Fred Giannelli

Real Name:
Fred Giannelli
American electronic musician, born 1960 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. He began experimenting with electronics in the late '70s as Turning Tranz, but a 1984 meeting with Psychic TV's Genesis P. Orridge at his local radio station changed his direction. By 1988, Giannelli was part of the group, working on Techno Acid Beat and Kondole. He gradually separated himself from Psychic TV and began working on the Plus 8 label with Richie Hawtin as Spawn. Under the Plus 8 banner, he later formed the Telepathic label for his own industrial/techno recordings as the Acid Didj, Giannelli, Deneuve and Mazdaratti (which are collected on Telepathic's Telepathic Wisdom, Vol. 1.)
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Sähkö-011 Fred Giannelli - Telepathic Romance album art Fred Giannelli Telepathic Romance(CD, Album) Sähkö Recordings Sähkö-011 Finland 1996 Sell This Version
TELEPATH003 Fred Giannelli - Thee Saddist Musick In Thee World album art Fred Giannelli Thee Saddist Musick In Thee World(File, MP3, 320) Telepathica Communication TELEPATH003 US 2007

Singles & EPs

WAX 8166 Fred Giannelli - Fred album art Fred* Fred (EP) Wax Trax! Records WAX 8166 US 1991 Sell This Version
WAX 9185 Fred Giannelli - Rosebud Remixes album art Fred* Rosebud Remixes (Maxi) Wax Trax! Records WAX 9185 US 1992 Sell This Version
PSI 002 Fred Giannelli - The Acid Didj album art Mark Robson, Fred* Mark Robson, Fred* - The Acid Didj(12") Telepathic Recordings PSI 002 US 1992 Sell This Version
PSI 007 Fred Giannelli - Salacious / Eloquence album art Fred Giannelli Salacious / Eloquence(12") Telepathic Recordings PSI 007 US 1993 Sell This Version
PSI 013 Fred Giannelli - Buzzed album art Fred Giannelli Buzzed(12") Telepathic Recordings PSI 013 US 1994 Sell This Version
PSI 015 Fred Giannelli - Sorcery album art Fred Giannelli Sorcery Telepathic Recordings PSI 015 US 1995 Sell This Version
PSI 022 Fred Giannelli - The Fred Giannelli Organization album art Fred Giannelli The Fred Giannelli Organization Telepathic Recordings PSI 022 US 1996 Sell This Version
superstition 2068 Fred Giannelli - 1st Premonition album art Fred Giannelli 1st Premonition Superstition superstition 2068 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
SUP 2059 Fred Giannelli - Management (Remixes) album art Fred Gianelli* Management (Remixes) Superstition SUP 2059 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
LAB 98002 Fred Giannelli - Main Tenance album art Fred Gianelli* Main Tenance Labworks Germany LAB 98002 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
TITE07 Fred Giannelli - Yoni Warship album art Fred Giannelli Yoni Warship Tektite Recordings TITE07 UK 2000 Sell This Version
DUSTV003 Fred Giannelli - Telepathica EP album art Fred Giannelli Telepathica EP (EP) Dust Science Recordings DUSTV003 UK 2005 Sell This Version


PSI 011 CD Fred Giannelli - Telepathic Wisdom Vol. 1 album art Fred Giannelli Telepathic Wisdom Vol. 1 (Comp) Telepathic Recordings PSI 011 CD US 1994 Sell This Version
SUPERSTITION 2062 Fred Giannelli - Telepathic Wisdom Vol. 2 album art Fred Giannelli Telepathic Wisdom Vol. 2(CD, Comp) Superstition SUPERSTITION 2062 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
TELEPATH002 Fred Giannelli The Complete Acid Didj(10xFile, WAV, Comp) Telepathica Communication TELEPATH002 US 2007

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January 2, 2014
edited over 8 years ago
Might be a master at his craft, However his behavior recently esp attacking Gen on Youtube and other places.. leads me to think that, losing his mind... let it go sir! & grow up.


April 19, 2004
Fred is a brilliant techno producer and live act. His discography is far more comprehensive than listed in here, but not even he himself has a comprehensive release list of all his recordings. While his former band Psychic TV is said to have invented the term and the style "acid house" then this is Fred´s work. His releases do not seem to get boring or repeat themselves, also there´s a huge list of collaborations he´s done (r. hawtin, c. lekebusch, just to name a few). and - for me - the most important point of all: fred shows much humour, in real life as well as in his releases. a highlight surely was his release "R. U. Xperienced" as Careese & Sickmob, where he covered the Jimi Hendrix classic. The vocals were done by a little girl (one of the daughters of Genesis P-Orridge), and now imagine this girl voice singing: "Are you experienced? Have you ever been experienced? Well i am." - That´s what i meant with humour and thats what makes Fred so great.


March 18, 2004
This man is a true musical genious. From his work with Psychic TV to the work on his solo material and remixes, the man is one of the true masters of techno and deserves alot more respect then he gets.

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