Oakenfold* ‎– Bunkka

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1 Ready Steady Go
Guitar – Mark Ralph, Phil CorderoneProducer [Additional] – Jeff TurzoProgrammed By [Additional] – Steve OsborneVocals – Asher D
4:12
2 Southern Sun
Vocals – Carla Werner
6:57
3 Time Of Your Life
Backing Vocals – Steve SacreRecorded By [Vocals] – Carmen Rizzo, Paul OakenfoldVocals – Perry Farrell
4:17
4 Hypnotised
Mixed By [Vocals] – Steve OsborneVocals – Tiff Lacey
6:33
5 Zoo York 5:24
6 Nixon's Spirit
Guitar – Phil CorderoneVoice [Spoken Word] – Hunter S. Thompson
2:48
7 Hold Your Hand
Backing Vocals – Grant Lee Philips*Programmed By [Additional] – Carmen Rizzo, Pete DaviesRecorded By [Vocals] – Carmen Rizzo, Paul OakenfoldVocals – Emiliana Torrini
3:39
8 Starry Eyed Surprise
Guitar – Emerson Swinford, Mark RalphMixed By [Vocals] – Steve OsborneProducer [Additional] – Jeff TurzoRecorded By [Vocals] – Carmen Rizzo, Paul OakenfoldVocals – Shifty Shellshock
3:45
9 Get Em Up
Guitar – David RhodesMixed By [Vocals] – Steve OsborneScratches – Pete BVocals – Ice Cube
3:45
10 Motion
Recorded By – Carmen Rizzo, Paul OakenfoldVocals – Grant Lee Philips*
6:23
11 The Harder They Come
Recorded By – Carmen RizzoVocals – Nelly Furtado, Tricky
3:47

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PIAS Nr.: 724.0009.020

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7432 1 90308 2 5 Oakenfold* Bunkka(CD, Album) Perfecto 7432 1 90308 2 5 UK 2002 Sell This Version
none Oakenfold* Bunkka(CD, Album) Not On Label none Russia Unknown Sell This Version
none Oakenfold* Bunkka(CDr, Album, Promo) Perfecto none UK 2002 Sell This Version
PERFALB09CD Oakenfold* Bunkka(CD, Album) Perfecto PERFALB09CD Australia & New Zealand 2002 Sell This Version
SICP 172 Oakenfold* Bunkka(CD, Album) Sony Records Int'l SICP 172 Japan 2002 Sell This Version

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jiggawhat

jiggawhat

January 12, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

It's not trance, but it's very well crafted. Oakenfold at least demonstrated some musical talent on this album.
lmp

lmp

September 15, 2007

It is not Paul Oakenfold as you know him with sunshine and beach live mixes. It is him as producer of an, I think, aurally shiny breakbeat style decorated with well-choosen vocalists. Even if the music is very catchy, it's well done produced. Highlights on this album are: The really eternal and deep going song 'Zoo York' - as next 'Get em up', which cuts its own, new path being more synth-hop than hip-hop - and last but not least 'The Harder they come' sung by the meantime very popular Nelly Furtado.

I recommend this release on which you can see the potential of Paul Oakenfold at its best!

GENRE

GENRE

June 1, 2003

I have read a lot of non complimentary reviews about this and the discogs score reflects this too. Howeverm I rather like this album, in my mind its a collection of 'Balearic Beats' which seems appropriare given the history of its producer. Its a mish mash of polished productions and definitely something to listen to in the sunshine.