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Dont Give Up - Basement Jaxx - Remedy (CD, Album)

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  1. Their fourth studio album, Crazy Itch Radio, was released on 4 September in the UK, simultaneously with its first single, "Hush Boy".The album featured guest vocals by Martina Sorbara (credited as "Martina Bang"), Lily Allen, and dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo , Basement Jaxx were also one of the support acts for Robbie Williams on his 'Close Encounters' tour. For Cyndi Lauper's Bring Ya to the .
  2. Basement Jaxx - Remedy - CD Product details. Audio CD (December 31, ) Number of Discs: 1; Label: XXL; REMEDY is a great album, full of dance rhythms, sublime soundscapes, and a display of provocative song writing skills. this song is it. "Don't Give Up" is another love song, this time in a more Bjork/Tricky-esque attitude. One lyric /5(75).
  3. Basement Jaxx - Remedy: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Rendez-Vu: A2: Yo-yo: A3: Jump N' Shout: B1: U Can't Stop Me: B2: Jaxxalude: B3: Red Alert: B4: Jazzalude: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review This debut emerges from the underground house scene, demonstrating influences from dancehall, disco.
  4. Remedy, an Album by Basement Jaxx. Released in on Addiction (catalog no. ADDCD; CD). Genres: Funky House, House.
  5. Listen to Remedy by Basement Jaxx on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  6. "Red Alert" is a song recorded by English electronic music duo Basement Jaxx. It was released on 19 April by record label XL as the first single from their debut album, Remedy. The vocal from the track was provided by Blu James.
  7. Lyrics to Don't Give Up by Basement Jaxx from the Remedy album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. Basement Jaxx is an interesting concept. they mix house with drum'n'bass and the neodisco thing and have no fear to make themselves ridiculous. i think they are more 'p-funk' than others might claim themselves. some tracks are silly, some get on the listeners' nerves, but the album works. and there are two really great tracks on it: "always be there" - a dramatic dnb-house-something (with very good .

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