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Freeform Five - Strangest Things album mp3

Freeform Five - Strangest Things album mp3

Performer: Freeform Five
Title: Strangest Things
Country: UK
Released: 2005
Style: Pop Rock, House, Breaks, Ragga HipHop, Electro, Synth-pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 260

Freeform Five is an English electronic group led by DJ, producer, and songwriter Anu Pillai. It was his remix of Isolee’s "Beau Mot Plage" in 1999 that alerted many to this group. The Freeform Five DJ mix albums Bisous Bisous II and Misch Masch were released in 2005 and 2006. Over the years, Anu has remixed tracks for artist such as N E R D, Brian Wilson, X-Press 2 and David Byrne, Jamie Lidell, Justin Timberlake, Felix Da Housecat and The Killers. The 2004 studio album Strangest Things followed a series of vinyl-only releases including "Perspex Sex", "Electromagnetic" and "Eeeeaaooww". The song No More Conversations was re-released in 2007 with a new Mylo remix. In addition to his own work, Anu writes and produces with other artists such as Lewis Capaldi, Ladyhawke (musician), Lana Del Rey, and Little Boots.

6. No More Conversations. 7. What Do I Want From You? 8. Let Me Down. Strangest Things ‎(CD, Album, Enh). Ultimate Dilemma, Atlantic. FOR 8040 2. Freeform Five. Strangest Things Parts 1 & 2 ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp).

Features Song Lyrics for Freeform Five's Strangest Things album. Freeform Five - Strangest Things Album Lyrics. 1. No More Conversations Lyrics.

Freeform Five - Strangest things Du. 4v. Freeform Five - No More Conversations. No More Conversations (Mylo Remix).

Artists Freeform Five Strangest Things Strangest Things (Grand National remix). Strangest Things (Grand National remix) Freeform Five. Unknown Submit Tempo. Electromagnetic (Lindstrøm's Unreleased remix). Eeeeaaooww (radio Slave vocal mix). What Do I Want From You? (Heaven 17 remix). No More Conversations (Richard X remix).

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Strangest Things Part 1
1-1 Electromagnetic
Electric Guitar, Synthesizer, Technician [Vocal Processing] – Anu PillaiMixed By – Jimmy DouglassProgrammed By [Additional] – Yoad NevoVocals – Cabba, Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Felix Howard
1-2 Eeeeaaooww
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Daniel FosterElectric Guitar, Synthesizer, Vocals – Anu PillaiMixed By – Pete Hoffman*Trombone – Barnaby DickinsonTrumpet – Chris StorrVocals – Cabba, Nick Decosemo, Tamara Barnett-HerrinVocals, Featuring – Bounty KillerWritten-By – Anu Pillai, R. Price*
1-3 What Do I Want From You?
Backing Vocals – Martyn Ware, Tamara Barnett-HerrinDrums – Peter HuntingtonElectric Guitar – Tim HuttonEngineer – Mike PelanconiMixed By – Jimmy DouglassSynthesizer – Vince ClarkeSynthesizer, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar – Anu PillaiVocals – Nick DecosemoWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Martyn Ware, Vince Clarke
1-4 Losing My Control
Backing Vocals – Nick DecosemoBass Guitar – Dale Davis Electric Guitar – Ian BarterMixed By – Jimmy DouglassSynthesizer, Backing Vocals – Anu PillaiVocals – Cabba, Tamara Barnett-HerrinVocals [Additional], Featuring – Lateef The Truth SpeakerWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Karen Poole, Lateef Daumont
1-5 Easy
Acoustic Guitar – Nigel HoyleArranged By [String Arrangement] – Stephen HusseyCello – Adrian Bradbury, Chris WorseyContractor [Fixer] – Chris WorseyElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer – Anu PillaiEngineer – Antti UusimakiGlass Harmonica – Alasdair MalloyHarp – Lucy WakefordProgrammed By [Software Synthesis] – Gareth JonesStrings – Millennia StringsViolin – Alison Dods, Anna Giddey, Chris George, Gillon Cameron, Natalia Bonner, Richard GeorgeVocals – Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Nigel Hoyle
1-6 Strangest Things
Backing Vocals – Nick DecosemoBacking Vocals, Electric Guitar – Tim HuttonDrums – Eric JayElectric Guitar – Ian BarterElectric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer – Anu PillaiMixed By – Jimmy DouglassProgrammed By [Additional] – Yoad NevoVocals – Cabba, Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Eric J.*, Itaal Shur
1-7 No More Conversations (2005 Remix)
Backing Vocals – Hannah RobinsonDrums – Peter HuntingtonEngineer – Mike PelanconiKeyboards – Pascal GabrielMixed By – Jimmy DouglassOrgan [Hammond] – Nicky Brown Synthesizer – Pascal GabrielSynthesizer, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar – Anu PillaiVocals – Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Hannah Robinson, Pascal Gabriel
1-8 Let Me Down
Acoustic Guitar – Nigel HoyleAcoustic Guitar, Arranged By [Brass], Synthesizer, Backing Vocals – Anu PillaiArranged By [Brass], Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Daniel FosterBacking Vocals – Lorraine Smith, Michelle John-Douglas*, Nick DecosemoBacking Vocals, Arranged By [Backing Vocals] – Lawrence JohnsonMixed By – Jimmy DouglassOrgan [Hammond] – Nicky Brown Slide Guitar – Clem ClempsonTrombone – Barnaby DickinsonTrumpet – Chris StorrVocals – Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Nigel Hoyle
1-9 Slow
Acoustic Guitar – Nigel HoyleAcoustic Guitar, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer, Handclaps – Anu PillaiArranged By [Brass] – Daniel FosterBacking Vocals – Lorraine Smith, Michelle John-Douglas*Backing Vocals, Arranged By [Backing Vocals] – Lawrence JohnsonFlugelhorn – Chris StorrFrench Horn – Rob StrohHandclaps – Martyn Ware, Sarah PaulKeyboards – Gareth JonesMixed By – Jimmy DouglassOrgan [Hammond] – Nicky Brown Pedal Steel Guitar – BJ ColeProgrammed By [Software Synthesis] – Gareth JonesTrombone – Barnaby DickinsonVocals, Handclaps – Nick DeCosemoWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Nigel Hoyle
1-10 Shake
Acoustic Guitar – Fridrick 'Frizzy' Karlsson*Arranged By [Strings] – Anthony Sadler*Backing Vocals – Derek Green, Gina FosterBass Guitar – Neville MalcolmCello – Adrian Bradbury, Chris WorseyContractor [Fixer] – Chris WorseyDrums – Peter HuntingtonEngineer – Antti Uusimaki, Jan 'Stan' Kybert*Mixed By – Jimmy DouglassPercussion – ShriStrings – Millennia StringsSynthesizer – Anu PillaiViolin – Alison Dods, Anna Giddey, Chris George, Gillon Cameron, Natalia Bonner, Richard GeorgeVocals – Nick Decosemo, Tamara Barnett-HerrinWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Nigel Hoyle
1-11 Ask Me Tomorrow
Arranged By [Strings] – Stephen HusseyBass Guitar – Freddie ThompsonCello, Contractor [Fixer] – Chris WorseyDrums – Peter HuntingtonElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Tim HuttonElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Neil CowleyEngineer – Mike PelanconiMixed By – Jimmy DouglassStrings – Millennia StringsSynthesizer, Acoustic Guitar – Anu PillaiViola – Adrian Smith Violin – Alison Dods, Stephen HusseyVocals – CabbaWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Tim Hutton
1-12.1 What Are You Waiting For?
Arranged By [Strings] – Stephen HusseyBacking Vocals, Arranged By [Backing Vocals] – Tim HuttonCello – Chris Worsey, Ian BurdgeContractor [Fixer] – Chris WorseyDobro – Clem ClempsonDouble Bass – Richard PryceElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Arranged By [Vocals] – Anu PillaiEngineer – Antti UusimakiMixed By – Jimmy DouglassOrgan [Hammond] – Nicky Brown Strings – Millennia StringsViolin – Giles Broadbent, Gillon Cameron, Richard George, Rick Koster, Sally Herbert, Stephen HusseyVocals, Backing Vocals – Nick DecosemoWritten-By – Anu Pillai, Gary Lightbody
1-12.2 Swing 3:39
1-Video No More Conversations
Film Director – Guard BrothersFilm Producer – Amy AppletonFilm Producer [Production Company] – independent
Strangest Things Part 2
2-1 No More Conversations (Richard X Remix)
Engineer, Mixed By – Pete HofmannRemix – Richard X
2-2 No More Conversations (Mylo Remix)
Remix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Mylo
2-3 Electromagnetic (Tiefschwarz Unreleased Vocal Remix)
Remix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Ali Schwarz, Basti Schwarz, Jochen Schmalbach, Tiefschwarz
2-4 Electromagnetic (Lindstrom's Unreleased Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additonal], Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion – Lindstrom*
2-5 Eeeeaaooww (VIP Version)
Producer [Version Production] – Cordel 'Scatta' Burrell*
2-6 Eeeeaaooww (Radio Slave Vocal Mix)
Remix – Radioslave*
2-7 Eeeeaaooww (Stanton Warriors Remix)
Remix – Stanton Warriors
2-8 Strangest Things (M.A.N.D.Y Remix)
Remix – M.A.N.D.Y*Remix, Producer [Additional] – M.A.N.D.Y And Booka Shade*
2-9 Strangest Things (Freeform Reform Dub)
Mixed By – Adrian BushbyRemix – Freeform Five
2-10 Strangest Things (Grand National Remix)
Remix – Grand National
2-11 What Do I Want From You? (Heaven 17 Remix)
Engineer – Asa BennettRemix – Heaven 17, Martyn Ware

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Perspex Recordings
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Play Out!
  • Copyright (c) – Perspex Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Play Out!
  • Distributed By – PIAS Benelux
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Abood Music
  • Published By – Sony Music Publishing
  • Published By – Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing
  • Published By – Dread Piper Music
  • Published By – Itaal Shur Music
  • Published By – Dubowsky Songs
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Published By – Native Songs
  • Published By – Big Life Music Ltd.
  • Remixed At – Studio Stehende Welle
  • Recorded At – Feedelity Studios
  • Produced For – High Society Production


  • Art Direction, Design, Artwork [Interiors] – Sexymachinery
  • Artwork [Letters Built By, With Assistance From] – Eddy Mundy
  • Artwork [Letters Built By] – Martino Gamper
  • Artwork [Pollocks Car Crash, Tray] – Shane Bradford
  • Photography By – Katinka
  • Producer – Anu Pillai


Re-packaged re-release of 'Strangest Things' along with a bonus CD of remixed tracks.

CD1 includes a 'hidden' bonus uncredited song after track 12 (track total time: 9:31). Play Out!'s website confirm's the bonus track is "Swing".

Track 2-1: Remixed for blackmelody.com. Engineered and mixed for Miloco Management.
Track 2-2: Mylo represented by D-E-F Ltd.
Track 2-3: Recorded at Studio Stehende Welle.
Track 2-4: Keyboards, guitar, bass, drums and percussion recorded at Feedelity Studios in Oslo, Norway.
Track 2-5: Version production for High Society. Coolie Dance provided by jamdown Ltd.

℗ 2005 Perspex / Play Out!
© 2005 Perspex / Play Out!
Distribution by Pias Benelux

Track 1-1: Copyright Control, EMI Music Publishing.
Track 1-2: Copyright Control, Abood Music.
Track 1-3: Copyright Control, Sony Music Publishing and Kobalt Music Publishing.
Track 1-4: Copyright Control, Universal Music Publishing, Dread Piper Music/ASCAP.
Tracks 1-5, 1-8, 1-10, 1-11: Copyright Control.
Track 1-6: Copyright Control, Itaal Shur Music (BMI), Dubowsky Songs (BMI).
Track 1-7: Copyright Control, Warner Chappell, Native Songs.
Track 1-12.1: Copyright Control, Big Life Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5425017140047
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): POMCD003/1 FOUR MANUFACTURING SERVICES #1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): POMCD003/2 FOUR MANUFACTURING SERVICES #1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI L173
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 3066

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5050467390928 Freeform Five Strangest Things ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Ultimate Dilemma, Atlantic 5050467390928 UK 2004
FOR 8040 2 Freeform Five Strangest Things Parts 1 & 2 ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp) Fine. FOR 8040 2 UK 2005
SAM00955 Freeform Five Strangest Things ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Smplr) Ultimate Dilemma SAM00955 Europe 2004
FOR 3054 1 Freeform Five Strangest Things ‎(2xLP, Album) Fine. FOR 3054 1 UK 2005
PROP05348 Freeform Five Strangest Things ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Ultimate Dilemma PROP05348 UK 2004

Reviews (1)
Who says that disco-funk is dead? Certainly not Freeform Five who insists on the genre's life with STRANGEST THINGS, which chucks in the electro with "Electromagnetic." The oddly-named "Eeeeaaooww" stomps in with attitude and a disco chorus with a catchiness that can't be denied. The bounce beats of "Losing My Control" will get fingers snapping, while "Easy" and "Slow" take a quieter, more delicate tone for a comedown tracks. But the title track brings the beats the back up, and "Shake" adds some Spanish guitar strums for flavor. On the remix disc, Richard X puts a shiny 80s rub on "No More Conversations," while Mylo plays up the low-frequency oscillations. Tiefschwarz make "Electromagnetic" slightly mysterious, while Lindstrøm goes for a more minimal disco throb. The Vybz Kartel remix of "Eeeeaaooww" adds a definite Indian hip-hop flavor to it, while Radio Slave dig deep. M.A.N.D.Y. does the same for "Strangest Things," and in a fascinating twist, 80s stalwarts Heaven 17 take a stab at "What Do I Want From You?" I suppose stranger things have happened...

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