Chill Out Session 125 (Anima Sound System Special Mix)

1.Anima Sound System ‎- Bujdosó (Transglobal Underground Remix)
2.Anima Sound System - Igazi Szerelem
3.Anima Sound System - Hajnal Volt
4.Anima Sound System - Karszalag
5.Anima Sound System - Csillagtalan
6.Anima Sound System - A világot már körbejártam 
7.Anima Sound System - Esődal
8.Anima Sound System - Mondjál még egy közhelyet
9.Anima Sound System - Cimbalom
10.Anima Sound System - Bánat, Bánat
11.Anima Sound System - Aquanistan 
12.Anima Sound System - Közel a szerelemhez
13.Anima Sound System - Vigyél el 
14.Anima Sound System - Csinálj gyereket!
15.Anima Sound System - But gindura
16.Anima Sound System - '68
17.Anima Sound System - Két út van előttem

About Anima Sound System

Szombathely, Hungary (1993 – present)
Anima Sound System is a Hungarian electronic band founded in 1993 in Szombathely, Hungary. Anima is one of the first and most important Hungarian electronic acts, a unique fusion of Eastern-European folk music and modern electronic styles. The band is current under Mole Listening Pearls. The band soon developed strong ties with the underground Tilos Rádió station in Budapest. Their first international performance, in 1996, took place in Vienna at “Soundsfair Festival”, (as the only Eastern-European act) along with bands like Red Snapper, Goldie and Nightmares on Wax. 
Their remix of the Hungarian national anthem, Himnusz, was released on their Bujdosó EP and aired live from Tilos Radio’s New Year party in 2000, then went on to cause controversy in Hungarian media.
Their sound developed from their early acid jazz-influenced albums to a more organic world music tone. Anima Sound System has undergone various changes in lineup since its formation, as well as numerous featured guest artists. Szabolcs Prieger and Zsolt Prieger remain from the original lineup, which had also featured Szilvia Bognár on vocals and dj Cadik on decks and turntables.
After touring Eastern European cities and capitals - 8 performances in Prague alone - Anima Sound System has begun to draw interest from Western European promoters - from the “Glasshaus” in Berlin, to “Divan du Monde” in Paris.



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