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Basement Jaxx - The Videos album mp3

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Basement Jaxx - The Videos album mp3
House,Progressive House,Club/Dance,Electronica,Left-Field House
  • Performer:
    Basement Jaxx
  • Title:
    The Videos
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    House,Progressive House,Club/Dance,Electronica,Left-Field House
  • Date of release:
    May 3, 2005
  • Recording date:
    2000 - 2004
  • Size FLAC version
    1788 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1594 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1589 megabytes
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    4.1
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Remedy is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo Basement Jaxx, released in May 1999 by record label XL. The album was very well-received critically, and reached number 4 in the UK albums chart. Four singles were released from the album: "Red Alert", "Rendez-Vu", "Jump n' Shout" and "Bingo Bango". When Basement Jaxx first rose to stardom, the duo was unsatisfied with the state of dance music, describing it as "linear" and "close-minded".

Basement Jaxx are an English electronic music duo consisting of Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe. The pair got their name from the regular night club they held in their hometown of Brixton, London. They first rose to popularity in the mid 1990s. As the British Hit Singles & Albums book duly noted "they surfaced from the underground house scene, are regular transatlantic club chart-toppers and won the BRIT Award for Best Dance Act in 2002 and 2004".

Thanks to all of you who made it down to our last UK tour - here's a little video we put together from Brixton Academy. Tag yourself in the video if you were there with us! 959. 89.

Basement Jaxx is an English house music duo comprised of Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe that rose to popularity in the late 1990s. Basement Jaxx started in Brixton, South London, UK in 1994, where they held a regular club night called Rooty, which would later become the name of their second album. The duo got their name from the location of the studio where they recorded their first EP - it was located in the basement of friends of Simon Ratcliffe. In addition to their own work, Basement Jaxx have become in-demand remixers.

Basement Jaxx released Jaxx Unreleased, an album of B-sides, remixes. 2000 saw them release Camberwell, another release of new material and their next album, 2001s Rooty included singles Romeo, Jus 1 Kiss, Wheres Your Head At. Do Your Thing, and Get Me Off, the music video for album opener Romeo is an homage to the Bollywood film style. A music video is a short film that integrates a song with imagery, and is produced for promotional or artistic purposes. Modern music videos are primarily made and used as a marketing device intended to promote the sale of music recordings. There are also cases where songs are used in tie-i. usicals of the 1950s led to short-form music videos. The Beatles in Help! Michael Jackson in Thriller.

To date, no Basement Jaxx album has sold 40k in the states. This can't be blamed entirely on the suits. Unlike in England and continental Europe, disco did die here, and it's been a long, estranged trip for dance acts ever since. We Americans generally like our dance music subsumed into a singer, even if that singer is Rick Astley. From their inception, Basement Jaxx have been a house act reconciling with song, and it's been a rather protracted process

Credits

Natasha Awuku - Vocals (Background)
Basement Jaxx - Director, Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
Blue James - Primary Artist
JC Chasez - Primary Artist, Vocals
Nathan "Tugg" Curran - Drums
Hugo Delmirani - Keyboards, Soloist
Dizzee Rascal - Primary Artist
Alma Duah - Vocals (Background)
Patrick Duffy - Art Direction, Design
Corryne Dwyer - Vocals (Background)
Sharlene Hector - Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Phil Heyes - Director
Charlotte Hodson - Primary Artist
Alison Howe - Producer
Andy Hutch - Director
Slarta John - Primary Artist, Vocals
Corrina Joseph - Vocals
KDL Allstars - Vocals (Background)
Lisa Kekaula - Primary Artist, Vocals
Francine Kufonji - Vocals (Background)
Kele Le Roc - Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Xenia Lewis - Vocals
Richard Leyland - Producer
The London Session Orchestra - Strings
Declan Lowney - Director
Vula Malinga - Primary Artist, Vocals
Wil Malone - Arranger, Conductor
Michael Moog - Vocals (Background)
Erick "More" Morillo - Vocals (Background)
Damien Peachey - Vocals
Daniel Pearce - Vocals (Background)
Simon Ratcliffe - Director
Junior Sanchez - Vocals (Background)
Mandy Senior - Vocals (Background)
Siouxsie Sioux - Vocals
Richard Steaker - Composer
Traktor - Director
Cassie Watson - Vocals
Gavyn Wright - String Conductor

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Red Alert Richard Steaker Basement Jaxx feat: Blue James
2 Rendez-Vu Basement Jaxx
3 Jump N' Shout Basement Jaxx feat: Slarta John
4 Bingo Bango Basement Jaxx
5 Romeo Basement Jaxx feat: Kele Le Roc
6 Jus 1 Kiss Basement Jaxx
7 Where's Your Head At Basement Jaxx
8 Lucky Star Basement Jaxx feat: Dizzee Rascal
9 Good Luck Basement Jaxx feat: Lisa Kekaula
10 Plug It In Basement Jaxx feat: JC Chasez
11 Cish Cash Basement Jaxx
12 Oh My Gosh Basement Jaxx
13 Flylife Basement Jaxx
14 Red Alert Richard Steaker Basement Jaxx feat: Blue James
15 Jump N' Shout Basement Jaxx feat: Slarta John
16 Do Your Thing Basement Jaxx feat: Sharlene Hector
17 Cish Cash Basement Jaxx feat: Charlotte Hodson
18 Lucky Star Basement Jaxx feat: Dizzee Rascal
19 Good Luck Basement Jaxx feat: Lisa Kekaula
20 Supersonic Basement Jaxx feat: Vula Malinga
21 Where's Your Head At Basement Jaxx
22 Extras Basement Jaxx