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One fo the Top 50 DJs of the world (based on - THE WORLD’S LARGEST DJ DIRECTORY) specialized in Progressive Trance music, DJ/Producer Freeman started mixing in 2000. He has released four full albums at this point.

His debut album was “Acid Miixxx”. It was released in the year 2006. His second album, “The Others”, was released in 2007. Releasing two albums (“Nostalgia” and “Tumultuous”) in 2008, indicated his keen interest in responding to his fans’ expectations all over the world.

“Since the theme of some tracks in ‘Nostalgia’ were wistful to some extents”, he says “I made up my mind to make something not in such a gloomy mood, and that’s why I produced ‘Tumultuous’”.

He considers each of his albums - each composed of 10 tracks - as a “Decalogue” every track representing a commandment for himself.

A noteworthy point about his albums is that in each album he has a song related to different languages and traditions.

“Go Shogun” in “Acid Miixxx (2006)” signifies “Japanese Shoguns”.

“Zeit Schatz und Ubergeschnappt DJ” from the album “The Others (2007)” is a song sung in German.

And, “Rosh Hashanah & Hatikvah” in “Nostalgia (2008)” represents Jewish traditions and Hebrew language. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, and Hatikvah - meaning “hope” - is the national anthem of Israel.

His works resemble those of Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, and Carl Cox since - as he asserts - they are his “models” in making music. He also likes Deep Dish style very much.

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