|3||Riders in the Night (Live)|
|4||Matters of the Heart (Live)|
|6||Doot Doot (12" Mix)|
|7||Doot Doot (Special extended 12" mix)|
|8||Doot Doot (album version/clean version)|
|9||Doot-Doot (extended mix)|
|11||Doot Doot (extended 12'' mix)|
|12||Doot-Doot (12" Mix)|
|13||Doot Doot - Extended Version|
|14||Doot Doot (extended version)|
|15||Doot Doot - Album Version / Clean Version|
Freur was a new wave-synthpop band featuring Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, who went on to form the successful electronic act Underworld. It was their second band, following their art school collaboration, The Screen Gemz. Their most well-known song is "Doot-Doot", which charted at number 59 on the UK Singles Chart.
The band was formed in the early 1980s in Cardiff, Wales by Hyde, Smith and Alfie Thomas. It originally had only a graphic 'squiggle' for a name. In 1983, after recruiting John Warwicker and drummer Bryn Burrows (formerly of the Fabulous Poodles), they got a recording contract with CBS Records. As the label insisted on a pronounceable name, the band made the compromise that the squiggle was pronounced Freur.