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  • Vinyl (27 Oct. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: End
  • ASIN: B0000CG9OX
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,713,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Bown on 26 Jan. 2004
Format: Audio CD
The first CD on this mix is reminiscent of some of L&Bs epic sessions at The End, a great mix of hip-hop, house and tech-house.Unfortunetly the second CD fails to live up the standard set in the first and suffers from a severe lack of variety.Whilst i'll listen to the first CD again, the second one is destined for a life in the smartly designed packaging. Shame.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T Phillips on 12 Jan. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Listening to disk one of All Night Long I am inspired to write my first music review. OK, I'm biased - I'm a regular visitor to L&B!s stunningly good residency at The End (say hello when you go too) and I rate their own productions - so I was very keen to hear the pair's first mix album. It exceeded my expectations.
The 2nd CD is a superior mix of techy tunes, in their own style. As good as you'd expect, but for me the real treat is the first CD. Every one of this more diverse selection of tunes is brilliant and the mixing is flawless and understated, flowing from hard-edged tunes to cheerful tunes (but none to overstep the line arguably crossed by Love Story). As with their live sets the beat rolls on relentless, and the whole mix oozes funk.
If you appreciate any form of electronic music then Buy This Album, and join the campaign to add a 6th star to the rating.
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Format: Audio CD
I got into Layo and Bushwacka! after being deeply impressed by the single Love Story. I now own all their albums, and this mix album is probably the best I've ever heard.
The first CD is by far the best, cruising between styles and genres effortlessly (hip-hop, acid jazz, techno, house, breakbeat) and makes you want to find out more about every artist on the CD. It's perfectly mixed and timed and is impressive in it's ability to take in so many disparate artists and meld them in a highly listenable way.
The second CD feels darker, and grabs your attention less, but the Bebel Gilberto, INXS and Sly and the Family Stone stand out particularly. Again the mixing is incredible, and it is able to sustain a mood and tone throughout.
This is a great mix album, if you're in doubt about the future of dance music this duo seem to have the formula nailed and it's well worth a listen.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SeLL_SOaP on 15 Jan. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Having heard last year's NIghtworks, i was expecting from the duo to continue as it was: true electronica from downtempo to almost tech tunes. The first cd is like being there by accident (somebody else's cd???), has nothin to do with L&B, and is from R&B to cheesy house, without catching the listener's ear. All trax just flow in the background.
Now the second one, things r gettin better. From trak no 3 and then, L&B find their true inner self, and start from mid tempo tech trakks and they end to some almost dance trax, deep electronica sounds.
Its your call.
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Mostly outstanding - start with disc 2 4 May 2004
By S. D. Seitz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Picked this up on a recent electronica expedition at Rasputin's and it was the last one I grabbed. It's an amazing layering of sounds that picks up right where Night Works, their previous release leaves off. Disc 1 is a bit more experimental, and does have some tracks with some vox on them, 'Special Place' has a killer funky intro and blends into some rap, 'Rock the Record' the next track, has some repititious vocals, and 'Jam on It' the track after that, is mostly pretty funny with some bizarre sped up vocals that sounds like MC Pokemon or some shenanigans, but when it hits, disc 1 is amazing. Orbital's "Funny Break" is typical Orbital, simply outstanding. Western Root's Scorpio Swift is a highpoint of disc 1, and lays down an incredibly smooth vibe.
Disc 2 is the gold in this set though, similar to Disc 1 of Tosca's Dehli9 release - it's the one to listen to. Disc 2 is almost all music, and surrounds you with a stunning layering of sound that is finding itself in reavy rotation in my car and at work. James Banitez' "Starchaser" is inspiring, and is a highpoint. The whole second disc though never lets up and Layo and Bushwacka! definitely showcase their skill with this set.
4/5 starts from me. Disc 1 is a bit more experimental, and hell *I* love it, but it is a bit uneven as a chill/techno/house CD as it showcases so many styles. Disc 2 is phenomenal, and I love it as much as my Sasha CD's, which is saying something as Sasha is the MAN.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
All Night Long Is Right!!! 28 Feb. 2004
By "hijumes2" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a CD that you can pop in at a party and keep on all night. The disc flows very well with transitions between songs that keep everyone guessing what track its on. Though the discs play like one steady song because of the well mixed transitions, each song is very different from the next. Layo and Bushwacka mix jazz, hip hop, techno, psychedalia, and more (even spoken word poetry- Loveless). Its variety and seemless transitions are what makes this disc work so well. Play this at a party and you will get people dancing and socializing. People just can't help it. The music is energizing without being too aggressive and with enough variety that you won't get bored.
This dj set is something that you would hear at The End(Layo's great dance club), in London . After spending some time out there last year it was great being able to take some of this great music back with me. If you want a feel for what some of the London clubs are like, pick this disc up immediately. If you are into dancing and/or throwing kick ass parties, it is essential. Great music for whatever substance you are on :) Enjoy!!
Respecful enough that it gets the job done. 2 May 2008
By Nathaniel Udel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I personally like this release of Layo and Bushwacka for its down tempo, not because it's the greatest release. I am respectful enough to have it in my collection. It starts off kind of slow on the first disc, but goes from being a break beat to full beat. I love these release for its down tempo. something Lay & Bushwacka do best. I can play this with Mark Farina. This is what I paid for.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A bit of a dissapointment. 19 Sept. 2004
By David B - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
After hearing Nightworks from Layo & Bushwacka, I bought this CD, All Night Long, hoping it was more of the same. Have to say I'm a bit disappointed. Perhaps this will grow on me.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not very good 20 April 2004
By Josh Gitter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Disc 1 is truly awful. They try to do some sort of old-skool tribute, but it's just unlistenable. Some of the samples are sped up to the point where it resembles "Alvin & The Chipmunks." Believe me, it's just horrible. Not something you'd want to listen to at work, in your car or even dance to at a club.
Disc 2 is just ok, mixed well, but nothing really stands out. Don't waste your money on this sad excuse for a mix cd.
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