Fridge ‎– EPH Reissue

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1-1 Ark 7:56
1-2 Meum 1:50
1-3 Transience 4:31
1-4 Of 5:45
1-5 Tuum 1:05
1-6 Bad Ischl
Saxophone, Violin – Emmma*
6:29
1-7 Yttrium 3:47
1-8 Aphelion
Violin – Emmma*
9:58
2-1 Kinoshita 5:03
2-2 Terasaka
Trumpet – Tom Spencer (2)
10:41
2-3 Of (Version) 5:15
2-4 Of (Remix) 8:42
2-5 Of (Edit) 7:55
2-6 Of (Dub) 8:38
2-7 Ark (Herbert's Fully Flooded Mix)
Remix – Herbert*
6:46
2-8 Bad Ischl (Springverb Remix By P Pulsinger)
Remix – Patrick Pulsinger
5:07

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℗&© Go!Beat

Written, performed and produced in The Green Room, March 1999.
All tracks published by Universal Music except 1-1 and 1-6 published by Universal/Zomba Music Publishing

Track 1-1 contains a sample of "Force of Evil" as recorded by Colin Towns.
Track 1-6 contains a sample of "Battle Of The Titans" as recorded by John Cameron (2).
Both tracks are courtesy of and under license from Marlowlynn Ltd./A The Chappell Recorded Music Library.

Issued in a standard double CD jewel case with insert sheet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): BEL001-4GM FRIDGE EPH REISSUE CD 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): BEL001-5GM FRIDGE EPH REISSUE CD 2

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
547 114-2 Fridge Eph(CD, Album) Go! Beat 547 114-2 UK 1999 Sell This Version
547114-2 DJ Fridge Eph(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Go! Beat 547114-2 DJ UK Unknown Sell This Version
547 114-1 Fridge Eph(LP, Album) Go! Beat 547 114-1 Europe 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 11, 2004

Now the post-rock has basically lost all its meaning, how would one describe Fridge’s <I>Eph</I> album? This reissue includes an additional disc with the EPs and singles that were associated with the original release on Go! Beat. The album itself, however, is a stunning combination of electronics and guitar music. It was fusion before fusion was the norm. “Ark” layers the sounds underneath the main guitar line, while “Of” drifts with a summery melody -- summer in Norway, that is. “Aphelion” adds in some strings for an orchestra feel. On the second disc, “Terasaka” has a quiet house beat underneath the electronic squelches, guitar plucking, and horns. Herbert puts an abstract house spin on “Ark” -- a very typical mix for him, with the cut-ups and layers of sound. Meanwhile, Patrick Pulsinger, makes “Bad Ischl” downtempo, with plenty of sounds to keep your ears happy. This re-release has definitely been overdue.