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[b]I'll be honest..I don't know a whole bunch aabout the duo, but I like the few tunes by them that I've heard, but I just thought I'd share the collection anyway. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][color=blue][b]The Effort[/b][/color][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I'll be honest..I don't know a whole bunch aabout the duo, but I like the few tunes by them that I've heard, but I just thought I'd share the collection anyway. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][color=red][b]The Contents[/b][/color][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Most of the files here range from standard to blazing high quality mp3 files. Unfortunetly..there that one album that has ridiculously low bitratte, but anyone who was a downloader back in the napster days knows that we did not always have the blazzing high lossly and lossless files that are available nowadays. At one time..all we had was good old 56kb. The sources of these albums inlcudes bittorrent, emule+, soulseek and DC++ and have all been checked and double-checked for consistency (i.e. they are all whole albums as opposed to the kazaa gathering method), and none seem to be lossy to lossy transcodes. All Folders have been labelled with as much info as possible, and the [url=http://suprfile.com/src/1/779vkkl/CBSS.jpg]screenshot[/url] shows them off, so you know exactly what you're downloading when you decide to. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][color=Green][b]The Bio[/b][/color][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [img]http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/omd5555/imgs/e/0/e044baf6.jpg[/img] Everybody knows that dance music is in trouble. The DJs are too old, the clubs too lazy, the promoters too greedy and the beats too tired. But everybody also knows that they still want to dance. They just need music that surprises and excites and busts loose from house music’s ever-decreasing circles. Music, in short, like Basement Jaxx’s third album, Kish Kash. Kish Kash isn’t a traditional dance record but it’s one you can dance to. A riotous collision of classic songwriting and writhing rhythms, it springs from both the electro-punk ferocity of “Where’s Your Head At” and “Get Me Off” and the more reflective moments in Basement Jaxx’s back catalogue, but never the middle ground. Featuring an array of guests, from Dizzee Rascal to Siouxsie Sioux, it demonstrates that Basement Jaxx are so far ahead of the pack they’ve forgotten what the pack looks like. Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe met over an obscure Masters At Work record in Brixton, south London in 1994. Choosing the name Basement Jaxx (Simon had a studio in a basement and the music jacked), their initial ambitions were humble: to put on great parties and produce records, which emulated their heroes on the US house scene. Over the course of several EPs on their Atlantic Jaxx label, however, a more idiosyncratic, homegrown sound emerged in the edge-of-panic squeal of “Fly Life” and the bassbin psychosis of “Set Yo’ Body Free”. Their 1997 Atlantic Jaxx compilation was informed by soul, jazz, reggae, house and samba but also the more raucous British traditions of punk and rave. In Armand Van Helden’s charming assessment, they took house music and "fucked it up the ass". Signing to Astralwerks in the US (and XL in the UK), they released their debut album, Remedy, in 1999. An instant classic, it spun ragga, disco and R&B into anarchic new mutations and yielded the hit singles “Red Alert”, “Rendez-Vu”, “Jump And Shout” and “Bingo Bango”. After touring the world Basement Jaxx hosted an intense, intimate club in a Brixton pub and called it Rooty. That became the title of their second album in 2001. Fiercer and rowdier than its predecessor, it featured “Romeo”, “Jus 1 Kiss”, “Get Me Off” and, most startling of all, the Gary Numan-sampling punk garage blitzkrieg “Where’s Your Head At”. The Traktor-directed video, which computer-grafted Felix and Simon’s faces onto rioting monkeys was the stuff of particularly entertaining nightmares, not to mention an MTV Europe statuette to add to their Brit Award (Best Dance Act 2002). Kish Kash was born in the aftermath of another lengthy tour. Exhausted and homesick, Felix and Simon settled into their new Brixton studio and set about developing a fresh approach, less reliant on grooves and samples and more focused on songwriting, often starting with just a voice and guitar. "We kind of went back to school," says Felix. We got this new studio and had to learn how to use it." Adds Simon: "There was a greater sense that we didn’t know what we were doing but it was more enjoyable than before." The recording process took place between March 2002 and August 2003. In the meantime they released the low-profile experimental Junction EP and remixed Missy Elliott, DJ Sneak and Justin Timberlake. The remixes were easy – the tricky bit was deciding where to go next. In the past, the pair had taken some of their cues from their dancefloor contemporaries but not this time. "We were listening to what other people were doing and realizing it was all pretty stagnant and uninspiring," says Simon. "There was nothing to look up to in a way. We had to do something new." The variety of records they enjoyed while making Kish Kash had a less direct influence: Radiohead, The Neptunes, Timbaland and contorted art-metallers System Of A Down. Kish Kash has an eclectic cast of characters, ranging from complete unknowns to cult heroes to household names, and from teenagers to 70-year-olds. "There’s no ageism on this record," Felix assures with a grin. Dizzee Rascal, the East Ender who’s turned UK garage/rap on its head, performs a manic turn on “Lucky Star”, to the unlikely Bellrays’ Lisa Vennum-Kekaula from California to sing “Plug It In” but it didn’t work out so they wrote a new song for her on the spot, the adrenalized cyber-Motown stomp of “Good Luck”. "We thought we’d better write a song otherwise we’ve wasted all our money," says Felix sensibly. Strings on “Good Luck” came courtesy of seasoned arranger Will Malone (Massive Attack, The Verve, Dido), who also scored the melancholic “If I Ever Recover”. “Plug It In” was finally completed thanks to a chance encounter with former *NSYNC member JC Chasez, who was in town looking for producers for his own album. His classic American R&B falsetto sparks off frantic rave stabs and grinding drums. Punk heroine Siouxsie Sioux was always first choice for “Cish Cash”, which once again makes sense of that "punk garage" tag. Simon had been a fan ever since he was nine, when he bought Siouxsie & The Banshee’s Happy House single and found, to his prepubescent delight, that Siouxsie sang "fuck off" on the B-side. "She has an individuality that’s sorely lacking in these days of blandness," says Felix. New York-based singer-songwriter Me’Shell Ndegéocello popped in amid a UK tour to record “Right Here’s The Spot’s” horny house lurch and the duvet-soft final track, Feels Like Home, which was the very first song written for the album. "On the second day she felt ill and we had to make her a bed in the vocal booth," reports Simon. The other songs are equally full of personality. The finger-popping “Supersonic” features 65-year-old Totlyn Jackson, who once traveled around Jamaica with John F Kennedy. Phoebe Tolmer fronts “Tonight”, a song originally called Slow Spanish because, um, "it’s Spanish and it’s really slow." Just days before the album was finished Simon received a visit from an 18-year-old singer called Millie. His parents had met hers at a party and given them his number so she could get some advice on the music industry. She did better than that and ended up singing on “Hot And Cold”. Elsewhere, Chicago jazz artist Allonymous, 70-year-old Brixton resident Joe Benjamin and "some bloke" called Anthony complete the cast of (almost) thousands. Basement Jaxx records have always thrived on a sense of organized chaos, voices and sounds and ideas pingponging wildly around the mix. Kish Kash is simultaneously the most extreme and most cohesive example of the mentality. "I think this album sits together better than our other ones," says Simon. "They were a bit disjointed." Felix sums up Kish Kash’s ethos thus: "We’re in such an analytical, media aware, emotionally aware society. It’s getting more complex so ultimately the thing to do is to make something simple. When nothing makes sense you just want music for one moment to hold everything together." +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][color=brown][b]The Loot[/b][/color][/u] SCREENSHOT: http://suprfile.com/src/1/7jsbatg/SS.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][b]01 - Basement Jaxx Retail[/b][/u] ----->[u] - Basement Jaxx - Remedy [320cbr][/u] [img]http://g-ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/416EEES5ATL._AA240_.jpg[/img] Finally, Basement Jaxx's long-awaited full-length, Remedy, has been issued in the U.S. 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. In fact, you may feel that you've already heard much of Remedy when you give it a spin on your CD player. With their boisterous samples, vocal hooks, and funked-out, catchy bass lines, the songs "Rendez-vu," "Yo-Yo," and "Red Alert" seem like familiar friends, rather than just the next big thing. --Tricia Romano 01 - Basement Jaxx - Rendez-Vu.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - Yo-Yo.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Jump 'n Sound.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - U Can't Stop Me.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Jaxxalude.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - Red Alert.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - Jazzalude.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Always Be There.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - Sneakalude.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Same Old Show.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - Bingo Bango.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Gemilude.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - Stop 4 Love.mp3 14 - Basement Jaxx - Don't Give Up.mp3 15 - Basement Jaxx - Being With U.mp3 album review.txt Basement Jaxx - Remedy.m3u folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ----->[u] - Basement Jaxx - Rooty [320cbr][/u] [img]http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/411N44FNH7L._AA240_.jpg[/img] 01 - Basement Jaxx - Romeo.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - Break Away.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Sfm.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - Kiss Alude.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Jus 1 Kiss.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - Broken Dreams.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - I Want U.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Get Me Off.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - Where's Your Head At.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Freakalude.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - Crazy Girl.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Do Your Thing.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - All I Know.mp3 album review.txt Basement Jaxx - Rooty.m3u folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ----->[u] - Basement Jaxx - Kish kash [320cbr][/u] [img]http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/41Z5R1Q47DL._AA240_.jpg[/img] From their earliest singles through two positively stunning albums (Remedy and Rooty), dynamic duo Basement Jaxx has exploded the house music template to produce timeless tunes with tremendous resonance. You still can't watch MTV for more than an hour or so without hearing one of their tracks blasting as background music in a commercial or on one of their shows. Unafraid to douse their house with everything from salsa to classic rock, the Jaxx have elevated their game to come up with Kish Kash, which pushes the boundaries so far it's difficult to even call what they do "house" anymore. They've always had a knack for picking guest stars, and this record is no exception. When Siouxsie Sioux rocks the mic on the grinding "Cish Cash," thoughts of Goths and house heads happily pogoing together on a crowded dance floor flood my mind. For more proof that those N*Sync boys are cooler than you ever realized, J.C. Chasez shows up to add energy to the percolating "Plug It In." LA's Lisa Kekaula belts out the rollicking "Good Luck" like Alison Moyet on a rampage, while Meshell Ndegiocello drenches "Right Here's the Spot" and dreamy closer "Feels Like Home" with more soul than should be allowed by law. The third time is definitely another charm: Kish Kash kicks ass. 01 - Basement Jaxx - Good Luck.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - Right Here's The Spot.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Benjilude.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - Lucky Star.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Petrilude.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - Supersonic.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - Plug It In.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Cosmolude.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - If I Ever Recover.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Cish Cash.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - Tonight.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Hot 'n Cold.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - Living Room.mp3 14 - Basement Jaxx - Feels Like Home.mp3 album review.txt Basement Jaxx - Kish Kash.m3u folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ----->[u] - Basement Jaxx - The Singles [192cbr][/u] [img]http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/513J1Y3YEKL._AA240_.jpg[/img] One of this year's biggest albums in the United Kingdom has been Basement Jaxx's "The Singles." For the past six years, they have made crazy house music, drawing from dance, techno, salsa, funk, and many other different genres. They appeal to both the underground and the mainstream and millions dance the night away to their classic choons in clubs every single weekend around the world. The success of the Basement Jaxx is due in part to the crazy sounds, the catchy melodies and the mysterious guest vocalists who sing with such passion over the futuristic beats that Simon Radcliffe and Felix Burton whip up behind the control panel. This album has done amazingly well in the charts over here in the UK, and I think that is due in part to the fact that everyone loves the singles, but not many are really passionate enough about the duo to buy one of their studio albums. This album crams in 15 massive dance floor fillers from the past six years for arguably the greatest collection of real dance music ever. This isn't bland, mindless drivel dance music, because it has substance and style. "Remedy," "Rooty" and "Kish Kash" are the three studio albums that the Jaxx have released to date, and this album takes all the big hits from them and compiles this flawless collection of classics that is sure to get any party started. The album opens up with "Red Alert" which was the band's first ever hit from back in early 1999. This song stormed dance floors worldwide and features Blue James on vocals. The melody is anthemic and the beats are out of this world. "Good Luck" was taken from the Jaxx's third album and is a wonderful concoction of pop and rock, merged together to create a funky club banger. The vocals are very direct and powerful from Lisa Kekaula as she sings about a man who has done her wrong. "Romeo" features Kele LeRoc on vocals and is one of the band's most enduring hit singles. This song has a driving beat that rises over and over again in the chorus. The Bollywood influence is very appealing, making for a culturally diverse song. This was a big hit single back in 2001 and taken from their second album. "Oh My Gosh" is a brand new song recorded especially for this album, and has been a huge hit in 2005. This is a very funny and funky song that sees vocalist Vula Malinga singing about a guy she has fallen head over heels in love with! The video is hilarious as she dresses up as an old woman in an old people's home and sings about this guy. "Bingo Bango" is one of the band's biggest hits and one of those songs that you've heard a million times but never knew was by the Jaxx. This is also one of my favourites they have ever released, because the beat is insane. Cassie Watson provides the main vocals, and the only line is "Bing-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-bingo!" The song has an amazing keyboard section and an amazing brass section running through it. "Where's Your Head At?" is arguably the most famous Basement Jaxx song ever and was featured in the original Tomb Raider movie starring Lara Croft from 2001. The beat on this song is so hardcore and very ear-catching. The vocals are penetrating, and the song drives a wedge into your brain making for an unforgettable dance floor classic that millions will remember for the rest of their lives. The monkey video scared the hell out of me, but it's still pretty damn cool. The lyrics are also just insane, as Damien Peachey sings, "Don't let the walls cave in on you! We can live on, live on without you!" The summer of 1999 will always be remembered for "Rendez-Vu," the next song on this album. This was the band's second single from their debut album, and is just a beautiful dance song! The Spanish influence is amazing and makes for such a heated summer song. The guitar reminds of Flamenco and the beat is driving, relentlessly in your brain. Felix provides the main vocals on this song and does a brilliant job, making this one of only two Top 5 UK hit singles for the band (the other being "Red Alert."). "Jump N' Shout" is one of the band's lesser known singles, but is one of my personal favourites. It was lifted from their first album Remedy (which peaked at No.2 in the UK). This song may take a few listens to actually grow on you, but once it does you won't be able to get it out of your head! The beat is very catchy and the main vocal lines by Slarta John are very rough and heavy! He provides some wicked freestyling over this beat that gets higher and higher every time. This of course creates a sense of anticipation in the build up to the chorus of "Got ta jump n' shout!" The next song is the incredibly "Lucky Star." This song was taken from their third album and features UK hip-hop sensation Dizzie Rascal on main vocals. Since I can't understand a word he's singing, I love the chorus even more with the female vocal line of "This better be my lucky star!" Perhaps the biggest guest vocal the Jaxx have ever enlisted the help of is that of JC Chasez who features on "Plug It In." This song is also lifted from their third album and I was gutted when it only made No.22 in the UK charts! This song is absolutely insane and is like Prince on acid. The beat drives hard and the build up to the chorus is incredible. The beat that charges at JC sings, "Plug it IN, plug it IN, baby!" is timeless. "U Don't Know Me" is the latest single from the Jaxx and was released last month. This version is a lot slower than the remix of the single version, but it's still pretty good. "Do Your Thing" is lifted from the Jaxx's second album and closed that album in fine style. This song is pure piano-barelling house music and possibly the gayest song they've ever released! Apparently, if you don't like this song, you're too straight for you're own good! Good job I'm not then! "Jus 1 Kiss" is remarkable and shows just how well the Jaxx can construct a solid beat. The moment the chorus soars "HIGH!" as the groove kicks in ranks amongst the best moments out of any Basement Jaxx song. "Flylife" doesn't feature on any of their three studio albums and instead was released in 1997 before they made it big. "Samba Magic" closes the album and opens with a foot-stomping, hand-clapping beat. This is a really funky song yet it's also quite chilled and laid-back. You could listen to this song on the beach and be ready to jump up dancing yet also relax and feel the ocean breeze wash over you. OVERALL GRADE: 10/10 I wouldn't be giving this album a solid 10/10 were it not for the second disc that also comes with it. The first disc contains 15 classics, and the second disc has 14 brilliant 'Bonus Traxx' that are, essentially, the A-Sides and B-Sides from the singles they have released. There's remixed versions of some of their biggest hits and also some amazing songs that I've never heard before such as "I Beg You," "I Live In Camberwell," "Onyx," "Mere Pass" and "Ha Choo." All in all I reckon that this collection is a must have for anyone who loves the Basement Jaxx but wasn't brave enough to buy one of their studio albums. That in itself is rather ironic, considering I went out yesterday and bought all three of their studio albums! I suspect the sales of those albums has risen dramatically since the release of The Singles as people realise just how innovative and timeless this band are. ~ The Nocturnal Aerial™ ----->----->[u]The Singles[/u] 01 - Basement Jaxx - Red Alert.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - Good Luck.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Romeo.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - Oh My Gosh.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Bingo Bango.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - Wheres Your Head At.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - Rendez Vu.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Jump 'n' Shout.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - Lucky Star.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Plug It In.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - U Dont Know Me.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Do Your Thing.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - Jus 1 Kiss.mp3 14 - Basement Jaxx - Fly Life.mp3 15 - Basement Jaxx - Samba Magic.mp3 album review.txt Basement Jaxx - The Singles.m3u folder.jpg ----->----->[u]The Singles [BONUS][/u] 01 - Basement Jaxx - Magnificent Romeo.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - I Beg U - C4.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Mere Pass.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - Miracles Keeps On Playin.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Bongoloid - C4.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - Good Luck - C4.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - Rendez Vu.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Broken Broken.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - Ha Choo - C4.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Onyx - C4.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - I Live In Camberwell.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Camberskank.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - Jus 1 Kiss - C4.mp3 14 - Basement Jaxx - Romeo - C4.mp3 album review.txt Basement Jaxx - The Singles Part II.m3u folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ----->[u] - Basement Jaxx - Crazy Itch Radio [256vbr][/u] [img]http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/51PMHQM9FWL._AA240_.jpg[/img] Smashed up in a jam-packed stew, Basement Jaxx's Crazy Itch Radio is an extravagant lesson in musical jollies. Rippling with R&B, kitchen-sink funk, and a litany of resourceful MCs, it's a concept record with a boy-meets-girl storyline that exists mostly as a prop for Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Burton's manic inventiveness. On Jaxx records like Rooty and even 2003's Kish Kash, house masterminds Masters at Work and Green Velvet were the most often-mentioned reference points, but Radio blows out the kind of easy genre-hopping more associated with Prince, along with a Parliament/Funkadelic-style theatricality. Despite how much is going on, the whole thing sounds impeccably smooth, even when Ratcliffe and Burton decide to toss a banjo into "Take Me Back to Your House," or flirt with ballads on "Lights Go Down" and "Keep Keep On." The record lacks a dance floor jam like their breakthrough "Rendez-Vu" or Rooty's "Where's Your Head At" (though "Everybody" comes close), and the finale "U R On My Mind" wanders aimlessly. But wild ingenuity and the desire to stretch are qualities that threaten to keep Basement Jaxx relevant well into the next decade. --Matthew Cooke 01 - Basement Jaxx - Intro.mp3 02 - Basement Jaxx - Hush Boy.mp3 03 - Basement Jaxx - Zoomalude.mp3 04 - Basement Jaxx - Take Me Back To Your House.mp3 05 - Basement Jaxx - Hey You.mp3 06 - Basement Jaxx - On The Train.mp3 07 - Basement Jaxx - Run 4 Cover.mp3 08 - Basement Jaxx - Skillalude.mp3 09 - Basement Jaxx - Smoke Bubbles.mp3 10 - Basement Jaxx - Lights Go Down.mp3 11 - Basement Jaxx - Intro Reprise.mp3 12 - Basement Jaxx - Everybody.mp3 13 - Basement Jaxx - Keep Keep On.mp3 14 - Basement Jaxx - U R On My Mind.mp3 album review.txt back.JPG Basement Jaxx - Crazy Itch Radio.m3u cd.JPG folder.jpg front.JPG +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][b]02 - Basement Jaxx Singles, Eps[/b][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++  - Basement Jaxx - EP3 [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Samba Magic [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Jump N' Shout [CDS] [56cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Red Alert [CDM] [M4A]  - Basement Jaxx - Romeo [CDM] [320vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Wheres Your Head At [CDS] [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Span Thang Ep [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Do Your Thing [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx Vs. Brazilian Guys - Good Lucky Remix [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Good Luck [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Plug It In (Promo Vinyl) [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Plug It In Remixes [EP] [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Oh My Gosh [CDS] [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - U Dont Know Me [CDS] [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Unreleased Mixes [192vbr]  - Bel Amour Vs Basement Jaxx - Do Your Thing [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Hush Boy [CDM] [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Hush Boy Trouble [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Take Me Back To Your House [CDM] [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx Ft. Glamma Kid - Flylife Remixes Part 2 [320vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Hey U [192vbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Make Me Sweat [320cbr] folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][b]03 - BJaxx Comps, Bootlegs, Unreleased[/b][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++  - Basement Jaxx - Essential Mix Live At Bbc 17-10-1999 [128cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Atlantic Jaxx Recordings A Compilation [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Xxtra Cutz [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx - Live In Moscow [192cbr]  - Basement Jaxx Vs Danny Tenaglia - Fly Music [CDS] [192cbr] folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][b]04 - Basement Jaxx Misc[/b][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++  - Basement Jaxx - Sleazycheeks [160cbr]  - VA - Clubbers Heaven Ft. Bassement Jaxx Cd2 [192vbr]  - VA - Gypsy Beats & Balkan Bangers [192vbr] Basement jaxx - Romeo (acapella).mp3 dillinja_-_download_-_basement_jaxx_ft_dizzee_rascal.mp3 folder.jpg +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [u][b]05 - Basement Jaxx Music Videos[/b][/u] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Basement Jaxx - Do Your Thing.avi Basement Jaxx - Good Luck.avi Basement Jaxx - Hush Boy.avi Basement Jaxx - Lucky Star (feat. Dizzee Rascal).avi basement jaxx - wheres your head at.mpg Basement Jaxx - You Don't Know Me.avi Basement.Jaxx.-.Take.Me.Back.to.Your.House.[XviD]-Saug3r.avi folder.jpg Missy Eliot - 4 My People ( Basement Jaxx Remix).avi +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Missing From This Pack: 1995 - EP1 1995 - EP2 1995 - Summer Daze 1997 - Urban Haze 1997 - Flylife 1999 - Rendezvu 1999 - Better Daze 2000 - Bingo Bango 2001 - Jus 1 Kiss 2001 - Jaxxapellas 2002 - Supergetoff 2002 - Get Me Off 2002 - Junction EP 2003 - Lucky Star (nearly got this one, but never completed) If you've got any of these, please do share! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Cool Basement Jaxx Info source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basement_Jaxx http://www.beggars.com/us/basementjaxx/index.html +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Tracker: http://www.demonoid.com +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [code] ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ | Total Size.......: 2380MB | | File Formats.....: mp3, M4a, jpeg, txt | | Uploaded By......: TheDadDyMan+SupaSoJa | | Homes............: All Over da Freaking Net | ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ [/code] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Download, SHARE and Enjoy!
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