- Summary: The follow-up to the Jaxx' critically-acclaimed 1999 debut album, 'Remedy,' 'Rooty' finds the British house duo adding to the party vibe with elements of pop and R&B thrown into the mix. The lead single is "Romeo."
- Record Label: Astralwerks
- Genre(s): Dance, Electronic, House
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The nerve of it all is breathtaking. Turbo-beats poke up a gospel-jazz revivalist meeting, a mariachi band wanders into the hazy disco sashay of 'Broken Dreams', a Gary Numan sample gets bludgeoned to credibility in the Van Helden-esque pogo of 'Where's Your Head At?'.
Positive: 4 out of 4
Mixed: 0 out of 4
Negative: 0 out of 4
BillyBoyMay 18, 2006Where's your head at is a timeless classic. I could listen to that song alone over and over. But the rest of the album is great as well.
MattFeb 1, 2004Best dance album of the year. You could easily dance yourself to death.
JasonB.Jul 30, 2001Very fun to listen to and makes you want to dance in your car.
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