Basement Jaxx - Remedy
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
1999 Ratings: #21 / 99
User Score
Based on 40 ratings
1999 Ratings: #72
May 10, 1999 / Release Date
LP / Format
XL / Label
House, Electronic / Genres
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BruhMan
66
FAVORITE TRACKS: Rendez-Vu, Red Alert, Stop 4 Love, Always Be There & Being with U

LEAST FAVORITE: Jump n' Shout & U Can't Stop Me
CheapandLethal
55
Uninspiring
DalekTurret32
95
Rendez-Vu [92]
Yo-Yo [83]
Jump 'n' Shout [102]
U Can't Stop Me [94]
Jaxxalude {IGNORING, 82}
Red Alert [101]
Jazzalude {IGNORING, 78}
Always Be There [103]
Sneakalude {IGNORING}
Same Old Show [83] (-)
Bingo Bango [111]
Gemilude {IGNORING, 83}
Stop 4 Love [93]
Don't Give Up [84]
Being With U [95]

Top 5:

5. Being With U
4. Red Alert
3. Jump ‘n’ Shout
2. Always Be There
1. Bingo Bango
40
Around the late 90s, I was really into the electronica boom of the era. Of course I loved Fatboy Slim and Moby, but I dug into bands like The Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada, The Crystal Method and many others. I was far more interested in the playing with song structure than the actual dance aspects of electronica. I admired how Fatboy Slim could make a song like "Praise You," which would manipulate a single line, and stretch it in intriguing ways for an entire song. Any band that ... read more
Hackskeptic
60
Many a commentator will tell you that “Remedy”, the debut long player from London duo Felix Burton and Simon Ratcliffe is one of the most important dance collections of modern times. Their mix of house, electronic, tech-house, salsa, funk and disco shows astonishing breadth, adrenalized by the pair’s deep experience in hosting dance parties, along with carefully thought use of both guests and samples. Success had not been instant for the pair, having released numerous self ... read more
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Added on: May 13, 2013