Fauna Flash ‎– Fusion

Compost Records ‎– Compost 090-2
CD, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mother Nature
Vocals, Effects [Special Fx] – Martin "Sugar B" Forster*
2 Percussion 6:27
3 Free
Lyrics By [Text], Vocals – Deidra Jones
4 Tel Aviv
Saxophone – Johannes Enders
5 Alone Again 6:08
6 Referee 6:35
7 Ten
Vocals – Deidra Jones
8 Morning
Lyrics By [Text], Vocals – Marzenka*
9 Sunday At The Getty 6:32
10 Question
Lyrics By – Ogunleye*, Kölblinger*, Ongeri*Recorded By [Vocals], Producer [Vocals] – Rodney HunterVocals – Aphrodelics

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Track 1: vocals and fx recorded at Swoundsound Studio Vienna
Track 9: drums recorded at Downhill Studio, Munich (special thanks to Thomas Peschel)
Track 10: vocals recorded and produced at Uptight Studios Vienna
Mastered at Metropolis

Packaged in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 67548 50232 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 667548502320
  • Matrix / Runout: SNA 1 / COMPOST 090-2 11020063
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L602
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1A93
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 1A94
  • Label Code: LC 02518
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COMPOST 090-1 Fauna Flash Fusion(2xLP, Album, Gat) Compost Records COMPOST 090-1 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
CPT 090-1 Fauna Flash Fusion(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) Compost Records CPT 090-1 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
AICT 162 Fauna Flash Fusion(CD, Album) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 162 Japan 2001 Sell This Version



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April 28, 2004

<I>Fusion</I>, the second album from Fauna Flash, has them abandoning the drum ‘n’ bass that marked their first album in favor of downtempo and breaks. In fact, fusion is an appropriate description for the album as a whole, since they’re expressing all sorts of musical influences: “Mother Nature” has a light dub feel (no doubt aided by the ragga chanting), while “Percussion” throws in some Latin horns and bongos. “Free” is sweet and delicate with Lawrence Welk strings before it moves into in some discordant synths; “Ten” goes for a house tempo underlaid with a dark bassline; and “Sunday at the Getty” is a double-bass driven slice of future jazz. Ending the album with the rap over “Question” is most likely a misstep, but this album definitely stands out among its peers.