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|5. Jus 1 Kiss|
|6. Broken Dreams|
|7. I Want U|
|8. Get Me Off|
|9. Where's Your Head At|
|11. Crazy Girl|
|12. Do Your Thing|
|13. All I Know|
Most of the songs are very cheesy but I like that so it was great.
With the exception of Broken Dreams, a song with much content and subtle detail, the album works primarily because of its instrumental style or its danceability.
Alot of their music is like a 'more accisible' bridge between dance music and UK influenced R & B than even UK Garage.
These arrived just in time for my son to decide he wanted to learn how to DJ.
He was drawn to these like steel to a magnet. So far working just fine.
The Jaxx boys bring on Rooty, their second album, and it shares the same strengths as Remedy (catchy melodies, great hooks, infectious grooves) as well as the same weaknesses... Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by scoundrel
"Rooty" is Basement Jaxx's real claim to fame, with bouncing beats, classy disco synths and cool bleeps and bloop sounds littered everywhere. Read morePublished on July 31, 2009 by Jonathan Oyama
Being a long time fan of Basement Jaxx I had high expectations and once again was not let down. Romeo is of course the cream of the crop but the entire CD shines, catchy beats with... Read morePublished on February 17, 2008 by Brian
Most of the songs are very cheesy but I like that so it was great. Not for the casual listener, but if you already are into Basement Jaxx then you will like it a lot.Published on January 16, 2008 by M. Ostria
I can't believe these guys have been making albums since the late 1990s, yet it wasn't until a month or two ago that I first heard of them! Read morePublished on March 31, 2007 by D. Weber
In 1999, Basement Jaxx had taken the dance world by storm with their debut album "Remedy," and the four or five club anthems that it spawned. Read morePublished on December 23, 2005 by Busy Body
For many years, I've been a fan of synth-pop legend Gary Numan. One of my favorite songs by him is M.E. off of The Pleasure Principle. Read morePublished on July 13, 2005 by Numan4Life
It took me *forever* to buy this album! I had all the songs on my computer (bad me!) but I couldn't bring myself to actually buy the album.
So I did, a couple days ago. Read more