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Rendez-Vu (3 Tracks)

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1. Rendez-Vu (Radio Edit) - Basement Jaxx
2. Miracles Keep On Playin' (Red Alert Remix) - Basement Jaxx
3. All U Crazies - Basement Jaxx

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
(No title) Jan. 24 2000
By offeck - Published on
I don't like the Rednez Vu edit, but I love the song...The reason to buy this disc is for tracks 2 and 3.
The mix, no, the re-construction or making-better-of Red Alert, cutting down on vocals, and entirely changing and making more interesting the musical structure and content of the song, is a must have.
Track 3, upon first hearing to most of my friends has been called just a bunch of noise. When they say this, I ban them, make them apologize, and they must love this song before they regain my confidence. One thing this song doesn't do, it doesn't carry out it's potential/potentiality/potentialities. It's great at it is, but, say, if it were allowed to go all the way over the top, for it, I would sell my soul without a second thought. This track is an audiophile's, a speaker-salesperson's, and hi-fi-fanatic's dream.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Magic to my ears Feb. 20 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Rendez-Vu in my opinion will become a classic in years to come when people talk about this music. When I first heard it, every kind of emotion I had was touched my the beat, melody, etc. I truly recommend it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Earth-Shaking Release in the World of House Jan. 11 2000
By Diallo Riddle - Published on
Format: Audio CD
In the past few years, all but the most radio-friendly house producers have gravitated increasingly to the dark, warm, minimalistic beats of deep house, a form of the genre first made popular in the mid-nineties.
With growing dissatisfaction among many house fans with the big beat and drum-n-bass sounds, a new sound was bound to emerge in stark contrast to the repetitive nature of deep house.
Along comes this superior record out of the culturally diverse English town of Bristol - like the album it is taken from, there is no way to describe this song as anything other than a latin and reggae-infused form of house that has as many flamenco strums and selectah voice-overs as it does that awesome over 100 bpm bass.
Elements are ever-changing throughout the song and while some vocals, bells and whistles remain throughout the song, others go in and out across very few measures - others may only appear once. These constant variants keep the song exciting from finish to end.
This cut hits hard in the clubs. For winning over die-hard house fans as easily as hip hop, reggae, and electronica listeners, Basement Jaxx have truly accomplished the extraordinary. As one LA reviewer said, this is one song you almost wish would never end.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good House / Techno on Rendez Vu uk Nov. 10 1999
By "dvdguy2" - Published on
Even though this has the radio version of Rendez Vu the other 2 tracks are much longer and some of the best house/techno music around. For example listen to 'Miracles keep on playin' (Red Alert Mix) the 2nd track and you'll be trance dancing like me, the 3rd track 'All U Crazies' is really underground uk house stuff and it rocks! Get it!
Basement Jaxx - Rendez-Vu Feb. 21 2011
By scoundrel - Published on
"Rendez-Vu," off Basement Jaxx's Remedy, is plenty fun by itself, but added with "Miracles Keep On Playin' (Red Alert Remix)" -- a combination of "I Believe in Miracles" with "Red Alert" -- this single becomes a reason to celebrate. Add on top of that, "All You Crazies," a bass-heavy, squealing track -- what's not to like?

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