Subliminal Aurra ‎– Ease The Pressure

XL Recordings ‎– XLT-8
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Ease The Pressure (Mental Mix) 5:05
A2 No Stoppin' (Zanzibar Mix) 4:55
A3 I Can't Understand (Metro Mix) 4:15
B1 Ease The Pressure (Hypnotic Trance Mix) 9:07
B2 Ease The Pressure (Ambient Mix) 1:56
B3 Ease The Pressure (State Of Mind Mix) 4:54



Some sample sources, uncredited:
A1: "The Theme" by Unique 3
B1 to B3: "The Dream is Always the Same" by Tangerine Dream, from the Risky Business soundtrack

Info on both labels and sleeve reverse:
Engineered at NCP Studios, NYC.
Made in England
℗ XL-Recordings 1990
© Fourth Floor 1990

Info on both labels:
Published by JSE/Northcott Music
Licensed from Fourth Floor Records, U.S.A.

Info on side A label and sleeve reverse:
Special thanx to Tony Humphries, Frankie Bones, Chris Domingo for the Metro samples & Anita

Info exclusive to sleeve reverse:
Special thanx to Orb, KLF, 7 Ate 9
JSE / Northcott Music
Licensed from Fourth Floor Records, USA

Info exclusive to side B label:
Special thanx to ORB.KLF 7 ATE 9

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012093 400860
  • Matrix / Runout: XLT 8 A2 EXCHANGE DAMONT I
  • Matrix / Runout: XLT 8 B1 — DAMONT I

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February 10, 2017
This track is one of those gems. You all know what I'm talking about... We've all had a taste of that place we all like so much. Ease the pressure.....use your Alpha state.


March 22, 2008

Wow, I can´t believe that there´s no comment for this masterpiece of House music. Being released in 1990 the tunes are well ahead of its time. The hot spot track for me is "Ease the pressure (Hypnotic Trance Mix)". This is really one of the deepest house cuts of 1990 and you can say that the track really was outstanding back then and of course still is! Being in the same vein like "Fall Into a Trance" or "The Mist (Fallout Mix) this is sheer "nu groove ambient house" bizness. It seems that Hardcore/Jungle producer "Q-Project" also liked the record a lot because he sampled the first lines of the deep and floating melody of "Ease the pressure (Ambient Mix) and took it for his "Deep Concentration" release which was released in 1994. Sheer class! I wish there would be more house tracks like this!