12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A reference to a smokable ayahuasca, Changa taps into the most potent elements of dance and pop music. Among the tools in their arsenal: popping bass (“Save Disco”), atmospheric breaks, hopped-up choruses, early-‘90s rave touchstones (“Nothing in the World,” “Control Your Body”). “Into the Sky” shows the Sydney trio’s ability to break out from dance and entertain U2-level altitudes and ambitions, while “Chameleon” and “Go Bang” push the tempo with slinky attitude.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A reference to a smokable ayahuasca, Changa taps into the most potent elements of dance and pop music. Among the tools in their arsenal: popping bass (“Save Disco”), atmospheric breaks, hopped-up choruses, early-‘90s rave touchstones (“Nothing in the World,” “Control Your Body”). “Into the Sky” shows the Sydney trio’s ability to break out from dance and entertain U2-level altitudes and ambitions, while “Chameleon” and “Go Bang” push the tempo with slinky attitude.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
19 Ratings
19 Ratings
xeldomx2 ,

Wow

Sad this stuff never gets any radio play in the US....

shyguy75 ,

Deserves more than 5 stars

I’m addicted to this album. Not one bad song. Best tracks chameleon, go bang, changa, to the sky, nothing in the world...hell all of them. The inclusion of the changes remix from a few years back was also a pleasant surprise. I really wish they were more popular in the US.

istashrub ,

Brilliant

Brilliant Aussie act and Kira is really Devine

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