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The Boss Harmony Sessions

Special Potato 11

Released on September 15, 2007

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In a daring act of sonic espionage LA's infamous DJ Boss Harmony has hijacked a recording of an evenings jam session with everybody's favorite NYC living legends The Slackers! Amazingly he found the time to add his sensuous touch to these deep cuts and lucky for you he found someone willing to take the risk of releasing it to the public. Here they are; The Slackers at their newest and their rootsiest.... new sounds,.....retro style, tunes from the songsmiths of the Slackers,.... classics from your all favourite artists : Jonny Cash, Os Mutantes, Hank williams, Three Dog Night ,and Puccini. Presented with a liner notes booklet inspired by Blue Note records. This is destined to be a regular on your rotation. So dont wait on this limited edition pressing as it may not be around long and you dont want to miss out. Now do you!?!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Boss Harmony Speaks  0%
2 Robots  7%
3 Feed My Girl (ska Version) Voted #1  19%
4 Funk Week  1%
5 Mama Told Me  11%
6 Mind Your Own Business  0%
7 El Gato  3%
8 Ska Boheme Voted #3  17%
9 Wanted Man Voted #2  18%
10 Yer Still Blue  3%
11 Minha Menina  6%
12 Lil' Joe  8%
13 Body Double  7%
14 Boss Harmony Says Goodbye  0%
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Jeremy from Freeport, IL 
Mar 11 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is the most boring Slackers CD that I have ever heard. Many of the songs are forgettable, and many of them just drag on and accomplish nothing. There are probably five songs on here worth listening to, and the rest is garbage. I hate to say it because I love this band, but it's not that big of a deal anyway. You could buy any other one of their ten or so CDs and I'd almost guarantee you'd enjoy it more than this one. I stress again: The Slackers are a phenomenal band, but DJ Boss Harmony needs to stick to techno bullshit and you need to buy something other than this CD.

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Derek from Bell Canyon, CA 
Mar 2 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

you can't go wrong with the slackers. this is a pretty cool cd, but i would pick up something else first, almost anything else. well, any of their sold albums. being as this is a caloboration with DJ Boss Harmony. it's cool, but it's not totally slackers. i especially recommend REDLIGHT.

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Greg from Milwaukee, WI 
Feb 2 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm relatively new to The Slackers (started listening to them with Peculiar). And I must say I'm loving them. This CD is great upbeat jazz ska. Its a lot bouncier then there last outing with Peculiar but it's a lot of fun with some great horn work and some catchy tunes. I don't know who Boss Harmony is but he helped The Slackers mix a great disk.

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Matthew from New York City, NY 
Oct 24 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another must buy album from NYC's finest. The Slackers are one of my favorite bands to date, and while I really enjoy their music, this is their weakest full-length release. This does NOT mean this is not a good album; it is better than most attempts at music today. I just think that all the other Slackers albums are nothing short of perfection. This album just seems like it was put out between other projects, a strange compilation of sounds (again not necessarily bad). There are new sounds (Robots), retro goodness (Lil Joe), and fantastic instrumentals (Funk Week, Ska Boheme), but it lacks the few classic tracks normally found on each release. A great listen, just no songs that can be considered favorites. What I'm trying to really say is this: GO BUY ALL SLACKERS ALBUMS RIGHT NOW! just maybe this one after the other 6 full-lengths (Better Late Than Never, Redlight, The Question, Wasted Days, Close My Eyes, Peculiar). Great disc, just sub-par for The Slackers.

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Mike from Hingham, MA 
Oct 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fucking SICK new album by the Slackers right here. Everything that you've grown to love about the Slackers is on here. There are a few re-workings of old songs, a couple of new originals, and a couple of really fun covers to.

If you're already a big fan of the Slackers you should already know that you need this. But if you're just getting into them this is a really good album to start out with to. Really good. I highly recommend this.

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