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Bugz In The Attic - Back In The Doghouse mp3 flac Performer: Bugz In The Attic
Title: Back In The Doghouse
Style: Broken Beat
Released: 2006
FLAC album: 2866 mb
MP3 album: 2928 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Electronic / Soul

Tracklist

Knocks Me Off My Feet
Happy Days
Redhanded
It Don't Work Like That
Don't Stop The Music
Inna Row
Sounds Like
Once Twice
Worla Hurt
Consequences
Booty La La
Doghouse (Interlude)
No More
Intro
I'm Gonna Letcha
Move Aside

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NURT 1036319Bugz In The Attic Back In The Doghouse ‎(CD, Album)V2NURT 1036319UK2006
NURT 1036312PBugz In The Attic Back In The Dog House ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)V2NURT 1036312PEurope2006
noneBugz In The Attic Back In The Dog House ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)V2noneEurope2006
NURT 1036311Bugz In The Attic Back In The Doghouse ‎(2xLP, Album)V2NURT 1036311UK2006
NURT1036319Bugz In The Attic Back In The Doghouse ‎(CD, Album)V2, NurtureNURT1036319Europe2006
NURT 1036318Bugz In The Attic Back In The Doghouse ‎(CD, Album, RE)V2NURT 1036318UK2006

Album

Back In The Dog House - Bugz In The Attic. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Bugz in the Attic is a collective of DJs and producers based in West London, who are prominent in broken beat. The collective includes Orin Walters Afronaught, Paul Dolby Seiji, Kaidi Tatham, Daz-I-Kue, Alex Phountzi Neon Phusion, Cliff Scott, Mark Force and Matt Lord. The collective founded in late 96' also has a label, BitaSweet Records, and a studio, The BitaSuite. They have released numerous singles as well. Bugz in the Attic. 48,431 listeners. They have released a pile of singles as well as remixes & compilations followed by their first studio album on V2 Records in July 2006. View wiki. Bugz in the Attic is an all-star broken beat crew of DJs and producers based in West London. The collective includes Orin Walters Afronaught, Paul Dolby Seiji, Kaidi Tatham, Daz-I-Kue, read more. Album 2006 18 Songs. Bugz In the Attic. Dance 2006. Doghouse Interlude. 3 The Guardian Takeover Playlist. Takeover: Reprezent Radio. United States. Follow Bugz in the Attic and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 1 January 2006. Not available in Russian Federation. Doghouse interlude. Knocks Me Off My Feet. Doghouse nterlude. Paul Dolby, Markus Lipka, Clifford Scott, Kaidi Tatham, Orin Walters. And then, years later, Bugz in the Attic released their long awaited full album, and nothing happened. It should have been either the climax of the style or a letdown, and it wasn't neither: few people payed attention, and the album dissapeared. Not surprisingly. Back in the doghouse has the same problem many albums with wonderful producers have: it's very well produced, yes, but it doesn't stand out, and it was supposed to do so. Bugz In The Attic performing Redhanded from the album Back In The Doghouse, at the Montreux Jazz Festival 2006 in the Miles Davis Hall. Vocals: the past, Bugz and their cohorts have been criticised for an overly serious approach to music, preferring sonic noodling to tunes that anyone outside their circle cared about. That criticism can be chucked out of the window: Back in the Doghouse is a celebration of everything joyful, positive and inventive about British music. Basement Jaxx's Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe also make a point of celebrating pre-fame talent. Their fourth album, which follows the 800,000-selling number one Singles, is stuffed with colourful individuals. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Back In the Dog House, 2006. Now playing

Performer

Bugz In The Attic: Collective of DJs and producers based in West London, who are prominent in broken beat. The collective includes Orin Walters, Paul Dolby, Kaidi Tatham, Daz-I-Kue, Alex Phountzi, Cliff Scott, Mark Force and Matt Lord. The collective founded in late 96' also has a label, BitaSweet Records, and a studio, The BitaSuite. They have released numerous singles as well as remixes and compilations. Their debut album Back in the Doghouse was released in July 2006, on V2 Records. Troubled Times, Ol. Listen to music from Bugz in the Attic like Booty La La, Zombie Part One & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bugz in the Attic. Bugz in the Attic is an all-star broken beat crew of DJs and producers based in West London. The collective includes Orin Walters Afronaught, Paul Dolby Seiji, Kaidi Tatham, Daz-I-Kue, Alex Phountzi, Cliff Scott, Mark Force, Matt Lord and Mikey Stirton. The group also boasts a label, BitaSweet Records and a studio, The BitaSuite. Bugz in the Attic is a collective of DJs and producers based in West London, who are prominent in broken beat. The collective includes Orin Walters Afronaught, Paul Dolby Seiji, Kaidi Tatham, Daz-I-Kue, Alex Phountzi Neon Phusion, Cliff Scott, Mark Force and Matt Lord. They have released numerous singles as well. Bugz In The Attic: все альбомы, включая Back In The Dog House. Cassagrande Lounge. Various artists. 2015 The Best Relaxin' And Chillin' Music. I Heart Real Deep House. Armada Fania . 2014 SOBs. Bugz in the Attic is an all-star broken beat crew of DJs and producers based in West London - a collective that includes but isn't limited to Afronaught, Seiji, Daz-I-Kue, Kaidi Tatham, Mark Force, and Alex Phountzi. Whether alone, together, or involved in their many splinter projects and one-off. Bugz In The Attic, London, United Kingdom. UK Broken Beat Pioneers Bugz In The Attic. Bugz in the attic. A hedonists hoedown that George Clinton would be proud of. The Daily Telegraph. Check out Bugz In The Attic on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs. UMG от лица компании Mercury EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor, BMI. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Bugz In The Attic on your desktop or mobile device

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And then, years later, Bugz in the Attic released their long awaited full album, and nothing happened. It should have been either the climax of the style or a letdown, and it wasn't neither: few people payed attention, and the album dissapeared. Not surprisingly.

"Back in the doghouse" has the same problem many albums with wonderful producers have: it's very well produced, yes, but it doesn't stand out, and it was supposed to do so. After many years of wonderful remixes (compiled in "Got the bug", a good album whose only fault were some heavy edits), after some wonderful productions and wonderful side projects, everybody expected more of their debut. And this is just, simply, a good throwback of the 70s and, above it all, the 80s. "Move aside" begs to be a perfect single, rather than being one, and the rest sound like loud singles that fight against each other to stand out. Everyone, from Seiji to Afronaught, from Kaidi to Mark Force, from Mark de Clive Lowe to Bembe Segue, have done much better things in their other projects, songs that were catchy, poppy and accessible. They have all mastered the pop production... and they said that these songs were chosen among hundreds as their best. Maybe they would have needed not only a bunch of songs, but some coherence between them.

Standouts? The three songs that end the album. Inna Row brings the best of Thy Lord, Worla Hurt is a nice string-leaded ballad, and the single Booty La La which is still fun to listen to. But the rest... I hoped for more bravery, more inspiration, more funk. Less pop. Maybe my expectations were too high. Maybe they put them too high.

EDIT: I will add another standout, the Dego-touched "Happy Days", which could have been perfectly in any of his albums. Somehow I find myself singing that one from time to time.