Frisky Warlock ‎– Trespasser / Fingerprints

2 Play Records ‎– 2PLAY009
Vinyl, 12"


A Trespasser 7:54
B Fingerprints 7:17



Published by Talpa Music / Gues Music

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2play009 Frisky Warlock Trespasser / Fingerprints(12", TP, W/Lbl, Sti) 2 Play Records 2play009 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version
2P009 Frisky Warlock Trespasser / Fingerprints(CDr, Single) 2 Play Records 2P009 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version



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June 27, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

After some brilliant productions like I Feel, Kenetic or Rising Angel to mention a few of them, 2 Play records surprised me again with a BRILLIANT TechTrance double production made by Freek Geuze, a debutant musician who teamed up with the half of Cygnific a year ago, now comes solo to bring us two excellent produced tracks made exclusively for the dancefloor.
I must note that both tracks have been produced without leaving any detail and even if the tracks are kinda explosive, both are made with the non commercial distinctive and that is easily appreciated when we got the pleasure to hear both of them.
On the A side we find the gem of the vinyl. Trespasser is a very fast track, about 145bpm, with a powerful beat and some hihats on the way, the break has 2 minutes of duration aproximately and when the Techy melody comes the crowd will go nuts for sure with this one (at least I went when i heard it :P)!
The B side (Fingerprints) is a little, just a little more light when it begins, but when the breakdown and the melody comes it sounds like the A side, like a dancefloor bomb! Even if i said the B side is more light, both tracks are made for the dancefloor and to make the people go crazy, so both sides will make this work for sure.

Sincerly, I got no words to say how impressive is this vinyl. I must give my congratulations to Freek Geuze and 2 Play Records because of its brilliant work, producing and publishing this two excelent tracks. They just proved with that release, that a high bpm can be linked with an accurate and quality production and that is really good for the TechTrance panorama. Thanks, Freek!