Kraak & Smaak - A Collection Of The Finest K&S remixes Section MP3/Flac

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Artist: Kraak & Smaak

Title Of Album: The Remix Sessions: A Collection Of The Finest K&S remixes

Year Of Release: 2007

Label: JalapenoJalapeno Rec.

Genre: Funk / Soul

Quality: mp3

Bitrate: VBR,~ 205 kbps

Total Size: 165 mb

WebSite: Kraak Smaak


CD 1:

01. Skeewiff - "Man Of Constant Sorrow" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

02. Ikon - "Do You Dream" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

03. Mark Rae - "Medicine" (Kraak & Smaak First Aid For The Dancefloor remix)

04. Fort Knox Five - "Learning It The Hard Way" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

05. Sarah Bettens - "Come Over Here" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

06. Karl Moestl - "Love Is My Religion" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

07. Bittersweet - "Mating Game" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

08. Mimezine - "Can't Get Enough" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

09. Dorfmeister vs Mdla - "Boogie No More" (Kraak & Smaak Boogie Angst remix)

10. Resin Dogs - "She's Gone" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

CD 1:

01. Jamiroquai - "Electric Mistress" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

02. Kraak & Smaak - "Everything Is Plastic" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

03. Chris Joss - "A Part In That Show" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

04. Max Sedgley - "Devil Inside" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

05. Lack Of Afro - "Wait A Minute" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

06. Kraak & Smaak - "Real Pain" 07. Zeroleen - "All Good" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

08. Jamiroquai - "Seven Days In Sunny June" (Kraak & Smaak remix)

09. Kraak & Smaak - "No Sun In The Sky" (Noogman remix)


2006 was the year Kraak & Smaak made the jump from being a cool retro-funk act pumping out some essential vinyl releases to a world beating live act with one of the funkiest debut albums in recent history. In between releasing their own records and touring the US, UK, their home country of Holland and everywhere in between, they also found time to do some serious re-rubs of friends, acquaintances and the odd superstars work. Unlike most remix albums, "The Remix Sessions" doesn't sound like a cobbled together collection, these all sound like Kraak & Smaak tracks. You can tell that the band really put a lot of themselves into each remix they do and the mixes have a common theme of uncommon funk. Funk is kind of an overused word these days but when you've got it you've got it and these boys got it big time.

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