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Almost 4 years on from the from the release of their last album, the multi platinum, no 1 Funk Odyssey (his best selling UK album since Travelling Without Moving), Jay Kay and his band return with their eagerly anticipated 6th studio album, entitled Dynamite. Dynamite and it is - is set to further enhance Jamiroquais reputation as one of the UKs most successful exports of the last decade and more, with over twenty million worldwide album sales to date. Dynamite is also Jamiroquais most accomplished and diverse work to date, with new co-producer Mike Spencer at the controls with Kay, it encompasses fantastic song writing and plenty of floor filling classics-in-waiting. Lead single Feels Just Like It Should, written by Jay and sees Jamiroquai at their harder edged, groove based, funking best, with Jays own vocodered vocals providing the fuzz bass line. Sony BMG. 2005.
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Though not a bad release, it stays too true to form and can be interchangeable to the previous three releases, of which I have them in my collection, also.
It's time for the group to take some chances with something NEW, rather than recycled.
On their sixth studio album, Jamiroquai returns somewhat to its funky 70s roots, after the ultra modern polish of "A Funk Odyssey."
If you're new to Jamiroquai, it's got a hip hint of 70s Stevie Wonder but with a thoroughly modern, unabashedly joyful, and gotta-dance club beats.
Highlights include the slinky title track, the great mellow "Seven Days in Sunny June," the funky wah-wah groove of "Starchild," and the power disco of "Don't Give Hate a Chance."