Various ‎– Freezone 4 - Dangerous Lullabies

SSR Records ‎– SSR 187, Crammed Discs ‎– SSR 187
Freezone – 4
CD, Compilation
CD, Compilation, Enhanced

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1-1 Basement Jaxx Space Pin
Producer – Basement JaxxWritten-By – Felix B*, Ratcliffe*
1-2 Thievery Corporation One
Producer, Written-By – Eric Hilton, Rob Garza
1-3 Flytronix Offset Acoustics
Producer, Written-By – Flytronix
1-4 Rhythm & Sound Never Tell You (Version Edit)
Producer, Written-By – Rhythm & Sound
1-5 Four Ears Columbus (Avenue Of The Americas)
Producer, Written-By – Curt Nolte, Bym Stempka*
1-6 Tosca The Key
Producer, Written-By – R. Dorfmeister*, R. Huber*
1-7 Dimitri From Paris Lust In Space
Producer, Written-By – Dimitri From Paris
1-8 Funki Porcini Trip To Nowhere
Producer, Written-By – Funki Porcini
1-9 Endemic Void Enlightenment
Producer, Written-By – Endemic Void
1-10 Morphine (2) Supersex (Snooze & Morpheus Remix)
Producer – Paul Q. KolderieProducer, Written-By – Mark SandmanRemix – DJ Morpheus, Snooze
1-11 Stasis Once Around The Moon
Producer – Paul Teebrooke*
2-1 Only Child Blowin' It
Producer – Steve ChristianProducer, Written-By – Only Child
2-2 Morgan Geist I Want To...
Producer, Written-By – Morgan Geist
2-3 Jordan Fields Night Of The Living Blenders
Producer, Written-By – Jordan Fields
2-4 Carl Craig It Could Be G
Producer, Written-By – Carl Craig
2-5 Jimpster Through The Surface
Producer, Written-By – Jamie Odell
2-6 Treva Whateva Tum And Waist
Producer, Mixed By – Phil Kirby, Treva WhatevaWritten-By – Mark Crunden-White
2-7 Herbert* vs Love From San Francisco Young At Heart
Producer, Written-By – Charles Webster, Herbert*
2-8 Crewmunity Boneskin
Producer, Written-By – PlaidScratches – Scratch Daddy Addy
2-9 Stade Starting Block
Engineer, Mixed By – Patrick DuvoisinProducer – StadeWritten-By – P. Audétat*
2-10 Juryman vs Spacer R.S.I.
Producer – Juryman, SpacerWritten-By – Ian Simmonds, Luke Gordon
2-11 ⓟeace Orchestra* 10
Arranged By, Written-By – Peter Kruder
2-12 No Artist Zoned (The Freezone Multimedia Track)

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Freezone 4 - Dangerous Lullabies
More tales from the valley of depth.
Escape from pigeonhole hell.
Fight for your right to blend.
2 Dangerous 2 lull ; 2 seductive 2 threaten.

This compilation:
(P) 1997 SSR freezone/Crammed Discs
(C) 1997 SSR freezone/Crammed Discs

Track 1-1: Copyright control (p) Atlantic Jaxx Recordings
Track 1-2: Published by Garza & Eric Hilton at ESL Studios / Courtesy of Eighteenth Street Lounge Music (p) Thievery Corporation
Track 1-3: Copyright control (p) Moving Shadow Record Company
Track 1-4: Published by BCP/BMG UFA (p) Burial Mix/Basic Channel
Track 1-5: Published by Polygram Songs (p) Compost Records
Track 1-6: Published by G-Stone/FA Huber Music (p) G-Stone Recordings
Track 1-7: Produced and written for La French House Of Entertainment / Published by Blonde Music (p) Dimitri From Paris
Track 1-8: Copyright control / Admin. by Just Isn't Music (p) Funki Porcini
Track 1-9: Published by Les Editions de la Bascule (p) Language/Crammed Discs
Track 1-10: Remixed at Home Not At Home Studio / Published by Heads With Wings/Pubco (BMI) (p) Rykodisc
Track 1-11: Copyright control / Recorded at the Other World (p) Other World Production
Track 2-1: Copyright control (p) Only Child
Track 2-2: Published by Hydroelectric Music (p) Environ
Track 2-3: Published by Les Editions de la Bascule (p) SSR/Crammed Discs
Track 2-4: Published by Planet E Communications Inc. (Ascap) (p) Planet E Communications, Inc.
Track 2-5: Published by Bleuprint Music Publishing (p) Freerange Records
Track 2-6: Copyright control (p) Pleasure Records
Track 2-7: Published by Perfect Songs/Copyright control (p) Herbert/Webster
Track 2-8: Published by Warp/EMI (p) Warp
Track 2-9: Engineered and mixed at Studio Shazam, Geneva / Published by Unik Editions (p) Five Star Recordings
Track 2-10: Published by Les Editions de la Bascule (p) SSR/Crammed Discs
Track 2-11: Written, arranged & conducted for G-Stone Entertainment / Recorded at G-Stone Studio 1 / Published by G-Stoned Music (p) G-Stone Recordings
Track 2-12: An executable file produced by Niew, created by Achim Bauweiler & Bert Van Den Bosch (p) Niew Studio/SSR

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 410377 587106
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 (Variant 1)): A0100215602-0102 44 A6 [DADC AUSTRIA logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 (Variant 2)): A0100215602-0102 44 A4 [DADC AUSTRIA logo]
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 (Variant 1 & 2)): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 (Variant 2)): IFPI 94X5
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 (Variant 1)): A0100215602-0202 34 A2 [DADC AUSTRIA logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 (Variant 2)): A0100215602-0202 34 A1 [DADC AUSTRIA logo]
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2 (Variant 1 & 2)): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 (Variant 2)): IFPI 94G6
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM™ - GEMA
  • Label Code: LC8689
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94G1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SMA 487972-2 Various Freezone 4: Dangerous Lullabies(CD, Comp + CD, Comp, Enh) Small SMA 487972-2 France 1997 Sell This Version
SSR 187 LP Various Freezone 4 - Dangerous Lullabies(4x12", Comp) SSR Records SSR 187 LP Belgium 1997 Sell This Version


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January 5, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
A good compilation, with good variaty. A couple of tracks are very exciting and I like the occasional humorous approach (some lyrics and the notes on the casing are rather funny). I find the majority of tracks quite enjoyable and some standouts made it very worthwhile for me, so I'm glad I bought it.
Personal favourites: Columbus, Trip To Nowhere, Boneskin (!), and Young At Heart.


February 16, 2009

Overall, what we have here is a very nice selection of downtempo tracks. Apart from two or three more Housey/Drum & Bass tracks, the mood is set to 'off': this is new Lounge music, with a couple of references to the spage age (Dimitri From Paris, Stasis) and the idle class (Morphine) for example.
Some of the songs are excellent: none of them can't be dated easily: the contemporary feel still works more than 10 years after the release of this compilation.
The only thing I dislike is the editing and sequencing job between some tracks, which I think was absolutely not necessary. The enhanced section is funny, but I am still wondering about the purpose of it, as it doesn't bring anything new to the musical content.