Basement Jaxx ‎– Crazy Itch Radio

XL Recordings ‎– XLCD205
CD, Album, Slipcase

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro
Written-By – Wil Malone
2 Hush Boy
Human Beatbox [Beatbox & Word Bitz] – Biz MarkieLead Vocals – Vula Malinga*Performer [Dj Bitz] – Sean AllenRap – Skilla*Written By – S. MasonWritten-By – A.D. Burisse*, J.D. Burisse*, Malinga*
3 Zoomalude
Clarinet – Mark Brown (6)Lead Vocals – Vula Malinga*Written By – Bonner, Hamilton
4 Take Me Back To Your House
Lead Vocals – Martina BangVocals [Vocal Fx] – Vula Malinga*Voice [Spoken Bitz] – Cassie WatsonWritten-By – Sorbara*
5 Hey U
Accordion – Serguei PachnineBacking Vocals – Linda Lewis, Marcus J. Thomas, Serguei PachnineChorus [Chorus Vocal] – Dandino JhetLead Vocals – RobynPerformer – Nanthomba Orphan SchoolWritten-By – A. Sical*
6 On The Train
Lead Vocals – Tommy BlaizeVocals [Spoken Outro Vocals] – Shea, Wayne HernandezWritten-By – Blaize*
7 Run 4 Cover
Backing Vocals – Daryl JohnLead Vocals – Lady MargaWritten-By – John*
8 Skillalude
Backing Vocals – Charmzy, Younger SensationLead Vocals – Skilla*
9 Smoke Bubbles
Lead Vocals – Milly Oldfield
10 Lights Go Down
Backing Vocals – Lily AllenLead Vocals – Linda LewisWritten-By – Lewis*
11 Intro (Reprise)
Lead Vocals – Daryl John, Reena Bhardwaj
12 Everybody
Backing Vocals – Dwayne Ellis, Martina Bang, Sharlene Hector, Skilla*, Vula Malinga*Lead Vocals – Elida ZuluVocals [Hindi] – Reena BhardwajWritten-By – Bhardwaj*
13 Keep Keep On
Backing Vocals – Jo Benjamin, Marcus J. ThomasLead Vocals – Milly Oldfield
14a U R On My Mind
Backing Vocals – Ade Omotayo, Kay ShinLead Vocals – Felix*
14b As The Night Moves On 3:25

Companies, etc.



Track 14b is a bonus untitled track which starts after 4:44.

Comes with a lenticular image slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 634904020521
  • Barcode (Text): 6 34904 02052 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): XLCD205 117245 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LU81
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): none
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): XLCD205 117245 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LU81
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI KA03

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLCD205 Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD205 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
XLCD 205 Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio(CD, Promo, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 205 UK 2006 Sell This Version
none Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio(CD, Promo, TP) XL Recordings none UK 2006 Sell This Version
XLLP 205 Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio(2xLP, Album) XL Recordings XLLP 205 UK 2006 Sell This Version
XLCD205 Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD205 Indonesia 2006 Sell This Version


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August 7, 2017
I don't know why this album gets's friggin' brilliant. Very creative instrumentation, extremely catchy songs, excellent album flow...even the interludes are interesting. Yes it's more commercial than their previous 3 albums (none of which I'm not trying to discredit of course) but doesn't mean this a bad album!


August 2, 2017
It seems I have this version of the album since it's the lenticular slipcase version. However, the code that's written on the disc is not "IFPI LU81", it's "IFPI KA07". Does anyone have an explanation for this?


December 4, 2007

What happens when the hottest things in house music reach the point where they're no longer the hottest? Can they still keep relevant? This is the question that haunts Basement Jaxx's _Crazy Itch Radio_. These musical polyglots can still craft cracking tunes, whether the banjo-smacking and strings of "Take Me Back to Your House," the Jewish klezmer horns in "Hey You," or the gospel/Bollywood stomp of "Everybody." But you also get the feeling that they're recycling several of their earlier ideas. The "Hush Boy" recalls "Red Alert" from their debut album _Remedy_, especially with the screeching chorus. "Hush Boy" also has much sillier vocals. Even "Everybody" starts off suspiciously like "Breakaway" from _Rooty_ before it finally moves into its own. Their slower tracks like "Lights Go Down" and "Keep Keep On" show that they're not always about the beat... even if that's where their strength is. So while this album isn't a revelation, it's plenty fun for everyone.