Freq.Nasty* ‎– Freq's Geeks & Mutilations

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Botchit & Scarper ‎– BOS2CDLP007
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1 Sub-conscious 2:03
2 Boomin' Back Atcha
Written-By, Featuring – Phoebe One
6:30
3 FreQ-A-Zoid 5:03
4 SE15 4:26
5 Revolution Inc
Written-By, Featuring – Akure Wall
5:02
6 Mindsweeper 5:14
7 Crypt-City Of The Bassless One
Producer [Additional] – BLIM*
1:01
8 I Was Made For Loving You
Guitar – Neil "Subphonic" Pollard*Vocals – Amazirée*Written-By – Desmond Child, Paul Stanley, Vine Pontcia*
4:05
9 Check It Out
Written-By, Featuring – Skibbadee*
4:56
10 Inner Minds Eye 5:20
11 Incredible Accoustic Properties
Engineer, Mixed By – Paul Ramjack*
6:30
12 Underglass (Rmx)
Producer [Additional] – BLIM*
5:19

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed BySRD

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cartoon Figures By] – Wayne@Snooze
  • Artwork By [Graphic Design] – TJ
  • Executive Producer, Artwork By [Art Director] – FreQ. Nasty
  • Written-By, Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByD. McFadyen*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 83519 10072 2
  • Matrix / Runout: 3038-01VP BOSCD2LP007 PROSOFT LOGISTICS I 9071431
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055

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

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 11, 2004

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. <I>Freq’s Geeks & Mutilations</I> is great album altogether.