Brothers Gonna Work It Out (album)

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Brothers Gonna Work It Out
Compilation album by The Chemical Brothers
Released 22 September 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Electronica,[1] trip hop,[1] big beat,[1]
Length 68:59
Label Astralwerks, Virgin, Freestyle Dust
The Chemical Brothers chronology
Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix
(1997)
Brothers Gonna Work It Out
(1998)
Surrender
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic[1] 3/5 stars

Brothers Gonna Work It Out is a compilation album by English big beat duo The Chemical Brothers, containing various artists' work mixed by the duo. It was released on 22 September 1998. The cover features a picture of Our Lady of Fatima church in Harlow (http://goo.gl/maps/N9Yig). The quote "the brother's gonna work it out" comes from a track by Willie Hutch and is also featured in the duo's earlier track "Leave Home".

Track listing[edit]

  1. - 10:53
    1. Willie Hutch – "Brothers Gonna Work It Out"
    2. The Chemical Brothers with Justin Warfield – "Not Another Drugstore (Planet Nine Mix)"
    3. The Chemical Brothers – "Block Rockin' Beats (The Micronauts Mix)"
    4. On the House – "This Ain't Chicago"
    5. The Jimmy Castor Bunch – "It's Just Begun"
  2. - 9:13
    1. Kenny Dope presents The Powerhouse Three – "Makin' a Living"
    2. Badder Than Evil – "Hot Wheels (The Chase)"
    3. Unique Three – "The Theme (Unique Mix)"
    4. Love Corporation – "Gimme Some Love"
  3. - 15:37
    1. The Micronauts – "The Jazz"
    2. The Serotonin Project – "Sidewinder (312 vs 216 Stomp Mix)"
    3. Carlos "After Dark" Berrios – "Doin' It After Dark (D-Ski's Dance)"
    4. Freestyle – "Don't Stop the Rock"
    5. Metro L.A. – "To a Nation Rockin'"
  4. - 14:51
    1. The Chemical Brothers – "Morning Lemon"
    2. Meat Beat Manifesto – "Mars Needs Women"
    3. Renegade Soundwave – "Thunder"
    4. DBX – "Losing Control"
    5. Dubtribe Sound System – "Mother Earth"
  5. - 18:21
    1. Barry De Vorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. – "The Riot"
    2. The Ultraviolet Catastrophe – "Trip Harder"
    3. Manic Street Preachers – "Everything Must Go (Chemical Brothers Remix)"
    4. Spiritualized – "I Think I'm in Love (Chemical Brothers Vocal Remix)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "Brothers Gonna Work It Out - The Chemical Brothers". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 October 2011.