Chromeo - Fancy Footwork AlbumPerformer: Chromeo
Title: Fancy Footwork
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Label: Back Yard Recordings
Size MP3 version: 2319 mb
Size FLAC version: 2929 mb
Size WMA version: 2260 mb
Genre: Electronic / Soul & Funk
Chromeo - Fancy Footwork Album
|1||Fancy Footwork (Kissy Sell Out's Six Different Ways)|
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Kissy Sell Out
|2||Fancy Footwork (Album Version)|
|3||Fancy Footwork (Crookers Remix)|
Remix – CrookersRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional Production] – Phra & Bot
|TURBO-038||Chromeo||Fancy Footwork Remixes (12")||Turbo||TURBO-038||Canada||2007|
|none||Chromeo||Fancy Footwork - New Remixes (CDr, Promo)||Not On Label (Chromeo)||none||UK||2008|
|none||Chromeo||Fancy Footwork - EP (CDr, Promo)||Turbo||none||UK||2007|
|TURBO-038||Chromeo||Fancy Footwork Remixes (8xFile, MP3, 320)||Turbo||TURBO-038||Canada||2007|
|BACK 21DJX3||Chromeo||Fancy Footwork (12")||Back Yard Recordings||BACK 21DJX3||UK||2008|
- Mastered By – Chris Potter
- Mixed By – Philippe Zdar
- Mixed By [Philippe Zdar Assisted By] – Sebastien Gerbi
- Written-By, Producer, Vocals, Instruments – Chromeo
(Macklovitch Muzik (SOCAN/BMI), Ya Habibi Music (SOCAN/BMI)).
Mixed at Studios Plus XXX, Paris.
Mastered at Alchemy Soho.
A Remix and additional production for Harmony Management www.myspace.com/kissysellout.
B1 Remix and additional production by Phra & Bot aka Crookers.
- Mixed At – Studio Plus XXX
- Mastered At – Alchemy Soho
- Produced For – Harmony Management
- Published By – Macklovitch Muzik
- Published By – Ya Habibi Music
Fancy Footwork. Текст песни: Two step, two step, two step Two step, two step, two step Bright lights, keep it straight Feels like looking at a Footwork is the second studio album by Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo, released on May 8, 2007 by Turbo Recordings and Last Gang Records. The album spawned three singles: Fancy Footwork, Tenderoni, and Bonafied Lovin. In the United States, Fancy Footwork reached number eleven on the Top Electronic Albums chart and number twenty-five on the Top Heatseekers chart. Back with a slicker set of moves and immaculately groomed hooks, on Fancy Footwork Chromeo are in even more control of their sound than they were on She's in Control. The duo's debut was undeniably fun, but it was such a slave to the rhythm that, at times, it was numbing on this album, Chromeo take their electro textures and funky beats in a very pop direction, topping them with memorable melodies and witty lyrics. Their second album is a musical Groundhog Day, with our heroes endlessly reliving that awesome afternoon in 1988 when they discovered Hall & Oates and stole their first kiss. But this is serious funny business: The sax solo on 100 is epic, and the synth that anchors the title track is massive, making for a record that's as funky as it is playful and goofy. Chromeo - Fancy Footwork 2007. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Chromeo - Fancy Footwork 2007. Chromeo - Intro. Chromeo - Tenderoni. Chromeo - Fancy Footwork. Chromeo - Bonafied Lovin' tough Guys. Chromeo - My Girl Is Calling Me a Liar. Chromeo - Outta Sight. Released May 8, 2007. Fancy Footwork Tracklist. Intro the video for Fancy Footwork from Chromeo's Fancy Footwork for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Chromeo is an electrofunk duo based in Montreal, Canada and New York City. They are P-Thugg Patrick Gemayel on keyboards, synthesizers and talk box, and Dave 1 David Macklovitch on guitar and lead vocals. The two were best friends since childhood and officially formed the band in 2002. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and a song's called Fancy Footwork, it's going to be about fancy footwork. Cocksmen they may be, but it's a thing they've got to talk themselves into. Faux-ballad Momma's Boy is a mashed-out keyboard confessional about a romance between a girl in love with her dad and a boy equally in love with his mom. Better that than the cynical grab at pop star detachment that is Tenderoni, Fancy Footwork's first single and far and away worst song