I was referred to the album by a friend and it is so worth it. The two CD set is a great mix of reggae, funk, jazz, and dub. Not something that is widely available in America. Those Kiwis really know how to make the groovin' music.
Keep on Pushing has the original form of all the songs on it. The album has some groovy instrumental sections - great drum beats and funky jazz brass portions. Great vocal work on all of the tracks. My favorite tracks are Dance Dance, Little Atoms, and Hey Son. Funk Factor 9
Pushed is the remixed version of Keep on Pushing. The mixing done is awesome. There are a couple of different mixes for some of the songs and they are all unique. Same great drum beats, brass sections, and vocal work with some funky atmospheres added. The remixes make you want to get your funky dance moves on. Even more so than the Keep on Pushing, if that is possible. Favorite tracks are Keep On Pushing ( 50Hz remix ), Black Sunrise ( House Of Shem remix ), Black Swandri ( Black Sunrise - 100 Plastic Knives vs The Video Kid remix ), Almost Home ( Coming Back Home - Jet Jaguar remix ), Your Sunrise ( In Your Eyes/Black Sunrise - mute/hummle re:mangle ), and a couple more. :) Funk Factor 10
Overall, if you are in the mood to try something non-mainstream, you should definitely get this album.