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Get Me Off - Basement Jaxx - Rooty (Vinyl, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Get Me Off - Basement Jaxx - Rooty (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Kagashura
    Rooty is an album packed with crazy sounds, bleeps, clicks and techno-wizardry that is mandatory to the Basement Jaxx sound, yet it is also more aware of its position within music. The 13 songs on this album seem almost more commercial, and definitely more accessible that some of the songs on the band's debut album.
  2. Zolomi
    Ooh, that sexy pant music just keeps on coming. Smart activity at XL, where someone has noticed last year’s excellent ‘Rooty’ album prematurely featured some of the hot-under-the-collar.
  3. Doshakar
    12 track double picture disc of the awesome lp. inc romeo, jus 1 kiss, get me off etc. A1 Romeo A2 Breakaway A3 SFM B1 Jus 1 Kiss B2 Broken Dreams B3 I Want U C1 Get Me Off C2 Where's Your Head At D1 Do Your Thing D2 Freakalude D3 Crazy Girl D4 All I Know.
  4. Kazizil
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Junto - Basement Jaxx on AllMusic - - After several ambitious projects that included.
  5. Sagami
    Rooty, an Album by Basement Jaxx. Released 26 June on Astralwerks (catalog no. ASW / 2 8; CD). Genres: Funky House, House.
  6. Vuhn
    I don't think there's any reason to get the Japanese version unless you're a completest. Other than that, Rooty is a great album. I'd probably suggest The Singles is understandably your best bet for a Basement Jaxx album purchase, but you can't go wrong with any of their full albums/5(92).
  7. Yosida
    Rooty by Basement Jaxx on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. GET AD-FREE WHOSAMPLED PREMIUM! GO AD-FREE WITH WHOSAMPLED PREMIUM! Rooty () Album by Basement Jaxx. Where's Your Head At. sampled M.E. by Gary Numan ( Get Me Off (Jaxx Club Mix) by.
  8. Mishura
    It all peaks with the sexy menace of "Get Me Off" and the ordinary (frightening) menace of "Where's Your Head At," the two best things Basement Jaxx has ever recorded. Unfortunately, it drops off pretty quickly after that; Rooty runs out of steam on the final stretch and barely limps across the finish line with the proto-wub-wub-core of "All I.

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