Sons Of Aliens ‎– In Love E.P.

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Terror Traxx ‎– TT 18
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Purple Marbled
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A1 In Love With You 5:33
A2 Wicked Games 4:24
B1 Wagga Wagga 5:40
B2 So F...ing What!
Guitar [Guitar Jams] – Mark (124)
4:51

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Original pressing on purple vinyl.

Recorded at Scum Studios.
Thanks to Mark 4 Guitar Jams on Track 4.
Published by Warner-Basart.

Distribution: Midtown Distribution.

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  • Rights Society: BIEM-STEMRA

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TT 18 Sons Of Aliens In Love E.P.(12", EP, Gre) Terror Traxx TT 18 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
TT 18 Sons Of Aliens In Love E.P.(12", EP, Whi) Terror Traxx TT 18 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
TT 18 Sons Of Aliens In Love E.P.(12", EP, Tan) Terror Traxx TT 18 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
TT 18 Sons Of Aliens In Love E.P.(12", EP, Gre) Terror Traxx TT 18 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version

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Casketkrusher

Casketkrusher

August 6, 2013

So F...ing What! is definitely the best track on this 12". A great blasting track!
chewi

chewi

November 7, 2007
Totally agree with the Jayster, there are some big gabba names out there playing trance, hard house etc but they are just one of many that jump on the bandwagon of what is in fashion at the time.

I still play hardcore but also play hard house etc as if you are a real deejay you will find the producers that are good at their jobs and the labels that try and keep it real.

These guys are professional and the term means to work at the highest level (for money). I certainly dont go to my work for free so why should they, even if they are playing cheesy s@*+e that they used to loathe.

As for Ferry Corsten he is still producing great songs and if you buy any of his stuff there are a lot of remixes which are hardcore-esque and still banging.
Jayfive

Jayfive

October 22, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
Its worth noting that Ferry Corsten (and several other dutch producer who at one time or another produced gabber) conveniently forget to mention it on their websites.
Obviously Ferry is too embarassed to mention his releases on Terror Traxx (good though they all were) lest the trance fans point and laugh.