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Jealousy - Single


Download links and information about Jealousy - Single by Keoki. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Electronica, Trance, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 2 tracks with total duration of 13:28 minutes.

Artist: Keoki
Release date: 2001
Genre: Electronica, Trance, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 2
Duration: 13:28
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No. Title Length
1. Jealousy (DJ Dara) 6:20
2. Jealousy (DJ Elite's Psychobitch) 7:08



Similar to Keoki's earlier album for Moonshine, Ego Trip (1997), Jealousy features songs written by fellow Moonshine artist Dave Audé yet is marketed as a Keoki album. Much changed in the four-year sabbatical that separates these two albums. Ego Trip dropped around the time electronica was being promoted as the "next big thing" — around the time album artists like Prodigy and the Chemical Brothers were in vogue. However, in 2001 things were different — the hoopla had simmered. Keoki, a self-tagged "superstar DJ" — and an album artist much like the aforementioned artists — had to essentially recreate himself, particularly since much of his audience had outgrown him or forgotten about him. So it's not exactly a surprise to see Keoki doing something as audacious as covering Frankie Goes to Hollywood's infamous "Relax." It's not a particularly inventive version of the song, but it does serve as a revealing way to view this album: throughout Jealousy, Keoki is playing the role of pop/rock star, a sort of David Bowie character for the post-electronica age. Many of these songs feature his vocals, and he does his best to make the music accessible and well-anchored within the already well-established pop/rock tradition. Therefore, if you appreciate pop/rock-style electronica like Prodigy or BT, there's a good chance you'll find something here to savor. Even if it's a departure from his past work, Jealousy does find Keoki moving forward and trying new things, for better or worse. [A bonus disc includes two remixes each of "Pass It On," "Jealousy," and "Relax."]