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Freddie Cruger - Pretty Little Thing feat. Linn

Freddie Cruger - Pretty Little Thing feat. Linn
(12") Tru Thoughts, March-April 2007

Don't know what happened to this, if it ever will be released or not... Here's what Freddie was saying about it on MySpace:

Freddie Cruger feat Linn "Pretty Little Thing" will be released on a 12" inch from Tru Thoughts in march-april incl. remix by Karizma, also with instr and acapella versions. Incl. I will also add a unreleased bonus track as a treat.

Me and Linn are putting togheter an album witch we hope to be finished with in april-may and it will probably be released by Tru Thoughts later this year. I am also working on some songs with very talented Donn Thompson out of Philly, we are planing to release a 12" ep in 2007. I also hope to make some new songs with Athony David that last time he came to town went home with about 20 beats of mine to write to, he is crazy talented to, i feel blessed having the opportunity to work with this people. I am also will be doing some dj gigs this spring, where you can find in my calender on my page. I hope you will be on the look out for this forthcoming releases, and with that i want to wish you all the best in 2007!
Peace, love and togetherness
(from Freddie Cruger MySpace page)


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