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Guy J
Balance Presents Guy J
House, Deep House, Progressive House
15 Jul 2013
Balance Music
Dimensione FLAC:
2451 mb
Dimensione MP3:
2928 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1810 mb


1Way Out WestKilla (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Jody Wisternoff, Nick Warren
2Guy MantzurI'm Your Country (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Guy Mantzur
3LanoiraudeWaitin' (Charles Webster's Massive Sounds Mix) (Guy J Edit)
Edited By – Guy JRemix [Additional Production] – Charles WebsterWritten-By, Producer – Arnaud Malherbe
4DJ Yellow & Flowers And Sea CreaturesNo One Gets Left Behind (Guy J Remix)
Composed By, Producer – Alain Ho aka DJ YellowRemix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By – Flowers & The Sea Creatures
5Roger Martinez & Secret CinemaMenthol Raga (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Jeroen Verheij, Roger Martinez
6Robert BabiczDuba (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Robert Babicz
7NavarPhases Of Grief (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Navar
8Pavel PetrovFever (Pezzner Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – PezznerWritten-By, Producer – Pavel Petrov
9DJ T. Ft. Cari GoldenCity Life (Accapella) (Guy J Edit)
Edited By – Guy JProducer – Lopazz, Thomas KochWritten By, Producer – Cari Golden
10EchomenPerpetual (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Anton Fielding, Chris Scott
11DactilarDay One (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Fernando Pellon
12Juan DeminicisOnce Upon A Time (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Juan Deminicis
13Henry SaizSanta Fe (Guy J Remix)
Remix [Additional Production] – Guy JudahWritten-By, Producer – Henry Saiz
14APM001Migrants (Radio Slave Acapella) (Guy J Edit)
Edited By – Guy JRemix [Additional Production] – Radio SlaveWritten-By, Producer – APM001


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneGuy J Balance Presents Guy J ‎(CDr, Mixed, Promo)Balance Music noneAustralia2013


  • DesignStefan Nott
  • DJ MixGuy J
  • IllustrationLauren Nicholson
  • Mastered ByDanny Bonnici
  • Photography – Wouter Van Vaerenbergh
  • Presenter [Balance Presents]Tom Pandzic


Comes in digipak

Remix credit for track 7a is incorrectly given to Guy Judah, and has been corrected.

© 2013 Balance Music.
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Balance Presents Guy J. Your Rating. Overview . Guy is the 1988 eponymous debut studio album by American R&B band Guy. Released on June 13, 1988 by Uptown Records, and internationally on Warner Bros. Records, It was produced by group founder Teddy Riley and manager Gene Griffin. The album peaked at number 27 on the Billboard 200 chart. In July 1994, it was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, for shipments of two million copies in the United States. In 2007, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the album. Guy J - Balance Presents Guy J Though the Balance mixes have moved away from their progressive house roots in recent years, the newer Balance Presents offshoot betrays some of the series' old allegiances. The first mix came from jozif earlier in the year, and it was a dramatic affair that recalled the emotional heights of Balance's landmark entries say, James Holden or Phil K. For the second they've tapped Israeli producer Guy Judah, better known as Guy J, a protégé of John Digweed and a firm follower in his footsteps. Balance Presents: Guy J by DJ Yellow. 13 songs. 2013 year. Format mp3. Download compilation for free and listen online. Balance Presents: Guy J 2013. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Way Out West , Roger Martinez and others. DJ Mix. Songs in album Balance Presents: Guy J 2013. DJ Yellow ft. Flowers And Sea Creatures - No One Gets Left Behind Guy J Remix. Roger Martinez ft. Secret Cinema - Menthol Raga Guy J Remix. Henry Saiz ft. Fab Morvan - Santa Fe Guy J Remix. Balance Presents Guy J, 2013. No One Gets Left Behind Guy J Remix, 07:46. Menthol Raga Guy J Remix, 09:36. Santa Fe Guy J Remix, 07:41. Migrants Radio Slave Accapella , 07:36. Once Upon a Time Guy J Remix, 08:01. Phases of Grief Guy J Remix, 06:43. Fever Pezzner Remix , 07:46. Waitin' Charles Webster Missive Sounds Remix, 05:57. Perpetual Guy J Remix, 08:15. Im Your Country Guy J Remix, 09:08. Killa Guy J Remix, 08:24. Альбом 2013 Песен: 15. 14 September 2013 . Balance presents Guy J - Balance Music. Balance Music is a Melbourne based distribution, marketing and record company specialising in promoting quality independent dance, indie and electronic music. Guy Mantzur & Lonya Dynasty feat. Adam Gorlizki kotelett & Zadak remix 3. Ferher Unity Erdi Irmak X free to Various Artists Balance Presents Guy J Contiuous Mix Mixed by Guy J, No One Gets Left Behind Guy J Remix and more. 15 tracks 180:05. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the

  • Golkree
Grew on me, so now 5/5. I should know after 20 years that the best mixes grow on you! Sorry Guy J fans for my earlier review.
  • Togar
Sorry, I mean Seaman's 2011 masters CD. It was the comeback release from Renaissance who had been in administration. I think it's awesome but the next few in the series are pretty bad. I wasted a few quid there. Also, to me, it all sounds like progressive house, which is why I compare these DJ's (Gerber, Guy J etc). I'm 46 so I can remember when different genre's were actually different to listen to.
  • Levaq
Hi Spoons:) which Masters do you mean? he did one in '09 and '11 ... I agree with you that Voorns and Gerbers efforts are more rewarding but you cant really compare Guy J to those two artists (or releases), they are quite different in my opinion ... probably more reasonable to put it up next to Balance 19?
  • Ballardana
This one sounds more pop than Balance's number series (except for the latest 3 :), but it ultimately takes me back to the golden Global Underground years with it's progressive house and vocals. A really awesome addition, I only wish it was 2CD and maybe released as Balance 024.
  • Nikojas
Great review by Barry_Xwood here, I have nothing to add! Awesome job by Guy J, finally a mixalbum that takes you on a journey instead of putting some tracks together... this is what mixing is all about! Respect! Instant classic.
  • Mr_TrOlOlO
We were half past april when I found out that Guy J was about to release a Balance mix album. The first thing that went through my mind was: This is going to be so big and so fingerlickin' good! I'd rather not bring up the comparison to the 'Holden Balance', but reviewing a Balance release is not possible without doing so.... My second thought after I got all excited about the news about this album was, this one could be the One... The One that finally matches the 'Holden Balance'! Now I know this is a 'Balance Presents' but it is still a Balance release with an artist that could match up to Holden. Another point is, ofcourse, that these are all Guy J remixes and edits. Thats not the case with Holdens balance. In other words, we'll just have to see if this album by Guy J stands the test of time and if it will match up to the famous Holden installment...So far my intro, but what about the intro on this album!It sweeps you off your feet instantly with those incredible Tom Yorke-ish/Radiohead-like vocals! It starts out deep, lurking you in and then these beautiful vocals hit you... A bit in a haunting and sad way... But with such beauty it will give you goosebumps. With the second track he lets you adjust to his plan for his journey he is about to take you on. Its a track from Roger Martinez and Secret Cinema. Guy J turned this one into an warm soothing track with echoes of melody.Track 3 is a track that, by just looking at the artist and the remixers, could never ever go wrong! A track by Henry Saiz in a Guy J remix.... I don't need to tell you how it sounds, you just know its damn tasty!Lets just say its only the best of both worlds.With the fourth track the mix picks up the pace a little bit. Its a dark track with a very dark, deep and haunting vocal. Totally opposite to the vocals in the first track but just as good. Only in a different way. The track leans completely on the bassline and the vocal without getting dull or boring.With track 5 the mix takes a little step back in pace again getting you ready for Navar's phases of grief. On Navar's track the bassline slightly reminds me of the 'coldharbour sound' from when it was good. Warm and soothing, but less heavy and more subtile. The melody hints towards 'waveforce' by Perry O'Neil.After the Navar track it gets a little bit funkier. Its a track from Pavel Petrov edited by Guy J with longstretched vocals from a track called City Life. The mix progresses by giving the listener all kinds of little turns during the first half, showing you just a little glimpse of what he is capable of. From that deep intro with the awesome vocals to a dark, haunting and more techno approach to a some what funkier techhouse track and into a Charles Webster remix Which has this really warm summer/beach vibe to it that just fits right in the mix. The transition between this and the next track is really well done. If you don't focus while listening you'll probably miss it. Its that well done! Track 9 sounds like one big break. The build up of this track is really good. You just feel that this track is the calm before the storm.Then all of a sudden out of nowhere the beat drops and the Echomen are on! Great vocals on this track as well. The pace has picked up again and Guy J is ready to take you to the final destination of this journey. He does that with an excellent track by Guy Mantzur. I'm your country has a warm but pounding kick in it. Without overdoing it. The track is filled with subtile percussion that gives the track just a little more bite. The hints of a vocal completes the track.Then there comes the12th track of the album and the one track I was most curious about ever since I read the tracklist for the first time...Way out west's 'Killa' gets a Guy J treatment! The original is, ofcourse, one hell of an opener and a beautiful progressive monster.On forehand you know its not going to be as a rough ride as the original, when Guy J remixes a track like Killa.The track just flows right in from the Guy mantzur track. Less percussion in here than in the previous track, but it surprises you with those gorgeous female humming vocals and the tribal chanting! All the original parts are here. The bassline rolls warm but throbbing, the lovely melody is present in a very subtile way. This is a remix that respects the original, but still shows the remixers identity. For me this track plus the intro track are the highlights of the album.While the end of the journey is in sight, what better way to close it off than a Robert Babicz chill out/ambient track...Duba puts you back on the ground gently after an amazing trip through a warm, deep and sometimes haunting soundscape that is Guy J's musical vision.The album is,in one word, awesome! Yet it is best listened to like you would watch a movie. This is no easy access kind of album. You have to open up and dig yourself into this album, then you'll find an album full of beauty and warm delightful sounds. Guy J proves himself as one of the best 'storytellers' among DJ's nowadays. This is definitly one of the best albums of 2013!