Weekend Players ‎– Pursuit Of Happiness

Multiply Records ‎– TWR0005-2, Multiply Records ‎– MULTYCD11
CD, Album


1 I'll Be There
2 Best Days Of Our Lives
3 21st Century
4 Jericho
5 Pursuit Of Happiness
6 Angel
7 Into The Sun
8 Subway
9 Through The Trees
10 Higher Ground

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2467 80005-2 Weekend Players Pursuit Of Happiness(CD) WEA International Inc. 2467 80005-2 Australia 2002 Sell This Version
2467-80005-2, TWR0005-2 Weekend Players Pursuit Of Happiness(CD, Album) Multiply Records, Multiply Records 2467-80005-2, TWR0005-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
MULTYCD11 Weekend Players Pursuit Of Happiness(CD, Album) Multiply Records MULTYCD11 UK 2002 Sell This Version
2 80005 Weekend Players Pursuit Of Happiness(CD, Album) Multiply Records 2 80005 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
none Weekend Players Pursuit Of Happiness(CDr, Album, Promo) Telstar, Warner Music Australia none Australia Unknown Sell This Version


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February 14, 2017
this should get a vinyl threatment. very dope stuff !!


May 23, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
As mentioned above, this undoubtedly a very enjoyable down tempo album, much more pleasant than the over-commerciality of Groove Armada.

One thing that struck me was if you listen to track #2 'Best Day's Of Our Lives', it is almost exactly the same as 'Honeydew' by Mr. Scruff (from the album 'Keep It Unreal'). Presumably both parties sampled the same original track, but my sleeve notes from Keep It Unreal do not mention what this track may be. I guess the answer is out there somewhere!

Certainly recommended listening if you like Thievery Corporation, Nightmares On Wax et al.


February 2, 2004

Excellent album!!! been listening to it in the car for weeks, really downtempo vibe that provides the perfect ambient beats for every occassion and for every mood


January 3, 2004

Strong evidence that Andy Cato should just ditch Groove Armada, and stick with this project. Much more genuine, no forced funkiness... and plenty of great beats as well as outstanding vocals from Rachel Foster. The perfect example of pop-house music that you don't have to be ashamed to listen to!