Freddy Fresh ‎– Accidentally Classic

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Harthouse ‎– HH CD 023
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1 The Flow 3:35
2 Gimme 5:38
3 Barogue 8:38
4 Dilema 5:21
5 Hey 5:35
6 Chupacabbra
Music By, Words By – Frederick SchmidVocals – Federico Fresh*
5:40
7 Fat Beat 1:00
8 Bum Bum 5:58
9 Cherrish Electronique 3:03
10 Open Spaces
Performer [With] – Paul Mix
6:33
11 Ah 3:18
12 Represent 4:10
13 Flava 4:55
14 Portion
Loops – Paul Mix
4:58
15 Menagerie 4:53

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℗ 1996 Eye Q Music
© 1996 Eye Q Music

Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe

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  • Barcode (Text): 4 024258 002322
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4024258002322
  • Matrix / Runout: HHCD023.2 WME
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L012
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05A9
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 5305

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BigBeat25

BigBeat25

April 26, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

"Accidentally Classic" is such a beautiful masterpiece of genuine electronic music.
It's repetitive, therefore it's not made for everyone. But it doesn't matter, since you can listen to this album anywhere.
The breakbeats are not too much quiet, but not too much loud as well (unlike in Junkie XL or Fatboy Slim's releases, for example).
Each track has his own atmosphere, from the darkness ("Barogue") to the magnificence of "Open Spaces", which is definitely my favorite track here. You also have his Puerto Rico influence in "Chupacabbra", that's where he used to live with his family when "Accidentally Classic" came out.
However, if this is your first Freddy Fresh album, I would rather recommend his following CD "The Last True Family Man", which is more diversified and accessible.
In the book, it's written that this record may confuse the listener. It's not confusion, it is called inspiration and, beyond that, creativity.
Mr. Schmid, we salute you. Have fun !