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With the false start that opens Jamiroquai’s seventh studio album, you can actually hear Jay Kay and company trying to kick over that dusty old groove engine. After all, it was five years between 2005’s Dynamite and 2010’s Rock Dust Light Star. And then it took another two years for the album to come out in the United States. The title track opens with rootsy rocking guitars, a slow-grooving rhythm section, and a melody that eases listeners into the funk, like a slow slip into the Jacuzzi. Once inside, the drums hit a little harder and the voices of female backing soul singers flesh out the tune into a party. By the second song, “White Knuckle Ride”, everything is back in full swing with a pulsing disco beat, neon synthesizers, and a buttery bass. Kay pulls some booty out of the mix for “Blue Skies”, a detour ballad with heavenly backing singers and Studio 54–era strings; it's Jamiroquai’s best post-party lullaby yet.

Customer Reviews

Another great album from a great band.

Have been a fan of Jamiroquai for years (well since their first album really) and have never yet been really disappointed by any of their albums. Yes you always know sort of what your going to get with a new Jamiroquai album, smooth soul funk and catchy disco rhythms, textured into an occasional jazzy vibe, but nobody does it better!

“Rock Dust Light Star” is yes more of the same and I and I am sure all his fans will not be disappointed, but JK does seemed to have shown a bit more versatility and taken his vocals on a slightly different direction this time, and I for one think “RDLS” is the better for it, and their isn’t really a weak track on the album and I can see him and the band having fun with theses new song live. For me the stand out tracks are “Rock Dust Light Star” which I think is genuinely special and has a really uplifting vibe to it, “Smoke and Mirrors” and “Blue Skies” I think are also really stand out tracks but that probably says more about me, although also showcases why I think JK and Jamiroquai are so popular, as we should all have a little funk in our life’s and these guys have it by the bucket load.

Well worth it

A fresh return!

Well done to Jamiroquai with such a good album, its nice to see that he can return with an original sound, and not get criticised for it being so "samey"...spread the love and spread the music! <3


Well worth the wait, hasn't stopped playing all day and isn't likely to stop any time soon!


Formed: 1992 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Active beginning in the early '90s, Jamiroquai has amassed a steady stream of hits in its native U.K. and experienced chart success in just about every other area of the world, with an irresistible blend of house rhythms and '70s-era soul/funk (the latter, especially, leading early on to claims of Stevie Wonder imitations). The band has gone though several lineup changes during their career, but through it all their leader has remained singer/songwriter Jason Kay (aka J.K.). Born on December 30,...
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