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Mexican Sessions Our Simple Sensational Sound


Download links and information about Mexican Sessions Our Simple Sensational Sound by Up, Bustle & Out. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Jazz, Dancefloor, Latin, Dance Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:11:57 minutes.

Artist: Up, Bustle & Out
Release date: 2007
Genre: Breakbeat , Jazz, Dancefloor, Latin, Dance Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:11:57
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No. Title Length
1. Day At the Bookies (UB&O Mix) 4:02
2. All Out King (featuring Romanowskiy) 5:23
3. Mi Chat Latin (featuring DJ Mexican) 3:20
4. Genio del Dub (Control Machete Remix By UB&O) 5:36
5. Corazon de Leon (Subrok Mission Remix) 3:30
6. Chicharras Night (Chico Sonido Remix) 4:43
7. Bristol Brooklyn Bridge (featuring Blanquito Man & Fragment Crew 6:07
8. Mundo Insolito (Toy Selectah / Control Machete Remix) 5:12
9. Cumbion Mountain (Cico Sonido & Toy Selecta) 4:06
10. Lyrica Volcanica (Dub Mix) 3:20
11. Tinto Tintero 5:20
12. Mi Altar Voy a Armar 4:26
13. Nina (Air Remix) 3:34
14. Corazon de Leon (Kabanjak Remix) 4:05
15. Day At the Bookies (Romanowski Remix) 3:23
16. Guitar Ahoy (featuring Cuffy el Guapo Flamenco Guitar) 5:50



It's very tempting to go out on a limb and say that during the mid-2000s Up, Bustle and Out are the most exciting dance music collective releasing music in any genre. No matter what genre or style they experiment with, they manage simultaneously to do honor to its traditions while also creating music that is undeniably their own. For their eighth album, they traveled to Monterrey, Mexico, and collaborated with the Control Machete hip-hop crew; the result is some kind of deliriously funky cumbia-hip-hop-reggae-dub fusion that simmers and bubbles with a constantly changing but consistently brilliant heat. Turntablism, dubwise sound effects, Latin percussion, rap en español, and Jamaican toasting are all woven through the fabric of this wonderful album, and there is literally not a single boring or even underwhelming track. Particular highlights include the turntable-fueled dancehall strut of "Mi Chat Latin," the smoky Spanish dub-hop flavor of "Genio del Dub," the swaying minimalist funk of "Tinto Tintero," and Kabanjak's Latin-reggae remix of "Corazón del León." It simply doesn't get much better than this.