Jamiroquai’s ‘Synkronized’ is their fourth studio album produced by Al Stone & frontman Jason Kay and released on June 8, 1999 y Sony Soho Square.
Track Listing : 1.Canned Heat (Jay Kay) – 05:31 . 2.Planet Home (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 04:44 . 3.Black Capricorn Day (Jay Kay) – 05:41 . 4.Soul Education (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 04:15 . 5.Falling (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 03:45 . 6.Destitute Illusions (Jay Kay, Toby Smith, Derrick Mckenzie) – 05:40 . 7.Supersonic (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 05:15 . 8.Butterfly (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 04:28 . 9.Where Do We Go From Here? (Jay Kay) – 05:13 . 10.King For A Day (Jay Kay, Toby Smith) – 03:40
Musicians : Jamiroquai – Vocals . Solá Akingbolá – Percussion . Wallis Buchanan – Didjeridu . Derrick Mckenzie – Drums . Nick Fyffe – Bass . Simon Katz – Guitar . Toby Smith – Keyboards . Katie Kissoon – Vocals (Background) . Beverley Skeete – Vocals (Background) . Dj Zire – Turntables
Production : Produced By Al Stone, Jason Kay . Mike Marsh – Mastering . Al Stone – Engineer, Mixing . Paul Stoney – Assistant Engineer
Package : David Malone – Concept . Midori Tsukagoshi – Photography
Recorded 1998 – 1999.
Released On June 8, 1999 By Sony Soho Square.
I was not as detailed in this review as I usually am, but I didn’t see that much point, because Synkronized is more or less a pop albumand the same sound is in quite a lot of the songs. […]
till, the album’s re-creations of pop past are as absurdly pointless as they sound. Synkronized is a hat trick done with the sharpest chapeau in the store, but it’s a trick all the same. […]
Though other tracks show a bit of an electronica update to the affairs, each still spotlights how strong and tight the band is. It may not be a leap ahead in sound, but Synkronized is another solid Jamiroquai record. […]