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Don't You Remember The Future [Double CD]

Jamie Jones Audio CD

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Disc: 1
1. Don't You Remember the Future
2. Mars
3. Summertime (Feat. Ost & Kjex)
4. Deep in the Ghetto
5. Half Human
6. This Is How
7. Sand Dunes
8. Absolute Zero (Feat. Alison Mars)
9. Galactic Space Bar (Feat. The Egyptian Lover)
10. Turning Tables
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. My Body
2. Acerola
3. I'm Down With R2D2
4. House Ain't Back (It Never Went Away)
5. We CAN
6. Pin the Cushin
7. I Like It

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4.0 out of 5 stars Class 28 Nov 2009
By Boony - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Woooooooooooohhhhooooooooooooooo Come on Jamie!!!

Jaime don't got to prove nothing, he's an ALL ORIGINAL. Excellent 100% self production and a taste of what truly makes his sound unique.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jamie Jones nearly succeeds in resurrecting electro 12 Oct 2009
By Brendan A. MacWade - Published on Amazon.com
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I like this album. It has hooks, funky beats, a really good production, and a consistent futuristic theme. I just with it had gone deeper into the roots of the electro genre. If the intent of this album was to bring back the electro sound of the early 1980s, then there could have been a more retro production. When I think electro, I think of Afrika Bambaataa ("Planet Rock"), "I Need A Freak", and small funk/electro groups like Planet Patrol and the electro examples heard on the Grand Theft Auto Vice City soundtrack. Jamie Jones approaches the drum machine / synth / voicebox sound of Electro at times, but never stays there for an extended period of time.

I don't know if this album promised to be an electro revival, but it comes frustratingly close. Let's call it a really good contemporary dance album with hints of early 80s electro. It is good, but could have gone all the way and would have made the pioneers proud.

Having said that, there are some highlights on this album that have made their ways to club dancefloors. "Summertime" is an intoxicating one-chorus homage to Prince. "Galactic Space Bar" is great. So is "Turning Tables" and "Sand Dunes". So there's no shortage of quality dance music, but this album could have had more focus if the intent were to make an electro record in the early 80s tradition.

But keep an eye on Jamie Jones. This young Welsh dude is very capable of making a crowd dance...
5.0 out of 5 stars Detroit Techno Revisited 17 Aug 2012
By Derric (Rau Khu) Moore author of MAA AANKH vol.I, Kamta: A Practical Kamitic Path for Obtaining Power and Maa: A Guide to the Kamitic Way for Personal - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't know who Jamie Jones is or where he is from. All I know is that this album sounds like the music I grew up with in Detroit. It has that same grimy, industrial and a little house vocals that the early techno music had. I love this cd. It is great when sometimes you need something that is a little hard and enough bass that makes the ppl next to you, while you're driving wonder what the heck you are listening to.
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