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Freq.Nasty - Freq's Geeks & Mutilations FLAC album

Tracklist

Sub-conscious 2:03
Boomin' Back Atcha 6:30
FreQ-A-Zoid 5:03
SE15 4:26
Revolution Inc 5:02
Mindsweeper 5:14
Crypt-City Of The Bassless One 1:01
I Was Made For Loving You 4:05
Check It Out 4:56
Inner Minds Eye 5:20
Incredible Accoustic Properties 6:30
Underglass (Rmx) 5:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BOS2CDLP007 Freq.Nasty* Freq's Geeks & Mutilations ‎(CD, Album) Botchit & Scarper BOS2CDLP007 UK 1999
BOS2LP007 Freq. Nasty* Freq's Geeks & Mutilations ‎(3x12", Album) Botchit & Scarper BOS2LP007 UK 1999
BOS2CDLP007 freQ.Nasty* Freq's Geeks & Mutilations ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Smplr) Botchit & Scarper BOS2CDLP007 UK 1999


Freq.Nasty - Freq's Geeks & Mutilations FLAC album

Musician performer: Freq.Nasty

Title: Freq's Geeks & Mutilations

Country: UK

Date of release: 1999

Style: Breakbeat

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1734 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 847

Other Formats: APE RA RA AAC AHX DTS VOC

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Some deep, phat and heavy breaks from Freq.Nasty -- just listening to them will make your mouth water. Simultaneously catchy and butt-rattling, these tracks will rattle your speakers and turn your brain to mush (in a good way). “Boomin’ Back Atcha” goes straight into outer space and back with smooth delivery by Phoebe One; “Freq-a-Zoid” throws down some vocoder electro; and “Revolution Inc” works that funky bass. His instrumentals are just as good: “Mindsweeper” has some darkness coursing through it, while “Inner Minds Eye” has a mysterious vocal sample (from Attica Blues) floating beneath it. “I Was Made for Loving You” blends nu-soul and futuristic breaks into a delicious cocktail. Freq’s Geeks & Mutilations is great album altogether.
Dobpota
Some deep, phat and heavy breaks from Freq.Nasty -- just listening to them will make your mouth water. Simultaneously catchy and butt-rattling, these tracks will rattle your speakers and turn your brain to mush (in a good way). “Boomin’ Back Atcha” goes straight into outer space and back with smooth delivery by Phoebe One; “Freq-a-Zoid” throws down some vocoder electro; and “Revolution Inc” works that funky bass. His instrumentals are just as good: “Mindsweeper” has some darkness coursing through it, while “Inner Minds Eye” has a mysterious vocal sample (from Attica Blues) floating beneath it. “I Was Made for Loving You” blends nu-soul and futuristic breaks into a delicious cocktail. Freq’s Geeks & Mutilations is great album altogether.