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After two years of constant touring, a triumphant run at the best international festivals, an iPod advert, a most-watched You Tube video of all time, literally millions of myspace plays, - a baptism of fire by anyone's standards - they're back this Summer, with their second much anticipated album `Donkey'.
More structured, crafted and polished than its predecessor (2006's `Cansei de Ser Sexy'), though no less tough, street-ready, anthemic, and from the heart, their new record recreates the frenetic energy of CSS's renowned live shows. Equal parts dance party, urban circus, and out-and-out chaos, the band's unaffected, unbridled joy in performance is for real and for you.
In the run up to the release of Donkey, second album by Brazilian electro-pop hedonists CSS, there was talk in interviews of their desire to become more professional and indeed to be seen doing so after the immense success of their haphazard debut--to such an extent that it led to Ira Trevisan's being pushed from the group when she chose to learn French and design clothes ahead of formally brushing up her rudimentary bass guitar skills in between albums. To anyone already swept up by CSS's giddy, ramshackle blitz of the world's festivals and clubs over the last couple of years though, that plan sounded as rational as enforcing less movement on dance floors. Thankfully they've clung to many of the feisty characteristics and flourishes that made them a ball of elastic irresistibility in the first place, even allowing for regimentation and grown-up production values. The pigeon-English aerobic poetry (in that it rhymes) remains and is as blindly motivational as ever, while Lovefoxxx's endearingly eager squeals and quasi-raps keep the spirit well afloat. The tight guitar lick and infectious new-wave choruses of "Rat Is Dead (Rage)" and "Give Up" are vintage Elastica, "Left Behind" is all Heaven 17 synth-pop with a vibrant tropical kick and the 80s Madonna meets Daft Punk smoothness of "Move" is a spotless delight. While the vaguely anarchic glee of their debut is largely bleached out, one positive repercussion is that filler went with it. --James BerrySee all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
Maybe its not as surreal and daring as their debut but its still better than half the generic indie and pop out there today!
Lovefoxx oozes sex as she sings and the songs are wicked! Higlights include Rat is dead, reggae all night, left behind, air painter, believe achieve and move.
Seriously ignore those reviewers are expected "Cansei De Ser Sexy" part 2 and enjoy a great fun album!
The first play of Donkey doesn't deliver anything with the same deliciousness. It's good and worth a few more plays but it is completely eclipsed by the stellar first album.
The album is a bit slicker & definitely more "produced", however there is still a playful nonchalance about many of the songs. Anyhow, it was always going to be difficult being as playful as 'Meeting Paris Hilton' from the first album.
Donkey is easy to listen to and has plenty of songs that will get stuck in your head. Highlights include 'Jager Yoga', 'Move' & 'Believe Achieve'. A decent follow-up from a really good band. Worth a buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was always going to be hard to follow a debut album like theirs. But it just goes to show that better musicians and better production don't always make better music. Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2009 by Foz
On first listen I thought this album was ok but nothing spectacular. A few listens later and once I had got the sound of the first album out my head I really got into it. Read morePublished on 30 Sept. 2008 by MikeH
or at least I think thats who she was -slight dour look, slim tallish dark hair "moody"
Well I have to agree with Hot Angel and say that the number of bad or indifferent reviews I've read for this album in the press do not do it justice. Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2008 by Jon Turner
It's two years since Cansei De Ser Sexy's album and by the sounds of Donkey, the party is well and truly over. Read morePublished on 6 Aug. 2008 by IWFIcon