is the fifth Push the Button studio album by English electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers, first released in January 2005.
The album received mostly positive reviews from
It won the
Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album in January 2006. It was certified gold by the BPI on 28 January 2005.
Reception [ edit ]
BBC Music said of the album "The Chemical Brothers return with their rebel rockin' fifth studio album that blows all stylistic boundaries down in the process. " Lead single "  Galvanize", with Q-Tip on lead vocals, peaked at #3 in the UK Singles Chart. " The Boxer" also charted in the UK singles charts, in addition to " Believe".
Complex called it a "remotely forgettable project."
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written and composed by
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, except where noted.
Singles [ edit ]
Galvanize" was the first single from the album, released in November 2004. It peaked at number 3 spot in UK Singles Chart. " Believe" was the second single from the album, released in May 2005. It peaked at number 18. " The Boxer" was the third single from the album, released in early July 2005. It peaked at number 41.
was released as a digital EP promoting the album on 29 November 2005. It was recorded live from their 2005 tour. Live 05 
Usage in media [ edit ]
Track No. 1, "Galvanize", has been featured on
aired 23 December 2006. A remix, produced by All Star Family Fortunes Scratch Perverts, was included in the game DJ Hero 2. It was also used in in 2012 Need for Speed: Most Wanted Track No. 2 and 3, "The Boxer" and "Believe", respectively, were used in the world's first theater performance of
in Requiem for a Dream Kristiansand, Norway 2007. Track No. 5, "Come Inside", is featured in game
. Forza Motorsport 2 Track No. 6, "The Big Jump", was featured on the soundtracks of the video games
and Burnout Revenge . Project Gotham Racing 3 Track No. 9, "Shake Break Bounce" was used in
BBC Three comedy in the episode "Ken on E". 4 time Commonwealth gold medalist, Cuckoo Claudia Fragapane also used Shake Break Bounce as her floor exercise music during 2013 and 2014. It was also used as the background music to the Ford S-Max TV advert, shown in the UK in August–September 2006 Track No. 10 "Marvo Ging", featured in Season two of
, in the episode The O.C. The Risky Business. It is also used on Channel 4, E4 and More4 in the United Kingdom to advertise Film4, and in the final episode of . Time Trumpet Track No. 11, "Surface to Air", was featured on
Sky Sports News as its title music and in Anna Faris's 2007 comedy film . Smiley Face
Release [ edit ]
Personnel [ edit ]
The Chemical Brothers [ edit ]
Tom Rowlands - keyboards, synths, samples, programming
Ed Simons - keyboards, bass, guitar, engineering
Damon Reece - drums, percussion
Vocalists & rappers [ edit ]
Technical crew [ edit ]
Steve Dub – engineer
Ben Thackery - assisting engineer
Kam Tang - artwork
Mike Marsh - mastering
References [ edit ]