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Bugz In The Attic - Back In The Dog House



Bugz In The Attic Back In The Dog House
Bugz In The Attic - Back In The Dog House
(CD/2xLP) V2 NURT103631, 2006-07-24

Tracklisting :
01. Intro (1:45)
02. Move Aside (3:02)
03. I'm Gonna Letcha (3:24)
04. No More (3:20)
05. Once Twice (3:25)
06. Redhanded (4:20)
07. Doghouse (Interlude) (1:30)
08. Knocks Me Off My Feet (4:04)
09. Consequences (4:00)
10. It Don't Work Like That (4:13)
11. Sounds Like... (2:07)
12. Happy Days (4:04)
13. Don't Stop The Music (5:04)
14. Inna Row (4:30)
15. Worla Hurt (4:46)
16. Booty La La (7:25)

Links :
bugzintheattic.co.uk
myspace.com/bugzintheattic
v2music.com

Press Release :
Back In The Doghouse - the debut studio from Bugz in the Attic released 24th July.

Bugz In The Attic has always been many things to many people. Mysterious lynchpins of one of the most progressive scenes in dance music, masters of the remix with a knack for turning the mainstream into the masterful.

An album of pure Bug Phunk, conscious songwriting, slamming old school b-boy drums, sirens and layer after layer of raw musical emotion!

'Back In The Dog House' is the boiled down brew of over 90 demos that the Bugz have variously been working on together, individually, secretly and obsessively since Paul 'Seiji' Dolby, Alex Phountzi, Kaidi Tatham, Cliff Scott, Daz I-Kue and Orin ‘Afronaught' Walters first met over a drum machine at the latter's attic/studio/den in the late 90s. One listen and it becomes clear the record represents some of the most soul-drenched and low-slung sweet soul music and gritty house to have hit since Nuyorican Soul's landmark album of the same period. While the MAW opus was steeped in a musical history that perhaps held its more interesting experimental moments back, however, Bugz In The Attic let loose with an array of largely unsung collaborators to hone an album that works best as a whole but is still littered with hooky singles – the direct opposite of most of today's dance longplayers.
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