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Night Works


Download links and information about Night Works by Layo & Bushwacka!. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Breakbeat , House, Techno, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:10:13 minutes.

Artist: Layo & Bushwacka!
Release date: 2002
Genre: Breakbeat , House, Techno, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:10:13
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No. Title Length
1. Vinyl 0:44
2. Ladies and Gentlemen 1:18
3. Shining Through 6:53
4. Sahara 0:42
5. We Meet at Last 5:42
6. Mainlining 1:12
7. Let the Good Times Roll 3:34
8. All Night Long 5:41
9. Strike 0:07
10. Sleepy Language 5:40
11. Blind Tiger 6:18
12. Automate 0:51
13. Love Story 5:12
14. 2mrw 4:12
15. Love Story (V.S. Finally) [Bushwacka! Bootleg Version] 7:54
16. It's Up to You (Shining Through) [Radio Mix] 3:16
17. Let the Good Times Roll (Reworked) 3:38
18. Where Did We Go Wrong? 7:19



They're a pair of master DJs, but Layo Paskin and Matthew "Bushwacka" B. still haven't released a mix album together. With the production prowess shown on their sophomore set, Night Works, though, fans shouldn't have a problem waiting a bit longer. It helps that the album is as streamlined as a mix set; listeners are well into the third track before they even realize it. "Shining Through" paves over the speed bumps of the usual techno breaks, stream-rollering the percussion and effects until they're smooth as blacktop, but allowing what's left a strength and resiliency that's all the better for the process. A few short, scattered interludes stall the flow a bit, but the rest of the tracks are all quality. "All Night Long" really sparkles, boasting a quick pace, several stylistic change-ups, and the dynamic sonic grandeur of the best Underground Resistance productions. Like exhausted club-kids retreating from the main room into the lounge, the pair spend some time in downtempo territory, with the delicious,dubbed-out Southern soul of "Sleepy Language" and the bluesy breakbeat of "Blind Tiger." Best of all, the duo knows how interminable a 74-minute production LP sounds, so Night Works wraps up after barely three-quarters of an hour. Still, they save the best for second-to-last, another epic production titled "Love Story."