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Venetian Snares - Rossz Csillag Alatt Született album mp3
Rossz Csillag Alatt Született
Breakcore, Broken Beat, Modern Classical
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Rossz Csillag Alatt Született by Venetian Snares, released 14 March 2005 1. Sikertelenség 2. Szerencsétlen 3. Öngyilkos Vasárnap 4. Felbomlasztott Mentökocsi 5. Hajnal 6. Galamb Egyedúl 7. Második Galamb 8. Szamár Madár 9. Hiszékeny 10. Kétsarkú Mozgalom 11. Senki Dala What if, for just a day, we could both be pigeons? Sometimes one moment in time can take on such an important significance that it becomes an endless world unto itself and everything outside of that moment, past and future spots in time, become the folklore of that world

Rossz Csillag Alatt Született (Hungarian: ) is a 2005 album by breakcore artist Venetian Snares, released on the Planet Mu label. Inspired by a visit to Hungary, the album title and all of the track names are in Hungarian; Rossz Csillag Alatt Született translates to "Born Under a Bad Star", a Hungarian expression which means "cursed from birth". Stylistically, the album consists of classical strings and brass combined with breakbeats.

Rossz Csillag Alatt Született (Hungarian pronunciation: ) is a 2005 album by breakcore artist Venetian Snares, released on the Planet Mu label. Inspired by an earlier journey of Aaron Funk's to Hungary, the album title and all of the track names are in Hungarian; Rossz csillag alatt született translates to "Born Under a Bad Star". Stylistically, the album consists of classical strings and trumpets combined with chaotic breakbeats. It is arguably Funk's most critically acclaimed work.

Aaron Funk (Venetian Snares) appropriately covered Seress and sampled Holiday's dread on Rossz Csillag Alatt Született, his 223rd album of shattering breakbeats and post-Aphex Twin poetics in the past five years. The album title (translated "Born Under a Bad Star"), and its songs have Hungarian titles. Sikertelenség" has Funk opening a body bag to show a disbelieving piano its deceased lover. Szerencsétlen" walks a rickety plank with stacco violin stabs and a grinding "Amen" jungle breakbeat.

Venetian Snares - Sikertelenség. Venetian Snares - Szerencsétlen. Venetian Snares - Öngyilkos Vasárnap. Venetian Snares - Felbomlasztott Mentökocsi. Venetian Snares - Hajnal. Venetian Snares - Galamb Egyedúl. Venetian Snares - Második Galamb. Venetian Snares - Szamár Madár. Venetian Snares - Hiszékeny. Please support the artist and purchase the single/album directly from Bandcamp. com and adhere to our Terms of Service.

Rossz Csillag Alatt Született. Released March 14, 2005. Rossz Csillag Alatt Született Tracklist. 1. Sikertelenség Lyrics. 2. Szerencsétlen Lyrics.

Album · 2005 · 11 Songs. Rossz Csillag Alatt Született Venetian Snares. Listen on Apple Music. By: Venetian Snares (2005, Electronic). More albums from Venetian Snares: Filth by Venetian Snares. Making Orange Things by Venetian Snares. My Love Is A Bulldozer by Venetian Snares. Thank You For Your Consideration by Venetian Snares. Higgins Ultra Low Track Glue Funk Hits 1972-2006 by Venetian Snares. Horse And Goat by Venetian Snares. My Downfall (Original Soundtrack) by Venetian Snares. View all albums . Rossz Csillag Alatt Született.


1 Sikertelenség 0:40
2 Szerencsétlen 4:55
3 Öngyilkos Vasárnap 3:26
4 Felbomlasztott Mentökocsi 3:44
5 Hajnal 7:46
6 Galamb Egyedül 1:36
7 Második Galamb 6:01
8 Szamár Madár 5:49
9 Hiszékeny 1:39
10 Kétsarkú Mozgalom 8:50
11 Senki Dala 2:16

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Deluxe


  • Design – Ben Curzon
  • Photography By – Tim*
  • Written-By, Producer – Aaron Funk


℗ 2005 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
© 2005 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
Made in England.

Track 3 samples Billie Holiday's vocals from Gloomy Sunday (not credited on release).
Issued in a transparent tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet (inside is blank).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 600116811127
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): ZIQ111CD 01 deluxe
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): ZIQ111CD 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L135
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L132
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): IFPI 0483
  • Other (Mould Text Variant 1 & 2): Made in the UK

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZIQ111 Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Alatt Született ‎(2x12", Album, RE) Planet Mu ZIQ111 UK 2015
ZIQ111 Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Alatt Született ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd, RP) Planet Mu ZIQ111 UK 2012
ZIQ111CD Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Alatt Született ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Planet Mu ZIQ111CD Russia 2005
ZIQ111 Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Alatt Született ‎(2x12", Album) Planet Mu ZIQ111 UK 2005
ZIQ111CD Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Alatt Született ‎(CD, Album, RE) Planet Mu ZIQ111CD UK Unknown

  • Justie
I've realised that the haunting Hungarian depression music sounds even more haunting on a worn slightly dirty record. perfect. Breakcore made beautiful this one. GET GET GET
  • Cordanius
Repress on it´s way
  • Pettalo
Venetian Snares goes classical with ROSSZ CSILLAG ALATT SZULETETT, from the modern piano piece of "Sikertelenség" to the scrambled, reconfigured and breakbeated orchestra of "Szerencsétlen." He takes a snippet of Billie Holiday in "Öngyilkos Vasárnap" for a moody track, and reappropriates an entire string movement in "Hajnal" for a drum'n'bass workout. "Második Galamb" takes a quieter approach from the outset, though the breaks hold steady and the track grows in volume, particularly once the horns come in until it bursts into chaos. "Szamár Madár" is more straightforward, replete with operatic vocals, while the looped section of "Kétsarkú Mozgalom" gives it an itchy, paranoiac feel that's borne out in the rhythm. "Senki Dala" takes the album out with some guitar, as well, in a drifting, moody ambient piece. Quite nice.
  • Lamranilv
Szamar Madar, which I suppose is Venetian Snares' most recognizable track, is downright amazing. Otherwise, I'm not too enthused by the "punk" sound this group brings to the table, which can be harsh on the ears and sound like noise. I must, however, concur with the other reviewer who pointed out that all Venetian Snares does is take masterful classical music and add a beat to it. The real credit should go overwhelmingly to the composer.
  • DABY
its only one guy dude
  • Yananoc
Most listenable and accessible album by the Snares so far.But also one of my favourites (#1 or #2).Why ? First, because this album lives as a whole journey.Secondly, this is marvellously orchestrated/arranged : samples, synths and drum breaks answer to each other in a perfect and unheard way so far. On "my downfall", Snares attempted to do this without sample, but he mainly did chords changing at the beginning of each bar, and that's all. Here, everything is beautiful because of these questions/answers and because all of the tracks with drums go to a pinnacle of melancholy and tortured sadness.I prefer the "ambient" tracks to those in "my downfall" because i can understand their meaning. The mood of the album is kept throughout all the tracks.In Snares' top releases, with Doll Doll Doll, Winnipeg and HCCBU.
  • Talrajas
Everyone keeps calling this a breakcore album. This is clearly DnB. Have these people even heard breakcore before?These drums & their editing are far too close to late 90's Squarepusher to ever be considered breakcore. If you want to hear breakcore, listen to Bomb20, DJ Scud, old Alec Empire, FFF, or Amboss.
  • Lost Python
And by the way: Amboss calls his Tracks DnB or Hardcore DnB.
  • Manona
And why do you know it better than everyone?
  • Ckelond
This comment would be relevant if 7/4 DnB ever existed.
  • AnnyMars
Exactly. People this is BREAKCORE.
  • Yozshujinn
IMO, in the not so distant future when we are talking with our music enthusiast's, Die hard track hunters, and IDM heads. This will be one of those albums that will be thought of as a truly heavy groundbreaking moment in modern underknown sound. I find that very few things can compare with a start to finish run of this album, 46 minutes of Heavy Jungle Drums and unforgettable heartbroken orchestra's. Hats OFF to the MAD Percussionist for this life changer. Highlights.- Tracks 1-4 and how they complement one another for such a Heavy Downside Start off- Gloomy Sunday * First track I heard from this release.*- Disintegrated Ambulance, Incredible tune, the sound just seems to pull you soul off the map and right back into the heart of it.- Bi Polar Culture, 8mins of Joy and Sorrow. Big Up VSnares
  • Pumpit
absolute masterpeice. by far his best release. got the title tattooed on my arm :).
  • Shalizel
Aarons most overrated work IMO, its well structured, and quite deep, but do people really think this man can arrange an orchestra, or even play cello, or violin? Its nearly ALL sampled, simply cut and pasted from someplace to this cd. This cd does make it into my stereo from time to time, though i just see straight through it, when i hear most of these tracks, i just picture a little geeky guy sitting at his pc playing with the latest software for hours on end. A refreshing album, but not totally unlike V.Snares other work, he's just sampling strings and harmonies rather than beats and synths.
  • Xaluenk
he is both using samples (for example sir Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto 1st Movement makes the main melody in Szamàr Madàr) and writing melodies for synths on this album. in an interview he stated he was deeply into East West wavetable VST's at that time, which are sample-based virtual synths: so he also wrote much of the string parts.
  • Gralinda
I have somewhere seen a list of sources for this album but I can't find it now. Seriously man. I totally agree with Athracene, VS just tried to get into hearts of emotional people and to make something "deep" and he just lost the real "soul" of his previous (and next) works. The result is less breakcore and less real venetian snares. And I just don't get it.
  • Vivados
fuck man are you serious, he's just sampling?
  • hulk
One of my favourite Vsnares releases.
  • VariesWent
The feeling of solitude and sadness runs straight through this album, although some might say that some of the compositions are melancholic for the sake of it. The beats are as you would expect from Mr Funk, frantic, organic and all done in weird 7 beat time signatures. Track 3 (Gloomy Sunday) makes excellent use of an old croon sample, and builds up to one of the most apocalyptic climaxes i've heard in a long time. Maybe it isn't consistently jungle orientated, but it is an excellent listen, and makes excellent use of classical elements.
  • Dreladred
At the first glance this album may seem to be a mixture of incompatible sounds and technics, employed just in order to make breakcore clatter in an even more bizarre, unusual and - when it comes to the classical music - impudent way. But nothing could be as wrong as such claims. Neither violins, nor talking to birds should earn this VS release its credit :) Nor even hungarian title(s) as one might think. What makes this album a work of art is the very feeling it gives, melancholy, a cathartic mood, springing from both extremes: dark, scary sounds, heavy percussion and heartbroken strings. These diversities complement one another in an unpredictible tension, in a sort of dialectics, that should remain unresolved forever. Aaron Funk is not only a gifted breakcore artist, he is a talented musician, with a perfect sense of harmony and willingness to pursue new terrains of the bliss we call Music..."Rossz Csillag Alatt Született" is a masterpiece.
  • fightnight
I've been following Venetian Snares since his love-a-track, skip-a-track days. I don't doubt that Venetian Snares has a large number of fans on the audio terrorism circuit, but I tend to like my things with a bit less insane edge while still exploring complex rhythm and melodies. I've never doubted his extreme talent, but a lot of his releases are too "hard" for my tastes. I read somewhere that the title of this album translates to "Born Under a Bad Star," and that is certainly the feeling you get when listening to the album. It is one part orchestral, one part insane drum programming, and one part waking nightmare. Every single track fits in at least one of three categories: sinister, melancholy, or angry. Often songs will fit into more than one of those containers, but from start to finish this album is the best "dark" album I have ever heard. It messes with your mind, furrows your brow and gets your blood pumping. Though the year isn't over yet, I think this is probably the best album I bought in 2005.
  • Tansino
this album is little more than someone applying break-ish drumlines over "sad" and "epic" orchestra samples to make kids think that its somehow more mature and enveloping than something else, and that its "deeper" than his previous work (it's not). i was told that he played violin on this album. but you know, a lot of people can play violin. and a lot of people add it to their music. its not rocket science. it doesnt further prove that this album is great. it sounds like sloppily made breakbeats and typical percussive elements that have been used to death by venetian snares, now with gothic orchestra sample pack hits coupled with a sparse approach to chalk up emotional factor. but it even fails to do that for me--it feels utterly insincere and emotionally flat.
  • Aradwyn
A brilliant offering. Sometimes haunting, and always beautiful. At times this album reminds me of Kronos Quartet's work with Clint Mansell for the Requiem For A Dream soundtrack (listen to Felbomlaszt Mentökocsi and tell me it isn't so!). The departure from Funk's usual frantic breakcore/drill'n'bass is more than welcome when its presented with such ambition and flair. A definite must hear, and likely destined to become a modern classic of the genre.
  • Humin
This is something serious. The album combines classical style with breakcore. And it makes it real good. The hungarian name of the songs are intresting too. And here are the names translated: rossz csillag alatt született: it was born under a bad start. that means in hungarian, that something or someone goes with really bad luck from the beginning. sikertelenség: unsuccessfulness. szerencsétlen: unlucky. öngyilkos vasárnap: suicid sunday. felbomlasztott mentõkocsi: disintegrated ambulance. hajnal: dawn. galamb egyedül: pigeon alone. the verb is missing, so when you read is, you have some feeling too that something is missing. in such form the sequence of words is weird too. második galamb: second pigeon. the disturbance from the name of the track before is gone. szamár madár: donkey bird / jackass bird. donkey could be an epithet or a noun too. hiszékeny: credulous. kétsarkú mozgalom: two poled movement. senki dala: song of no one. Of course some of the terms could have second meanings, but after translating the words, i have the opinion, that the titles were originally in english, and then they were translated to hungarian.
  • ladushka
Extremely solid composition, beautiful instruments, and some truly epic songs. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something new, original, and highly enjoyable. Beautiful orchestral music overlayed with addictive beats and breaks. Very cool.
  • Ziena
"Rossz Csillag Allat Született" is Aaron Funk's most ambitious work to date. This album got a different feeling. Maybe because of the Hungarian strings maybe the fact of Aaron himself have played violin on several tracks of the album. The point is that "Rossz Csillag Allat Született" is Venetian Snares in a very mature, dramatic way, testing new environments, new sonorities and trying to stay away from the pitiful label called "breakcore". His music is way too solid and diversified to be labeled in one single style. "Rossz Csillag Allat Született" is the confirmation of Aaron Funk's new directions. 10 (out of 10)