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During the process for the Long Way Home recording, there were many tracks and alternate versions that had been left out from the release. We decided to select a few in the form of a new album, No Way Home.
First off, long time best friend and collaborator Atjazz reworks Space Time in such an elegant way that only he can achieve. Palma gets reworked by one of the leaders of the balearic genre via Zagreb, our new friend Ilija Rudman. He strips down the arrangements while keeping the vibe of the original intact.
On the title track, Long Way Home (No Way Home), Fred used alternate drums while adding some space to the mix. One In A Million (Freestyle Instrumental) gets a new beat reminiscent of 80’s freestyle but this time, without the original vocoded vocals of Franky Selector. by Day feat Sio gets a slightly more uptempo broken beat treatment while Un Dimanche Soir (Sunday Night) is a housier version of Un Dimanche Après-Midi, written in the evening of the same day.
Things break down a bit with an ambient version of Palma. Silver Light (Original Dub) is here in its original dub form as the album version was updated last minute to a regular 4/4 beat. Alright is an unreleased track, written during the album sessions. Barbarella Dub is inspired by a sunrise set at the infamous Tisno outdoor club and we finish the album with a reprise version of Something.
Fred Everything is a French-Canadian electronic musician and DJ, best known for his work in the deep house music genre with a discography of over 250 releases spanning over 25 years of career.