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Remedy

Remedy
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Description: Basement Jaxx's debut is aptly titled. The production duo's music is a remedy to the dull, faceless house and techno that populates dance floors world-wide. The duo are unrepentantly pop savvy, bringing vocals and lyrics to their unique blend of electro, house, hip-hop, salsa and soul. It's a weird combo, but like the best of all pop songs, Basement Jaxx tracks stick like putty to the ears within a few listens. In fact, you may feel that you've already heard much of Remedy when you give it a spin on your CD player. With their boisterous samples, vocal hooks, and funked-out, catchy bass lines, the songs "Rendez-vu", &qu ... (more)
Manufacturer: Xl
Release date: 10 May 1999
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0634904012922 UPC: 634904012922
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"Dance music is usually keen to pigeonhole itself, but British duo Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe broke free of genre restrictions with dazzling success on their debut. It’s a giddy trip that devours P-funk, disco, ragga, garage and everything in between. Standout track: “Red Alert”"


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