Polo Club, Pt. 2
Download links and information about Polo Club, Pt. 2 by Greenskeepers. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 4 tracks with total duration of 25:51 minutes.
|Genre:||Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Polo Club (D's Book Learnin Dub) [D's Book Learnin Dub] (featuring Greenkeepers)||7:55|
|2.||Polo Club (Kerowack Remix) [Kerowack Remix] (featuring Greenkeepers)||5:37|
|3.||15 Minutes (Dim's 80's X-tended Vocal) [Dim's 80's X-tended Vocal] (featuring Greenkeepers)||7:10|
|4.||15 Minutes (Assassins Mix) [Assassins Mix] (featuring Greenkeepers)||5:09|
For a collective that does as much remix work as it does, the Greenskeepers sound an awful lot like a rock & roll band. And not just a rock & roll band, but a '80s rock & roll band — on their latest album, the lead track sounds an awful lot like a Devo outtake, while "Bedtime" channels Talking Heads to an almost creepy extent, and "15 Minutes" sounds almost like the Cure with Ian Curtis on guest vocals. And yes, that's all a compliment. Electronica is nice and everything, but when a band shows itself to be equally adept at crafting deep electro grooves and writing worthwhile songs, that's pretty impressive. Other highlights on the program include the synth-poppy "A Week Ago" and the charmingly silly "Love Lobotomy," which sounds something like a collaboration between Blondie and Kraftwerk, if you can imagine that. The package comes with a bonus disc: a continuous DJ mix by the Greenskeepers' "electro-percussionist" James Curd featuring deep house remixes of Greenskeepers tracks by a variety of producers and DJs, along with selected cuts by colleagues like One Fingered Pocket, Tracey Cooper and East Coast Boogiemen. Recommended.