Jungle is the debut studio album by London-based modern musical collective Jungle. It was released on 14 July 2014 through XL Recordings. In September 2014, the album was shortlisted for the 2014 Mercury Prize. Platoon" and "The Heat" were digitally released as the lead singles promoting the album on 16 December 2013
Welcome to the Jungle (Neon Jungle album). Welcome to the Jungle is the debut and only studio album by British girl group Neon Jungle, released on 28 July 2014 by RCA Records.
indie/neo-funk act Jungle 's self-titled debut album was one of highly calculated mystery. The band came out of the ether first in the form of several videos featuring mostly dancers but no bandmembers. Stills from these videos were subsequently used as press photos and the membership of the band was kept almost entirely anonymous.
Artist: Jungle Album: Jungle Genre: Neo-soul, Funk, Disco Label: XL Recordings Released: 2014 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: The Heat (03:16). Lucky I Got What I Want (04:16). Lemonade Lake (04:19). In the summer of 2013, an anonymous UK production duo only known by the initials of J and T released a 7" under the name of Jungle. From this side of the Atlantic, there was a bit of an eye roll: anonymous Brits who are taken with the sound of pirate radio jungle rendered back when they were just weens?
Throughout their first album, they favor the bantamweight soul reminiscent of early '80s British acts like Imagination, Fun Boy Three, I-Level and Fine Young Cannibals, to name but a few. But it’s the group’s sense of simple, dance-focused visuals that have attained a certain level of buzz. Peel back those effective visuals and their sonic palette is rather confectionary: pliant bass, simple 4/4 beats, spindling guitar. Digested as individual singles rather than as an entire album in one sitting, Jungle fares far better.
Law of the Jungle is a compilation album of various early jungle music tracks by various artists, released in 1994 in the United States on Moonshine Music. Moonshine conceived the album as a primer for jungle music for American shores, using music from British jungle label SOUR Records, and as a spin-off to their fast tempo techno compilation series Speed Limit 140 BPM+
Jungle have always felt like an LA band. On their debut album, the London duo crafted an intoxicating brand of throwback pop-funk best suited for cruising through the San Fernando Valley, or roller-blading down by Venice Beach. They dreamed far bigger than the London bedroom in which they recorded their self-titled debut album. Second album ‘For Ever’ sees them embrace the West Coast’s glitz and glamour, as well as The City Of Angels’ crushing pitfalls. After their debut album’s release in 2014, Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland had the world at their feet.
|10||Son Of A Gun||3:29|
|11||Lucky I Got What I Want||4:17|
- Mastered At – Black Saloon Studios
- Mastered By – Mandy Parnell
- Mixed By – David Wrench
- Written-By, Performer, Producer – Jungle
NotesTracks 13 & 14 are bonus tracks for the Japanese release only.
|XLCD647X||Jungle||Jungle (CD, Album)||XL Recordings||XLCD647X||UK & US||2014|
|XLCD647X||Jungle||Jungle (CD, Album)||Soyuz Music, XL Recordings||XLCD647X||Russia||2014|
|XLLP647||Jungle||Jungle (LP, Album, 180)||XL Recordings||XLLP647||UK||2014|
|XLLP647||Jungle||Jungle (LP, Album, Ltd, Scr)||XL Recordings||XLLP647||UK||2014|
|HN1179CD||Jungle||Jungle (CD, Album)||High Note Records||HN1179CD||Taiwan||2014|