Rednex – Wild N Free – Compact Disc Single
Rednex was initially the brainchild of Swedish producers Janne Ericsson, Orjan Oban Oberg, and Pat Reiniz, who decided to try mixing country music with eurodance. The name “Rednex” was chosen as a misspelling of the word rednecks. They reworked the traditional folk song, Cotton-Eyed Joe, into a dance song and released it in 1994, to huge worldwide success. This started the Country House music fad which lasted for a few years afterward.
They recorded their songs with studio musicians, and a fake group of redneck role players to represent the group were put together. Over the years, these performers have come and gone, and as of 2006 there have been 11 different role players. Though they were not involved in the actual music making in the beginning, they are responsible for the Rednex image as a whole and thus are considered just as much part of the group as the actual musicians. In 2005 they started to play the music themselves as well taking over all vocal parts and the music production.
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the original plastic seal
Made In Germany
1. Wild N Free (Original Mix)
2. Wild N Free (Remix Edit)
3. Wild N Free (Original Extended)
4. Wild N Free (Remix Extended)
There are no reviews yet.