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Fever in Fever Out by Luscious Jackson Cd

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Item details

Condition
Like New
Style
Children's Rock
Duration
Album
Release Year
1996
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Artist
Luscious Jackson
Format
Audio CD
Number of Discs
1
UPC
724383553426
ASIN
B01K8NU0A8
binding
Audio CD
manufacturer
Grand Royal / Capitol / EMI
Part Number
3584390
Record Label
Capitol

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Fever in Fever Out by Luscious Jackson Cd

cd37-00000015-vg

All used  disks are professionally refurbished and test played before shipping and will play  well in most machines.
Disc's are also repackaged (labeled refurbisheds

It's a leap forward, a document of growing self-awareness, and it actually contains the word "narc." The rare Daniel Lanois production collaboration that doesn't smother his clients in gauze, Fever In Fever Out finds Luscious Jackson peaking in their attempt to meld funk, French film music, lite rock, and Latin influences into a languid whole that achieves real force and sexiness. The radio hit "Naked Eye," with its warm-blanket vocal hooks, is best, but the Jacksons, particularly singer-multi-instrumentalist Jill Cunniff, explode little grabbers all over these 14 songs. And most of the time, the occasional hyperearnest lyric works for, not against, the group. (Cunniff's "Why Do I Lie?" is a close call, but its blatant lift of Earth, Wind and Fire's "Fantasy" melody smartly diverts the ear.

1
Naked Eye
4:40    
2
Don't Look Back
3:11    
3
Door
0:06        
 4
Mood Swing
3:21
5
Under Your Skin
3:57        
6
Electric
3:10        
7
Take A Ride
6:47
8
Water Your Garden
4:24    
9
Soothe Yourself
4:14    
10
Why Do I Lie?
3:19    
11
One Thing
3:04        
12
Parade
0:11        
13
Faith
3:05    
14
Stardust