Freddy Bastone

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Freddy Bastone (born 1963) is a DJ and producer from The Bronx, New York most known for performing at Danceteria in Britland, alongside his partner Mark Kamins. He was known for his mix of Dance, Electronica, Punk, and other genres in his set. He quickly became a famed DJ and began mixing and producing for different record labels. He remixed songs for artists such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood ("Rage Hard" in 1986), Queen (the '1991 Bonus track "Seven Seas of Rhye" on the album Queen II), Bananarama, Brandy, Judas Priest, Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott ("Pass That Dutch" from her fifth album, This Is Not a Test! (released November 2003), Radiohead, Rod Stewart, and Taxi Doll.

Bastone worked with Jefferey Bernstein, in a partnership known as Bastone and Burnz, producing dance mixes for the likes of Justin Timberlake, Hall and Oates, and J.Lo, as well as creating their only album titled Bad Behavior.

Also recorded under the alias The Corporation of One who was signed to Aaron Fuch's label Smokin' / Tuff City Records. The Corporation of One had success with a 12" called The Real Life - which sampled Theme For Great Cities by Simple Minds. The Corporation of One had one LP - Black Like Me in 1989. Also produced some Hip Hop 12"s in the 1980s - The Almighty El-Cee - We Have Risen / Skool's Out (Supertronics 1987)

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