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Pryda - Muranyi / Balaton download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Muranyi / Balaton
Style:
Progressive House
Released:
2007
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1860 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1912 mb
WMA vers. size:
1257 mb
Other formats
TTA MIDI VOX AA TTA MOD WMA
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
764

2007 Pryda Recordings Limited. See All. Pryda 15 Vol I. 2019. Miami to Atlanta, Animal, Loaded - EP.

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Released September 13, 2007. Muranyi, Balaton Tracklist. About Muranyi, Balaton . Muranyi, Balaton Q&A. Producers Eric Prydz. Pryda 10, Vol III. Show all albums by Pryda.

Release Date 2007-09-13. Label Pryda Recordings.

PLAY ALL. Muranyi, Balaton. Released by Universal Music Group Oct 2014 2 Tracks.

Forget Muranyi and head on straight to Balaton! (Well, not entirely, but i'll get to that later). Omg what a great track Balaton is, especially when the beat kicks in at about 2:20 minutes into the track. Love the 'evil-like' feel of the tune. Suddenly it gets a bit dreamy around the 5:10 minute mark, when a 'space-like melody' suddenly appears. Muranyi is quite different track, has a way more minimal feel to it, although the build up scheme is not so different from Balaton. Track starts slow, has a long buildup, finally followed by a melody and everything coming together at the end of the track. Especially like the (equally dreamy as in Balaton) melody at about 5:10 minutes into the track. I favour Balaton over Muranyi, but they are tightly matched. Again, Prydz delivers the goods, and delivers them good.

Tracks count: 0. Views: 1. Related. Mija, Origins, Backdraft, Axis - Pryda. Miami To Atlanta, Animal, Loaded - Pryda.

Album: Muranyi, Balaton - Single, 2009. Has been played on. Canada 33.

Tracklist

Muranyi 8:02
Balaton 8:45

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRY009 Pryda Muranyi / Balaton ‎(2xFile, WAV) Pryda Recordings PRY009 UK 2007
PRY009 Pryda Muranyi / Balaton ‎(12") Pryda Recordings PRY009 Sweden 2007
PRY009 Pryda Muranyi / Balaton ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Pryda Recordings PRY009 UK 2007


  • Zan
Those two tracks sounds like from concole games in 90'. Do you ever play Contra, Mario or Tetris on your SNES "machine"? Hell yeah, those tracks sounds really like your games. Do you remember that simple mono- or polyphonic sounds? You could hear it now in Muranyi. It's a bit mysterious, but that fits that track. For me it's something like Double Dragon :D but I could be wrong. It's more than house/electronic music, it's a unnormall house/electronic music. Eric mades lovely melancholic track from potentialy weird SNES sounds. Balaton is more like solid music with hard kicks and bumps. Someone said, that Balaton sounds like theme from Zelda. For me it's more like Final Fantasy VII on Playstation, when you fight with Sephiroth :D. Yeah, it's good, more than good. It's hard to describe those tracks in words, you need to listen it. Those tracks ask you - do you remember the greatest times with your console? They will show you, how great those times were. Those tracks are a new quality level of electronic music. Pryda - SNES will bless you.
  • The Rollers of Vildar
Forget Muranyi and head on straight to Balaton! (Well, not entirely, but i'll get to that later) Omg what a great track Balaton is, especially when the beat kicks in at about 2:20 minutes into the track. Love the 'evil-like' feel of the tune. Suddenly it gets a bit dreamy around the 5:10 minute mark, when a 'space-like melody' suddenly appears. The beat kicks in again about one minute later, and all the effects come together into one. This is the kind of track that gives me goosebumps, especially when played loud on a dancefloor. Muranyi is quite different track, has a way more minimal feel to it, although the build up scheme is not so different from Balaton. Track starts slow, has a long buildup, finally followed by a melody and everything coming together at the end of the track. Especially like the (equally dreamy as in Balaton) melody at about 5:10 minutes into the track. I favour Balaton over Muranyi, but they are tightly matched. Again, Prydz delivers the goods, and delivers them good. Outstanding!