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Vimana is the name of three different artists:

1. Before the famous Gouryella name was created, Ferry Corsten and Tijs Verwest had already teamed up together for another project. Under the name ‘Vimana’ they produced 2 tracks together: ‘We Came’ and ‘Dreamtime’. In 1999, the vinyl release came out on Tiësto’s ‘Black Hole Recordings’ label with ‘We Came’ on the A side and ‘Dreamtime’ on the B side.

In March 2002 the US based label ‘4 Play Records Inc.’ re-released the track on CD with remixes done by Graham Gold, Dace Audé, JOY and Dave Dresden (from Gabriel & Dresden). This time the track was not released as ‘Vimana’, but ‘DJ Tiësto & Ferry Corsten’ appeared on the CD as the artists.

‘We Came’ and ‘Dreamtime’ are the only 2 tracks they produced under the name ‘Vimana’. The rest of the tracks produced by this duo would be under the famous Gouryella name.

2. The name Vimana was also used by a Brazilian 70’s progressive rock band. Members include Lobão, Lulu Santos, Ritchie and Luiz Simas.

3. Vimana is a metal band from Denver, CO. Featuring past and current members of Cephalic Carnage, Vale Of Pnath and Swashbuckle.

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  • xVictimOfADownx

    Jesus christ, this ep.....is fucking god-tier.

    12 Jul 2012 Reply
  • NieNova

    Vimana - The Collapse 2012, anyone ?

    7 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Jimsonisolation

    Good to hear Zac again. Awesome EP.

    5 Jul 2012 Reply
  • iPowder

    http://www.facebook.com/Vimanarama

    3 Jul 2012 Reply
  • iPowder

    Whoa! The new ep 'The Collapse' is wicked! Solid heavy Denver band! Well worth the buy! \m/

    3 Jul 2012 Reply
  • club-smed-11

    letzz go psytecrockers !

    18 Sep 2011 Reply
  • FeatgaryTD

    Probably

    21 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Destinova

    @ candesco: The first Gouryella track appeared in early 1999 (for example on Tiësto's Innercity compilation). The first Vimana track appeared NOT on the First Flight, but on a New Adventure, the fourth part in the Magik series, also released in 1999. So, like Clackers said, "not Post-Gouryella, but contemporaneously Gouryella" ;)

    26 Feb 2010 Reply
  • t7f

    Dreamtime is so dreamy, simply amazing.

    27 Aug 2009 Reply
  • candesco

    @fiNN_: well, it are the same dj's who are also behind gouryella and that are tiesto and ferry. @clackers : wrong. Vimana was before gouryella. and tenshi was already the third gouryella track, which was released in 2000. We Came and Dreamtime came out early in 1999. We came appears on the first magik album (magik first flight) and dreamtime on the first artist profiler serie. So Vimana is not post nor contemporaneously gouryella, but it's predecessor.

    12 Jul 2009 Reply
  • fiNN__

    Vimana = Gouryella ? :)

    11 Apr 2009 Reply
  • SANLEGAS

    DREAMTINE ES INCREIBLE ME ENCANTA

    4 Dec 2007 Reply
  • PaulSn

    @destinova the correct term would be uplifting. That's what most of the trance listerens use.

    30 Nov 2007 Reply
  • Destinova

    Do euphoric and uplifting mean teh same thing? Because I do find both their tracks very uplifting :)

    15 Nov 2007 Reply
  • PaulSn

    Great tunes. Not very euphoric tho.

    10 Jun 2007 Reply
  • molohov

    Oh dang, you got me there.

    28 Nov 2006 Reply
  • Clackers

    Vimana's only release We Came/Dreamtime was actually released around the same time as Tenshi, so it was actually not Post-Gouryella, but contemporaneously Gouryella. ;)

    17 Nov 2006 Reply
  • molohov

    Vimana is post-Gouryella. And that means pwnzor trance.

    29 Sep 2006 Reply