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Good Fridge. Flowing: Ninezeronineight


Download links and information about Good Fridge. Flowing: Ninezeronineight by Thomas Fehlmann. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Electronica, Techno, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:05:34 minutes.

Artist: Thomas Fehlmann
Release date: 1998
Genre: Electronica, Techno, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:05:34
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No. Title Length
1. Superfrüstück 4:26
2. Hermosa 5:35
3. Zauberwort 3:31
4. Banda (I.A.O.O.L.) 1:42
5. Baratti 3:27
6. Unisize 0:49
7. 6ix Days 3:08
8. Kirsche 1:05
9. Wee Wee Mademoiselle 3:11
10. Globus 2:48
11. Sangita Rana 4:44
12. Cuddle 3:52
13. Teufel 3:14
14. Face the Day 4:09
15. Kufi & Nashi 1:23
16. Speedo 2:22
17. Lüster 4:05
18. Snake Salvador 3:10
19. Dingo 4:20
20. Schizophrenia 4:33



Thomas Fehlmann is the Johnny Appleseed of the '90s electronic music scene. Through working with the Orb's Alex Patterson and Basic Channel's Moritz Von Oswald and producing Sun Electric and Eddie Flashin' Fowlkes, Fehlmann's signature can be found in a large amount of music at the end of that decade. Good Fridge is the summing-up of his activities in the decade of techno, crossing and cross-pollinating genres over the course of its 20 tracks. Straight-up dancefloor, dub, schaffel, ambient house; all are to be found here. And all are uniformly excellent, with a track-to-track mix that efficiently blends disparate tracks together into a seamless whole. Highlights include opener "Superfruhstuck," a bouncy dub-house track, the ambient bliss of "Hermosa," and "Schizophrenia," a collaboration with Von Oswald. Overall an excellent listening experience for fans of electronic music, and a decent introduction for new ears.