Label:Tsunami – TSU 6009
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM



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Written and produced for Black Hole Records & Dance Therapy Productions
DJ Tiësto appears courtesy of Black Hole Records
Published by Limited Publishing / Dancecave Publishing (Basart Music Group)
Tsunami is a division of Purple Eye Productions
℗ & © 1999 Tsunami
Made in Holland
Distributed by Moxmusic

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 713843 060095
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8713843060095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 08 40494 20 1A1 TSU 6009
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 08 40494 20 1B1 TSU 6009
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Other Versions (5 of 34)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Gouryella (Acetate, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Stereo)Not On LabelnoneUK1998
Gouryella (CD, Single)Ultra Violet RecordingsPDJ078DSAustralia & New Zealand1999
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Gouryella (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)Code Blue, Code BlueBlu001t1, 3984 27800 0UK1999
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Gouryella - The Remixes (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)TsunamiTSU 6010Netherlands1999
Recently Edited
Gouryella (CD, Single)Code Blue, Code BlueBlu001cd, 3984277982UK1999



  • AcidsmileZz's avatar
    Edited 2 years ago
    In 2019 gouryella is the same important jewel in crown for trance music like stairway to heaven for rock.Peace
    • dashoost34's avatar
      I started clubbing in 1992 at the age of 17 and it was a truly amazing and awesome experience, the music produced had such a majestic quality and it really shook my soul, but my journey carried me thru 99 and into the new millennium. I was out on a very sweaty night back January 1999 when i first heard Gouryella and the experience was just as magical and profound. While trance did essentially de-evolve towards the end of the 90s into a commercial mess of cookie cutter sounds and productions, there were still many a great time to be had. Gouryella was meant to give cheap thrills over the course of 10 min and while it isn't on par with Beethoven or Bach, it still offered thrills nonetheless.
      • Monkfish2's avatar
        OK, fair enough. I wasn't trying to convince you it's a good record, I don't care whether you like it or not, honest. As to who the trendy snobs who liked the music when it came out and would now claim not to (or indeed claim not to even just ten years ago, never mind now) read some back issues of Mixmag magazine, you'll find a few there.

        I just mentioned Jam and Spoon because you mentioned Age of Love, I know their mixes aren't the original but they're usually the ones people enthuse about, aren't they? As far as first trance records, what about the KLF Pure Trance series?
        • jancito303's avatar
          Trance was good from 1991 to 1994 (if that). Then it went downhill and those that went clubbing during the absolutely amazing 1992 year know exactly what I am talking about.
          The A side is a typical example of pastiche-run-of-the-mill trance shite.
          Now the B side is actually passable.
          • djakanski
            The year of Trance 1999, this is most favorite treasured tune ever, and the tune that got me into Trance.

            First heard this on Dave Pearce's Dance Anthems Radio 1 show, and then straight away brought this on Vinyl & CD, Memories.

            A true classic Ferry & Tiesto production. 10/10!!!

            • timworth's avatar
              Superb first entry of the Gouryella project. Epic trance with a very atmospheric melody. A different version of this track can be found on Magik 3 mixcd by Tiesto, there its called Tiesto ft Sidewinder (demo version?)

              What always intrigued me is the build-up of this track (before main melody kicks in). It sounds soo similar to VDM - Night Express 2000. Check it out if you got the chance.

              Gorella is pretty nice as well, banging tech stef..
              • bigslyder's avatar
                Absolutely flawless example of classic epic trance. This is a must own for anyone that enjoys this kind of music. 5/5
                • djinsomnia's avatar
                  Such a great track, This is a track that I will always love because it just holds alot of nostalgic value for me!

                  also when I saw Ferry Corsten play in Melbourne, australia last year i was lucky enough to get him to play MY copy of this for his encore in his set.

                  I also later found out that he mentioned it on a website.

                  "Last but not the least Melbourne was a good way to end the tour…It was a warm scene and I’m glad one guy gave me the Gouryella track to sign…I didn’t bring a copy in my record bag so thanks to the guy who gave it to me if you are reading this note. It was great song to play as an encore." - Ferry Corsten


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