Freeloaders ‎– Northwest Coast

Sunburn Records ‎– 54288-2, Lightyear Entertainment ‎– 54288-2
CD, Album

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1 Konvertible (Jazz Mix)
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Tony QuigleyProducer – Martin Moscrop
2 RU Ready?
Producer – Freeloaders
3 Sugar
Producer, Guitar – Martin Moscrop
4 Express
Edited By [Edits] – Andy RobinsonProducer – Martin Moscrop
5 WD40
Producer – Freeloaders
6 Rok Automatik
Edited By [Edits] – Andy RobinsonProducer – Martin Moscrop
7 ReStyle
Edited By [Edits] – Andy RobinsonProducer – Martin Moscrop
8 Drop The Bass
Producer – Martin Moscrop
9 AcidStyle
Edited By [Edits] – Andy RobinsonProducer – Martin Moscrop
10 The End
Edited By [Edits] – Andy RobinsonProducer – Martin Moscrop

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Information from Sunburn Recordings website: Catalog Number: SPF19005

©℗1998 Sunburn Recordings LLC
A Lightyear Entertainment Release
Manufactured & printed in the USA. Distribution in the U.S. by WEA

The copyright in these recordings is owned by Pleasure Records

All tracks produced by Martin Moscrop for Soundstation Productions, Manchester except 2 & 5 produced by Freeloaders
Edits on 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10 by Andy Robinson at Primetime, Manchester.

©1998 All tracks published by copyright control

Mastered by Michael Romanowski at Rocket Lab LLC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 85365 42882 9
  • Other (ISBN): 1-56896-317-3
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT iƒpi L903 Y5451 3 54288-2 02 M1S3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L903
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U30



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May 11, 2004

The Freeloaders’ debut album, <I>Northwest Coast</I>, is a direct extension of the entire Hardkiss empire, taking acid lines and supplementing them with the hippie-harmonious melodies that mark the whole San Francisco scene. For instance, “Sugar,” indeed, is sweet, while “Express” goes for more straightforward acid, but without being banging. But if banging is what you want, then “Rok Automatik” will be more your taste. “Drop the Bass” sounds like it came straight out of a warehouse, circa 1992. Overall, though, it’s an OK album, pleasant enough, but nothing unique or exciting here.