- Audio CD (19 Oct. 1998)
- Limited Edition edition
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: Extra tracks, Limited Edition, Import
- Label: Emi
- ASIN: B00000DB79
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | Mini-Disc
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 555,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
100% Colombian Extra tracks, Limited Edition, Import
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Top Customer Reviews
When they're good, they're very good. 'Up On The Hill' is an outstanding track. Not only does it create a nostalgic picture of the streets of New York, it does so to a soundtrack so smooth it defies belief. The bass works as a team with the slow drums to make a sound so laid back it could make the worlds politicians kick back and light up a joint.
'Love Unlimited', 'Sugar' 'We're All Very Worried About You' 'The View Belongs To Everyone' 'Back On The Block' all maintain the same laid back style and all to the same impressive effect. The humorous nature of the lyrics and carefree nonchalance of the music disguise the fact that the group are a lot more talented than they first appear. There is an interesting use of diverse instruments to very good effect; it takes accomplished musicians to create the jazzy sound FLC have.
There are one or two poor tracks however, namely '10th Street' and the terrible 'Southside', where the jazz is substituted for a heavy rock sound, and ends up looking out of place and clumsy, and spoils the mood of the album.
Another criticism would be, that within all the smooth jazzy ensembles, there is a distinct lack of marketable songs; there aren't any potential singles, which I think could have made this album one of the greats of the decade, rather than a cult favourite.
A great album, nonetheless, it makes superb chill out music, and if you're a fan of modern jazz, a good addition to your collection.
"MINI BAR BLUES", this is thoughtful, and remnisent of Manhattan influenced, 40's bars.
I highly recomend this album and their previous album's. DOLCE,SIMPATICO,PROFONDO,PENSIEROSO,ET FAR FURORE, if only Huey was Sicilian, but I still like him.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent album full of stories about back streets, bars and New Yoirke life. RefreshingPublished on 2 Jun. 2015 by Dan Smith
Shamefully I have only just properly discovered Fun Lovin' Criminals. My other half bought a few of their albums from a charity shop the other week. Read morePublished on 9 Mar. 2015 by Fallen Angel
Pretty dreary album, not too much to write about sadly.Published on 26 Dec. 2014 by Mr B Gloucester
I simply love all the songs on this album especially .Barry White' If Barry White saved your life or got you back with your ex wife say Barry White!Published on 13 Sept. 2014 by Suzanne Hesketh
Had this album on cassette when it came out nearly wore it out in my car!something made me think about it recently so i ordered it and when it came i listened again and it brought... Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 2014 by Philip Dootson
Witty and cool; gangster rap without the gangsta and without the self-centred claptrap rap. A classic out in its own fieldPublished on 1 Jun. 2014 by Micky Green Eyes