Tim Deluxe ‎– The Little Ginger Club Kid

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Tracklist

Intro 0:14
Heavy Weather 5:01
Less Talk More Action! 3:30
What A Life (Amsterdam) 4:38
2 Kool For Skool 5:48
It Just Won't Do 5:11
Story Of You And Me 4:18
Battle 7:06
Mundaya (The Boy) 5:36
Little White Ship 4:04
A Trip To The Record Store 0:34
We All Love Sax 4:51
Choose Something Like A Star 9:00
The Jet 6:57
Tech Bass 8:16

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRC- 81 Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC- 81 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
H2O 033LP Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(2xLP, Album) Underwater Records H2O 033LP UK 2003 Sell This Version
H2O 033LPP Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(2xLP, Album, Smplr, Promo) Underwater Records H2O 033LPP UK 2003 Sell This Version
H2O 033CD Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album) Underwater Records H2O 033CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
H2O 033CD Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album) Underwater Records H2O 033CD UK 2003 Sell This Version
H2O 033 CDL Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album) Underwater Records H2O 033 CDL UK 2003 Sell This Version
P2 93213 Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) EMI Music Canada P2 93213 Canada 2003 Sell This Version
SM-046 Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(Cass, Album) Star Music, Underwater Records SM-046 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
BRC-281 Tim Deluxe The Little Ginger Club Kid(CD, Album, RE) Beat Records BRC-281 Japan 2010 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 21, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
referencing The Little Ginger Club Kid, CD, Album, H2O 033CD

Tim Deluxe’s debut, THE LITTLE GINGER CLUB KID, has house tracks cleverly disguised as pop songs. Catchy and smile-inducing, tracks like “Heavy Weather” and “Less Talk More Action!” have a pop sensibility backed with that kick drum to get you moving, augmented in no small part by Terra Deva’s powerful and sexy vocals. There’s quite a bit of funk and silliness on “2kool 4skool” and “Little White Ship,” though the former doesn’t show a lot of variation. The stronger tracks are definitely the vocal ones, since they have more focus and don’t grow stale as easily: “It Just Won’t Do” is a Latin-tinged little hustle with a lascivious thrust, while “Battle” is a little less earthy and a little more dreamy. “Mundaya (The Boy)” merges South Asian vocals with a house rhythm, with toe-tapping Bollywood-approved results. There’s also the dancing in outer-space track, “Choose Something Like a Star,” which drifts out into the void on a filtered vocal and a spoken-word sample from what sounds like a New Age tape. The first half of the album is the stronger, but the fun last throughout.