Jamiroquai – Travelling Without Moving (New Vinyl) (25th Anniversary Edition) (Yellow Vinyl)

$42.95

NEW DOUBLE LP

New sealed copy. 2022 remastered reissue on 180 gram yellow coloured vinyl. Remastered by Tim Young at Metropolis Studios, London, England. Housed in a gatefold jacket with full printed inner sleeves with complete lyrics and credits.
Includes also an insert with Notes by Jay Kay in March 2013 and August 2021.

Travelling Without Moving is the third studio album by English funk and acid jazz band Jamiroquai, released on 28 August 1996 in Japan, then on 9 September 1996 in the United Kingdom under Sony Soho Square. Front-man Jay Kay conceived the album to widen the band's universal appeal, revolving around "cars, life and love". Critics have generally praised the album for being more focused and refined than the band's previous work while others panned its lyrics and found the album too derivative. Kay also faced backlash from press for his use of sports cars in this period despite his environmental beliefs.

The album was the band's American breakthrough. It marked the band's first entry in the US Billboard 200 chart at number 24. In the UK, it peaked at number two. Its singles "Virtual Insanity", "Cosmic Girl" and "Alright" entered the top-ten in the UK singles chart. In the US, "Alright" entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number 78, while "Cosmic Girl" and "High Times" were in the top-ten in the Dance Club Songs charts. The music video for "Virtual Insanity" contributed to the album's success. Travelling Without Moving sold over 8 million copies worldwide, holding the Guinness World Records as the best-selling funk album in history.

TRACKLIST:

1A Virtual Insanity
2A Cosmic Girl
3A Use The Force
4A Everyday
1B Alright
2B High Times
3B Drifting Along
4B Didjerama
1C Didjital Vibrations
2C Travelling Without Moving
3C You Are My Love
4C Spend A Lifetime
1D Do You Know Where You're Coming From ?
2D Funktion (Ruff Mix) 
3D Cosmic Girl (Dimitri From Paris Remix Radio Edit)