Review: Music For The People return with their eighth release by none other than main edit man, Krakowski, who has already injected a great deal of boogie retouching into the label thanks to his previous EP. "Skabotage" opens things up in true stepper style, bringing in those brass horns and placing them over some Beastie Boys lyrics to mix things up more than ever before! "The Final Skankdown" is more of a lover's rock ting, re-hashing a track that's almost too famous to name, whereas "Dubbing My Religion" adds a roots-style percussion work over yet another pop anthem. Finally, "La Bambska" slows the original "Bamba" down to blissful reggae tones - incredible
Review: With the whole mash-up thing, it's nearly always rock, pop or electro-pop tunes that tend to get spliced together. Here though, we get an interesting twist from Krakowski with familiar songs by the likes of The Doors ("Break On Tru"), Robin Thicke ("Blurred Lines") and The Fugees ("Fu Dollars More") are given a soft reggae lilt for maximum fun.