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Another Late Night - Fila Brazillia CD

4.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (19 Feb. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Treacle
  • ASIN: B000058ANQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,071 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Pesuaders - John Barry
  2. Firefly - Homelife
  3. Hero Theme - Infesticons
  4. Bucket Bottom - Prince Alla
  5. Get a Move On - Mr.Scruff
  6. T Plays it Cool - Marvin Gaye
  7. Regiment - Brian Eno
  8. It's Not Too Beautiful - The Beta Band
  9. Rodney Yates - David Holmes
  10. Nature Boy - Fila Brazillia
  11. Nuclear Symphony - Unforscene
  12. Les Nuits - Nightmares on Wax
  13. Blue Skies - Outside
  14. Suspended - Kelis
  15. Prelude & Fugue in C minor - The Swingle Sisters

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By A Customer on 16 April 2002
Format: Audio CD
Fila Brazilia have set a very high standard for the artists who follow them in this great series.
Every track is a winner, and the eclecticism on display is a thing to be praised. Truly inspired, it's the kind of mix we'd all love to make for our mates.
Quite a few tunes I'd never heard of of but it still did the trick.
Also, this is one of the few compilations, or CDs of ANY sort for that matter, which I will always play start to finish...
1. The Persuaders Theme - John Barry
This man helped create the spooky sound behind the success of Portishead & Goldfrapp. There's a great CD called 'Themeology' if you want more John Barry: shows he was about more than just the Bond Theme.
2. Firefly - Homelife
Sounds like much of David Holmes' soundtrack work. A Good Thing, I think, and would fit perfectly onto 'Let's Get Killed'. Simmering.
3. Hero Theme - Infesticons
Great bit of Big Dada (Ninja Tune) rap to bob your head to. Good rhyming skills from a British(?) rapper. Funny too! I'm trying to find an album by these guys but have only seen this as a single.
4. Bucket Bottom - Prince Alla
Something for everyone! Crusty dub-reggae tune that brings back happy memories for me. Sunday mornings. Sunny days. Being taught how to skank by my big sister...
5. Get a Move On - Mr.Scruff
More Ninja Tune. I'd heard a lot *about* Mr Scruff but never actually heard his music. This converted me. Wicked jazz riff that picks up a solid backbeat to get those feet moving. Great vocal break too! Ski-den-daddy!!
6. T Plays it Cool - Marvin Gaye
Ahh .. sublime. One of Marvin's criminally overlooked better moments. Get the 'Trouble Man' soundtrack itself for more of this great stuff. This is up there with 'Let's Get It On', 'I Want You'.
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By A Customer on 5 Mar. 2001
Format: Audio CD
I bought this on a whim after reading the reviews and recognising some of the tracks on the listing.
Fila Brazillia have put together a superlative collection of late night audio candy. From the onset of John Barry's haunting Persuaders Theme you know you are in for a rare treat of musical excellence. The prestigious Rodney Yates by David Holmes and the Fila Brazillia version of Nature Boy are pure class. Even the endemic Les Nuits finds itself being delivered with a touch of class and sophistication a long way off from the usual delivery found on other chill out albums.
It is so refreshing to hear a different perspective on the compilation album theme and Fila Brazillia have delivered a masterpiece.
It has also prompted me to search out other stuff by the Brazillia crew; if this is a sample of their musical influences then there must be some pretty good stuff in their repetoire.
Top marks!
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I loooove FB anyways so when I got this badboy I was delighted. Sure there are some very played out tracks over the years but it is how the tracks work together for me. SURE it's not really mixed and it varies in tempo alot so it was by no means a perfect slick typical mix but this is why FB are so original. As what they do works! A colourful funky, weird and colourful journey with some stuff I havent heard before so I was pleased enough. If you like FB then I would suggest that you get all of their albums. Favs are 'Black Market Gardening' and 'Maim That Tune'. They are all pretty cool only one I didnt digg much was 'The Life and times of Phoebus Brumal! Shame as they are Hull's finest beat makers, in fact THE WORLDS BEST! ;) Oh and if you want to get another DECENT one in the series look out for ZERO 7's offering it's the best by far.
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As soon as you hear the name Fila brazillia you are guanteed blissful chillout tunes for you and your mates to listen to at the end of the nights clubbing. The CD starts of with John Barry and the theme tune to the Persuaders and it is from here that you know it is going to be a brilliant album. From then on Fila move through some nice slice of hip hop and regae and then comes to the excellant MR SCRUFF and 'Get a Move On' & of course the master of soul music Marvin Gaye with one of his less well known instrumentals. Fila then put on one of their own tracks at number 10 and then blissfully mixes into Unforscene and Nightmares on Wax with the use of orchestral strings. The final couple of tracks are both trully great songs especially Blue Skies, which more people should knw about and Kelis with her R & B track Suspended which makes you want to walz around the room with who ever or what ever is in their. If you want an album that is trully chillout then dont go for the commercial crap of Ministry of Sound and go for the excellence of chillout beats that is Fila Brazillia.
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If you already know and love Fila Brazillia then it probably won't come as much surprise that this album is everything you could hope for. Many other reviewers have complained that the Another Late Night albums aren't "mixed", instead they simply crossfade from one track to another; rather a petty issue when the music being served up is of this quality.
FB have chosen some tracks which instantly feel perfectly mellow (David Holmes' "Rodney Yates") immediately alongside The Beta Band's ethereal "It's Not Too Beautiful", with it's strains of the overture from Disney's The Black Hole. The selection seems intent on being different, shoving two fingers up to the stagnant commercial remix album industry, as much as providing a backdrop to your late night pursuits, whatever they may be.
Overall the album feels somewhere halfway between CD2 of Brazillification and the more mellow strains of Kruder and Dorfmeister. If that sounds like your cup of tea then I think you know what to do...
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