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Groove Armada

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Groove Armada  I See You Baby   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Hands of Time   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  At the River   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  My Friend   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  If Everybody Looked the Same   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Superstylin'   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Love Sweet Sound (feat. Candi Staton)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  I Won't Kneel (feat. SaintSaviour)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Purple Haze   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Easy   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  History (feat. Will Young)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Get Down (feat. Stush)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  But I Feel Good   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Inside My Mind (Blue Skies)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Groove Is On   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Chicago   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Lovebox   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Suntoucher   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Shameless (feat. Bryan Ferry)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Remember   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Fogma   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Your Song   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Little By Little   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Madder   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Think Twice   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Paper Romance (feat. Fenech Soler & Jess Larrabee)   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Whatever, Whenever   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  A Private Interlude   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Whatever, Whenever   buy on itunes
Groove Armada  Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control) [feat. Mutya Buena]   buy on itunes

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With four straight albums in the U.K. Top 10 and Elton John behind them (he took the duo on tour soon after [i]Vertigo[/i] dropped), Groove Armada's been something of an anomaly in the expansive realm of electronica music. Mostly because they've refused to stick to one or even three subgenres within the span of each platter — one minute they're readying "I See You Baby" for a big-beat remix by the likes of Fatboy Slim, and the next they're wading through the underground with spy groove samples and the backpack-rap icon Jeru the Damaja ("Suntoucher"). Did we mention that Richie Havens — the Greenwich Village folkie who opened Woodstock and played the same coffee shops as Bob Dylan and Joan Baez — also turns up on "Little by Little" and "Hands of Time?" Yes, they're [i]that[/i] unpredictable.
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