The Chemical Brothers ‎– Brothers Gonna Work It Out

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1.01 Willie Hutch Brother's Gonna Work It Out 10:52
1.02 Chemical Brothers* With Justin Warfield Not Another Drugstore (Planet Nine Mix)
1.03 Chemical Brothers* Block Rockin' Beats (The Micronauts Mix)
Remix – The Micronauts
1.04 This Ain't Chicago Ride The Rhythm
1.05 The Jimmy Castor Bunch It's Just Begun
2.06 Kenny Dope* Presents The Powerhouse Three* Makin' A Living
Presenter – Kenny Dope*
9:13
2.07 Badder Than Evil Hot Wheels (The Chase)
2.08 Unique 3 The Theme (Unique Mix)
Producer – Rob Gordon*, Unique 3
2.09 Love Corporation Gimme Some Love
3.10 The Micronauts The Jazz 15:37
3.11 The Serotonin Project Sidewinder (312 Vs. 216 Stomp Mix)
3.12 Carlos 'After Dark' Berrios* Doin' It After Dark (D-Ski's Dance)
3.13 Freestyle Don't Stop The Rock
3.14 Metro L.A. To A Nation Rockin'
4.15 Chemical Brothers* Morning Lemon 14:51
4.16 Meat Beat Manifesto Mars Needs Women
4.17 Renegade Soundwave Thunder
4.18 DBX Losing Control
4.19 Dubtribe Sound System Mother Earth
5.20 Barry De Vorzon And Perry Botkin Jnr.* The Riot 18:22
5.21 The Ultraviolet Catastrophe Trip Harder
5.22 Manic Street Preachers Everything Must Go (Chemical Brothers Remix)
Remix – The Chemical Brothers
5.23 Spiritualized I Think I'm In Love (Chemical Brothers Vocal Remix)
Mixed By, Edited By – Mads BjerkeRemix – The Chemical Brothers

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Released in a regular jewel case (with clear tray) with a rectangular white sticker on the front stating:
"A DJ Mix By The Chemical Brothers
XDUSTCD101
7243 8 46599 29"

Printed and Made in E.U.
This Compilation ℗ 1998 Virgin Records Ltd. © 1998 Virgin Records Ltd.

Track 1.04 listed as "On The House - This Ain't Chicago"

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 24384 65992 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724384659929
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 15D9
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 154A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 159A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 155A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): ifpi 1552
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 6): IFPI 15AE
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  • Matrix / Runout (Pressing Code - Variant 1): 1-1-6-NL
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  • Matrix / Runout (Pressing Code - Variant 3): 1-1-1-NL
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  • Matrix / Runout (Pressing Code - Variant 5): 1-3-4-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Pressing Code - Variant 6): 1-3-6-NL
  • Rights Society: BEL / BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Distribution Code: PM538

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XDUSTCD101, 7243 8 46599 29 The Chemical Brothers Brothers Gonna Work It Out(CD, Comp, Mixed) Freestyle Dust, Virgin XDUSTCD101, 7243 8 46599 29 UK 1998 Sell This Version
ASW 6243 The Chemical Brothers Brothers Gonna Work It Out(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 6243 US 1998 Sell This Version
ASW 6243-2, 0170 4 66243 2 9 The Chemical Brothers Brothers Gonna Work It Out(CD, Album, Mixed) Astralwerks, Freestyle Dust ASW 6243-2, 0170 4 66243 2 9 US 1998 Sell This Version
VJCP-25413, none The Chemical Brothers Brothers Gonna Work It Out(CD, Comp, Mixed) Virgin, Freestyle Dust VJCP-25413, none Japan 1998 Sell This Version
VJCP-68406 The Chemical Brothers Brothers Gonna Work It Out(CD, Comp, Mixed, RE, Car) Virgin VJCP-68406 Japan 2002 Sell This Version

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BigBeat25

BigBeat25

February 2, 2018

A fabulous piece of electronic music, and such a sensational journey indeed. Big Beat combined with house, funk, electro, techno, hip-hop, rock and soul, there's something for eyeryone.

The first soulful notes followed by the boomin' "Not Another Drugstore" are legendary, but the entire last track (20 minutes !) is the pinnacle of the Chems's work there. The two last tracks especially are the realness.
Who can't remember "Everything Must Go" in that magic & timeless intro of Gran Turismo 1 ?

My all-time favorite Chemical Brothers DJ mix. Highly recommended along with "On The Floor At The Boutique", "The Dirtchamber Sessions" and the FSUK series (especially mixes from Freestylers & Cut La Roc).
ricksta7

ricksta7

October 28, 2015
I've returned to this record many times over the years. It's one of the best in my collection. Truly a mix that takes you on a journey
Quiller1

Quiller1

October 17, 2015
It should be noted that a track appears in this mix that was not listed on the official tracklist. "Peace" by 2-B-3 & Tony Johnson is mixed underneath DBX's "Losing Control".
dubconcrete

dubconcrete

August 25, 2011
Unlike the other high-profile big beat DJ mix from around this time, Fatboy Slim's 'On The Floor At The Boutique', 'Brothers Gonna Work It Out' was recorded in the studio instead of live, eschewing Norman Cook's vinyl beatmatching and spinbacks for seamless digital transitions. So seamless, in fact, that they included 5 index points instead of separating each track on the mix.

Instead of just rocking the party, Tom and Ed take the opportunity to reveal some of their influences, including funk, soul, hip-hop, electro, classic house, Detroit techno and film music. Unfortunately the majority of these tracks have been reduced to a vocal sample or a 1 to 4 bar loop repeated ad nauseum, which is frustrating.

All in all, this disc is definitely worth a listen, but it's not a record you'll find yourself returning to many times over the years.
official_gate_one

official_gate_one

June 7, 2009
This is my favorite DJ mix of all time, ever. On a technical level it's a little repetitive, the EQing could be better, the mixes aren't amazingly smooth... but who cares? This CD is all about the groove, and the Chems don't let the feel of the mix down. The last track is my favorite, especially the last 2 songs.

If you love the Chems, you probably already own this record, and love it. If you don't own it, but it... NOW.
Matt-THE-Geeza

Matt-THE-Geeza

July 13, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
The Manics and Spiritualized remixes i think are the best part of the album and i don't think the rest of it is anything to lose sleep over.

I knew the original versions of "Everything Must Go" but not "I Think I'm In Love" and find these mixes really a pleasure to listen to. Not something i do a lot; but i'm glad i have this album in my collection. I like a couple of The Chems early tracks:
"In Dust We Trust" and "Chemical Beats (Dave Clarke Remix)" and found a softer side to them here.

The album i found by accident in Woolworths, and was pleased with my lucky find as it contains The Chemical Brothers Remix of "Everything Must Go" used on the Intro to the Playstation game "Gran Turismo", which i had spent an age wondering what that tune was!

This album is worth buying at least just to shove in front of band purists and say this was so much better than what the original bands had produced!

July 2, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Press 'stop' before the last two tracks come in and you've got one of the best mix albums of funk and early 90s techno/breaks. Admittedly I got this before I knew anything about any of these genres, but it opened a lot of interesting doors.
KoolzAK1200

KoolzAK1200

October 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Hmmm
some great tunes on here...
.....but some of the tunes on here are basically ruined by some ridiculous looping malarky which at times reduces certain tracks in places to a reptitive one or two bar loops.

Take the classic break of "Hot Wheels-The Chase" for example they must loop the same few bars for about 5 or so minutes! Turning a classic break into boredom
Absolutely ridiculous!

Whilst the Live At The Social mix remianed a relatively straight-up sort of mix album the Chemicals got bogged down way too much in the studio over this mix album trying to force things to match and the end result is frankly bit poo in places.

Plus that Manic Street Preachers remix ........eurgh .