Da Hool - Meet Her At The Love Parade (Nalin & Kane Remix) [1997]

Artist(s)
Da Hool
Release title
Meet Her At The Love Parade (Nalin & Kane Remix)
Label name
Kosmo Records
Release year
1997

TRANCEBLASTER

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Jul 21, 2020
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No need to say anything about this. Everyone knows it, everyone loves it!

I have seen an interview with 'Da Hool' when the track was freshly released, here is what I remember:

he produced the track in few hours right after he came home from the 'Love Parade' in Berlin.. He wanted to release it under his (already popular) name 'Dj Hooligan' but his label denied the track, so he searched for a new label and he also needed to change his name for the release, because he had some special contract with his home label.. thats the reason why 'Meet Her At The Love Parade' was his first release under the 'Da Hool' alias..

Pls change the year of the release, it was 1996.
 
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I have seen an interview with 'Da Hool' when the track was freshly released, here is what I remember:

he produced the track in few hours right after he came home from the 'Love Parade' in Berlin.. He wanted to release it under his (already popular) name 'Dj Hooligan' but his label denied the track, so he searched for a new label and he also needed to change his name for the release, because he had some special contract with his home label.. thats the reason why 'Meet Her At The Love Parade' was his first release under the 'Da Hool' alias..

Pls change the year of the release, it was 1996.
Why 1996? Discogs states it was released in 1997.

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The cover does too.


The original version (not the remix) is from 1996 but the "Nalin & Kane" Version came out one year after this one. :)
 

Propeller

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Jul 20, 2020
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The combination of Da Hool / Nalin & Kane ... It doesn't get much better than that. Unique track.
This played a huge part in getting me into trance. And to this day I haven't heard another record that has sounded like this. Uniquely crafted.
 

Aoi O

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For me this is definition of club/dance music with trance elements back on the late '90s.
It is one of the best ever tunes on the industry and this melody is an absolute classic.
There are 100 different versions made through the years but still love the original and this remix