Fanu ‎– Homefree



Fanu Amok
Silentium Hangman's Lullaby (Fanu Remix)
Fanu For Those Who Dream (Vector Burn Remix)
Fanu Feat. Swervez & BBA Cry 4 U
Fanu Bringing Out The Evil
Fanu You May Fall But Don't Hide Your Face
Fanu Burning The Bridge
Fanu Homefree
The New Law Feat. Fanu Showdown

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LIGHTLESSLP002 Fanu Homefree(3x12", Album) Lightless Recordings LIGHTLESSLP002 Finland 2009 Sell This Version
LIGHTLESSCD002 Fanu Homefree(14xFile, FLAC, Album) Lightless Recordings LIGHTLESSCD002 Finland 2009
LIGHTLESSCD002 Fanu Homefree(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Lightless Recordings LIGHTLESSCD002 Finland 2009


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January 7, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Homefree, 3x12", Album, LIGHTLESSLP002
Very nice album, the sound of the breaks is IMHO little bit too messy though. More experimental as it looks like! Full of emotions which is not that often nowadays.
I love Amok and Cry4U...

Cry4U uses vocal from the song No Ordinary Love by Sade from 1992. Some of the vocals were also sampled by DJ TeeBee in his track Lifeless on Creative Source.
Or is it actually the same tune sung by anohter singer? Sounds like Sade for me.


February 28, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Homefree, 3x12", Album, LIGHTLESSLP002

Still damn good!


August 13, 2009
referencing Homefree, 3x12", Album, LIGHTLESSLP002

Once again, damn solid performance from Fanu. He delivers the mad brakes companied with the trademark atmospheric works. The apparent hits from the album is probably "Cry4U" (which could have been named better) and "Homefree".

This is not an entirely drum'n'bass album, but rather some experimental breaks. None of the tracks compare to masterpieces like "Siren Song", but this still delivers. Flawless work, in a category of it's own. The album moves into darker territory at the end with Vector Burn remixes, some wicked darkstep tunes there.

"Cry4U" is definitely a soulful piece, which is kind of refreshing on this otherwise quite dark album.

4½ out of 5.