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  • Audio CD (15 Dec 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea Japan
  • ASIN: B000JLSVCO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,583,236 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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CD ALBUM

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "leebooo82" on 10 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of the Jaxx since the day 'Remedy' was released.
But for me, this album's much more of a grower than the previous two – I couldn't get into it for several listens. Some songs grab you straight away ('Right here’s The Spot', 'Lucky Star' and 'Plug It In') but others just sound like crazy random noise (esp. 'Supersonic', 'Tonight' and 'Living Room'). For this reason, I couldn’t make my mind up.
After a few listens, however, I was hooked and I now love this album to pieces!
The first few tracks give a great start to the album and ‘Good Luck’ will makes a great single. But then 'Supersonic' is a slight departure, although it picks up towards the end. 'Plug It In' is amazing, but leads on to the weakest track of the album, 'If I Ever Recover' – it’s just too slow! Don't worry though, as its only 3 minutes long and creates great contrast with the next song, 'Cish Cash'. This leads on to the end section which is very cool, esp. 'Hot 'N Cold' and 'Living Room'.
All in all, 'Kish Kash' is an amazingly cool fusion of funk, rock and house with some pumping tracks that'll be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. Great grooves, top vocals and beats you MUST crank up the volume to fully appreciate.
Give it time, it will pay off.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Y. Bashir on 27 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
Upon hearing this album a few of the loyal Basement Jaxx may be surprised at the slight push away from house music and how varied this album is. Although don't let that be a disappointment the album is awesome and definitely the best Jaxx album to date. A lot of collaboration work has been done on many of the tracks.
Good Luck (Feat Lisa Kekaula), opens up the album, the song is uplifting and has a Gloria Gaynor I will Survive type of vibe to it but with bigger beats and with a Basement Jaxx twist to it. Right Heres The Spot (Feat Ndegocello), this song almost has a neptune vibe to it. Lucky Star features MOBO nominee Dizee Rascal all the tracks have heavy bass and this one doesn't disappointment. Plug It In (Feat JC Chasez) this track wouldn't look out of place on a daft punk album definitely one which many will be singing along to.
The album really heats up with tracks like Cish Cash (Feat Siouxsie Sioux) this track is awesome with a phatt rolling bassline. Hot N Cold, is another fast paced track with a big beat type vibe to it.
The album doesn't disappoint on some of the more mellower tracks such as If I Ever Recover and Tonight (Feat Phoebe) which sounds like something Moby would come up with.
Basement Jaxx are pushing the sound forward and what they've come up with is totally awesome. Definitely worth buying well before your mates tell you how good it is. There's too many good tracks to pass it up.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Burjiz on 22 July 2004
Format: Audio CD
Basement Jaxx is a duo I've always admired, but I never thought they totally deserved all the praise the press lavishes upon them. For sure, they released two really solid albums of jumpy, nervous disco featuring club anthems like "Romeo" and "Rendez-Vous." Are they pretty good? Yeah. But are they knock-me-out brilliant? Nah. However, the London duo's third outing, "Kish Kash," could be the disc that finally justifies the hype. I think it's their best album yet. This time around, the Jaxx rope in a slew of guest vocalists, and they all make great impressions on this disc. Like the songs on their predecessors "Rooty" and "Remedy," the grooves on "Kish Kash" bounce from edgy house to acid-dipped funk that recalls George Clinton and Prince. Meshell Ndegeocello makes two vocal appearances, the better of which is the sensual, clap-your-hands-together jam "Right Here's the Spot," while goth queen Siouxsie Sioux lends her vocals to the abrasive title track, a rush of punk energy Avril Lavinge and Pink would die for. JC Chasez of, ahem, NSYNC makes a near-unrecognizable appearance on the funky "Plug it In," while "Supersonic" (featuring Totlyn Jackson) is an out-there slab of electronica that also stands out. "Kish Kash" is, in my view, the duo's most consistent joint to date, and it easily eclipses their last two efforts. Grade: A-
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I would not generally consider myself a great fan of this genre, but having listened to a couple of download samples I bought this anyway. In general the album's pretty good, and in particular the tracks Lucky Star, Tonight and Living Room are pretty uplifting. Kish Kash is good for getting you in the mood to go out.
If I have sounded a little moderate on my praise so far I have to make an exception for the track Plug It In. This tune is just SO. DAMN. GOOD. I challenge anyone who has even the slightest appreciation for dance music not to love this tune. If you claim not to like it then you're lying, or deaf.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Galvin on 11 Mar 2004
Format: Audio CD
Basement Jaxx's third album opens with the stunning Good Luck, a melange of heavy drum and bass, excellent break beats and the talented Lisa Kekaula coming over all Motown. This has to be the best opener to any new album I've heard in quite a while. Unfortunately, the Jaxx can't keep up this quality, and by the second track, we're back into familiar Rooty territory, although by this stage of their career, the list of feat's is a little more impressive (Dizzee Rascal, JC, Siouxsir Sioux and of course the superb Mehsell Ndegeocello).
However, being in familiar territory with Basement Jaxx is never a bad thing, it's dance music pure and simple (also see Daft Punk, Chemical Bros); the whole point of it is to get your moving (waving your hands in the air like you just don't care), and it achieves this with little effort. Good for listening to before a night out (or after a night out), but it's a little too 'busy' for casual listening.
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