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On the Jungle Floor

By: Van Hunt

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1   Intro Buy Buy
2   If I Take You Home (Upon...) Buy Buy
3   Hot Stage Lights Buy Buy
4   Daredevil, baby Buy Buy
5   Ride, Ride, Ride Buy Buy
6   Being A Girl Buy Buy
7   Suspicion (She Knows Me Too Well) Buy Buy
8   Mean Sleep Buy Buy
9   Priest Or Police Buy Buy
10   Character Buy Buy
11   Interlude Buy Buy
12   No Sense Of Crime Buy Buy
13   At The End Of A Slow Dance Buy Buy
14   The Thrill Of This Love Buy Buy
15   Hole In My Heart Buy Buy
16   The Night Is Young Buy Buy

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Album Description

Van Hunt's self titled album was released in the UK to much critical acclaim. Picking up where he left off... he's back with a new album entitled On The Jungle Floor. EMI. 2006.

Product Notes

Here's something you didn't know about Van Hunt: Randy Jackson is his manager. Which says a lot about the "American Idol" judge's prime-time panning of pitchy would-be Stevie Wonders-- mainly, that he knows what he's talking about. If there is still a neo-soul show to be stolen, Van Hunt, for sure, has made off with it: This sophomore effort, with well-spaced nods to Prince, Curtis Mayfield, and the Isley Brothers, is way weightier than anything Maxwell or D'Angelo ever attempted and every bit as stylish… maybe more so. But what's most surprising is the disc's depth. Van Hunt knows his way around a smooth seduction--look no further than track two, "If I Take You Home (Upon ...)," which earns an A in that category--but he also has a little something to contribute to the modern rock conversation (the Kravitz-esque "Ride, Ride, Ride"), and he won't duck associations with disco ("The Thrill of This Love"), either. Even '80s-revivalism, as demonstrated here by "At the End of a Slow Dance," doesn't prove too great a challenge. Tie it all up with a bow (or, this being Van Hunt, maybe an ascot) and you still get a solidly singular vision. That is the magic of Van Hunt and what makes him, in alt-soul circles, the man. --Tammy La Gorce

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