jeyênne, Luxor etc). It's nothing like you'd expect from Scooter, but there actually are quite a few of these hidden trance gems in amongst the MC Baxxter vocal happy hardcore nonsense of early Scooter.

Cosmos was also featured on Scooter's debut album but this is the only version you will get without the interference of crowd samples and MC Baxxter's "performance".