Gouryella were a Dutch trance act comprising Ferry Corsten and DJ Tiësto. The word itself means "heaven" in an aborigine language. They are best known for the self-titled song "Gouryella" and the follow-up single "Walhalla", both uplifting trance tracks. Ferry Corsten has confirmed that the Gouryella project isn't finished, however, Ferry has not indicated when the next Gouryella track will be produced.BiographyIn 1999, Dutch musicians Ferry Corsten and Tiësto joined forces to create Gouryella. In time there were twenty separate album releases of the four Gouryella tracks from nine different record labels.Gouryella released six tracks: "Gouryella", "Gorella", "Walhalla", "In Walhalla", "Tenshi" and "Ligaya". "Gorella" and "In Walhalla" were B-sides and were not released in the UK, although they did appear on the respective German and Dutch import albums. All four released tracks appeared on Tranceaddict's Top 100 EDM tracks list as well as the 2011 Trance Top 1000.In late 2000, Tiësto decided he needed to concentrate on his solo work, and left Corsten to write and produce "Ligaya", with the British producer John Ewbank.The first single, "Gouryella", contained remixes from DJ Gigilo and Armin van Buuren. "Walhalla", also released in 1999, also featured a remix from Van Buuren, as well as Hybrid. In July 1999, the duo both received a gold record for sales of "Gouryella".