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Freaky FlowAudio CD
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)


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  • Audio CD (May 22, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Moonshine Music
  • ASIN: B00005CC2H
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro - MC Flipside
2. Beatro - Freaky Flow
3. Party (Syndicate Mix) - Nelly Furtado
4. Eighties - Kingsize
5. Wake Up (Peshay Remix) - A-sides
6. Dreaming - A-sides
7. Arsonist - Urban Shakedown
8. Disarmed - Illfingaz
9. Secret Weapon - Dazzle T & Quicky
10. Killa (Vinyl Syndicate Remix) - Flux & Rinse
11. Happy Hour - Jonnie Newman
12. Pimpin' Ain't Easy - GFS
13. Cowboys - Kingsize
14. Separation - Jo-S
15. Jeckle & Hyde - GFS
16. Brothers In Detroit - Omni Trio
17. Outro/Made In 2 Minutes (Origin Unknown Remix) - MC Flipside/Bug Kann & The Plastic Jam
18. Skimpy's - MC Effort & Crew

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Drum and Bass begins to move the masses July 31, 2001
Format:Audio CD
Drum and Bass has finally matured with the sounds of the MC. Here in this release by expert DJ `Freaky Flow', the fusion of DJ and MC is a clear mark of excellence. Moonshine has always help pave the way of Drum and Bass DJs everywhere with the sounds of Dieselboy, AK1200 and the likes. This is no exception. I have yet to hear a `Moonshine' DJ that was not an expert in their particular electronic genre. But more about this particular release.
Freak Flow gives an eclectic performance of all areas of Drum and Bass while touching on Hip-Hop and House. His skill is unquestionable and his music is unstoppable. Unlike latest AK1200 release Freaky Flow does not have the MC pump up the crowds during his entire set. There are only a few points when he is building energy when the MC does his work. The CD has a good flow for being so varied. He goes from style to style before you even know what hit you. I like that in a CD. Variety with out leaving the proper context.
It is hard to describe a CD quite like this. If hard Drum and Bass is not your thing than you should look elsewhere, but I suggest that you give this CD a chance. I was not sure what to think at first listen. It quickly grew on me. Drum and Bass is not something that you can listen to one or two songs and get an idea what it is all about. You have to get into it and listen to the builds and the chords to really understand what it is all about.
Or, at least, that is my experience with Drum and Bass. But what do I know anyway? Don't take my word for it. Give it a listen and make you own judgement. :)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Sour Junglist May 29, 2001
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Format:Audio CD
well well well, a jungle dj with a good mix that is NOT from europe? Cool, but freaky flow has been good before. Not many dj's can melody scratch, but it seems like freaky flow does it with ease. It's really well mixed, and the MC is pretty good. I don't think it's his best cd, mainly cuz i didnt like the track selection and i was more impressed with his melody scratching over Gasmask(Virus). Best track on the cd though would be track 12, GFS Feat. J. Smooth - ...Ain't Easy. i mean, its not casino royale, but i wouldnt think that a non-european POPULAR dj on Moonshine would play a track like that. PLUR
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jungle Maddness May 23, 2001
Format:Audio CD
It finally came out. This one is a must for all junglists. This is as close to perfect as they come, from Flow's track selection, to his cutting and scratching. Moonshine couldn't have added a better DJ to their jungle roster.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Freaky is da bomb, hands down April 11, 2002
Format:Audio CD
Yo, I know my Jungle, and Freaky has skillz that are above average. His mixing skills are definately reputable, but it is his scratching that is just plain sick. Try and find me a junglist with skillz like these...right, I didn't think so...Odi is the only other person who comes close, and Craze is a little better. Anyways, his tracks are ILL! He's got the Nelly Furtado remix of Party...its like 50 times better than the original. Also, A-sides "Wake Up" and "Dreaming" tracks are slammin, not to mention my favorite "Killa (remix)". Pick it up, because I definately put it in my top 10 mixes I own...the last bonus track is so hilarious too...just get this album if you're a junglist.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not overly impressive.... June 6, 2001
Format:Audio CD
I had high hopes when purchasing this CD, as I had heard Freaky Flow in person at a couple of parties over the years. But, after listening to this CD all the way through about 5 times, I'm sad to say I'm just not feeling it. Maybe the reason for my disappointment is the fact that I have been listening to technical drum 'n bass recently, such as Dieselboy. This CD is straight jungle, with lots of scratching and MC freestyles. The mixing is also not always on-point, as evidenced by the dubious transition from Nelly Furtado's "Party" to Kingsize's "Eighties". Can you say "train wreck"? Speaking of "Eighties", this is one of the worst tracks I have ever heard on a drum 'n bass mix CD. The music borders on happy hardcore, and contains a paltry amount of bass, something that is essential on jungle mixes. None of the tracks that follow stand out, and aside from the Nelly Furtado track, which is one of the standouts on the CD, the first half of the album is a nondescript mishmash. The CD picks up with track 10, "Killa" by Flux & Rinse, as a more tech-step beat begins to infiltrate the album. "Happy Hour" and "Pimpin' Ain't Easy" keep the resurrected second half afloat. Unfortunately, the album ends with a whimper with more nondescript tracks.
Maybe I haven't listened to enough true "jungle" in my life to appreciate what Freaky Flow tried to do with this album, but after listening to massive releases such as "The Sixth Session" by Dieselboy, or any Dieselboy, Dara, or AK1200 (all Moonshine DJ's, present or past) release for that matter, Freaky Flow's newest just doesn't measure up in the presence of these other, superior talents. I look forward to hearing some true drum 'n bass sounds with Dara's "Future Perfect"....
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