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Funk Da Fried 2
Simply Jeff
Funk Da Fried 2
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
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All Artists: Simply Jeff
Title: Funk Da Fried 2
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: City of Angels
Release Date: 9/29/1998
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Big Beat, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 700177001823

CD Reviews

Breaks, Bass, Melodies, and Scratches
Tony Bruno | Hoover, AL USA | 11/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I can simply describe this mix in two words: pure genius. The track selection is essential and will please just about anyone. Simply Jeff will have you thinking the tracks were meant to be played together when they were originally made, with each track complementing the next in the transition. The scratching on tracks 4 and 10 are incredible with their funky sounds and wicked patterns, I often find myself playing the scratches over and over. So get Funk-da-Fried and listen to one of the best breaks mixes ever. Also, if you like breaks, be sure to check out Adam Freeland and his nu school breaks. Tectonics and Coastal Breaks (1&2) are all good. :-)"
Funk Da Fried 2
Mike | St. Louis Mo | 04/07/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I spent a weekend in Chicago (home of acid house) and a buddy of mine turned me on to this cd. Holy Cow is this awesome! This is the evolution of acid house! Totally tripped out (like the title suggests) from beginning to end, you will be "rolling" your head wondering what planet this music comes from! This is the best music I have heard in a long time!"
This CD is a lean, mean funk machine.
Earth Deuley ( | Macon, GA | 09/18/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Simply Jeff is livin' the funky life with a strong, eclectic blend of beats on "Funk Da Fried Vol. 2." He gets things rolling pretty quickly after a simple introduction track of his own making and I would advise hanging on to the nearest barstool during the next eight tracks. S.J. unleashes a brilliant mix of funk during the first half of this CD. He does a fantastic job of blending tribal beats with kickin' futuristic sounds. The downfall of this mix, however, is that the momentum is somewhat lost during the latter half of the CD. Don't get me wrong though. There are still some fairly amazing tunes flowing through it, but overall the mix drops in velocity. All in all, this doesn't mean much because the first stretch of funk makes it worth the purchase. If you dig DJ John Kelley, Uberzone, or the like, don't hesitate to give this a good listening to. It will surely bring a sexy little smile to your face."