Basement Jaxx - Kish Kash
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Release date: 21 October 2003
Not a bad album, merely a just-good-enough one...
Before the great superclub crash of 2001, Felix Burton and Simon Ratcliffe were the house duo even house music haters could love. Mainly because they never made straight house but fantastic ultra-pop belters like ‘Romeo’ and ‘Where’s Your head At’, full to bursting with punk garage and calypso-funk and electro-ragga and, just for good measure, donkey disco too. Hey, why not?...
- Oct 24, 2003
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- Good Luck
- Right Here's The Spot
- Lucky Star (featuring Dizzee Rascal)
- Supersonic (featuring Totlyn Jackson)
- Plug It In (featuring JC Chasez)
- If I Ever Recover
- Cish Cash
- Tonight (featuring Phoebe)
- Hot 'n Cold
- Living Room
- Feels Like Home
Retro-raving nostalgia comp for the rocket salad set
- Apr 7, 2005
...a mighty record: brash, audacious, heroically over-excited...
- Apr 5, 2004
With bootleg White Stripes covers and renegade BellRays, Basement Jaxx end their year noisily...
- Dec 13, 2003
|Dec 07, 2013||O2 Academy Brixton||London|
Band preview latest song from new EP...
Track will be released on September 30
The duo release brand new single 'Back 2 The Wild' on May 20
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