Freaks Frequency Remixed. Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Was remixed in 5 songs. Freaks Frequency (Point B Mix) by Point B (2004). Freaks Frequency (Mr. Velcro Fastener Mix) by Mr. Velcro Fastener (2004). Freaks Frequency (Aubrey's Mix) by Aubrey (2000). Freaks Frequency (Mark Ambrose's Mix) by Mark Ambrose (2000). Freaks Frequency (Saeff! Vocal Mix) by Saeff! (2004).
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Transparent Sound rounds off the SatRx001 record with a remix that drops the bass like a sledgehammer. Starting off with a crystal clear fat break, building slowly then 'whoa', here comes duh bass. Bio: Transparent Sound has had various different members over the years, but is essentially a musical collaboration between Martin Brown and Orson Bramley, who met and started writing music together in their home town of Bognor Regis back in 1994. Along with co-founder Steve Penfold they set about creating a very distinctive electro influenced sound. A much acclaimed mix album 'Beats Clash-Volume 1 Radioactive Man v Transparent Sound' also came out during 2002. In early 2003 the guys moved the studio away from the urban sprawl of London to a rural farm location-The Electronic Cottage. Here they penned tunes such as 350 Short & Your Eyes are Pretty.
A collaboration with Transparent Sound, Scape One and Karoshi that was eventually released on various labels worldwide. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
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Freaks Frequency – Abstract Dance. Our first album of course! Transparent Sound – Simpletons (Taken from Emotional Amputation). The Two Headed Monster live album we did with Craig Richard. ore recently, Punk Mother Fucker that has just had a re-release on Pressure Traxx. Punk Mother Fucker – Pressure Traxx. How does it feel to still be ploughing your own path after 20 + years? I don’t know anything different. I just do what I love and I enjoy. It’s always been that way.