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|Adrian Harpham||Percussion, Roto Toms|
|Adrian 'A-Dogg' Harpham||Percussion|
|Greg "Frosty" Smith||Engineer|
|Jean Charles DeCastelbajac||Contributor|
|Chromeo||Composer, Audio Production|
|Santiago Marotto||Art Direction|
|Adrien Blanchet||Image Manipulation|
|Jeremie Rozan||Art Direction|
|Coralie Bailleuil||Image Manipulation|
|Charlotte Delarue||Art Direction|
Posted October 1, 2010
After seeing them perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC in October, I bought Chromeo's album two days later. They have a unique funk groove in their songs. It's very influenced by '80s funk groups Zapp, Ready For The World, Cameo, The Time and even Prince. But they stay in 2007 and remain modern without coming off as retro. You feel like you're transported back to 1981, 1984, 1985 and 1986 in several numbers. Bonafide Lover is the standout. Their lyrics have a lot of humor to them, of how they can be a slouch with the girl they're with in a relationship. This was one of the out of left field albums that I listened to in 2007, very creative in their sound.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 2, 2011
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