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Desyn Masiello - Balance 008 FLAC album

Desyn Masiello - Balance 008 FLAC album
Title:
Balance 008
Performer:
Desyn Masiello
Style:
Progressive House, House, Electro
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1880 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ✪
Desyn Masiello - Balance 008 FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 Will Saul Mbira
Engineer – Tam CooperWritten-By, Producer – Will Saul
4:26
1-02 Dusty Little Kid* Jerry Cala
Written-By, Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Paolo Alberto Lodde
8:20
1-03 Clashing Egos Featuring Jelle Paulusma Love Sweet Love (Sterac Electronics Dub)
Composed By, Arranged By – Vanderlest*, van Moll*Featuring – Jelle PaulusmaMastered By – Bo KondrenMixed By – Eric VanderlestProducer – Clashing Egos, Eric VanderlestProducer [Additional], Remix – Steve RachmadRemix – Sterac Electronics
4:45
1-04 Williams Love Crisis (Kevin On The Beach Dub)
Remix – Kevin McKayWritten-By, Producer – William Threlfall
4:54
1-05 Chelonis Jones* One On One (DM Edit)
Edited By – DM*Written-By, Producer – Chelonis R. Jones, Booka Shade, M.A.N.D.Y.*
6:17
1-06 Babak Shayan Flowers
Written-By, Producer – Babak Shayan
6:20
1-07 Rene Amesz* Cabilla
Producer, Arranged By – P.Gelderblom*, R.Amesz*Written-By – P.Gelderblom*, Rene Amesz*
5:17
1-08 Mark Clement* The Tunnel (Francois K Visions Of Saturn Mix)
Remix – Francois K*Remix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Francois Kevorkian*Written-By, Producer – Mark Clement*
6:16
1-09 The Visitor A Month Of Sundays
Producer, Arranged By – The Visitor Written-By – J. Wiedlin*, T. Hall*
9:46
1-10 Dusty Little Kid* Dusty Kid Adventure
Written-By, Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Paolo Alberto Lodde
4:07
1-11 Soulsearcher Can't Get Enough (Derek Howell Remix)
Backing Vocals – Donna AllenBass [Live] – Gary Williams, Marc PomeroyLead Vocals – Thea AustinRemix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Derek HowellWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Marc Pomeroy
6:15
1-12 The Idiots Teardrop
Written-By, Producer – Omid16B*, Desyn Masiello, Rowan Blades
4:30
1-13 Chris Lake Changes
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Chris Lake
7:37
2-01 Orbital Halcyon + On + On
Written By – Barton / Hartnoll / P And P HartnollWritten-By – Barton*, P and P Hartnoll*
7:48
2-02 Spirals* X
Written-By, Producer – Fernando Pulichino, Julian Sanza
3:30
2-03 Rozzo Blue (Reloaded)
Written-By, Producer – Andre Schmid*
6:14
2-04.1 Moloko Cannot Contain This
Written-By – Mark Brydon, Roisin Murphy*
4:54
2-04.2 Killing Joke Love Like Blood
Written-By – Walker*, Coleman*, Ferguson*, Raven*
2-05 Dave DK Crush The Bits
Written-By, Producer – David Krasemann
4:29
2-06 Dealer's Choice Bomb This Place
Written-By, Producer – Dealer's Choice
4:52
2-07 Wize Again (AN2 Mix)
Remix – AN2*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Andrei A. Zakharov*Written-By, Producer – Basile Fanon
5:37
2-08 Hong Kong Micros* Time For Change (Start Your Revolution)
Written-By, Producer – Graeme Clark
3:37
2-09 Coburn We Interrupt This Program (Raul Rincon Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Raul RinconWritten-By, Producer – Peter Martin*, Tim Healey
4:59
2-10 Ramsay Dirty Delicious (Dub)
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Asher Jones, Chris Lake
5:14
2-11 Joey Negro Make A Move On Me (Joey Negro Old School Dub)
Producer – Dave LeeWritten-By – Dave Lee, Yvonne Stevens
7:28
2-12 Daisuke Matsusaka Asian Blue Rose
Written-By, Producer – Daisuke Matsusaka
5:59
2-13 Ellen Allien Magma (MFA Remix)
Composed By, Written-By, Producer – Ellen Fraatz, Holger ZilskeRemix – MFA*
5:01
2-14 Karu Maraud Your Ears (Tim Paris We Almost Lost Detroit Remix)
Keyboards [Keys Thanks To] – Olivier PortalProducer – Quentin AllenRemix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Tim Paris
4:00

Credits

  • Compiled By, DJ Mix – Desyn Masiello
  • Concept By [Balance Concept] – Tom Pandzic
  • Liner Notes [Sleevenotes], Design, Art Direction – David Nguyen
  • Mastered By – Tony 'Jack The Bear' Mantz*
  • Photography By [Stomp/eq Photograph] – Michael Mason

Notes

Jewel case with cardboard slipcase.

(P)+(C) 2005 EQ/Stomp Pty Ltd.
Manufactured and marketed by Stomp Entertainment.
Mastered @ Sing Sing Studios, Melbourne, Australia
Made in Australia

Tracks 1-02 and 1-10 list artist as "New Ordinament" (which infact was the EP these tracks were taken from) and list "Dusty Little Kid Presents:" in front of each title.
Track 1-04 title is only listed as "Love Crisis" on the release.
Track 2-06 title is erroneously listed as "Bomb The Place" on the release.
Track 2-09 remix name is listed as "Raul Rincon Mix" on the cover and as "Paul Rincon Remix" in the booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 823867000293

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EQGCD012 Desyn Masiello Balance 008 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) EQ Recordings EQGCD012 Russia 2005
none Desyn Masiello Balance 008 ‎(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) EQ Recordings none Australia 2005


Reviews:
  • Wen
hi there,just to clear up a few details the moloko vs killing joke mix was not a desyn mix or re-edit but a record made by steve mortimer an essex based producer.this was released on a limited vinyl pressingfound here.http://www.discogs.com/Moloko-vs-Killing-Joke-Cannot-Contain-This/release/224150thank you.
  • Inth
Take Balance 008 in your hand, and throw disc 1 away. It's simply not worth it. It's just "some music". There's nothing on there that stands out. Disc 2 on the other hand is good, but not great. Starts off on a high note with Orbital's Halcyon + On + On and gradually falls away in quality. Tracks like Joey Negro's Make A Move On Me get extremely repetative at times and will have you flicking the skip forward track. Balance 008, a very good compilation with some great transitions between tracks, but nothing reaches out and grabs your attention in particular and that's a shame because previous Balance releases have been fantastic.
  • Eigeni
OK, this cd was rated compilation of the year 2005, so it's hardly an "embarassment" by any means. The whole point (and niche) of the Balance series is it gives the DJs freedom to put out any sound they want, there is no "Balance" sound. Maybe up until Balance 5 there was a basic Prog/Breaks feel to them, but James Holden changed all that. Listen to how diverse the last 4 have been; Jimmy van M - Paolo Mojo - Desyn - Chris Fortier. And if Balance 8 did anything to the series, it was to catapult it into another level, much like Holden's mix, hardly a sore thumb to "tarnish" the series. This is not just another "electro pothole" mix (trust me I've heard plenty of those), this is electro with soul. This cd is so jammed full of funk and energy, once it starts up it never lets up. I haven't heard a cd in a while where every track just gets better than the last, but this one is definatly a contender. Some class tunes on here, such as Dusty Little Kid's "Jerry Cala" (Amazing!) or Dealer's Choice "Bomb This Place", or Chris Lake's classic "Changes". As for mixing; listen to the transition of Orbital's "Halycon" into Spirals "X", perfectly locked in, just keeps em grooving along for minutes, quality! Or the fusion of Moloko's "Cannot Contain This" with Killing Joke's "Love Like Blood", beautiful. This CD is guarunteed to put a smile on you face, funk infused electro with epic soul, pure energy. This is what House music should sound and should make you feel like.
  • Hono
one of a few interesting departures for the Aussie prog series recently, this chunky, diverse house set follows Fortier's moody techno on number 7 and Holden's brainy-as-owt IDM-laced set. The first disc starts on a real sparse italo-disco vibe, before building up through a couple of prog monsters and closing on Chris Lake's singularly effective old-skool pastiche, Changes. There's been a lot of this sort of thing going around, but this track stands out for me, with an addictive piano hook. Disc 2 isn't so strong, but is entertaining nonetheless. As annoying as it is that it seems every DJ on the spectrum seems to be playing this sort of stuff now, this is as good an offering as any.
  • Tygokasa
This album is dissapointing, and on behalf of EQ, I'd say embarassing as well. Over the years the Balance series has established itself as one showcasing mature, refined electronic music from some of the most intelligent and influential artists from all over the globe. It has also proven itself to be at the forefront of studio mixes. And then, like all good labels/series (e.g. Renaissance, Global Underground, Fabric etc.) it falls into the mainstream electro pothole. Along comes Balance 008, a truly ridiculous waste of time, money and effort. I say this because: -That unique Balance sound is not evident here. -The mixing on here is pretty average, and at times, very weak. -Balance has become yet another series. It doesn't stand out...its reputation is tarnished. It can never redeem itself because there will always be that 008 that stood out like a sore thumb. I give it 1/10...if i could I'd give it 1/100, merely for having the odd decent track here and there...