Perasma ‎– Swing 2 Harmony

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Ultra Records ‎– UL 1243-6
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Vinyl, 12"
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Manufactured, marketed and distributed in North America by Ultra Records Inc.
Licenced courtesy of DK Records and 3 Beat Label Mgnt. Ltd.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DATA 83P1 Perasma Swing 2 Harmony(12", Ltd, Promo) Data Records DATA 83P1 UK 2005 Sell This Version
DEKAY003 Perasma Swing 2 Harmony(12", Promo) DK Records (2) DEKAY003 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
DEKAY003 Perasma Swing 2 Harmony(12") DK Records (2) DEKAY003 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
DATA 83CDS Perasma Swing To Harmony(3xFile, WAV) Data Records DATA 83CDS UK 2006
INSMX 349N Perasma Swing 2 Harmony(CDr, Promo) Insolent Tracks INSMX 349N Spain 2005 Sell This Version

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March 16, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
I dunno about you, but everytime i hear this song i'm almost falling into a trance. Repeating itself over and over for almost 10 minutes this song is classic. Sounded really strange first time i heard it, but now this has become one of my favourite's. A perfect example of progressive house/trance, with some of the most beautiful vocals ever. Beautiful trance music.

The Matthew Dekay Remix is also good, however i prefer the Gabriel & Dresden remix. On the other hand that shouldn't scare you from bying this vinyl.
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tonymasud

March 18, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

This was a long awaited track, way to long overdue in my opinion. Was early cained by James Holden during the late spring and then cained by everyone and their mother during the summer & autumn. During this time the artist was credited to John Con & Nikola Gala

So it was a proper pisstake to see it's release in late 2004, but it is a sweet track. Draws clear influences from James Holden's 2003 cut "Nothing" and i have no problem with that. I t hides no fact that it is a light summer track with a mysterious vocal and it captures that pretty nicely.

On the flip we have Matthew Dekay's remix that took a while for me to really like because Matthew chucked the lovely xylophone from original in the bin and used a fairly cheapsounding synth. The remix itself is like the original a progressive cut but with a bigroom feel just seeking to destroy dancefloors.