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Kish Kash - 2023 Reissue

    The third BASEMENT JAXX album KISH KASH features an array of stellar guest vocalists including punk icon Siouxsie Sioux on the title track, London grime superstar Dizzee Rascal on “Lucky Star”, the mighty pipes of Rock n’ Soul diva Lisa Kekaula (of LA”s “The Bellrays” ) on “Good Luck” and rounds off with the mellow tones of Meshell Ndegeocello.

    Released on XL Recordings in 2004, the album subsequently won the inaugural GRAMMY award for “Best Dance/Electronic Album” and was nominated for the UK’s prestigious Mercury Prize.

    TRACK LISTING

    A1. Good Luck (ft. Lisa Kekaula)
    A2. Right Here’s The Spot (ft. Meshell Ndegeocello)
    A3. Petrilude
    A4. Supersonic Ft. Totlyn Jackson
    B1. Benjilude
    B2. Lucky Star (ft. Dizzee Rascal)
    B3. Plug It In (ft. JC Chasez)
    C1. Living Room
    C2. Cish Cash (ft. Siouxsie Sioux)
    C3. Tonight (ft. Phoebe)
    D1. Hot ‘n’ Cold
    D2. Cosmolude
    D3. If I Ever Recover
    D4. Feels Like Home (ft. Meshell Ndegeocello)

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    Remedy - 2023 Reissue

      Remedy is Basement Jaxx’s joyous debut album from 1999. It was one of the most assured, propul-sive full-lengths the dance world had seen since Daft Punk’s Homework. A set of incredibly diverse tracks, Remedy is indebted to the raw American house of Todd Terry and Masters at Work, and even shares a penchant for Latin vibes (especially on the horn-driven “Bingo Bango” and the opener, “Rendez-Vu,” which trades a bit of salsa wiggle with infectious vocoderized disco).

      TRACK LISTING

      A1. Romeo
      A2. Breakaway
      A3. SFM
      B1. Jus 1 Kiss
      B2. Broken Dreams
      B3. I Want U
      C1. Get Me Off
      C2. Where’s Your Head At
      D1. Do Your Thing
      D2. Freakalude
      D3. Crazy Girl
      D4. All I Know

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      Rooty - 2023 Reissue

        Named after their infamous Brixton club night, Basement Jaxx’s second album Rooty saw Basement Jaxx continue to push the boundaries of pop and club music. The album mixes classic house with generous lashings of punk, funk, R&B, jazz, hip hop, 2-step and pop song-craft in a mad genre crash that works like a charm. It features the massive tracks “Where’s Your Head At”, “Romeo” and “Do Your Thing”.

        TRACK LISTING

        A1. Romeo
        A2. Breakaway
        A3. SFM
        B1. Jus 1 Kiss
        B2. Broken Dreams
        B3. I Want U
        C1. Get Me Off
        C2. Where’s Your Head At
        D1. Do Your Thing
        D2. Freakalude
        D3. Crazy Girl
        D4. All I Know

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        Scars

          Basement Jaxx are back with their fifth long player, "Scars". The set features a host of special guests including Yoko Ono, Sam Sparro, Santigold, Kelis and Chipmunk, and is as innovative in its sound as it is in its vision. Their sound still remains as urgent and as impactful as ever – there's no need for Basement Jaxx to try and embrace any kind of retro outlook to their music. From the Top 20 smash hit summer anthem of "Raindrops" featuring Felix's twisted vocals, to the string-drenched, grime-esque title track "Scars2 and the gorgeous "My Turn", which features Lightspeed Champion on vocals, Basement Jaxx deliver an album that outshines any dance act in the UK.

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          Crazy Itch Radio

            "Crazy Itch Radio" certainly scratches the spot, with Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton swerving from all-out drama on the operatic intro straight into the jet-packed kaleidoscopic pop of the future hit single "Hush Boy" which features live collaborator Vula Malinga, last heard on "Oh My Gosh". Rammed up next, "Take Me Back To Your House" is a sexy, energetic moment of what they're calling 'banjo house'. There's also Balkan folk woven into vocals from Swedish pop sensation Robyn on "Hey U", a hyper grime tune cussing vain boys from East London's Lady Marga, titled "Run 4 Cover" (previewed on one of their Stop label 10"s), and "Lights Go Down", a Wil Malone-scored beauty with legendary British singer Linda Lewis.

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            The Singles

              Six years, three top five albums, numerous stellar collaborations, countless globetrotting technicolour punk carnival live appearances – now, on CD, XL bring us Basement Jaxx: "The Singles". Spanning everything from the proto punk garage of early hit "Flylife" to the Motown monster that is "Good Luck", taking in worldwide smashes like "Red Alert", "Where's Your Head At", "Rendez Vu" and "Romeo". Where most greatest hits albums fall down at least once there can be no argument that this collection delivers the bangers and nothing but.

              Basement Jaxx

              Kish Kash

                The Jaxx are back with an LP packed to the brim with punk-electro-soul-funk-house-clash joints that switch effortlessly between in-yer-face pogo-disco and sneaky under-your-skin melody. There's a wide ranging set of guests, including Siouxsie Sioux (playing bagpipes...only joking!), Meshell N'degeocello, Dizzee Rascal, Lisa Kekaula, JC Chasez etc.


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