Basement Jaxx ‎– Get Me Off

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Single taken from the Rooty album.

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASW 38836-6 Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(12") Astralwerks ASW 38836-6 US 2002 Sell This Version
XLT 146 Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(12") XL Recordings XLT 146 UK 2002 Sell This Version
XLT146DJ Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(2x12", Promo) XL Recordings XLT146DJ UK 2002 Sell This Version
ASW 38836 Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Maxi) Astralwerks ASW 38836 US 2002 Sell This Version
XLS 146 CDE Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Maxi) XL Recordings XLS 146 CDE US 2002 Sell This Version
ASW 38836-2 Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Maxi, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 38836-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
XLS 146 CDE Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Single) Remote Control, XL Recordings, Astralwerks XLS 146 CDE Australia 2002 Sell This Version
XLS 146 CDS Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Single) XL Recordings XLS 146 CDS UK 2002 Sell This Version
XLS146CD, XLS 146 CD Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Single, CD1) XL Recordings, XL Recordings XLS146CD, XLS 146 CD UK 2002 Sell This Version
XLS 146 CD2, XLS146CD2 Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Single, CD2) XL Recordings, XL Recordings XLS 146 CD2, XLS146CD2 UK 2002 Sell This Version
XL146CDP Basement Jaxx Get Me Off(CD, Single, Promo) XL Recordings XL146CDP UK 2002 Sell This Version
JAXL 008 Basement Jaxx Supergetoff(12", Promo) Atlantic Jaxx, XL Recordings JAXL 008 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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March 9, 2004
referencing Get Me Off, CD, Maxi, ASW 38836

Basement Jaxx’s supersleazy <I>Get Me Off</I> gets the royal remix treatment here. Their own take, the Jaxx 200 Club Mix, adds more of those beats and filters that make the tweakin’ boys go wild. Peaches puts her own personal electroclash/80s synth style into the mix, while Superchumbo –- if it’s possible -– makes the track more accessible for those club boys on crystal, if not necessarily better. But the better tracks are the Jaxx Club Remixx of “Do Your Thing,” which pushes the Roaring ‘20s right into the present and the lounge-oriented Los Amigos Invisibles mix of “Broken Dreams.”