Ceefax is the debut full-length album by Fridge, released 10 March 1997. The CD digipack case is natural-tone paper colour, with clear ink on the front, which is only visible when viewed at certain angles; track listings and other liner notes are on the album spine. The album is notable for the fact that it contains three short tracks, EDM, EDM 2, and EDM3, that are influenced by drum and bass.
For the album by Fridge, see Ceefax (album). Ceefax was the world's first teletext information service and a forerunner to the current BBC Red Button service. Ceefax was started by the BBC in 1974 and ended at 23:32:19 BST on 23 October 2012, in line with the digital switchover being completed in Northern Ireland Ceefax. Pages from Ceefax title card.
Ceefax sounds like what one imagines Tortoise would sound like, if the critical acclaim of the overly hyped band truly held water.
Ceefax is the debut full-length album by Fridge, released 10 March 1997.
Ceefax is a music studio album recording by FRIDGE (Post Rock/Math rock/Progressive Rock) released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. EDM (1:09) 2. Helicopter (2:08) 3. Tricity (6:01) 4. More EH4-800 (11:00) 5. FDM (0:27) 6. Robots in Disguise (4:29) 7. EDM 2 (1:09) 8. Oracle (6:11) 9. EDM 3 (4:40) 10.
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Robots In Disguise
Flute – Kate
Zed Ex Ay-Ti-Wan
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This is the original pressing, in a Jewel Case. This jewel case edition also has a printed plastic outer wrap around the case with the words FRIDGE CEEFAX printed on it in white