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4.7 out of 5
47 Ratings
47 Ratings
Kuta Kretek ,

They're good. They were great once.

Jay Kay used to write realtively complex, catchy songs before he was content to churn out base level pseudo-funk that "any fool could remix" (his words, not mine). Yeah, the new stuff has great hooks & is fun to hear on a dance floor but the quality isn't there. Return of the Space Cowboy is possibly the best of the Jamiroquai work. It's still fresh & exciting like Emergency on Planet Earth, without the cloying social responsibility.

getfin321 ,

Genius!!

Possibly the best Jamiroquai album! This one is very unexpected and takes you for quite a ride. Every track is something fresh and new. Amazing!

BigDhone ,

Great Album from a Great Band

This Album starts with one of my favorite songs of all time (title track) and just continues to astound with it's mix of 70's soul, jazz, techno & funk. Probably their best album but you could argue Traveling w/out Moving. Standouts are Manifest Destiny, Light Years, Stillnes in Time & Morning Glory. Underated band not credited for their influence on artists such as Maroon 5, N.E.R.D (Pharell) and other hip-hop artists.

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