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    FREq (2)Gosub 20

    Label:Iboga Records – IBOGACD41
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Land:Denmark
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    Genre:Electronic
    Stil:Psy-Trance, Progressive Trance

    Trackliste

    1FREq (2)Bazil (Brush Mix)8:25
    2FREq (2)Space Noodle6:44
    3FREq (2)Silent Circuits10:05
    4FREq (2)Byte Me7:50
    5FREq (2)Stone Shaker9:52
    6FREq (2)Beatstreet8:27
    7FREq (2)What, A Feeling ?
    VocalsBeccy (2)
    6:38
    8NyquistSingularity Part II
    Written-By, ProducerNyquist
    4:39
    9Simple Harmonic MotionAisha
    VocalsBeccy (2)
    Vocals [Additional]Lotus (3)
    Written-By, ProducerSimple Harmonic Motion
    6:34
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    Track 8 w&p by Nyquist (Aran Gallagher & B.Hartless).
    Track 9 w&p by Simple Harmonic Motion (Aran Gallagher).

    Mastered by HiHat studios : Sweden 2006

    Stone Shaker contains samples from (Hey You) The Rock Steady Crew

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    • Barcode (String): 5704207112041
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    • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A656117-01
    • Mastering-SID-Code: ifpi L573
    • Rechtegesellschaft: BIEM / n©b

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    Skeleton-Man
    Vor 15 Jahren bearbeitet
    I'm a big fan of Strange Attractors and so I had big expectations for Freq's follow up. So, Is Aran able to live up to the splendor of SA?

    Well, yes and no. I like G20, but it's different from SA. It seems Aran this time around wanted to keep things more smooth. Where SA opened with two monster dance tracks and, generally, had a more aggresive vibe to it, G20 is more subtle. Mostly, anyway, and the result for me is an album I can't really put my finger on. It flows, but there aren't many surprises and the result at times may seem a little bleak. At least when compared to the fanfare of goosebump moments that was SA.

    Still, fans of progressive ought not hesitate ordering G20. Aran still has a firm grip on all the essentials and I also have the feeling this could be an album that grows on you. The sounds are as rich and fat as ever and the more I hear it, the more details I discover. All in all, I guess a safe purchase with potential :o)