Chemical Brothers
Push the Button =2LP=

  2 x LP   Standard   33⅓rpm   

2005 EU repressing on standard 2LP- this 2005 issue including the single 'Galvanise' and featuring collaborations with Tim Burgess, Q-Tip and Kele Okereke of Bloc Party,

A1 Galvanize
A2 The Boxer Vocals – Tim Burgess


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Release date: 24-11-2016(originally released in 2005)

20016 EU repessing on standard 2LP-   including the single 'Galvanise' and featuring collaborations with Tim Burgess, Q-Tip and Kele Okereke of Bloc Party,

A1 Galvanize
A2 The Boxer Vocals – Tim Burgess
B1 Believe Vocals – Kele Okereke
B2 Hold Tight London Drums [Additional] – Jon Brookes Vocals – Anna-Lynne Williams
B3 Come Inside
C1 The Big Jump
C2 Left Right Vocals – Anwar Superstar
C3 Close Your Eyes Vocals – The Magic Numbers
D1 Shake Break Bounce
D2 Marvo Ging
D3 Surface To Air

Having marked their 10th anniversary at the top of British dance music with a greatest hits collection, it would be easy to write the Chemical Brothers off in a genre that requires a certain freshness. However, Push the Button is a spectacular jump back to the top of their game, intensified by the rise of dance music in 2005. First single and opening track, Galvanize, features Q-tip on vocals. It's a little more downtempo than the brothers of late as they got wrapped up in a need to produce a dancefloor killer to match the heady days of Hey Boy, Hey Girl - it's not too different, not too clever, but has enough of the necessary "oomph" to make it an excellent start to the album. In terms of classic sounding tracks, there are Come Inside and The Big Jump, the former a big-beat spectacular and the latter a definite tune to be heard "out", replete with enormous slidey bassline and sticky acid stabs. A standout in a similar vein to Galvanize (although possibly better) is Left Right featuring Anwar Superstar. It's got a bold hip-hop swagger and politically charged lyrics over a chunky riff that wouldn't sound out of place in a seventies TV cop show. There are only two of the customary chillout tracks (think Beth Orton), there's Hold tight London, an upbeat soca-styled song that's okay but not nearly as beautiful as sweeping epic Close Your Eyes featuring the Magic Numbers. Closing Push the Button are two more guitar-based tracks, the country-rocking loop of Marvo Ging and the brilliant mish-mash of styles that is Surface to Air, a sort of rapturous amalgam of the brothers' own Golden Path, the Strokes and festival favourites Dreadzone.

2LP - Double 180 Gram Vinyl.

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): Standard
Speed(33,45): 33
Originally released: 2005
This release: 2016
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