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Album Review

Faze Action's second album doesn't make any huge strides from the first, though the brothers Lee have expanded not only their production sense but their range. As on 1997's Plans and Designs, all of the tracks are heavily indebted to the softer side of the '70s rare-groove triumvirate: disco, Latin, and jazz-funk. Vocalists like Zeke Manyika (on three tracks) and Vanessa Freeman (on one) make for a more varied ride, and the grooves are deep and plentiful. The result is a very well-done coffee-table album, but again Faze Action never aspires to the heights of a listening experience that's actually diverting.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The British dance music duo Faze Action consists of brothers Simon and Robin Lee. They grew up in Amersham, where Robin taught himself to play bass; he later studied music at Goldsmith College. Also interested in music, Simon began producing. Robin took a job as an English teacher in Osaka, Japan, and the two sent tapes back and forth to each other. As Faze Action, they released their debut single, "Original Disco Motion," in 1995, followed by "In The Trees" in 1996. 1997 saw the release of their...
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