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However, don't expect this to be the same style of album as Remedy was. Gone is the focus on minimal dance tracks suchs as Yo-Yo and Jump & shout and in are the more laid back tracks such as SFM. I was suprised yesterday evening when i placed the CD into my player and found such laid back tunes on the album. These harder dance tracks appear on the album later on, the first of which is get me off. The next track which is a very deep dance floor filler is Where's your head at? and features the vocal talents of none other than Erick morillo and junior Sanchez..established DJ's and record producers in their own right.
To sum it up, if you're looking for a dance artists album and you're fed up with the 70's inspired repetitive tracks offered by Daft punk then choose this for an insight into the different aspects of dance music.
Broken Dreams is where the fun begins though, not sure if this is a cover (Ed?) but a timeless song sits comfortably on cheeky funky beat and I'm sure there's a Harpsichord somewhere on this track. But really, all songs are pretty strong and stand firm. Breakaway is characterised by sexy vocals and chopped up beats whilst Kissalude is even more sexier and dreamier and a melody that the Girls Aloud producers would die for.
There's even some time for funky dub on Freakalude whilst the lads get all jazzy on us on All I Know. Hearing this album, you know that Basement Jaxx have had pure fun writing it and the cheekiness and joy shines throughout. Yet the best bit is listening to Get Me Off and I still can't understand how a track can be so sexy that you feel guilty listening to it! Worth owning a copy if you're thinking of something fresh, catchy and yet clever.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not quite what I was expecting as it's not as good as i'd hoped it would be. I don't mind listening to 'new' songs, but I found I didn't like quite a few of them :(Published on 8 Aug. 2013 by L. V. Andrews
Who else could use over the top ranting vocals over garage like beats and house melodies. The Jaxx have a truly unique style on this particular album that will go under the true... Read morePublished on 30 May 2013 by Will
Good album, if you're into Basement Jaxx I recommend this album. So brilliant. Makes you wanna get up and dancePublished on 1 Dec. 2012 by Havva Bingol
I think that I like this album because it's just a lot of fun. Although not my usual fare I appreciate any sort of music where the artists don't take themselves too seriously and... Read morePublished on 27 Mar. 2006 by Labal
There's maybe 2, possibly 3 decent tracks on this album. The rest is pure filler. It's not grooving enough to dance to and it's not interesting enough to grace my late night CD... Read morePublished on 25 Jun. 2004 by Splossy
The big question before this album was released was; 'Can Basement Jaxx better Remedy?' Unfortunately the answer is no. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2002 by Mr. Matthew Burgess