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Doot Doot [Import]

Freur Audio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Import vinyl LP pressing of the 1983 debut album from the New Wave/Electronic Rock outfit led by future Underworld mainmen Karl Hyde and Rick Smith.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Karl Hyde and crew have always known where they are Sept. 19 2003
Format:Audio CD
No matter the ridiculousness of the music (be it pop, rock, techno, dub, house, industrial, new wave, psychedelic -no particular order), This band from Screen Gemz, Freur, and both the pop and techno versions of Underworld, created some of the coolest and refreshing music that stands the test of time. Albeit recent fans out there now only have ever heard the newer Underworld (1992 - 2003), it's nice that us old school hardcore fans are still here, nods Bill Skulley. Those old tapes and vinyls are worn out!!!
The re-release of Freur's Doot Doot was a wonderful surprise as most of their stuff is super rare. It's a truly extraordinary cd for it's time and reminds me of how much I truly adored Duran Duran's Rio when I first listened to it. Karl Hyde just has a rapturous voice to listen to, not unlike Simon LeBon.
When the Dubnobasswithmyheadman cd came out in '94 I was totally thrilled they didn't give up, and honestly I was ecstatic with the album...a most brilliant album...one that will never leave this boy's cd player.
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5.0 out of 5 stars How did I miss this for all these years? Feb. 24 2003
Format:Audio CD
I stumbled across Underworld (Mk1) in the early 90's and Change the Weather and Underneath the Radar are among two of the most-played CDs I own. Somehow I missed the connection between Freur and Underworld until just recently, and I have to say this sounds just like classic Underworld - It fits nicely with the other two albums in feel and style.
I'm also a fan of electronica/trance/whateveryouwannacallit so Underworld is like the band-of-all-trades for me - I've never met an Underworld album I didn't like...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Gem Aug. 15 2002
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Format:Audio CD
Not many people know of Freur (now Underworld, who alot of people know). I believe anyone who has obtained this cd is holding a real gem from the 80's. Alot better then most of the stuff out from this time period. There is just so much depth to this album. Very moody and there are two songs that are just hilariously 80's!!! But like i said, alot of depth and emotion packed in here.
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an inpirational album from the band that would eventually become underworld.not a poor track on this album that just wants to be played again and again.i can't recomend this album enough so just buy it now.
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4.0 out of 5 stars However You Pronounce It, It's Pretty Neat Jan. 5 2001
Format:Audio CD
After being forced to change their name from an unpronounceable symbol (is this where Prince got the idea?) to the almost unpronounceable "Freur", the band put out this one album of oblique, trippy but quite pleasant new wave. Generally good stuff all the way through, although I was hoping for a bit more lyrically here and there. "Theme From the Film of the Same Name" adds studio audio verite to pretty good effect, and I enjoy the sea shanty-ness of "Hey Ho Away We Go". Despite its lyrics, "Doot Doot" remains my favorite track for its incredible atmosphere. OK, so it's not "Born Slippy" (actually, it's more "Underneath the Radar") but it's still pretty good stuff. Fans of atmospheric new wave should probably give this a whirl.
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