Groove Armada are known for music to chill by, but the chill is now gone. Six of the tracks on Lovebox, which borrows from rock, dancehall, rap, and disco, are irresistible booty shakers (especially Sunshine Anderson’s ”Easy”). And when the disc does take a breather, it’s a pause that refreshes, like Richie Havens’ ”Hands of Time.” ”Lovebox” rarely disappoints, especially if you can get with its message: No parking on the dance floor.
(Groove Armada: Anthony Saint James / Retna Ltd.)
Producer (group): Zomba Records
Posted January 24 2003 — 12:00 AM EST