Collaboration between Robert Fripp, Thomas Fehlmann, Kris Weston (aka Thrash), and Alex Paterson. Fripp was a founding member of King Crimson, and the other three were all members of The Orb (though Thrash would soon depart from the group.) The group name and album title is taken from the initials of the four members: Fripp, Fehlmann, Weston, and D.A.R. Paterson (Alex Paterson's full name is Duncan Alexander Robert Paterson) and is a reference to the "fast forward" function on a cassette or compact disc player. The album peaked at #48 in the UK Albums Chart in August 1994.

F: Fehlmann
F: Fripp
W: Weston
D: Dr Lx


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December 10, 2020
Robert Fripp with The Orb? OMG! How come I haven't heard it yet?


July 1, 2003
Supposedly this was to be an ongoing series of albums recorded every so often over so many years (all very numeric in nature).
A lot of odd coincidences and things also turned up over the course of this albums concept to completion.
Ambient supergroup indeed. fantastic album.

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