D-Shake ‎– Yaaah / Techno Trance (Remix)

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Cooltempo ‎– COOLXR 213
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Techno Trance (The Next Generation)
Producer, Remix – Count E, LeBeauWritten-By – A. de Mooy*
7:04
AA1 Yaaah (The ORR Some Remix)
Co-producer [Additional Production], Remix – Orr Some Productions*Producer – LeBeau, L. Anemaet*
6:13
AA2 Techno Tranced (Feel The Space)
Bass [Bassline Processing] – Count EProducer, Mixed By – 'Wall Of Sound' LeBeau*
6:45

Sociétés, etc.

Notes

Remixed at Portland Studios.
Thanx to Frankie Bones.

℗ 1990 Go Bang! Records
© 1990 Chrysalis Records Ltd.

Track durations not stated on release.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 013136 354485
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): COOLXR-213-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): COOLXR-213-AA1
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Autres Versions (5 de 35) Tout Afficher

N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
BANG 003 D-Shake Yaaaaaaaaaah (Freestyle Club Mix) / Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now)(12") Go Bang! Records BANG 003 Netherlands 1990 Vendre cette version
ESU 1983-1 D-Shake Techno Trance '96(12") ESP-SUN Records ESU 1983-1 US 1996 Vendre cette version
BANG 003 DJ D-Shake Yaaah / Techno Trance(12", Promo) Go Bang! Records BANG 003 DJ Netherlands 1990 Vendre cette version
656 219 3 D-Shake Yaaah(CD, Mini, Car) CBS 656 219 3 France 1990 Vendre cette version
GO 1949 6 D-Shake Techno Trance / Yaaaaah ('96 Remixes)(2x12") Go Bang! Records GO 1949 6 Netherlands 1996 Vendre cette version

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8892sales

8892sales

28 janvier 2015
edité over 3 years ago

The best version of Techno Trance is the original "Paradise Is Now" on the original Go Bang! Records release. Without question really. Just an absolute stormer. And it's TECHNO btw, NOT trance. Even if it happens to be in the title. And however much it was played or some may think overplayed, there's no way a track that massive was ever going to be underplayed. Much like GTO's "Pure (Energy)" on Go Bang! It was played for too damn good a reason imo, because it absolutely, undeniably rocks! It really should've been an A side track though.

These remixes arranged slightly differently here but keep the main gist of the original and still have their place in a set. Overall a bit more DJ friendly than Paradise Is Now.

However, I'm not going to concentrate on the remixes of 'Techno Trance'. The hidden gem imo is AA1 - The ORR Some Remix of Yaaah. Yes, the original was overplayed at the time imho and became quite commercial, I think it charted, even in the UK IIRC. It even sounded more commercial. But this remix which happens to only be found on this Cooltempo pressing from the UK sheds an altogether different light to said track.

Still retains the "wooh, c'mon" samples. But is sparcer and less compressed. Leaves out the four to the floor present on the original with the beats arranged into a freestyle / electro style rhythm. Utilising an 808 distorted bass kick sound every 2 beats and a droning sound on the off beat which I suspect may have been sampled from RSW's 'Ozone Breakdown' (originally from an early Heaven 17 track? The name escapes me), together with other originally made drum machine sounds and a brand new, deep bassline. Overlayed with simple, dark but epic chords.

This was played on the UK pirates but the DJ's always chose not to give track details. Not sure why, as this release wasn't exactly obscure. Whatever the reason, a much underrated and underplayed, underground warehouse classic if ever there was one.
davefallon

davefallon

18 avril 2010
edité over 9 years ago
A long drawn out trancer that builds and builds with a superb metalic sounding synth sound pulsating away into a sublime breakdown and back out again just getting deeper. nothing obvious about this one and a lot classier than most of the other stuff in this genre from this time which is bore out in how well it has aged, still eminently listenable especially if at the breakdown you slide a nice downbeat vocal in (re sasha and his infamous nothing compares to you, sinead o'connor mix). this is one not just for the trance heads but all lovers of house from this era. whoo c'mon c'mon