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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2010) Synkronized Studio album by Jamiroquai Released 8 June 1999 (1999-06-08) (U.S.) 14 June 1999 (1999-06-14) (UK) Recorded 1998–1999 Genre Acid jazz, disco, funk Length 48:21 (original release) 53:06 (with bonus track) Label Sony Soho Square (UK) Work (U.S.) Producer Al Stone / Jason Kay Professional reviews Allmusic link Rolling Stone link Jamiroquai chronology Travelling Without Moving (1996) Synkronized ---- 1999 Remixes (1999) A Funk Odyssey (2001) Singles from Synkronized "Canned Heat" Released: 24 May 1999 "Supersonic" Released: 13 September 1999 "King for a Day" Released: 29 November 1999 Synkronized is the fourth studio album by Jamiroquai. Released in 1999, the album contains funk, disco, and acid jazz elements. It is also known for being the last Jamiroquai album featuring its more traditional lineup and sound. Contents 1 Album information 2 Reception 3 Track listing 4 Charts // Album information The song "Canned Heat", which was released as the lead single from the album, is the opening track. "Where Do We Go from Here?" rocks with a leap-frogging blues piano and tangy bongoes. The album's grand finale, "King for a Day", is a regal rock-operatic excursion embellished with fully orchestrated piano and strings. The lyrics in "King for a Day" are written about Stuart Zender, Jamiroquai's bass player for their first three albums, who left the band during the making of Synkronized. It is noticeable that there is no bass guitar or bass synth sound in "King for a Day". Recording sessions for the album began with Zender installed on bass, but he left partway through the recording in mid-1998, and rather than credit Zender for the tracks he had played on (and possibly co-written), Jay Kay decided to scrap all the tracks and start again. Clips of two of these tracks were shown on MTV and have been bootlegged, although not in their full form. The clips display a much more Latin/fusion sound than the songs that made it on the final album cut. Another outtake from Synkronized is known, called "Snooze You Lose". The song was later released on a promo CD single called "An Online Odyssey". The bass on the album is either played on a synth bass, or by new recruit Nick Fyffe, in a style that is basically an imitation of the departed Zender. Didgeridoo player Wallis Buchanan made his last appearance in Jamiroquai, in the song "Supersonic". Reception Rolling Stone (8–22 July 1999, pp. 144–145) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "Synkronized is fifty minutes of sleek, sexy fun, a party album delivered with something like conviction. It's not exactly irresistible, but, really, what's the point of resisting it?" Spin (August 1999, p. 154) - 6 (out of 10) - "...redirects the band's British tendency toward smoothed-out old black jams....soaring strings, gyrating congas, hell-bent wah-wah's, and an undeniably live rhythm section that'll hustle your muscles and make you freak to the beat..." Entertainment Weekly (11 June 1999, pp. 63–4) - "Imagine if [Stevie Wonder] had made a disco album in 1977!....Synkronized is a hat trick done with the sharpest chapeau in the store." - Rating: B- College Music Journal (7 June 1999, p. 5) - "This incessantly upbeat expedition travels into the regions of Travolta-era disco...feverish funk...and instrumental iridescence...keeping your ears tuned to their funktastic audio adventures." Mojo (July 1999, p. 100) - "Synkronized proves Jamiroquai...are capable of knocking up fluid and thrilling grooves at the drop of an enormous hat....Jay's voice is wonderful throughout, delivering his admittedly toe-curling lyrics with...conviction." Q magazine (January 2000, p. 85) - Included in Q's "50 Best Albums of 1999". Track listing This section requires expansion with: Songwriters. "Canned Heat" – 5:31 "Planet Home" – 4:44 "Black Capricorn Day" – 5:41 "Soul Education" – 4:15 "Falling" – 3:45 "Destitute Illusions" – 5:40 "Supersonic" – 5:15 "Butterfly" – 4:28 "Where Do We Go from Here?" – 5:13 "King for a Day" – 3:40 "Deeper Underground" – 4:46 "Get Funky" – 5:35 (Japanese bonus track) "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" – 4:00 (Australian bonus track) Charts Chart (1999) Peak position Australian ARIA Albums Chart 1 UK Albums Chart 1 Preceded by Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album 21 June 1999 Succeeded by Songs from Dawson's Creek by various artists Preceded by By Request by Boyzone UK Albums Chart number-one album 26 June 1999 Succeeded by Surrender by The Chemical Brothers v • d • e Jamiroquai Main albums Emergency on Planet Earth  · The Return of the Space Cowboy · Travelling Without Moving  · Synkronized  · A Funk Odyssey  · Dynamite  · High Times  · Rock Dust Light Star Other albums Songs For Manitu  · Jay's Selection  · In Store Jam  · JAZZiroquai  · 1999 Remixes  · An Online Odyssey  · Late Night Tales · Multiquai Singles When You Gonna Learn  · Too Young To Die  · Blow Your Mind  · Emergency On Planet Earth  · Space Cowboy  · Half The Man  · Stillness in Time  · Light Years  · The Kids  · Do You Know Where You're Coming From?  · Virtual Insanity  · Cosmic Girl  · Alright  · High Times  · Deeper Underground  · Canned Heat  · Supersonic  · King For A Day  · I'm In The Mood For Love  · Little L  · You Give Me Something  · Love Foolosophy  · Corner of the Earth  · Main Vein  · Feels Just Like It Should  · Seven Days in Sunny June  · (Don't) Give Hate a Chance  · Hollywood Swinging  · Runaway  · White Knuckle Ride  · Blue Skies Home releases Live in Verona · Live at Montreux 2003 · High Times: Singles 1992–2006 Other Discography · List of songs · Chillington studio · Gig in the Sky