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All Night Long

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Product details

  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The End
  • ASIN: B0000E13ME
  • Other Editions: Audio CD |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 196,314 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Vernors - The Detroit Experiment
  2. Special Place - Higashida Tomohiro
  3. Rock the Record (Kenny Dope Mix) - Resin Dogs
  4. Jam on It (Wiki Wiki Song) - Newcleus
  5. Funny Break (Layo & Bushwacka Mix) - Orbital
  6. Scorpio Swift - Western Roots
  7. Think Twice - The Detroit Experiment
  8. Serve It up (Brooks Hip House Mix) - Clyde Feat Capitol A
  9. From the Ghetto (Danny Tenaglia Mix) - Dread Flimstone
  10. Acid Thunder (Layo & Bushwacka! Live Edit) - Fast Eddie
  11. Yo Yo Get Funky (Layo & Bushwacka! Live Edit) - Fast Eddie
  12. Manila (Ewan Pearson Mix) - Seelenluft Feat Michael Smith
  13. I’m in Love (Layo & Bushwacka! Live Edit) - Sha Lor
  14. Take 5 - Johnny Fiasco
  15. Juice Stop - Midas
  16. Loveless - 4 Hero

Disc: 2

  1. Tarenah - Psychedelic Research Lab
  2. Dumbek (Jay Tripwire Unreleased Version) - Mothersole & Haris
  3. Sacred Sessions - Weekend World
  4. D&g Vol 1 - Lhb017
  5. Starchaser (Paranoid Jacks Mix) - James Benitez
  6. Simularity - Funk Device
  7. Funky Misbehaviour - Ogi G Cash & Mimi Gonzales
  8. So Nice (Layo & Bushwacka Mix) - Bebel Gilberto
  9. Foulchette (Next Evidence Re-Edit) - Soha
  10. Dream on (Bushwacka! Mix) - Depeche Mode
  11. Crazy 8 - Pyromaniac Gardeners
  12. Point of No Return - Stasis
  13. ‘La 11eme Marche’ (Alexander Kowalski Remix) - Agoria
  14. Dance to the Music (Layo & Bushwacka! Live Edit) - Sly & the Family Stone

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Artist: Layo & Bushwacka
Manufacturer: End

BBC Review

When Layo and Matthew Bushwacka secured a top ten slot with "Love Story" - which had started life as an instrumental track of theirs that they'd piggybacked Julie McKnight's "Finally" vocal atop, people suddenly became aware of the soundclash style that the duo had honed to make their own. Regulars at All Night Long, their monthly London residency at the über fashionable End nightclub, will already familiar with the duo's edifying DJ sets, that now makes up this, their debut mix album.

With a brace of acclaimed artist albums to their name, All Night Long aptly highlights their eclectic and highly diverse record selection. At times it's funky (the Detroit Experiment's jaw-dropping sax solo on "Think Twice" soars to equally great heights on the funk scale); at others you wanna roll out the lino, break dance and do the webbo to Newcleus' "Jam On It", or even a Latin samba to the rhythms of Bebel Gilberto.

But the real pièce de résistance is their ability to pull classics outta the crates, dust them down and make them sound like new. Dread Flimstone's 12-year old ska-house favourite "From The Ghetto", Sha Lor's equally nostalgic "I'm In Love" and even Sly & The Family Stone's anthemic '70s jam "Dance To The Music" are made to sound like new. The latter two re-edited 'live' by L&B too.

In between the tempos fluctuate to an assortment of house flavours - from deep percussive tribalism, to at times, almost progressiveness, and all without missing a beat. Their selection is refreshing without being too anal, combining familiar elements in juxtapose compulsive collages that, whilst best savoured on a dancefloor, are still highly enjoyable at home. --Lewis Dene

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