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Album · 2001 · 10 Songs.

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Fusion by Fauna Flash, released 05 February 2001 1. Mother Nature 2. Percussion 3. Free 4. Tel Aviv 5. Alone Again 6. Referee 7. Ten 8. Morning 9. Sunday At The Getty 10. Question. Includes unlimited streaming of Fusion via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days. Purchasable with gift card.

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Fusion, the second album from Fauna Flash, has them abandoning the drum & bass that marked their first album in favor of downtempo and breaks. In fact, fusion is an appropriate description for the album as a whole, since they're expressing all sorts of musical influences: "Mother Nature" has a light dub feel (no doubt aided by the ragga chanting), while "Percussion" throws in some Latin horns and bongos

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Surely Fauna Flash couldn't have been happier with the results, though perhaps a little sheepish that this remix album far outreached the original LP, Fusion.

Fauna Flash - Fusion (2001). Fauna Flash - Mother nature 6:42. Fauna Flash - Percussion 6:27. Fauna Flash - Free 6:35. Fauna Flash - Alone again 6:08. Fauna Flash - Referee 6:35. Fauna Flash - Ten 6:06. Fauna Flash - Morning 6:34. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mother Nature
Vocals, Effects [Special Fx] – Martin "Sugar B" Forster*
6:42
2 Percussion 6:27
3 Free
Lyrics By [Text], Vocals – Deidra Jones
6:35
4 Tel Aviv
Saxophone – Johannes Enders
5:36
5 Alone Again 6:08
6 Referee 6:35
7 Ten
Vocals – Deidra Jones
6:06
8 Morning
Lyrics By [Text], Vocals – Marzenka*
6:34
9 Sunday At The Getty 6:32
10 Question
Lyrics By – Ogunleye*, Kölblinger*, Ongeri*Recorded By [Vocals], Producer [Vocals] – Rodney HunterVocals – Aphrodelics
5:36

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
  • Pressed By – SNA
  • Recorded At – Swoundsound Studio
  • Recorded At – Downhill Studio
  • Recorded At – Uptight Studios
  • Produced At – Uptight Studios

Credits

  • Design [Graphic Design] – Andrew Arnold
  • Electric Bass – Raoul "Wei-Chi" Walton*
  • Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Michael Mettke (tracks: 1, 4 to 6)
  • Mastered By – Stuart Hawkes
  • Photography By – Jörg Koopmann
  • Written-By – Christian Prommer, Martin Forster (tracks: 1), Roland W. Appel* (tracks: 1 to 8, 10)

Notes

Track 1: vocals and fx recorded at Swoundsound Studio Vienna
Track 9: drums recorded at Downhill Studio, Munich (special thanks to Thomas Peschel)
Track 10: vocals recorded and produced at Uptight Studios Vienna
Mastered at Metropolis

Packaged in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 67548 50232 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 667548502320
  • Matrix / Runout: SNA 1 / COMPOST 090-2 11020063
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L602
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1A93
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 1A94
  • Label Code: LC 02518
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CPT 090-1 Fauna Flash Fusion ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) Compost Records CPT 090-1 Germany 2001
AICT 162 Fauna Flash Fusion ‎(CD, Album) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 162 Japan 2001
COMPOST 090-1 Fauna Flash Fusion ‎(2x12", Album, Gat) Compost Records COMPOST 090-1 Germany 2001


Fauna Flash - Fusion FLAC album

Performer: Fauna Flash

Title: Fusion

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2001

Style: Future Jazz, Drum n Bass, Latin

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1749 mb

Size FLAC: 1517 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 429

Other Formats: FLAC DMF MIDI DXD APE FLAC AUD

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Fhois
I’ll keep it short and plain. This is the album of 3 and no more tracks worth to listen, despite my weakness to drum ‘n’bass. Most of the album is disorganized, too rapid lacking connection in-between the music and vocals. Download Mother Nature, Sunday at the Getty, Question and get rid of this thing.
Fhois
I’ll keep it short and plain. This is the album of 3 and no more tracks worth to listen, despite my weakness to drum ‘n’bass. Most of the album is disorganized, too rapid lacking connection in-between the music and vocals. Download Mother Nature, Sunday at the Getty, Question and get rid of this thing.
lets go baby
Fusion, the second album from Fauna Flash, has them abandoning the drum ‘n’ bass that marked their first album in favor of downtempo and breaks. In fact, fusion is an appropriate description for the album as a whole, since they’re expressing all sorts of musical influences: “Mother Nature” has a light dub feel (no doubt aided by the ragga chanting), while “Percussion” throws in some Latin horns and bongos. “Free” is sweet and delicate with Lawrence Welk strings before it moves into in some discordant synths; “Ten” goes for a house tempo underlaid with a dark bassline; and “Sunday at the Getty” is a double-bass driven slice of future jazz. Ending the album with the rap over “Question” is most likely a misstep, but this album definitely stands out among its peers.
lets go baby
Fusion, the second album from Fauna Flash, has them abandoning the drum ‘n’ bass that marked their first album in favor of downtempo and breaks. In fact, fusion is an appropriate description for the album as a whole, since they’re expressing all sorts of musical influences: “Mother Nature” has a light dub feel (no doubt aided by the ragga chanting), while “Percussion” throws in some Latin horns and bongos. “Free” is sweet and delicate with Lawrence Welk strings before it moves into in some discordant synths; “Ten” goes for a house tempo underlaid with a dark bassline; and “Sunday at the Getty” is a double-bass driven slice of future jazz. Ending the album with the rap over “Question” is most likely a misstep, but this album definitely stands out among its peers.