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Kojak - Stupid Jack

Tracklist

1Stupid Jack (My Sweet Loly Remix By DJ Vas)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – DJ Vas
6:04
2Stupid Jack (Troublemen Remix)
Remix – Trouble MenRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Bruno Banner, DJ Fudge
5:52
3Stupid Jack (Kingmeat's Version)
Remix – KingmeatRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – David Brun-Lambert, DJ Gregoire
4:54
4Stupid Jack (Ruffneck Skiank Remix By Grant Phabao)
Remix – Grant PhabaoRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Fabien Preaux
3:36
5Stupid Jack (Radio Edit)3:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
19911Kojak Stupid Jack ‎(7")Pro-Zak Trax19911France1999
561 130-2Kojak Stupid Jack ‎(CD, Single, Car)Pro-Zak Trax561 130-2Australia1999
561 464-1Kojak Stupid Jack ‎(12")Pro-Zak Trax561 464-1Europe1999
KOJAK 5Kojak Stupid Jack ‎(12", Promo)Pro-Zak TraxKOJAK 5UK1999

Credits

  • Photography By, GraphicsTom Kan
  • VocalsJayhem
  • Written-ByDJ Vas, Jayhem

Notes

Contains uncredited samples from the movie "One Armed Swordsmen" directed by David Chiang and Yu Wang .
All tracks published by Pro-Zak Trax. Marketed by Barclay. Distributed by Universal Music.
Taken from the Album "Crime In The City".
(p) 1999 Pro-zak Trax.
(c) 1999 Pro-zak Trax.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31456 11302 9
  • Barcode (String): 731456113029
  • Label Code: LC 00126
  • Other (Distribution code): UN 522

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pro-Zak Trax
  • Copyright (c) – Pro-Zak Trax

Info

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Video

Kojak - Stupid Jack

Performer: Kojak

Title: Stupid Jack

Country: France

Release date: 1999

Label: Pro-Zak Trax

Style: House, Dub, Drum n Bass

Catalog: 561130-2

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1703 mb

Size FLAC: 2983 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 129

Record source: CD, Single

Related to Kojak - Stupid Jack

Togar
The Jamaican dub-house of STUPID JACK gets remixed here, with Kingmeat offers up a dancehall rhythm, while the Trouble Men amp up the beats for a full-on house assault. DJ Vas, with his "My Sweet Loly Remix" mix, takes the tempo way down to a hip-hop skank, and Grant Phabao goes all out with his dub-drenched "Ruffneck Skiank Remix." Pretty solid.
Togar
The Jamaican dub-house of STUPID JACK gets remixed here, with Kingmeat offers up a dancehall rhythm, while the Trouble Men amp up the beats for a full-on house assault. DJ Vas, with his "My Sweet Loly Remix" mix, takes the tempo way down to a hip-hop skank, and Grant Phabao goes all out with his dub-drenched "Ruffneck Skiank Remix." Pretty solid.
Lavivan
"To attack without knowing the enemy's strength is foolish, and after being warned, to still attack is stupid. People who are that stupid just don't deserve to live, but strangely thought, one does find, people who are that stupid!".
This sample, taken from the classic Kung Fu movie 'One Armed Swordsmen', was previously used by The Chemist in 'Ruff Cutz' (1997), and much later by rap artist Royce Da 5'9" in 'Right Back' (2005).
I remember I bought this single second hand for a very small price and I loved it. The dub versions are as much pleasant as the House remix by The Trouble Men.
I never knew what the lyrics were about exactly. The video of 'Stupid Jack' follow a man falling in a neverending staircase, and another sample taken from 'One Armed Swordsmen' concludes the track ('Today you are gonna die!'). I suppose it's about the fatality of certain practices and/or behaviours.
Lavivan
"To attack without knowing the enemy's strength is foolish, and after being warned, to still attack is stupid. People who are that stupid just don't deserve to live, but strangely thought, one does find, people who are that stupid!".
This sample, taken from the classic Kung Fu movie 'One Armed Swordsmen', was previously used by The Chemist in 'Ruff Cutz' (1997), and much later by rap artist Royce Da 5'9" in 'Right Back' (2005).
I remember I bought this single second hand for a very small price and I loved it. The dub versions are as much pleasant as the House remix by The Trouble Men.
I never knew what the lyrics were about exactly. The video of 'Stupid Jack' follow a man falling in a neverending staircase, and another sample taken from 'One Armed Swordsmen' concludes the track ('Today you are gonna die!'). I suppose it's about the fatality of certain practices and/or behaviours.