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Various Artists - Fresh Out The Box
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Various Artists

Fresh Out The Box

Freestyle Records

Released: 07/06/2010
Think (Aroop Roy Remix) [:06:34]
Afro Elements
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Where Is the Love feat. Fanny Franklin (Mop Mop Mix) [:06:17]
Valique
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Life Is a Trip (Mo' Horizons Mix) [:05:15]
Gypsy Brown
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I Can't Dance With You (The Fantastics! vs. Lack Of Afro) (Lack of Afro Remix) [:03:05]
The Fantastics! & Lack of Afro
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Trying (Tal M. Klein Remix) [:03:16]
The Snugs
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Nasty (Modern Mix) [:03:45]
Big Pimp Jones
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Walking Sbace [:04:40]
DJ Graham B
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Mr. Hot Pants [:03:21]
The Jezebel Sextet
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No I Can Do (Bennson Remix) [:06:06]
SK Radicals
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I Can't Dance With You (Sleeve Remix) [:04:36]
The Fantastics!
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Rock Creek Park (In da Bush Mix) [:04:02]
Beggar & Co
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Star Ski & Putz [:04:47]
Jazz Juice
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Play It Back (Original Extended Mix) [:06:44]
Soul Sugar
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Freestyle Records is proud to announce the release of Fresh Out The Box: a selection of previously un-issued tracks that did not fit onto albums, or had been remixed but never quite found a home in the Freestyle release schedule. Lovingly compiled by Freestyle main man DJ Adrian Gibson.

Freestyle, being the eclectic and open minded record label that it is means Fresh Out The Box contains everything from deep and gritty live funk through to DJ/producer studio base...
"A super selection that makes me wanna shake my bootee!"
DJ Alex Attias
"What a comp!"
Radio Reverb, Kappa
"Very eclectic jazz funky and soulful..nice one!!"
Soul Survivor magazine, Fitzroy Da Buzzboy
"all sound stuff sounds futuristic at times"
Jalapeno/Wack Records, Smoove
"The Aroop Roy track - a seriously large tune. I have been following Aroop Roy ever since i met him in Melbourne when he was at the RBMA. This man is a serious talent to watch out for!"
Straight Up Recordings, Blair Stafford
"A groovy delice to be savoured under an Italian pine!"
Popcorner Radio Show, FRANCESCO ADINOLFI
"Another great release!"
Soulchoonz Records, Di Lee
"This fabulous comp represents the whole wide range from Freestyle Records as I know and love them. Thanks for this! Keep up the great work!"
Radio Corax 95.9fm, Markus Milz
"A highly danceable cacophony of digital mastery! Keep it coming! Freestyle has been dominating my sets for months now!"
KDHX 88.1 FM, Christopher Lawyer
"Loving all the tracks and will play them at radio and in the clubs."
Groovy Sessions Show, Angel Mishev
"This LP takes you for a SERIOUS rollercoaster ride thru your mind"
WHCR 90.3 FM, Michael Stukes
"This is a cracking compilation. The music really takes you back to joyus times.... RESPECT!"
Black & Blue RTRFM 92.1, Paul Gamblin
"Glad the box has been opened and put on the shelf, especially for the Graham B, Bennson and Beggar & Co contents."
3RRR-FM, Ennio Styles
"Adrian Gibsons's forgotten or lost 13 gems shine at last."
www.starpointradio.com, Paul 'ABBO' Abbott
"Summer dancefloor heat!"
WNYE Radio, DJ Santo
"It's like Adrian Gibson opened up his trove of musical arsenal and brought out 13 chunky gold knuckle dusters to damage any dancefloor!"
Diesler
"Freestyle can do no wrong when it comes to the funk!"
Jazz 91.9fm WCLK, Jamal Ahmad
"Another cracka for the crate, once again Freestyle has the goods and gives us a true taste of it's colours - blinder!"
BaseFM 107.3, CoopaBlu
"This is the kind of release that makes me love this fantastic label even more!"
Enlace Funk, Santiago Tadeo Cervera
"Graham B & Beggar & Co tracks are a standout for me. Dancefloor pressure!"
The Bamboos/Lanu, Lance Ferguson
"Superb new album featuring tracks which never made it onto albums, or remixes which never saw a major release on the brilliant Freestyle label. This is the first in a series of similar albums, which are clearly going be worth waiting for."
The Soul Show - BBC radio, Paul Miller
"This is more of a 'secret back room' than a 'shop window' LP from Freestyle Records. Filled with remixes and unreleased tracks from the Freestyle vaults, this is a grand mix of soul, jazz, funk, afro-beat and latin styles carefully selected by head honcho (and Jazz Café owner) Adrian Gibson. As the cliché goes, there is something for everyone here, from the (literally) 80's sound of 'Rock Creek Park' to the b-boy grooves of 'Walking Sbase', with a rather curious version of Janet Jackson's 'Nasty' somewhere in between. There are two versions of The Fantastics' cover of The Small Faces' 'I Can't Dance With You', one a dancefloor remix from Sleeve, with the other a pretty much full remake (included rerecorded instruments) from Lack Of Afro (our favourite track from the LP). A worthy selection where each track can stand out on its own but with that common (but superb) Freestyle sound running through each."
www.mememagazine.com
"Good tracks like these should eventually see the light of day; good that Freestyle is setting the tunes out of the box and onto stereos, music players and sound systems everywhere."
Urban Landscapes Show, Velanche
"There is something for everyone here, from the (literally) 80's sound of 'Rock Creek Park' to the b-boy grooves of 'Walking Sbase', with a rather curious version of Janet Jackson's 'Nasty' somewhere in between. There are two versions of The Fantastics' cover of The Small Faces' 'I Can't Dance With You', one a dancefloor remix from Sleeve, with the other a pretty much full remake (included rerecorded instruments) from Lack Of Afro (our favourite track from the LP)."
Meme Magazine
"This is one hell of a plump rabbit they've pulled out of the hat yet again. Fresh Out The Box shows exactly what's going on in the UK soul funk scene, healthy stuff indeed, support the cause. Freestyle continue with their astonishing achievements with this fresh box of bold, brassy beauties! 8/10"
Blues & Soul magazine, Emrys Baird
"Fresh Out The Box collects 12 previously unreleased remixes from the likes of Afro Elements, Valique, Big Pimp Jones, Sk Radicals, and cream of the crop The Fantastics!, who led by Hammond organist Greg Boraman, meld Brian Auger and the Small Faces with Grant Green and Charles Earland to create wonderfully soulful jazzy R&B instrumentals."
Record Collector, Lois Wilson