Afterburn - Fratt Boy / North Pole [2000]

Artist(s)
Afterburn
Release title
Fratt Boy
Label name
Xtravaganza
Release year
2000

dmgtz96

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This is one of those tracks I knew existed but never really heard. It's the B-side of North Pole, which featured in Tiesto's Magik 6.
Oddly enough, someone mislabeled North Pole and accidentally named it "Fratt Boy" on Magik 6, so a lot of people probably think North Pole is Fratt Boy.

I like it. It would be a good fit for the trance to chill out to thread.
 

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This is one of those tracks I knew existed but never really heard. It's the B-side of North Pole, which featured in Tiesto's Magik 6.
Oddly enough, someone mislabeled North Pole and accidentally named it "Fratt Boy" on Magik 6, so a lot of people probably think North Pole is Fratt Boy for the trance to chill out to thread.
And they even spelt it wrong - it was called 'Fratty Boy' on Magik 6 hehe.

Quite different tracks,but i prefer the Trancier North Pole.
 
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IZE

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love this track, first encountered in Ibiza Euphoria when i was mad teen buying up gatecrashers and cream cds. First CD mixed by alex gold was pure gold, seamless transition of house music into trance with a little 'synergy' (two tracks into 1) to it. Top notched mixing. Second CD which i think is not that strong but overall a ok choice of track selection and decent mixing by Agnelli & Nelson.
The real shine of that CD is This EP (Fratt Boy & Northpole) i think is their strongest work imo by A&N
 

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Afterburn was an alias of Agnelli & Nelson and this release featured a couple of really great tunes. The more melodic sounds of North Pole, whilst Fratt Boy scratches that darker more progressive itch.
 
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