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Fergie - Ken the Man

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Fergie has had one roller coaster of a young life. As dance music?s biggest personality, he?s never far from the kind of controversy that?s part and parcel of rock n roll ? and the club scene is far the better for it. Fresh from a year spent rocking dancefloors here in the UK and abroad, the odd support date with the likes of Moby, and further making his Radio 1 show the one-stop shop for underground, quality music of varying styles, Ireland?s favourite son is about to make the next leap in his already highly successful career, and 2006 is set to be his biggest year to date.



?Ken The Men? sounds like the bastard son of Plastikman?s ?Spastic? and Alter Ego?s finest moments from the 90?s Harthouse era. It heads straight for the middle of 21st century dancefloors for a rawkus journey through heavy percussion and dischordant synth stabs, chucking in the odd breakdown for good measure.



Fergie?s own remix keeps the basics of the original, but toughens up the bassline for a chunkier outing peppered with hi-end drum rolls. Also on the package is a stunning rerub from rising tech stars, Tolfrey & Sylvester. Fresh from their recent outing on Crosstown Rebels, they strip down ?Ken The Men? into a pulsating minimal epic that sounds like an illicit three-way between Pac Man, a modem and an Atari.

Release Info

  • Catalog:
  • PF 003
  • Label:
  • Punch Funk
  • Format:
  • 12"
  • Title:
  • Ken the Man
  • Artist:
  • Fergie
  • Style:
  • Techno
  • Country:
  • Germany
  • Released:
  • 2006 week 14
  • Order:
  • End of Life
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