Genre: Funk
Label: Sony
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Jamiroquai Dynamite 2LP


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Sixth Studio Album Reissued on Double LP!

Jamiroquai's sixth studio album in a gatefold jacket featuring silver foil elements. Originally released June 2005 in the UK and worldwide, excluding Australia and USA which followed in July and September, respectively.

Similar to 2001's dazzlingly slick Funk Odyssey, Dynamite reveals Kay as a dancefloor eclectic, inclined to grab as much from Chic and Parliament as Kajagoogoo, the Police, and Terry Callier. Keeping to this grab bag aesthetic, Kay makes the most of his experimentation with some 'vocal bass synthetics' on the hard funk title track. Also engaging is the melancholy soul-folk of 'Seven Days in Sunny June' and the similarly quiet storm-ready ballad 'Talullah.' On the funky side of things, 'Starchild' finds Kay proclaiming the coming of a disco superman while 'Time Won't Wait' is an infectious Off the Wall-era Michael Jackson boogie fest with Kay urging people to make their dreams come true over a bed of pulsating disco beats. The Jamiroquai faithful would accept nothing less.
-Matt Collar, AllMusic, 4/5


  • Double LP
  • 140g Vinyl
  • Black Vinyl
  • Gatefold Jacket with Silver Foil Elements


Side A:

  1. Feels Just Like It Should
  2. Dynamite
  3. Seven Days in Sunny June
  4. Electric Mistress

Side B:

  1. Starchild
  2. Loveblind
  3. Talullah

Side C:

  1. (Don't) Give Hate a Chance
  2. World That He Wants

Side D:

  1. Black Devil Car
  2. Hot Tequila Brown
  3. Time Won't Wait

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