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Basement Jaxx - Rendez Vu (1999) - Directed by Evan Bernard from the album "Remedy" . Basement Jaxx - Good Luck feat.
Consumer Guide Album. Basement Jaxx: Remedy Like so much good house, more fun than reading the newspaper and less fun than advertised ("Red Alert," "Rendez-Vu").
Remedy is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo Basement Jaxx, released in May 1999 by record label XL. The album was very well-received critically, and reached number 4 in the UK albums chart. Four singles were released from the album: "Red Alert", "Rendez-Vu", "Jump n' Shout" and "Bingo Bango". When Basement Jaxx first rose to stardom, the duo was unsatisfied with the state of dance music, describing it as "linear" and "close-minded".
Album · 1999 · 15 Songs. A decade after acid house first swept the UK, the South London duo went back to basics, supercharging tunes modeled on New York acts like Masters at Work with a heavy dose of funk. Tearing up the rulebook, they threw in salsa keys, Spanish guitars, speed-garage basslines, and Caribbean toasting; the result is an antic celebration of dance music at its most boisterous. Remedy Basement Jaxx.
Remedy (Basement Jaxx album). Remedy was released on 10 May 1999 in the UK and 3 August 1999 in the US, by record label XL. It reached number 4 in the UK Albums Chart. Four singles were released from the album: "Red Alert" on 19 April, "Rendez-Vu" on 2 August, "Jump n' Shout" on 25 October and "Bingo Bango" on 3 April 2000. Red Alert" was the first Basement Jaxx single to reach number 1 on the . Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
Some would say this album is on the same level as "Homework" By Daft Punk, and "Moon Safari" By Air. Well this album flows better and covers more ground than "Homework" does, and comparing it to "Moon Safari" wouldn't be fair, because Air were creating their Genre, While Basement Jaxx were perfecting theirs.
Finally, Basement Jaxx's long-awaited full-length, Remedy, has been issued in the . It's aptly titled, to be sure: the production duo's record is a remedy to the dull, faceless house and techno that populates dance floors. The duo are unrepentantly pop savvy, bringing vocals and lyrics to their unique blend of electro, house, hip-hop, salsa, and soul. It's a weird combo, but like the best of all pop songs, Basement Jaxx tracks stick like putty to the ears within a few listens. The songs in this album are full hypnotic beats that if nothing more, get your head bobbing. Known for the singles "Rendez-vu" and "Red Alert," which are the two most danceable songs on the album, there are quite a few more.
Basement Jaxx are double BRIT award winners (Best Dance Act), received a Grammy for their third album Kish Kash and continue to produce quality releases on their own label, Atlantic Jaxx Recordings. 2018 will see them working on music for a TV show for ITV, producing (and co-writing with) new artists and DJ'ing around the world, including an Ibiza residency for Glitterbox at Hi Ibiza.
Basement Jaxx are an English electronic music duo consisting of Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe. The pair got their name from the regular night club they held in their hometown of Brixton, London. They first rose to popularity in the mid 1990s. As the British Hit Singles & Albums book duly noted "they surfaced from the underground house scene, are regular transatlantic club chart-toppers and won the BRIT Award for Best Dance Act in 2002 and 2004".
Photograph: Simon King/Redferns. After six years of wildly eclectic parties in Brixton basements, Basement Jaxx finally unleashed their debut album, Remedy – a nonchalant nose-thumbing to tiresome dance music purism. Encouraged by New York house DJs such as Masters At Work's Louie Vega, Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton adulterated their breathless house and garage bangers with liberal doses of other fun stuff – a ragga vocal here, a two-tone sample there – whatever suited.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Vocals – Alma "Tha Soul" Duah
|3||Jump N' Shout
Vocals – Slarta JohnVocals [Shouts] – Madman Swyli, Slarta's CrewWritten By – Blue James
|4||U Can't Stop Me
Backing Vocals – Cassie WatsonVocals – Yvonne John-LewisVocals [Shouts] – Benji Candelario, Erick Morillo
Vocals – Brett, Junior Sanchez, Patsi
Backing Vocals – KDL AllstarsVocals – Blue James
Other [Breaths] – Alma "Tha Soul" Duah
|8||Always Be There
Vocals – Monday Michiru
Vocals – DJ Sneak
|10||Same Old Show|
Keyboards [Solo] – Ugo DelmiraniVocals [Word Bits] – Cassie Watson, Jorges, Nyna*
Backing Vocals – Jaxx AllstarsVocals – DJ Gemini*
|13||Stop 4 Love
Violin [Solo] – Alexander Telnikoff
|14||Don't Give Up
Backing Vocals – Gwyn Jay AllenVocals – Felix Buxton, Simon Ratcliffe
|15||Being With U
Backing Vocals – Roland Clarke*Vocals – Felix Buxton
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings
- Copyright (c) – XL Recordings
- Record Company – Roadrunner Brasil Produções Fonográficas Ltda
- Manufactured By – Sonopress-Rimo da Amazônia Indústria e Comércio Fonográfica Ltda.
- Mastered By – Mike Marsh
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 10535 63272 2
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS.63272 15738/99
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L029
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1130
|XLLP 129||Basement Jaxx||Remedy (2xLP, Album)||XL Recordings||XLLP 129||UK||1999|
|AICT 63||Basement Jaxx||Remedy (CD, Album)||SMEJ Associated Records||AICT 63||Japan||1999|
|XLMC 129||Basement Jaxx||Remedy (Cass, Album)||XL Recordings||XLMC 129||UK||1999|
|EVERCD086||Basement Jaxx||Remedy (CD, Album)||Everlasting Records||EVERCD086||Spain||1999|
|XLCD 129||Basement Jaxx||Remedy (CD, Album, RP)||XL Recordings||XLCD 129||UK||Unknown|