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Push The Button (+ DVD) [Australian Import] Import
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The opening track is in some ways nothing like the Chemical Brothers' previous work, but also contains elements typical to their style, and was the perfect choice as the debut single from this album. This is followed by The Boxer, a track that sounds to me influenced by Fatboy Slim's more recent work, and one that I didn't like on first listen but has since grown on me. Not one of my favourites but a good track nonetheless.
We then come to what is my favourite track on Push The Button, Believe. I would rank it as one of my all-time favourite Chemical Brothers tracks. Everything about it is brilliant with huge drums, dirty "in your face" bass, and adrenaline-fuelled lyrics and tune. This is followed by three more blinding tracks that are typical Chemical Brothers in style and execution, namely Hold Tight London, Come Inside and The Big Jump.
We then come to Left Right, probably my least favourite track. I am a hip-hop fan, but I haven't taken to the rapping on this track. The over-stated political message, with lyrics such as "What's the difference between Bush and Saddam...?", also puts me off this track. It has its moments, and I don't have to skip it or anything, but it's my low point of the album.Read more ›
It is clear after listening to this album that the Chemicals have had a clear change in direction with a much fresher sound after what some considered a disapointing effort with 'Come With Us'. It is a compleate back to the drawing board album that is according to Tom Chemical is 'free, closer, like a sound you couldn't ignore, and he had to be wilder'.
The album boasts some interesting guest vocalists from old friends such as Tim Burgess and new ones such as Q-Tip, Anwar Superstar, Kele Okereke and The Magic Numbers, that all prove this is something not to be overlooked speaking for themselves.
The 11 track head-rushing album begins well with 'Galvanize' featureing Q-Tip, this tune is quite different from other Chemical sounds that at first is difficult to get the head around, but has catchy hip hop vocals and the phase 'Push The Button' in an electronic robotic voice overlaying a nice jerky beat and violin. After this follows 'The Boxer' featureing Tim Burgess with a very clear well defined voice. 'Belive' featureing Kele Okereke is next which has a kinda electro light acid sound, the track is very rushing and fastly flows very well and is not the type of club tune that can just be danced to but can enjoyed at home with the relaxing lyrics 'I needed to believe in something'.Read more ›
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What can you say about the Chemical brothers , might have pushed the button on that one ...lolPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good clean copy. worth getting in solid rather than a d/l for the car.Published 12 months ago by dontaskpcandy