Neon Jungle - Welcome to the Jungle  [Album]
RCA Records Label / CD
FLAC / Lossless / PERFECT
MP3 / V0 (VBR) / C4
For over six months Neon Jungle have been putting together the rainbow-striped, kaleidoscopic, multi-faceted pop of their debut album. "Trouble" was their opening shot, a two and a half minute flash of bratty pop delirium. They all had a great feeling about second single "Braveheart" (nothing to do with Mel Gibson, everything to do with showing out under a mirrorball, rhythm bending you out of shape). So great, in fact, that they simply willed it to success. Pop magicians can do these tricks. ‘The magic belief fairy dust was sprinkled over that song from the first time we heard it,' says Asami. ‘We all believed in it so much,' says Jess, ‘that there was no option for it not to be massive'.
There is method to the Neon Jungle madness, process to their compulsion to do pop in a disordered way. ‘"Trouble" is getting ready to go out,' says Shereen. ‘"Braveheart" is the one you'll hear in the middle of a club, where all the dancefloor comes together.'
The four girls from Neon Jungle are Generation B(eyonce), most of them not even into double figures when "Crazy in Love" busted the shape of pop her way. Neon Jungle are used to girls ruling things, being gritty as well as pretty. That's just the way it is.
1. Braveheart (03:44)
2. Welcome to the Jungle (03:34)
3. Trouble (02:32)
4. Louder (03:24)
5. Can't Stop the Love (feat. Snob Scrilla) (03:42)
6. Bad Man (03:29)
7. Sleepless in London (03:14)
8. Waiting Game (Banks Cover) (03:03)
9. So Alive (03:14)
10. Fool Me (03:13)