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Get Fked - Wet Dreams mp3

Get Fked - Wet Dreams mp3 Performer: Get Fked
Title: Wet Dreams
Style: House
Category: Electronic
Date of release: Oct 2000
Country: UK
Label: Eukahouse
Catalog number: EUHOCD008-2, EUHOCD 008-2, EUHOCD00802
Size MP3: 2201 mb
Size FLAC: 1765 mb
Rating: 4.5

Tracklist

1Unreleased Kraut Jazz7:05
2Dirty Birds5:24
3One To Play Your Mum7:34
4Love Balls6:33
5Dreams Are Made
Engineer – Timmy S.
6:53
6Stripper II6:59
7Hangover6:30
8De Icing7:34
9Get A Job6:08
10Technics Blisters6:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PLACCD023-2Get Fucked Wet Dreams ‎(CD, Album)Plastic CityPLACCD023-2Germany2001
EUHODP029-6Get Fked Wet Dreams ‎(2x12", Album)EukahouseEUHODP029-6UK2000
noneGet Fucked Wet Dreams ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)EukahousenoneUK2000
EUHODP029-6Get Fked Wet Dreams ‎(2x12", Album, Promo)EukahouseEUHODP029-6UK2000

Credits

  • Edited ByDuncan Forbes
  • Photography ByJonathon Flemming
  • Programmed ByDavid Coker
  • Programmed By [Additional], Mixed ByLaurant Webb
  • Written-By, ProducerNathan Coles, Nils Hess

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 8 08287 99993 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 808287999938
  • Matrix / Runout: A038793-01 Cutgroove euhocd008-2
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9713

Companies

  • Record Company – UCMG UK
  • Distributed By – InterGroove UK
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media Production – A038793
  • Designed At – Skim

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User reviews
Faulkree
More tech-house from Get Fucked on their second album WET DREAMS. “Dreams Are Made” samples a blues record for a moodiness to match the sinewy bass, and “Hangover” has a twisting dreaminess to it, but WET DREAMS seems to be less accomplished than DOT TO DOT. The beats are up front and center, while the melodic bits that made DOT TO DOT interesting are more difficult to find. That’s not to say that melody is completely absent from WET DREAMS, but they do seem secondary to the dancefloor thump. “Unreleased Kraut Jazz” has very little jazz in it, instead opting for synth sweeps over some light breaks, while “De Icing” overuses the same vocal snippet. “One to Play Your Mum” finally gives us some hints of emotion by getting progressively funkier and deeper. Overally, though, a slight letdown, from their first album.