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DJ-KICKS

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  • Audio CD (26 Mar. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B0002W184I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro (by Philip Levi & Tipper Irie)
  2. Willie Williams - Armagideon Time
  3. Sound Dimension - Rockfort Rock
  4. Melaaz - Non Non Non
  5. Tricky - Aftermath (Version 1)
  6. Meters - Just Kissed My Baby
  7. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Mustt Mustt (Massive Attack Remix)
  8. Les Negresses Vertes - Face A La Mer (Massive Attack Remix)
  9. Massive Attack – Karmacoma (The Napoli Trip)
  10. Johnny Osbourne - Budy Bye
  11. Badmarsh & Shri – Signs (Dublate Mix)
  12. Barrington Levy - Here I Come (Dublate Version)
  13. Foxy Brown - Oh Yeah
  14. Leftfield - Inspection/ Check One
  15. Massive Attack And Mos Def - I Against I
  16. Aretha Franklin - Rock Steady (Danny Krivit Edit)
  17. Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy (Perfecto Mix by Paul Oakenfold)

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Format: Audio CD
The DJ Kicks series was first brought to my attention by the fabulous album that Kruder & Dorfmeister made, and as a fan of Massive Attack I felt compelled to buy this little baby. And what a gem it is. A great mix of reggae, dub, and generally down tempo alt. dance remixes, it is the perfect companion to an evening indoors with a large bag of Mother Nature's finest. Even if you're not, it is bound to chill you to the core, only to jolt you back in to life screaming "Where's the party at?!"

The Bristol connection is strong, with tracks by Daddy G's own Massive Attack, Tricky, and futher MA remixes. The likes of Karmacoma are timeless songs, a distillation of the 'trip-hop' scene at the time. Mix this with the likes of Armagideon Time and you have a set that has a relaxed yet bassy charm all of its own.

But it is with the final 5 tracks that things get really interesting. An unexpected Foxy Brown makes an appearance before the collosus that is Leftfield's Inspection [Check One] comes roaring through the speakers, sounding just as good as it did all those years ago. The little heard MA collaboration with Mos Def comes mosying in (and also appears on UNKLE's Edit Music For A Film album fact fans) before the frankly fantastic future-disco stomp of Rock Steady clatters in, taking you and everything around you straight to the dance floor. A perhaps inevitable but yet perfectly placed Oakenfold remix of Unfinished Sympathy rounds the album off to a tee, a finale that will induce a grin of satisfaction on anyone's face.

If you are a fan of dub, chilled music (and no, I don't mean the likes of Ultimate Chillout Mix CD 2005 Volume 3), or just open to varying degrees of music, then I can guarentee you will appreciate this mix.
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I was in a music shop and ended up chatting to a man about house, techno and broken beat for about an hour, he recommended me this mixtape and it's fantastic. Daddy G only plays absolute bangers, my favourite tunes are the French cover "Non Non Non" by Melaaz, "Armagideon Time" by Willie Williams and the Oakenfold remix of "Unfinished Sympathy". The mix does have an overall dark feeling, but it's perfect to dip into or listen through, whatever your mood. It starts off downtempo and quite subtle but builds up with tunes such as Johnny Osbourne's "Budy Bye" and drops into some heavier breaks towards the end courtesy of Leftfield. It's worth bearing in mind that several of the tunes on this mix are either dubplate mixes or very hard to find - only 1,500 copies of the Melaaz tune were pressed originally. If you're looking for a mix that's a bit different, cool to chill out to and guaranteed to drop some really top tunes, this is perfect and at a really good price too.
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Love this album. For me is one of the best in the series. Really well thought out, planned and produced. Some really great tracks from the 90's that take you back to when dance was new raw and stripped to its original format. Reggae, Ragga, Dance, Hip Hop all colide in this very cool DJ kicks album. Well worth the purchase! Nuff Said - Seen!
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This album is fantastic there are no two ways about it! There are some rare cut tracks here to be enjoyed by all, perfect to listen to when your on your own or having it playing quietly in the background at a house party. If you love Massive Attack then you will love this masterpiece, go out and buy it now!
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despite other reviews I would say this is a good re-mix album. Ignore the reviews that say it is too down beat....what were they expecting Underworld on acid - this is one of the main guys from massive attack, it was always gonna be down tempo. Classic tracks - Armagedeon Time - once covered by the Clsh; a great track from Leftfield; and the Paul Oakenfold re-mix of unfinished sympathy is a must. But two stand out tracks that are worth the price in itself are I against I with Mos Def and Massive Attack and Rock Steady remix by Aretha Franklin which is TOP TOP TOP......Don't just sit there get it!!!!
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