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Crazy Itch Radio

4 Sept. 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 4 Sept. 2006
  • Label: XL Recordings
  • Copyright: 2006 XL Recordings Ltd
  • Total Length: 46:42
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  • ASIN: B001MV05YW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 112,296 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By r6owner on 11 Oct. 2006
Format: Audio CD
First basement jaxx album I have bought, heard "Hush Boy" on Jo Wylie's live lounge and loved the track and the others they did.

Bought the album next week and can't stop playing it, I especially like "Take Me Back To Your House" with the banjo in the background and the trumpets on "Hey You"
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P. N. Jones on 18 Jan. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Well, we've got all sorts in here. Outkast spring to mind, the jaxx are as fearless as Outkast with their borrowing from different genres and they are wholly skilled at mixing it in there. I don't know their earlier work, only a few radio tracks. I'm too old to listen to radio 1 any more let alone go to a discotheque without a chair lift and oxygen and this sounds proper good to me. a very decent album with no duffers on it.

Now, back to my Glenn Miller records.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mynchiboy on 19 Sept. 2006
Format: Audio CD
'Crazy Itch Radio' seems to have received a mixed reaction in some quarters but pay no attention! Either those who criticise it are simply talking.. or have never heard (or can't remember) 'Remedy'. Great return to early garagey form, especially 'take me back to your house', 'smoke bubbles' and 'lights go down' (almost an extended version of 'If I ever recover' - a very underestimated tune from 'Kish Kash'). The boys done good. Only seem to get better.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MissV on 11 Mar. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Basement Jaxx isn't an album which sits naturally in my CD collection but after seeing them support Robbie last summer, thinking I'd have to grin and bear their set, I was very pleasantly surprised and found myself participating in a non-alcohol induced 'bounce'! Equally I was surprised that I knew virtually all their tracks, just didn't ever know who sung them. Bought the album straight after and wasn't disappointed - my big favourites are Hush Boy, Take me back to your house, On the Train and Everybody. Also love the Crazy Itch intro! The rest of the album is at an ok-listenable level but I don't skip past any tracks which is always a good sign!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ali Weir on 8 Nov. 2006
Format: Audio CD
First off, this is nothing short of a decent album, albeit the Jaxxxs 4th best...

On first listen, I was disappointed with tracks such as 'Run 4 Cover' (definatly the worst, just skip it!) with a whole song about a 'minger'! WHAT!? Is going on!

But then of course the Jaxx come up trumps with excellence such as 'On The Train', 'Everybody' and the brilliant 'Lights Go Down' (keep listening as well for the hidden track).

The first 1/2 is a bit poor. With first listening we get a huge crescendo of 'Intro', promising something good! This glides into the, some might say the 'Oh My Gosh of the album, 'Hush Boy'. A catchy up beat classic Jaxx tune. Then comes the first radio themed track 'Zoomalude'. I do agree with most of the reviewers here that it does get a bit repetitive and dull. But this introduces 'Take Me Back To Your House'. First listen, the banjo gets VERY annoying. Give it time and will become one of the best. This then leads into 'Hey U'. With a great intro, with carnival style drums and trumpets, again we expect something big, unfortunately it's a bit bland but sill with an uplifting chorus. Moving onto one of THE BEST songs now 'On The Train'. A song about drugs (which comes up again as a matter of fact in 'Smoke Bubbles'!). Jazzy style drums with light chords and an altogether laid back song with an ending that never seems to end! Now coming to, in my view, the worst song. 'Run 4 Cover' A song with a VERY annoying and repetitive chorus 'Run for cova!!! Run for cova!!!' Musically, this could be a very classic Jaxx song, but lyrically, its just plain lazy that makes you cringe when listening! This then leads onto the next 'Skillalude'. A 35 sec track with a guy screaming and laughing because the tracks going backwards...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Pitts-Tucker on 25 Sept. 2006
Format: Audio CD
When you've listened to it once, you'll listen to it again and again until your singin' the songs without realising the CD isn't on.

This album features everything Basement Jaxx is known for. Awesomely big sounds, 'phat' beats, mixing music genres you never thought you'd hear together, amazing vocals & little ditty's of unexpected interludes which make listening to an album from beginning to end an essential and perhaps not much practised art in this day and age. It's a bit 'pop' heavy for the electro-heads out there ( at times me), but no doubt the 'nite dub' remixes which pop up later on in the PR album release machine will cover all bases for each songs particular sound.

For me whenever I've listened to it whilst heading into work it really pepps you up for the day and I can't wait to hear some of the traxx in a club with a proper sound system. Its a definite for anyone who already owns any of the Jaxx back catalogue.

Best traxx = Hey U.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By O. Thompson on 4 Sept. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Okay so before I begin better make a couple of things clear... first, I'm a huge Basement Jaxx fan, and second, I've only just finished listening to the new album for the first time... so this review is based solely on that first listen...

It's not bad... it's not great... nothing stands out especially... if i think back over the last three albums, all of them leapt out of my stereo, grabbed me by the throat, and wouldn't let go until I'd thrown myself about for a bit... unfortunately, Crazy Itch Radio hasn't even lurched at me yet...

My favourite track on the CD is probably Smoke Bubbles ... very chilled, with a wicked opening rap that leads into a smooth female vocal... interesting subject matter too, that I can relate to all too well...

Take Me Back To Your House isn't bad and will probably be the next single...... nice banjo on it, and catchy chorus that I imagine many people will wind up singing along with, and the vocalist, Martina Bang (?), does a great job...

Hey You's classic Basement Jaxx... very bouncy, with nice chanting chorus, and weird trumpet sounding bits... nice pace to it, and great vocals...

The single, Hush Boy, sounds way too much like Oh My Gosh, the single from the Greatest Hits compilation... don't get me wrong, Oh My Gosh is one of my favourite Jaxx tunes, but the fact that Hush Boy is practically a reworking makes me worry that the Jaxx may be running out of steam...

Not keen on Run 4 Cover... bit aggressive for my tastes, and can't be dealing with the cheesy sounding sample in the background (even more annoying as I can't quite place where I recognise it from!)... saying all of that I can easily see myself jumping about to it at a festival or gig, and it's certainly relentless, if nothing else...
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