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New Zealand juggernaut Fat Freddy's Drop return with a new studio album, 'Special Edition Part 1'. The 45rpm vinyl edition is produced with a different track order across four sides and promises to deliver super fat loud audio.
Sides A & C 33 rpm, Sides B and D 45 rpm.
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The Drop – DRP028
Vinyl, 2LP, Album
2019 - Gatefold, 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Electronic, Jazz, Reggae, Funk / Soul
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Part 1 of a double album, 'Special Edition Part 1', comprises of six tracks of which 'Raleigh Twenty', 'Trickle Down' and 'Six-Eight Instrumental' were written and recorded undercover at the band's Wellington studio, BAYS, while the other tracks; 'Special Edition, 'Kamo Kamo', and 'OneFourteen', have all been developed and evolved from the band's celebrated live jam sessions, whilst on the road in front of audiences worldwide.
Supremely crafted at Freddy's own BAYS studio in hometown Wellington, the deep musical and rich vocal layers reflect Freddy's inspiration from the black music lexicon and is a response to the crowd energy at their world dominating live shows. 'Special Edition Part 1' is the first release of a long envisaged double album project with separate chapters. The next journey, Part 2 will be released in 2020 after stringent road-testing with audiences over 35 shows across New Zealand, UK and Europe celebrating the release of the Part 1. These upcoming live performances will allow the band to fully explore new song-writing technology and give rise to a slamming Part 2. The new album follows on from 2015's 'BAYS' LP, which saw support from Financial Times, Resident Advisor, Dummy, the DJ Mag and Clash-acclaimed 'Blackbird,' second album 'Dr Boondigga and the Big BW' - which gained rave reviews by The Guardian and BBC Music - and the band's record breaking debut album 'Based on a True Story', which went nine times platinum and remained in New Zealand's top 40 charts for over two years after its release in 2005. The album cover artwork is by Wellington artist Otis Chamberlain, a continuing evolution from his creation for the its first single 'Trickle Down', a work that's morphed from digital cover art to the band's massive summer tour backdrop and the recently released late-night buttery steppers 'Kamo Kamo'.
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