Greenskeepers* ‎– Pleetch



Greenskeepers* Yes 2:26
Greenskeepers* You Don't Know Me 4:11
Greenskeepers* Epiphany 3:18
Los Chicros Back In The Wild (Greens Keepers Remix) 5:04
Greenskeepers* Slippin' 4:05
Greenskeepers* Filipino Phil 2:59
Greenskeepers* Keep It Down 4:43
Greenskeepers* Warm & Dry 3:15
Greenskeepers* Lotion 3:45
Greenskeepers* Get It 4:30
Greenskeepers* Dots 5:21
Greenskeepers* Sailing 4:02

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CMCCD110 Greenskeepers* Pleetch(CD, Album) Classic CMCCD110 UK 2004 Sell This Version
CMCCD110, CMCCD/LP110 Greenskeepers* Pleetch - 4 Track Album Sampler(CDr, Promo, Smplr) Classic, Classic CMCCD110, CMCCD/LP110 UK 2004 Sell This Version
CMCLP110 Greenskeepers* Pleetch(2xLP) Classic CMCLP110 UK 2004 Sell This Version
Om-169 Greenskeepers* Pleetch(CD, Album) OM Records Om-169 US 2005 Sell This Version



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January 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Pleetch, CD, Album, Om-169

Bizarro housers Greenskeepers offer a second album of leftfield dance music, PLEETCH. The overall mood here is more downtempo than their previous offering, THE ZIGGY FRANKLEN RADIO SHOW, as evidenced by the R&B vibe of "You Don't Know Me" and "Epiphany." On the other hand, "Back in the Wild," with its easygoing vibe, seems to draw more on 70s psychedelic pop than anything else. "Man in the House" injects some rock into the album, replete with some tongue-in-cheek lyrics, and "Slippin'" finally gets to the house we've been waiting for. "Filipino Phil" (and its corresponding house mix) is completely weird -- in a good way. The second half of the album sets it back into house territory, a marked contrast to what's come before. "Get It" sparkles with some jazzy horns, while "Dots" takes on the jazz full-bore. And "Sailing," a cover of the Christopher Cross song, could have come off an adult contemporary album. The schizophrenia nature of this album may be off-putting to some, but how can one not love the "Silence of the Lambs"-inspired lunacy of "Lotion"? The Greenskeepers are nothing if not individual.