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Jamiroquai - 25 Tracks mp3 download

Jamiroquai - 25 Tracks mp3 download Performer: Jamiroquai
Album: 25 Tracks
Released: 2005
Style: Acid Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Funk, Disco
Size MP3: 1949 mb.
Size FLAC: 1895 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 390

Jamiroquai have sold more than 26 million albums worldwide as of 2017. Their third album Travelling Without Moving (1996), received a Guinness World Record for the best-selling funk album in history. The group has won an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors, as well as one Grammy Award, two MTV Video Music Awards and two Billboard Music Awards. number 4 in the Oricon album charts

Jamiroquai even had to get a bigger trophy cabinet, mostly for the Jonathan Glazer-directed 'Virtual Insanity', earning four MTV Video Awards (including Best Video and Best Breakthrough video), a MOBO Award for Best Album, and the Grammy award for Best Pop Group or Duo. It was a bona-fide global hit strutting proudly into 12 million record collections, So, three albums in and the band haven't missed a beat.

Jamiroquai: Are an English funk and acid jazz band from London, formed in 1992. Fronted by singer-songwriter Jay Kay, the band is best known for the song "Canned Heat", featured in Napoleon Dynamite, and for the iconic music video for the 1996 single "Virtual Insanity" which was named Video of the Year at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards

To enter, show us your favourite hat (below this post!), use ONLY Jamiroquai lyrics in your copy & include the hashtag ! Deadline: Monday July 8th at 6pmGMT, must be 18+ over. Tickets are for general entry only, good luck!

Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jamiroquai. Jamiroquai is a funk/acid jazz band which formed in London, England, United Kingdom in 1992. The band currently consists of Jason Luis 'Jay Kay' Cheetham (vocals), Matt Johnson (keyboards), Rob Harris (guitar), Paul Turner (bass), Derrick McKenzie (drums), Sola Akingbola (percussion), Lorraine McIntosh (backing vocals) and Hazel Fernandez (backing vocals). The name "Jamiroquai" is derived from the Native American Iroquois tribe, with which Kay has said he identifies philosophically, combined with 'Jam', as in musical jamming.

Is Travelling Without Moving the best album by Jamiroquai? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Travelling Without Moving track list. 1. Virtual Insanity.

Automaton is Jamiroquai's eighth studio album and their first piece of new music in seven years. Founded in 1992 by front man Jay Kay, the pioneers of "future funk" have taken the world by storm, establishing themselves as one of the most successful popular acts on the planet.


1 When You Gonna Learn
2 Too Young To Die
3 Emergency On Planet Earth
4 Blow Your Mind
5 Space Cowboy
6 Virtual Insanity
7 Cosmic Girl
8 Alright
9 Little L
10 You Give Me Something
11 Love Foolosophy
12 Deeper Underground
13 Canned Heat
14 Don't Give Hate A Chance
15 Feels Just Like It Should
16 Seven Days In Sunny June
Full Version
17 When You Gonna Learn
18 Seven Days In Sunny June
19 Emergency On Planet Earth
20 Cosmic Girl
21 Space Cowboy
22 Don't Give Hate A Chance
23 Virtual Insanity
24 Canned Heat
25 Feels Just Like It Should


Promo-only release issued for licensing of tracks for TV commercials, feature films, TV broadcast and PC Games.

Track 14 is misspelled as "Don't Give Hat Chance". Correct title shown.

Issued in a pvc sleeve with a inkjet insert containing company contacts. Track duration is not present on release.

"For Promotional Use Only / Not For Sale"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CDR UG 80E
  • Matrix / Runout (mould stamp): 1GE21552232305
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ED62
I give this 3 stars for the Snippets, but I would give 2 stars for the actual song selection and compilation as a product.The "Snippets" were nicely produced, but the "Full Version" tracks seem to have been taken right off of previously released CDs (because of the subtle overlap that appears from partially mixed albums), instead of using the "Single" versions that are properly edited.