Last Man Standing Electronics FR/Action David Friede, the name of the person behind the project FR/Action, started his career with the release of the album 'Crimes of the Future' which were released during august 2002. Almost to the day two years after David releases his new album 'Last Man Standning' which musically is a mix of techno pop that meets futurepop that meets synthpop and the whole way back again. The first thing that hits you is the cinematic feeling all over the sound, which isn't that strange since David Friede have studied film at the USC Film School in the US. The nicely drawn cover makes its part for you to think about some cool future-tech move in manga-style. Maybe not a scene where the blood spew are like a fountain (as you know are pretty common in the action manga flicks), but somewhere in that direction. Besides the ten tracks there are also two music videos included for the songs "Partners in Crime" and "Vigilante" where you easily are able to see that David is really keen on film noir. This is something which is appreciated since extra material is mostly fun. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
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FR/Action - Last Man Standing

David Friede, the name of the person behind the project FR/Action, started his career with the release of the album 'Crimes of the Future' which were released during august 2002. Almost to the day two years after David releases his new album 'Last Man Standning' which musically is a mix of techno pop that meets futurepop that meets synthpop and the whole way back again. The first thing that hits you is the cinematic feeling all over the sound, which isn't that strange since David Friede have studied film at the USC Film School in the US. The nicely drawn cover makes its part for you to think about some cool future-tech move in manga-style. Maybe not a scene where the blood spew are like a fountain (as you know are pretty common in the action manga flicks), but somewhere in that direction.

Besides the ten tracks there are also two music videos included for the songs "Partners in Crime" and "Vigilante" where you easily are able to see that David is really keen on film noir. This is something which is appreciated since extra material is mostly fun.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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