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Murph - Dark Sympathy FLAC album

Performer: Murph
Genre: Electronic
Title: Dark Sympathy
Released: 2001
Style: Progressive House, Progressive Trance
FLAC version ZIP size: 1554 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1503 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1890 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 948
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Sympathy for the Devil is a compilation album by Laibach and follows on from their Beatles cover album Let It Be. Sympathy for the Devil features seven cover versions of the Rolling Stones song "Sympathy for the Devil" and one original Laibach track. The tracks are recorded both by Laibach and a variety of side projects with Laibach members (including Dreihunderttausend Verschiedene Krawalle and Germania). Laibach: "Sympathy for the Devil (Time for a Change)" – 5:43.

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A Dark Sympathy (Lex Remix)
Remix – Lex
B Dark Sympathy (Planet Heaven Remix)
Remix – Planet Heaven


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I have the other 12" for sale - Original Mix/Planet Heaven Mix if anyone's after it. Msg me

I completely forget what this track sounded like. I know it was on Max Graham's Transport-4 and Jerry Bonham's Interpretations so it got the attention it deserved from DJ's. Unfortunately, I never saw the vinyl at the two local record shops near my house. Around this time there was so much incredible dark progressive house and progressive breaks being released that DJ's were having a hard time keeping up.Listening to this track now makes me appreciate the masterpiece of what progressive house can entail. While I always hear today's progressive house isn't as good as the progressive house era from 1999-2005- which I do agree half heartily to some extent; there is a lot of progressive (especially progressive breaks) being released currently that is incredible nonetheless (Brucho-Dreaming (Rysh Paprota Mix-1); Full Gear Flavor-Full On; Rise and Fall-Imagination; and countless others).What a lot of progressive house today doesn't have is the subtle sophistication; energy; groove; and intelligent build up like this track. The BPM of this track is high by today's standard but it isn't fast or seems out of place. More interestingly is the complete make-up of the track: the beautiful synthesizers and lush chords throw a heavy "trance" sound; the bassline that comes in at 3:30 min/sec is techno inspired; the repetitive sound effects is straight from tech-house; and the culmination of these factors amalgamate into a track that grooves the listener on a journey. Amazingly this track never explodes. It rises and lowers in energy subtle, but it's evolution of all these sounds that is most incredible. Planet Heaven's remix of Murph's Dark Sympathy does what a lot (not all) of progressive has forgotten to do: it tells a story. In other words, hearing the first 3 minutes of this track the listener still doesn't know where this track is taking you. It's a journey in sound above all else.Planet Heaven (the remixer) is Carl Daniels. He was an underground producer but truly master of progressive house from this era. While he didn't produce or remix a lot-everything he worked on was shear gold.

Alderaanic, thank you for posting the tracks. I never want this music to be forgotten. Progressive house was the 1st music I EVER became fanatical about it. You do a great justice with your Youtube Channel. I can't thank you enough.

Hi mate,alderaanic here.Just wanted to give you a shout for your epic review of Dark Sympathy,whilst i have an incredible ear for music,i don't have the same descriptive way of putting my thoughts about track like Dark Sympathy as eloquently as you good sir.Well i'm glad i got around to putting up on my YT channel...like you say its a journey.And now a classic from that era.