Paolo Mojo ‎– 1983

Pryda Friends ‎– PRYF002
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A 1983 (Original Mix) 8:30
B 1983 (Eric Prydz Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Eric Prydz



℗ © 2006 Pryda Friends Recordings Limited

Published by Copyright Control.

Samples PKA - Let Me Hear You (Say Yeah) from 1990.
Mastered at The Exchange.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side run-out): PRYF 002 A' MPO1 Mike's™-THEEXCHANGE EURODISC
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run-out): PRYF 002 B' SATTEEE Mike's™-THEEXCHANGE MPO1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PRYF002 Paolo Mojo 1983(2xFile, MP3, 320) Pryda Friends PRYF002 UK 2006
PRYF002 Paolo Mojo 1983(2xFile, WAV) Pryda Friends PRYF002 UK 2006


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May 26, 2008
In a way, you have to feel sorry for poor old Paolo - here he is, cooking up a nice little rolling prog number with some tasty synth work and a cheekily-nabbed new beat lead, but what would otherwise be a perfectly usable track is blown out the water by a stomping rework from label owner Prydz. He takes the original and makes it longer, louder, funkier, spacier - in fact, just plain BIGGER. Few tunes have ever quite deserved the oft-used raver cry 'massive!' as much as this one does. The arrangement is a masterclass in keeping everything rolling for as long as possible before switching it all up, and the result is 12 minutes of tune with nary a wasted second. Top drawer stuff.


February 17, 2008
Is the Eric Prydz remix the biggest tune in history? Not far south of 12 minutes long, thunderous beats and bass, leads swimming in reverb in such a way that you find yourself looking around to see if you are actually in a cathedral or something...The genius is in the arrangement, with Prydz extracting every last drop of value from every groove - each section lasts as long as it possibly can without getting boring, and when the second bassline drops the human body will lose all control of its motor functions at 50 paces.

The perfectly serviceable original mix is unfortunate to find itself on the opposite face of a 12" to THAT monster - but what tune wouldn't be?


December 17, 2007

Well now, we have here an absolutely epic remix by Eric Prydz (once again!). Although the original itself is a brilliant piece of electronic music, the remix takes the track to a whole different level. An unbelievable 12 minutes in length, it has an hypnotizing effect, it even makes you want the track to carry on for another 12 minutes. The build-up is quite long, it has an awesome melody and it ends in utter mayhem. One of those tracks I have (sadly) never heard in a club or at parties, which is more then a pity, because these are the rare kinds of tracks that deserve to be played each day! Maybe the best track of 2006 (well, certainly in my book!).