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Freispiel

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Download links and information about Freispiel by Faust. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:13:24 minutes.

Artist: Faust
Release date: 2002
Genre: Electronica, Rock
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:13:24
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. T-Electronique (Ware Remix) 6:22
2. Wir brauchen dich #6 (Gel Remix) 7:28
3. Meltdown of T-Electronique & Apocalypse (Sofa Surfers Remix) 4:16
4. D.I.G. (Surgeon Remix) 6:40
5. Du weißt schon (Funkstörung Remix) 4:45
6. D.I.G. (Kreidler Remix) 6:05
7. Carousel II (Through a Microscope Mix) 4:10
8. Carousel II (Trillian Remix) 4:26
9. Four Plus Seven Means Eleven (Howie B. Remix) 7:20
10. Carousel II (Dan Miller & Gareth Jones Remix) 6:41
11. T-Electronique (The Death of Komarov Remix By the Residents) 4:25
12. Four Plus Seven Means Eleven (Dax & Pieper Remix) 5:49
13. Du weißt schon (Dead Voices On Air Remix) 4:57

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A collection of Ravvivando remixes featuring the talents of Trillion, Sofa Surfers, Howie B., and the Residents, among others, this ambient/techno take on latter-day Krautrock is a splendid spin. The groovy "T-Électronique" gets the most attention as three different artists (Mathias Schaffhauser, Sofa Surfers, the Residents) deconstruct the track with wildly different yet equally interesting results. Other highlights include Dax & Pieper's raucous take on the gigantic grind of "Four Plus Seven Means Eleven." Throughout each of its 13 tracks, Freispiel's regurgitated metronome funk never stiffens. Like their inspiration, the artists collected make imaginative use of their material, blending in their own modern dialects with the Faustian-filtered art rock to fine effect. It's rare for a band closing in on its 30th anniversary to produce work as compelling as Ravvivando, and the legions of Faust followers surely took notice. This broad yet respectful remix collection is a testament not only to the group's historic influence, but also its creative vigor.