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Mint Royale - On The Ropes FLAC album


Performer: Mint Royale
Genre: Electronic
Title: On The Ropes
Country: UK
Released: 2002
Style: Big Beat
FLAC version ZIP size: 1747 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1260 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1353 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 715
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On the Ropes is the debut album by British electronica duo Mint Royale, released in 1999 on the Faith & Hope label. In June 2001, a new version of the album was published for the . market by MCA Records, featuring a different cover (with a close-up photo of a pinball machine) and a different track list.

Complete your Mint Royale collection. This album is really refreshing. Beats, horns, keyboards and other synths are very well structured and all of these elements give birth to an enjoyable CD. I am a bit less excited concerning tracks featuring female artists, including "Don't Falter", "Rock And Roll Bar" and "Lonely Girl".

By: Mint Royale (1999, Electronic). More albums from Mint Royale: Dancehall Places by Mint Royale. See You In The Morning by Mint Royale. View all albums . On The Ropes. By: Mint Royale (1999, Electronic). 1. From Rusholme With Love.

Mint Royale was the alias of electronic music producer Neil Claxton and, until 2004, a duo consisting of himself and Chris Baker, originating from Manchester, England. It was founded by Claxton and Baker in 1997. Baker left the band in 2004, but Claxton continued to produce music under the pseudonym "Mint Royale" until 2016. Mint Royale first specialised in remixes, and became known after the release of their mix of "Tequila" by Terrorvision

But here are Mint Royale, spinning off of a trapeze (ooh), putting their heads in the lion's mouth (ahhh), and yes, walking that nefarious tightrope between overjoyed good times and drunken annoyance

Features Song Lyrics for Mint Royale feat. Pos's On the Ropes album. Pos Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Mint Royale Feat.

Is On The Ropes the best album by Mint Royale? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. MINT ROYALE - ON THE ROPES ADVANCE ALBUM-CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1d 8h 35m 46s. Ships to: Worldwide. Mint Royale ‎– On The Ropes (CD) Australia Condition: Like New. Time left: 4d 21h 48m 16s.

Mint Royale is a big beat electronic music act from Manchester, England. It was originally founded by the duo of Neil Claxton and Chris Baker; the latter left the band in 2004, but Claxton continued to produce music using the Mint Royale name. They are widely known for their remixes. Notably "Singin' In The Rain", which made in the UK in 2008 after the song was used by dancer George Sampson on the hit show Britain's Got Talent.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 From Rusholme With Love
2 Don't Falter
Vocals – Lauren Laverne
3 Interlude 1
4 Take It Easy
5 Because I'm Worth It
6 Shake Me (Original)
7 Diagonal Girl
8 Rock And Roll Bar
Vocals – Julia Baker
9 Space Farm
10 Deadbeat
11 Lonely Girl
Vocals – Debbie Newman
12 Interlude 2
13 Shake Me (Vocal Edit)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FHCD011 Mint Royale On The Ropes ‎(CD, Album) Faith & Hope Records Limited FHCD011 UK 1999
ZYX 20567-2 Mint Royale On The Ropes ‎(CD, Album) ZYX Music ZYX 20567-2 Germany 1999
CTX 125CD Mint Royale On The Ropes ‎(CD, Album) Faith & Hope Records Limited, Cortex CTX 125CD Australia 1999
MCAF-25411-2 Mint Royale On The Ropes ‎(CD, Album, Promo) MCA Records MCAF-25411-2 US 2001
088 112 478-2 Mint Royale On The Ropes ‎(CD, Album) MCA Records 088 112 478-2 US 2001

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This album is really refreshing. Beats, horns, keyboards and other synths are very well structured and all of these elements give birth to an enjoyable CD.I am a bit less excited concerning tracks featuring female artists, including "Don't Falter", "Rock And Roll Bar" and "Lonely Girl". I find them a little bit too candy, but it is just my personal point of view. They remain satisfying to listen and they bring a calmer atmosphere which ain't bad at all.On the contrary, both interludes, the original "Shake Me", "Space Farm" and my favorite "Deadbeat" are just way more danceable (and listenable) than most electronic music made in history (especially nowadays, in the 21st century).According to the rhythm pace, "On The Ropes" does not reach Fatboy Slim's touch. But in terms of joy, instrumentation and diversity, it's comparable and maybe even better.A "happy big beat" album with a jazz touch to advise.