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Kraak & Smaak - The Remix Sessions


Download links and information about Kraak & Smaak - The Remix Sessions by Kraak & Smaak. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Funk, Bop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:32:21 minutes.

Artist: Kraak & Smaak
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Funk, Bop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:32:21
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No. Title Length
1. Man of Constant Sorrow (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Skeewiff) 4:53
2. Do You Dream (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Ikon) 5:09
3. Medicine (Kraak & Smaak Remix) [First Aid for the Dancefloor Remix] (featuring Mark Rae) 5:33
4. Come Over Here (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Sarah Bettens) 3:08
5. Love Is My Religion (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Karl Moestl) 5:55
6. The Mating Game (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Bitter Sweet) 7:47
7. Can't Get Enough (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Mimezine) 3:39
8. Boogie No More (Kraak & Smaak's Boogie Angst Remix) (featuring Madrid De Los Austrias, Dorfmeister) 5:56
9. She's Gone (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Resin Dogs) 5:00
10. Everything Is Plastic (Kraak & Smaak Remix) 8:22
11. Devil Inside (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Max Sedgley) 5:56
12. The Dove (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Ikon) 8:37
13. All Good (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Zeroleen) 6:52
14. Seven Days In Sunny June (Kraak & Smaak Remix) (featuring Jamiroquai) 7:25
15. No Sun In the Sky (Noogman Remix) 8:09



Kraak en Smaak sounds like a duo, but they're actually a trio consisting of Dutch producers and remix artists Mark Kneppers, Oscar De Jong and Wim Plug — a group that has released only one full album on its own yet has done enough remix work in the meantime to fully justify this two-disc collection, which consists largely of vinyl-only rarities. The 19 tracks offer a nice cross-section of names both famous (Jamiroquai, Fort Knox Five) and relatively obscure (Zeroleen, Resin Dogs), and the flavor that Kraak en Smaak bring to these tracks is remarkably consistent: funky but rather restrained, perfect for a long drive on a warm summer evening. They steer clear of both wild dubwise extravagance and bludgeoning Big Beat bombast, instead turning every track into a pleasant (but sonically interesting) confection that invites dancing rather than insisting on it. Highlight tracks include the calypso-flavored "Love Is My Religion" by Karl Moestl, IKON's party-ready "Do You Dream," and a creepily fun version of the beloved bluegrass song "Man of Constant Sorrow" by Skeewiff. Less successful are the rather tedious "Everything Is Plastic," a Kraak en Smaak original, and Jamiroquai's house-derived "Electric Mistress." Highly recommended overall.