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Freur - Doot-Doot Mp3

Performer: Freur
Genre: Electronic
Title: Doot-Doot
Country: France
Released: 1983
Style: Synth-pop
Label: CBS
Catalog Number: CBS A3141
FLAC version ZIP size: 1570 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2530 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1936 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 049


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Engineer – John Hudson, Rob Parr
Mixed By – John HudsonProducer – Alex Burak


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
A 3141Freur Doot-Doot ‎(7", Single)CBSA 3141UK1983
CBS A-4073Freur Doot-Doot ‎(7", Single)CBSCBS A-4073Spain1983
12EXP-03910Freur Doot-Doot (Special Extended 12" Mix) ‎(12")Epic12EXP-03910Canada1983
CBSA 3141(Freur) Doot-Doot ‎(7", Single)CBSCBSA 3141Netherlands1983
49 03910Freur Doot-Doot ‎(12")Epic49 03910US1983


  • ProducerFreur


Sleeve states: Doot-Doot
Label states: Doot Doot


  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Price Code: CB 111


  • Distributed By – CBS Disques
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Pressed By – CBS Disques
  • Printed By – Montreuil Offset
  • Published By – Point Music Ltd.



Doot Doot - Freur. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. What's in a name Face on a stage Where are you now Memory fades, you take a bow. And we go doot Doot doot. Look at them fall Flicker and fade Gone are the screams I put them to bed, now they are is the debut studio album by Freur and was released in 1983. The cassette version of the album included four extra tracks. The lead single, Doot-Doot, charted at 59 on the UK Singles Chart and 17 in New Zealand. The album was unavailable on CD until the 1993 reissue by Oglio Records in the United States. The album has since been reissued twice in the United Kingdom, in 2000 by Columbia Records and subsequently in 2009 by Cherry Red Records as Get Us out of HereDoot-Doot which includes. Freur's debut album was an ambitious but uneven experiment in early techno, a set of synthesized beats and keyboard riffs. Occasionally, as on the title track, there was enough quirky humor and hooks to make it an enjoyable exercise in dance-floor grooves, but the record just as often meandered around in an attempt to find the appropriate sonic textures. Since Freur eventually evolved into Underworld, Doot-Doot is an interesting piece of history, but judged as music, it pretty much stands as a fitfully entertaining artifact of its time. Freur - Doot-Doot 1983. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Synthpop New Wave. Songs in album Freur - Doot-Doot 1983. Freur - Doot Doot. Freur - Runaway. Freur - Riders In The Night. Freur - Theme From The Film Of The Same Name. Freur - Tender Surrender. Freur - Matters Of The Heart. Album 1983 12 Songs. Pop 1983. 에서 Freur - Doot-Doot의 릴리스, 리뷰, 크레딧, 곡 등을 발견하세요. 레코드판과 CD 쇼핑을 즐기고 Freur 컬렉션을 완성하세요. The title-track of this album permanently marked my taste for electronic music. I remember I was seven years old when my father recorded from the radio to tape the song Doot-Doot. I couldn't stop listening to this track, every time I pressed the play button a storm of emotions went through my body with shivers on my back and goose bumps on my skin Thanks Freur for making me discover my innate passion for electronic-emotional music and for being the impulse to start making music on my own. Watch the video for Doot Doot from Freur's 100 Hits of the 80's - Volume 2 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Freur was the name of the first band of Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, presently of the dance act Underworld. Formed 1982 in Cardiff, Wales by Karl Hyde, Rick Smith who previously released the single 'I Don't Like Cars' in 1981 as The Screen Gemz and Alfie Thomas. The band originally had only a graphic 'squiggle' for a name. Текст песни: Whats in a name Face on a stage Where are you now Memory fades, you take a . This song is by Freur and appears on the album Doot-Doot 1983. What's in a nameFace on a stageWhere are you nowMemory fades, you take a bow. Here in the darkWatching the screenLook at them fallThe final scene. And we go dootDoot doot. Look at them fallFlicker and fadeGone are the screamsI put them to bed, now they are dreams. Nominate as Song of the Day