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Tracklist

Return To Phantazia
Aristotle
Binder
Slow Death

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EF06-12 Freddie Fresh* Comatone 95 ‎(12", Ora) Electric Music Foundation EF06-12 US 1995
EF06-12 Freddie Fresh* Comatone 95 ‎(12", W/Lbl) Electric Music Foundation EF06-12 US 1995


Freddie Fresh - Comatone 95 download free
Performer: Freddie Fresh
Genre: Electronic
Title: Comatone 95
Country: US
Released: 1995
Style: Techno, Acid, Deep House, Trance
MP3 version ZIP size: 1418 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1303 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 126
Other Formats: XM AC3 WMA TTA AA VOX DMF

Qudanilyr
This release has been reissued herehttps://www.discogs.com/Freddy-Fresh-Return-to-Phantazia-/release/11754237includes remixes and is a limited dbl. 12" Single via Toolbox Killerz Paris France
snowball
B1 & B2 have been reissued on this one ~ https://www.discogs.com/Freddy-Fresh-Comacid-EP/release/8287769
riki
Return 2 Phantazia ..... a timeless trax ...a must have!.....thx freddie Fresh
terostr
Respect to the label for making this killer release available in digital via their bandcamp.. in wav/flac/aiff no less :)PS I wonder how many pizzas Freddie Fresh had to deliver to put this one out back in the day.
Kefrannan
Daaaaaaaaamn I just discovered this.Wow.Amazing record. It'd be nice to see this reissued.
Thordira
No bending to public taste.No concession to entertainment.No cultivation of 'contacts'. P E R F E C T
Kirizan
Freddie Fresh to me was catalogued in the Techno genre, that is why I overlooked this record. Coincidently reading something about the "Aristotle" track somewhere, I was introduced in the Deep House skills he is able to perform. It's an astonishing track completely different than what he would normally bring out. Maybe the project for his electronic music school had something to do about it, anyway if it was used really as a project than you can clearly confirm it as being utterly successful. Not only the track "Aristotle" but "Return To Phantasia" is as good as the best House and Deep House music from the golden '95-'96 years.
Jairani
Acid does not necessarily mean squelching bass lines and breath-taking pace. This is a prime example of creating hypnotic and dreamy acid excursions that could be even classified as chill out music. Three of tracks were picked once for Transcore compilation of Mid-West acid gems and they really set the mood for that release too. Of four tracks "Aristotle" is of slightly different breed and more directed to the floor but it rounds nicely up this excellent release by the grand master Fresh. A timeless release that works well also years later.