Dirty Vegas' The Trip is a fairly enjoyable set of the . electronica trio's fave tracks, continuously mixed and mindful of the mainstream. While Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two" and Run-D. s "Walk This Way" are definitely two of the world's most overplayed party tracks, they're also two of its best, and form a fine and funky opening salvo for Trip. Luckily, Dirty Vegas focuses more on song selection than bold mixing. This Trip's track highlights include the sensuous acoustics of Paul Weller's "Wild Wood" (accentuated by "Let's Get It On" right before it) and Hall & Oates' deceptively dark "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do. Best is 4hero's 2001 single "Les Fleur.
Dirty Vegas – The Trip. Label: Family Recordings (3) – 981 288-4. Series: The Trip –. Format: CD, Compilation, Mixed. Steppin' Out (Album Version). DJ Mix – Dirty Vegas. A musical journey mixed and produced by Dirty Vegas".
The Trip: Dirty Vegas" - Various Artists. Full Track Listing: It Takes Two – Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock. Walk This Way – Run . New Sensation – INXS. You Get What You Give – The New Radicals. I Can’t Go For that (No Can Do) – Hall and Oates. I’m Gonna Love You – Jestofunk. Slave to the Rhythm – Grace Jones. Sowing the Seeds of Love – Tears for Fears. Dirty Vegas, the group responsible for the mix heard here is a British house music band who formed in 2001, and have released a number of albums, and have been very active at remixing other artists work. Related Promotional Videos.
Dirty Vegas' The Trip is the first in the series. Upon a glance at the track listing will confirm that the acclaimed dance trio has followed the instructions to the letter, and then some. Brilliantly crafted, the album provides the listeners with "timeless references to unforgettable memories" a must-have in anyone's music collection. I am a huge fan of Dirty Vegas, but by far, this is not their best effort. In fact, it took no effort on their part at all. They put a couple of songs from the 80's and 90's and compiled them on one CD.
Dirty Vegas are an English house music group initially made up of Ben Harris and Paul Harris (no relation) on instruments and production and Steve Smith on vocals. The group formed in 2001, then broke up in 2005 before reforming in December 2008 to record new material. They are best known for their international hit single "Days Go By", which gained mainstream popularity in a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse television commercial, and for remixing songs created by other artists.
The Trip: Dirty Vegas. You Get What You Give. 0. 5. I Can't Go for That (No Can Do). 7. Slave To The Rhythm. 3. 8. Sowing the Seeds of Love.
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Dirty Vegas is the self-titled debut album by British house music trio Dirty Vegas, released in the United States on 4 June 2002 (see 2002 in music). The album was successful in the United States, debuting at number 7 on the Billboard 200. It would spend 19 weeks on the chart and eventually going Gold. The album also spent 16 non consecutive weeks at number-one on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The group released "Days Go By," and the song's striking video was seen by an executive who worked for Mitsubishi Motors. He tracked the group down and got permission to feature the song in an ad for the company. Following the song's licensing, the group returned to the studio to record more songs for a full-length album.
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|1||–Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock||It Takes Two|
|2||–Run-DMC||Walk This Way|
|4||–New Radicals||You Get What You Give (Album Version)|
|5||–Daryl Hall & John Oates||I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) (Album Version)|
|6||–Jestofunk||I'm Gonna Love You|
|7||–Grace Jones||Slave To The Rhythm|
|8||–Tears For Fears||Sowing The Seeds Of Love|
|9||–Ian Brown||F.E.A.R. (Album Version)|
|10||–4 Hero||Les Fleur (Radio Edit)|
|11||–U2||Even Better Than The Real Thing (The Perfecto Mix)
Remix – Paul Oakenfold & Steve Osborne
|12||–Arlo Guthrie||Coming Into Los Angeles|
|13||–Ottmar Liebert||Deep In Your Heart|
|14||–Marvin Gaye||Let's Get It On (Album Version)|
|15||–Paul Weller||Wild Wood|
|16||–William Pitt||City Lights|
|17||–Joe Jackson||Steppin' Out (Album Version)|
- DJ Mix – Dirty Vegas
Notes"A musical journey mixed and produced by Dirty Vegas".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602498128848
|981 288-5||Dirty Vegas||The Trip (3xLP, Comp)||Family Recordings||981 288-5||UK||2003|
|none||Dirty Vegas||The Trip (CDr, Comp, Mixed, Promo)||Not On Label||none||UK||2003|