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Tracklist

Good Luck4:42
Right Here's The Spot4:24
Benjilude0:10
Lucky Star4:31
Petrilude0:10
Supersonic5:24
Plug It In4:51
Cosmolude0:55
If I Ever Recover3:22
Cish Cash4:19
Tonight4:02
Hot 'N Cold4:00
Living Room2:25
Feels Like Home7:27

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    XL Recordings – XLCD174, Remote Control – XLCD174Australia & New Zealand2003Australia & New Zealand2003
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    Sum Records (2) – 2815-2, Sum Records (2) – AF0001500Brazil2003Brazil2003
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    Союз – XLCD 174, XL Recordings – XLCD 174Russia2003Russia2003
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    XL Recordings – RR 11851003Indonesia2003Indonesia2003
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    XL Recordings – CDJUST 002, Just Music (7) – CDJUST 002South Africa2003South Africa2003
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    Reviews

    • DeadcityDerek's avatar
      DeadcityDerek
      ✊⭐️🙌Honestly dizzee has one of the best grime tracks imo on this album !! Lucky Star ⭐️
      • mattcymru2021's avatar
        mattcymru2021
        really cool album, which even though it got a grammy, didnt seem to sell much?
        • deejsasqui's avatar
          deejsasqui
          This album, while full of dance tunes, seems to be aimed at the home audience. There aren't any really long tracks, and you can listen to the album straight through, and it flows, versus albums which seem to be cobbled together from singles.

          In addition to the Jaxx usual style of bouncy house tracks, <b>If I Ever Recover</b> and <b>Feels Like Home</b> add thoroughly melancholy tunes to their repertoire, showing the duo don't just want you to move your arse, but also get emotional.
          • scoundrel's avatar
            scoundrel
            You have to admire the “kitchen sink” aesthetic of Basement Jaxx: <I>Kish Kash</I> shows no sign of abandoning their habit of throwing all sort of musical influences into a blender and pouring whatever comes out. Here, Arabic horns meets rap on “Lucky Star”; Southern roots gospel meets funky house on “Supersonic.” Again, as with their earlier album, the blend isn’t completely smooth; a few lumps (like “Living Room“) are produced now and then. Their love for punk shines through on <I>Kish Kash</I> more than ever: “Cish Cash,” with Siouxsie Sioux on vocals, is its own genre: house-thrash. Even if they’re not always successful with all their songs, Basement Jaxx is always interesting, which is more than you can say about a majority of popular house acts.
            • JoeyJeremiah's avatar
              JoeyJeremiah
              Just bought this last week and played it out heaps already.

              Kish Kash is such an inventive record: great songwriting coupled with completely bent production. It's like Squarepusher fucking the Destiny's Child girls one by one at a house party in Brixton...

              Ah well, it's the only dance album that has charted in Australia since god knows when, so for that alone, good on em, tha little blighters!

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