Sunday Club ‎– Paladian Dawn

Stress Records ‎– 12 STR 58
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Paladian Dawn
Written-By – L.Newman*, M.Mitchell*, M.Wells*, S.King*
B1 Altered State 11:21
B2 Archive Nova 6:41

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sample from GTO 'Listen To The Rhythm Flow' courtesy of React Records

Recorded at Aspect of 1 Studio, Jersey

A-side samples "Listen To The Rhythm Flow" by GTO.

Track A differs from this version.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): - DAMONT MASTERPIECE . MILES. 12 STR 58 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): - DAMONT 12 STR 58 B1

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GR 3709 Sunday Club Paladian Dawn(12") Groovy Records GR 3709 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
12 STR 58 Sunday Club Paladian Dawn(12", Promo) Stress Records 12 STR 58 UK 1995 Sell This Version
DGR 054 Sunday Club Paladian Dawn(12", EP) Dangerous DGR 054 Italy 1996 Sell This Version


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March 17, 2017
Altered State uses a voice sample from The Peppermint Lounge - Lemon Project .


October 7, 2015
20 years on and still there is nothing to beat this track. Even listening to it at home brings back the feeling of absolute euphoria dancing to this in a sweaty, dingy club in Newcastle Upon Tyne!


January 14, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Paladian Dawn is such a tune!!! Builds and builds, and then the vocal comes creeping in and just makes your hair stand on end. Big statement this, but quite possibly one of the finest tracks ever made in my opinion. I never ever tire of hearing this tune, and every time it has the same effect.


November 14, 2014
Every track is excellent.


July 4, 2012

On "Paladian Dawn", the vocal samples come from G.T.O.'s classic 1991 track "Listen To The Rhythm Flow" and is possibly the best track on the vinyl.


December 21, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

'Paladian Dawn' dawn hails from the good old days of the progressive house / epic trance cross over and stands shoulder to shoulder with the very best that the likes of BT, Sasha, and Way Out West released back in the mid 1990s.

All the epic staples are there, i.e. choral gothic vocals, soaring riffs, chugging base line, and Pink Floyd style background atmospherics aplenty. What really sets this apart though is this tracks high 'Om' factor. In fact you can quite literally sit their with your legs crossed like a monk merrily chanting 'Om' all the way through until you fall into a state of hypnosis and ascend to trance heaven. Also look out for the outro which just about hints at another piano led tune.

'Paladian Dawn' is the sort of track that stands out miles from all else on the dance floor to such an extent that you'll probably be left scratching your head whether to play it at the very start or right at the end of a set. It also makes for great spiritual home listening as well.