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Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor mp3 album

  • Performer: Freescha
  • Title: Kids Fill The Floor
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: US
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: IDM, Downtempo, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1350 mb
  • FLAC album: 1865 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 264
Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor mp3 album

Kids Fill the Floor is the debut album by American electronic music group Freescha, released May 7, 2001 on AttackNine Records. Every Shiney Night" – 4:13. My First Robot" – 2:58. Blooms & Blossoms" – 4:10. Peaches Pond" – 2:10. Cherry Blue Boo" – 2:38. Henry Hudson" – 6:27. Up the Coast" – 4:46. Whales Wave Goodbye" – 4:02.

Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor (CD NEW)Label: Attack 9Format: CDRelease Date: 23 Mar 2004No. of Discs: 1UPC: 708527110225Album Tracks1. Southern California electronics. Kids Fill the Floor Freescha's first full length album released on their own Attack Nine label brings 13 songs from the creative pairing & friendship of the San Fernando Valley born Nick Huntington & Michael McGroarty. Their Californian brand of organic electronic songs are observed & enjoyed by fans the world over as well as by other music figures such as; Two Lone Swordsmen Moby Casino Versus Japan Hermann & Klein Opiat.

Blooms & Blossoms, 04:10.

Tracks count: 13. Views: 0. Freescha - Every Shiney Night 04:12. Freescha - My First Robot 02:57.


Every Shiney Night 4:12
My First Robot 2:57
Kite High 3:03
Kid Brother 5:16
Boyrgurl 8:16
Blooms & Blossoms 4:10
Peaches Pond 2:10
Bumble 1:49
Cherry Blue Boo 2:37
Henry Hudson 6:26
Isotopes 1:41
Up The Coast 4:46
Whales Wave Goodbye 4:03


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ATTCD002 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor ‎(CD, Album) Attacknine ATTCD002 US 2001
ATTLP001 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor ‎(2xLP, Album) Attacknine ATTLP001 US 2001
ATTLP001 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor (Expanded Edition) ‎(14xFile, MP3, RE, 320) Attacknine ATTLP001 US 2013
ATTLP001, ATTLP008 Freescha Kids Fill The Floor (Expanded Edition) ‎(2xLP, Album + 12" + RE) Attacknine, Attacknine ATTLP001, ATTLP008 US 2013

Reviews about Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor (9):
I discovered this gem through Spotify. It is truly a soft, dreamy album with mellow ambient sounds that will make your mind fly, just like an OBE. It is probably my favourite album ever. I really wish there were more artists like you, Freescha. I particularly like "Peaches Pond" and "Blooms and Blossoms" (the last one being the first I ever heard). It has been a joy reading all of the other reviews!
Extraordinary album in a wonderful pack. I wish I didn't wear my Freescha T-shirt already... =/
This beautifully intoxicating music reminds me more of M83 than anything else, though I can hear the BoC reference. In an era of electronica where gems like this are spewed out by the truck loads, many of them went unheard or heard once and forgotten. These kind of sounds need to be revived and heard again (and again and again). Cohesive and hypnotic, this album fills the room with peace and wonder, exhuming all possible voids of silence. Truly inspirational beats and melodies seemingly composed on homemade equipment. Perhaps the simplicity of it all is the premiere allure. Excellent feat for Freescha and their best production effort to date.
This is the album to start with. Not only does Freescha achieve the enviable accomplishment of creating an holistic album, but the tracks stand on their own as well. Even short interludes like "Bumble" are beautiful. If you're wondering what Freescha is all about, this is what got people hooked. Standout tracks are Kite High, My First Robot, Henry Hudson, and Whales Wave Goodbye. Of course, standouts are hard to pick out -- the two tracks that I generally skip are "Every Shiney Night" and "Cherry Blue Boo," but that's only by themselves. Again, the album stands as a whole, which is especially impressive when you hear what they're working with -- minimal, fuzzy electronics, crunchy drums, the rare, low-in-the-mix vocoder. The only downside is that they haven't been able to top it!
freescha almost makes boards of canada sound like napalm death. kids fill the floor is like one of those ultra-rare magical crystalline artifacts on some fantasy role playing game that you can only find if you pay one of the designers to alter the software programming. such soft, cloud-pillowy sounds...though not so soft as to make you lose interest or put you to sleep. it's a soundtrack for a baby's first dream...or for beauty spas in the afterlife...er, well you get the picture. 5/5
initially i thought this was just a mediocre BoC clone, but after about 20 listens i began to realize that it's much more ... disarmingly simple, so much so that you don't immediately realize how carefully crafted and subtle it is. very rewarding upon repeat listens; there's a very pure and beautiful happiness/wonder to the entire album. "up the coast" and "boyrgirl" are particularly good.
I can't agree enough with the above comment. Freescha is a horribly underrated group. This album is of the highest status to me; beautiful melodies, spacey production and perfect vision all combine to create a masterpiece of an album. Highly recommended listening.
amazingly simple, stunningly beautiful, and super well programmed, this is one of the sickest albums around. every track just hits you where it hurts, not a single piece of filler to be found. highly recommended...
if i could give this release more than 5 stars i would. freescha's sound is otherwordly and oddly familiar at the same time. muted bass rumblings occasionally surface, beautiful melodies abound. i'm moved to a place beyond words.

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