It was awesome to have this available on domestic CD, but it's even more badass to have this on import double LP. You can tell that Trevor Jackson meant for the cover art to be on record format. Definitely a keeper... I think after we've gotten over the whole new disco thing (then the rave thing, then trance thing, then amazingly back to indy rap thing), this is the album that's gonna stick out as the genre's classic. I haven't gotten sick of this album yet, which is a bit of a mini-miracle. Here's our original review: The Soulwax guys are pretty clever. With their new album people were expecting the duo's electro-dance juice. Instead the duo delivered a surprisingly good rock album that's been charting singles overseas. In another twist, shortly after the original release, they dropped this Nite Versions album which features club versions of the album tracks. The idea was inspired by The Human League's Love And Dancing album, the remix album that followed Dare. Following in line with the original expectations, this is exactly what people wanted in the first place: catchy, dirty dancefloor stuff. 9 tracks including the huge "NY Lipps," "Teachers", "Miserable Girl," "E Talking," and "Krack."
- pink & white colored double vinyl pressing
- 15th anniversary edition
- first time on vinyl since 2005
- printed inner sleeves
- music label: Deewee 2020
reviewed by the mgmnt 11/2005