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1. You're Never Alone With A Clone/No Diggity - Lo Fidelity Allstars/Black Street
2. Stand Clear - Indian Ropeman
3. Pump Me Up - Trouble Funk
4. You Must Learn (Live From Caucus Mountain Remix) - Boogie Down Productions
5. Levitation - Runaways
6. Raw Element - Dirt
7. Darn (Cold Way O' Lovin) - Super_Collider
8. What Is It? - Wildstyle Bob Nimble
9. Black Is Black (Ultimatum Mix) - Jungle Brothers
10. (Hey You) What That Sound? - Les Rythmes Digitales
11. (I Need The) Disko Doktor - Space Raiders
12. Stakker Humanoid - Humanoid
13. 20 Seconds To Comply - Silver Bullet
14. Funk Phenomena (Johnickennydope Mastermix) - Danmass
15. Makin' It Happen - Jackson And His Computer Band
16. Many Tentacles Pimping On The Keys - Lo Fidelity Allstars
17. The Whole Church Should Get Drunk - Feelgood Factor
18. I Can Feel Your Love - Felice Taylor
19. Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy - The Tams
20. Out Of Space - Prodigy
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Lo Fidelity Allstars ~ On The Floor At The Boutique

Amazon.co.uk

If you had to explain dance music to someone from another planet, you could simply play On the Floor at the Boutique for the curious creature. Because, besides being a great party album, this Lo Fidelity Allstars DJ remix disc is like a crash course in late-20th-century grooves. Hip-hop, techno, R&B, house, big beat, go-go, and more are all part of this expansive set. Even a couple of late-'60s soul tracks wind up on the CD. When the band's eerie, atmospheric intro, "You're Never Alone with a Clone," segues into the infectious '90s R&B of Blackstreet's "No Diggity," you know the album is going to hop genres with abandon. Rather than crafting a finely contoured, ever-building DJ set, the British big-beat group goes for broke: the CD is an unrelenting rush from one energy peak to another. Amazingly, the Allstars actually manage to pull off this take-no-prisoners approach without dulling the senses. Boutique is a 73-minute olio of fever-pitch dance mania. --Fred Cisterna

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Big Beafy Beats 21 Aug. 2000
By Sean McDonald - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Of course this is not like a fat boy slim disk, but it is as good if not better than the initial Boutique disk. This is one of the most eclectic mixes that one can buy and the Lo-Fi's feel the need to stuff as many types of dance-beats into one record as possible. The first few tracks start off with a mainstream rap feel to them, yet the beats make it, not the lyrics. This great vibe continues for most of the first half (ending with the BANGING Black is Black by the Jungle Brothers), shfiting into BIG BEAT mode with Disko Doktor, and keeping a strong steady beat until the absolutely delicious "The Whole Church Should Get Drunk" which fades with a sweet 60's pop ditty (and the 60's feel of Prodigy's Out of Space).
I still really enjoy this disk becasue it is not straight ahead anything... not rap, big beat nothing. It is a truly joyous disk that works for both upbeat dance or speaker thumping beat music. It reminds me of a slightly more dancable version of Prodigy's great "Dirtchamber sessions". Good smart fun.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Fresh, Hip, and WICKED FUN 18 Feb. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I love BattleFlag. That was my bad mood song. I used to blast it loud enough to shake the walls of my room. This CD is the bomb. Lo Fi Stars are fresh, hip, and sound like Jamiroquai on heavy drugs. Awesome. I am a pure Trance addict, so this was a bit of exploration but it payed off. I love this CD. I'm not a great fan of the "Rage Against the MAchine" and the "Kill the Government" style lyrics, but this awesome stuff. But it is not techno. it is urban. very different stuff people. if you are looking for another ATB get the party going group, look at TranceNation or Gatecrasher. If you just want some good bass poundin' fun, buy this.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not quite the same 10 Feb. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This cd is very good indeed. The one thing is don't confuse it with How to Operate With A Blown Mind. Each cd is good but there isn't too much in common between the two.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Rap and Techno and The Whole Chuch Should Get Drunk 20 Feb. 2000
By Erik Kudrna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What I like best about the On the Floor at the Boutique series is how they have a great mix of techno and non-techno songs. Although this is only the 2nd in the series, The Lo-Fidelity Allstars have shown that they can pick the right songs for the party. It starts of with "No Diggity" by Blackstreet which is pretty run o the mill, but "Stand Clear" by Indian Ropeman is a direct departure from American R & B with its sitar sounds and rumbling bass. The next song is the worst by far on the cd which is a shame. I found myself starting at track 4 "You Must Learn" by BDP and taking it from there. The Hip Hop flava runs throughout and is highlighted on the Jungle Brother's "Black is Black". The Allstars are adequete with the segues, but could have done a bit more. Overall a very enjoyable cd, and what mix that has "Funk Phenomena" isn't fun?
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing, but depends on frame of reference. 4 Sept. 2002
By Jane Avriette - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had recently bought Fatboy Slim's On The Floor at the Boutique. That really was a fantastic album, and I keep coming back to it. I wanted to hear more of the series (and 'The Boutique' is a large series), and made this my second selection.
I was pretty disappointed. Where Fatboy Slim had a lethal plate of beats and 303's, this album has a lot of remixed old hip-hop songs (Jungle Brothers and Blackstreet). This isn't really bad in and of itself, but it detracts from the main theme of the record: Big Beat. It is, afterall, the Big Beat Boutique, isn't it?
So, that having been said, I liked the blackstreet remix. I even liked the Jungle Brothers remix. But I find that I feel "strange" listening to an album that preaches on and on about "blackness," as a white person. Perhaps if the All Stars had focused on the music instead of skin color, the album would have seemed brighter and a little more coherent.
Buy used, if at all.
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