Tilt ‎– Butterfly

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Sam3117 Tilt Butterfly(2x12", Promo) Perfecto Sam3117 UK 1998 Sell This Version
0-43892 Tilt Butterfly / Rendezvous(12") Kinetic Records 0-43892 US 1997 Sell This Version
PERF154T Tilt feat. Zee* Tilt feat. Zee* - Butterfly(12") Perfecto PERF154T UK 1998 Sell This Version
PERF154CD1 Tilt Feat. Zee* Tilt Feat. Zee* - Butterfly(CD, Single, CD1) Perfecto PERF154CD1 UK 1998 Sell This Version
PERF154CD2 Tilt Feat. Zee* Tilt Feat. Zee* - Butterfly(CD, Single, CD2) Perfecto PERF154CD2 UK 1998 Sell This Version
LOST070 Tilt Butterfly(5xFile, MP3, 320) Lost Language LOST070 UK 2007
LOST070 Tilt Butterfly(5xFile, WAV) Lost Language LOST070 UK 2007
LOST070LCD Tilt Butterfly(CDr, Ltd) Lost Language LOST070LCD UK 2007 Sell This Version

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smuttysy

smuttysy

July 12, 2010
referencing Butterfly, 12", PERF154T
Rendezvous was remade a year later with the addition of vocals and retitled "Invisible"
oxid_19

oxid_19

November 30, 2009
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Butterfly, CD, Single, CD1, PERF154CD1

in my personal opinion the Butterfly radio version is one of Tilt's finest work. great vocals, melody, bass- and piano line all driven and mixed in perfection. what's make this version even special for me is that an instrumental sample i know very well from "Grace - Not Over Yet", is present throughout the song but especially in the chorus parts. love it.
tonymasud

tonymasud

September 18, 2009
referencing Butterfly, CD, Single, CD1, PERF154CD1
'Butterfly' is a crisp example of the cracking trancers Graham, Parks & Wilson used to pop out in their heyday. It has a great drive, nice bassline and razor sharp production. However, this is all spoiled by Zee Cowling's terrible vocals. The real surpise on this is the b-side.

'The Phantom' is drum & bass flirting track and when I first heard this i didn't think much of it. It sits between a juxtaposed position between the style of trance Tilt was outputting and nuskool breaks which Parks & Wilson would be do more of later on. It did however grow on me a lot when i heard it again a few years later. The piece itself is a driving piece of music with a dirty breakbeat and a low subby bassline. Synthtwitters & some dark pads back up a synthy guitarplucked as the main lead. The track is criminally overlooked in my opinion.
zangief_pilam

zangief_pilam

June 30, 2003
referencing Butterfly / Rendezvous, 12", 0-43892
I really had to say it--the B-side is probably my one most favorite record of all times, just recently got this single and I'm happy! It's sheer of melody, build up and energy--just like you would think a PvD and Tilt collaboration to be... Hope I'll get to hear it live one day.