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The Brand New Heavies - Sweet Freaks mp3

Performer: The Brand New Heavies
Genre: Electronic / Funk & Soul / Pop
Title: Sweet Freaks
Country: Europe
Released: 24 Oct 2014
Style: Acid Jazz, Rhythm & Blues
Label: Ear Music
Catalog Number: 0209873ERE
MP3 version ZIP size: 1795 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 200


1Don't Let Go (Love)4:58
3We Live For The Summer4:13
4Self Portrait3:47
5You Are The Fire3:52
6In The Name Of Love3:29
7Pleased To Meet Ya3:32
8Bring The Rain3:56
9'95 Tonight4:24
10Get On3:07
11Sweet Freeek4:52


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PCD-24368The Brand New Heavies Sweet Freaks ‎(CD, Album)P-Vine RecordsPCD-24368Japan2014
0209903EREPThe Brand New Heavies Sweet Freaks ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Ear Music0209903EREPEurope2014
ER203832The Brand New Heavies Sweet Freaks ‎(CD, Album)Ear MusicER203832US2014


  • Arranged By [Horns]Dan "Tod" Carpenter
  • Arranged By [Strings]Matt Steele
  • Backing VocalsDawn Joseph, Jan Kincaid
  • Bass GuitarAndrew Levy
  • Design [Cover Design]Kazuhiro Morita
  • Design [Sun Logo 86 Design]A. Levy
  • DrumsJan Kincaid
  • Engineer [Recording]Jarrod Pizzata, Mark 'Club' Ralph
  • GuitarSimon Bartholomew
  • KeyboardsJan Kincaid, Matt Steele (tracks: 1, 2, 11)
  • Layout [Artwork Layout]Louise Hendy
  • Lead VocalsDawn Joseph, Jan Kincaid (tracks: 5)
  • Mixed By [Assisted By], Mastered By [Assisted By]Clinton Mc Creery
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByToni Economides
  • PercussionJan Kincaid
  • Photography ByAmit And Naroop
  • Recorded By [Additional String Recording]Jasper Wilkinson
  • Recorded By [Strings]Matt Steele
  • Saxophone [Saxophones]Jim Hunt
  • Strings [String Players]Pete Whitfield (tracks: 10, 11)
  • TrumpetDaniel Carpenter
  • Viola [String Players]Matthew Glossop (tracks: 4)
  • Violin [String Players]Stephen Cordiner (tracks: 4)
  • Written-ByMartin, Andrea Monica (tracks: 11), Levy (tracks: 3 to 10), Joseph (tracks: 1, 3 to 10), Matias, Ivan A (tracks: 11), Kincaid (tracks: 3 to 10), Peter Gabriel (tracks: 2), Murray, Raymon Ameer (tracks: 11), Wade, Rico Renard (tracks: 11), Bartholomew (tracks: 1, 3 to 10)


Regular jewel case, transparent tray
16-page booklet: photos, lyrics, credits
Durations not listed on the release.

[booklet inside:]
The Brand New Heavies are
Simon Bartholomew - guitar
Dawn Joseph - lead and backing vocals
Jan Kincaid - drums, lead vocals on '95 Tonight , backing vocals, keyboards, percussion
Andrew Levy - bass guitar
[the rest of the musicians are listed under 'guest musicians' and 'string players']

Songs recorded at Baker St Studios London, Club Ralph London
Engineered by Jarrod Pizzata and Mark 'Club' Ralph.
Additional overdubbing at The Room At The Top TW3, The Deptford Dungeon Tower & Universe Studios London

String players
11 and 10 - Pete Whitfield [exact role not specified]
4 - violin by Matthew Glossop
4 - viola by Stephen Cordiner

Strings arranged and recorded by Matt Steele at Lever St Studios Manchester
Additional string recording by Jasper Wilkinson leverststudios.com

Jan Kincaid plays Sonor drums and Sabian cymbals exclusively
Andrew Levy uses to electronic, Warwick basses and Fender basses.

All songs written by Bartholomew, Joseph, Kincaid, Levy - Eagle I Music & Copyright Control
with the exception of
Sledgehammer written by Peter Gabriel published by Real Music Ltd and EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Don't Let Go (Love) written by Wade, Rico Renard, Murray, Raymon Ameer, Martin, Andrea Monica, Matias, Ivan A published by Almo-Music Corporation
Universal Music Publishing
International Ltd Universal Music Publishing Limited
Sweet Freak written by Bartholomew / Joseph

All tracks mixed and mastered by Toni Economides at his studio in London
Assisted by Clinton Mc Creery

Photography by Amit and Naroop www.amitandnaroop.com

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[rear sleeve:]
℗ & © 2014 Trunk Entertainment Ltd. under exclusive license to Edel Germany GmbH. earMUSIC is a project of Edel.

[disc face:]
Made in Germany by optimal media GmbH.

Full title of track 11, "Don't Let Go (Love)" appears in booklet credits only, elsewhere the track appears as "Don't Let Go".

Main differences between the Europe CD (0209873ERE) [this] and Japan CD (PCD-24368):
1. Sweet Freeek - Europe CD has at the beginning a guitar pluck sound, missing from Japan CD. The sound at the end is almost 5 sec longer.
3. In The Name Of Love - Europe CD (3:29) has the intro halved, the section from 3:17 to 4:01 (on Japan CD, 4:19) is removed.
4. Bring The Rain - On Europe CD, a second of intro "yeah yeahs" is cut, the end sound is 1.5 sec longer.
5. '95 Tonight - On Europe CD Dawn's vocals are mixed differently (or wider).
7. Get On - On Europe CD, there are additional (or differently mixed) vocals and additional percussion. The end sound is cut short by 5.5 sec.
8. We Live For The Summer - On Europe CD, the end fade-out is cut short by 2.5 sec.
9. Self Portrait - Europe CD has a cold end, Japan a fade-out, which is also almost 3 seconds shorter.
10. You Are The Fire - On Europe CD (3:52), a snippet is cut from the start. The choruses at the end differ after 3:24: Europe CD has just one chorus with no sax, Japan CD (4:18) has 2.5 choruses with sax.
11. Don't Let Go (Love) - Japan CD has the start sound faded in, Europe CD has the end sound cut short by 2.5 sec.
12. I Love It - appears on Japan CD only.


  • Barcode (Text): 4 029759 098737 >
  • Barcode: 4029759098737
  • Label Code: LC 01666
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media GmbH AE65446-01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9707
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpiL574


  • Published By – Almo Music Corp.
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Eagle-i Music Ltd.
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Real World Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing International Ltd.
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Baker St Studios
  • Recorded At – Club Ralph
  • Recorded At – The Deptford Dungeon Tower
  • Recorded At – Lever St Studios
  • Recorded At – Room At The Top
  • Recorded At – Universe Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trunk Entertainment Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Trunk Entertainment Ltd.
  • Licensed To – Edel Germany GmbH
  • Distributed By – Edel:Distribution
  • Made By – Optimal Media GmbH – AE65446
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AE65446


Sweet Freeek - The Brand New Heavies. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Sweet Freaks is going to be released on October 24th, 2014 on earMUSIC. An important part of what makes this album so lively as well as classy and all around enjoyable is The Brand New Heavies voice, provided by the beautiful and wonderful Dawn Joseph. Aging gracefully and doing what they do best, the Brand New Heavies certainly are Sweet Freaks as their 2014 album says, although that's sweet as in delightful and freaks as in the home at a reasonable hour variety. Songs in album The Brand New Heavies - Sweet Freaks 2014. The Brand New Heavies - Sweet Freeek. The Brand New Heavies - Sledgehammer. The Brand New Heavies - In The Name Of Love. The Brand New Heavies - Bring The Rain. The Brand New Heavies - '95 Tonight. The Brand New Heavies - Pleased To Meet Ya. The Brand New Heavies - Get On. The Brand New Heavies - We Live For The Summer. The Brand New. Album 2014 11 Songs. Sweet Freaks The Brand New Heavies. Brand New Heavies is the debut album by British acid jazz and funk group The Brand New Heavies. After signing with Acid Jazz, the band released People Get Ready as a vinyl single backed with Gimme One Of Those. Their next release, in 1990, was the single Dream Come True featuring Jay Williamson, then known as Jay Ella Ruth, on vocals. The same year, the band released their self-titled debut on Acid Jazz Records in a largely instrumental version. Listen free to The Brand New Heavies Sweet Freaks Sweet Freeek, Sledgehammer and more. 11 tracks 43:46. The eleven tracks featured on the quartet's tenth studio album Sweet Freaks are just the latest proof of that full of irresistible grooves, well thought-out melodies and as much lively energy and enthusiasm as on any of their highly successful early outings. Everything came together in a comparable short time span of less than four months. The album's title song Sweet Freeek makes clear what the album is all about: irresistible melodies that get stuck to your head for days to come. The album doesn't lose any of the band's trademark sound but spikes it up with fresh, crispy grooves. Sweet Freaks. The Brand New Heavies. Released 2014. Sweet Freaks Tracklist. Sweet freeek Lyrics. About Sweet Freaks. Sweet Freaks Q&A. More The Brand New Heavies albums. Forward Show all albums by The Brand New Heavies. Main differences between the Europe CD 0209873ERE and Japan CD PCD-24368 : 1. Sweet Freeek - Europe CD has at the beginning a guitar pluck sound, missing from Japan CD. The sound at the end is almost 5 sec longer. In The Name Of Love - Europe CD 3:29 has the intro halved, the section from 3:17 to 4:01 on Japan CD, 4:19 is removed