Work It Baby will release the French house heavyweight's first full-length later this year.
Fred Falke is ready to release his debut artist album, Part IV.
The album comes more than a decade into the French producer's illustrious career, which includes remixes for the likes of Kelis and Jamiroquai, plus disco-flavored anthems like "Intro," one of his collaborations with Alan Braxe. "So much of modern music takes the ideas in the '70s and '80s and uses them in a very superficial way," Falke says. "I hope I have managed to create something that re-asserts the musicality of this era within the context of modern music and modern production methods."
Part IV features previously unreleased tracks along with some of Falke's past productions, such as "808pm At The Beach" and "Look Into Your Eyes." It will hit stores in November or December via Kris Menace's label, Work It Baby.
01. 808pm At the Beach
02. Back to Stay
03. Last Wave
05. Omega Man
06. Bare Knuckle
09. Wait For Love
10. Look Into Your Eyes
11. Love Theme
Work It Baby will release Part IV in late 2011.