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Album Review

On 100 Degrees and Rising, the pioneering acid house outfit, Incognito, turn in another first-rate record, featuring their trademark mixture of jazz, soul, and funk. There's not much to distinguish 100 Degrees from their previous handful of records, but the band is smooth, accomplished, and deep, finding new variations on their trademark sound.

Customer Reviews

Possibly the best Acid Jazz album ever...

One of Incognito's most stylized works to date, 100 Degrees offers up intelligent tracks that ooze with feeling and panache, and keep the listener interested with high-concept arrangements massaged by some of London's hottest musicians. Songs such as Everyday and Where Did We Go Wrong evoke the UK jet-set sound, whilst tracks such as Jacobs Ladder, Spellbound & Speechless, and Too Far Gone impress with sickeningly-good performances by UK studio masters such as Graham Harvey, Julian Crampton, and the Incognito's leading man, Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick. Lead vocalists Pamela Anderson and Joy Malcom expertly wield their performances to interpret the tracks' stylistic direction. This album acheives a critical mass of superb musicianship, stylistic accuracy, and artisan audio engineering to yield the kind of album not heard but once every so often.

Classic!

I don't buy a lot of cds/albums/songs (iTunes included), but I have owned this disc for years. After seeing the video for "Spellbound and Speechless", I was hooked!. After 30-plus years, Incognito's sound is still on point.

One of my favorite albums..

I love love love Incognito!!! My favorite album then Positivity...

100º and Rising, Incognito
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