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Today is the release of the brand new Basement Jaxx album Crazy Itch Radio, their fourth album to date. The saturation house typical of any Basement Jaxx record is as expected: in full blaring brassy glory, sounding equal parts Prince, P-Funk, Soul Train, and London Garage House with plenty of sass thrown in. It's upbeat and fun and what you'd expect from the Jaxx which is alright with me and my boogie shoes. The video, directed by Phil Griffin showcases vocalist Vula not only on a rather aweful first date, but also showing an aweful lot of Vula. Got Milk? Sorry, so crude... Watch the music video (UPDATED qt) or music video (qt - stream).

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