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Bunkka is the debut studio album by English electronic musician and producer Paul Oakenfold, released under the name Oakenfold. It was released in 2002 under the Maverick label.
It is also Oakenfold's best selling album to date,
with sales exceeding 1,000,000 copies worldwide.
In response to how his dance-focused audience would react to the album, Oakenfold said "I hope they realise that in any forms of music you need to push the boundaries. I've been inspired by all kinds of music, from hip-hop to guitars to dance, and hopefully the dance audience will understand that." The album was released to mixed reviews.
- "Ready Steady Go" - 4:13
- "Southern Sun" - 6:57
- "Time of Your Life" - 4:17
- "Hypnotised" - 6:34
- "Zoo York" - 5:25
- "Nixon's Spirit" - 2:48
- "Hold Your Hand" - 3:39
- "Starry Eyed Surprise" - 3:48
- "Get Em Up" - 3:50
- "Motion" - 6:24
- "The Harder They Come" - 3:50
- "Mortal" (UK bonus track also available on "The Harder They Come" single) - 6:42
- Steve Osborne - production, programming, mixing, vocal mixing
- Andy Gray - production, programming, engineering, mixing
- Carmen Rizzo - production, engineering, vocal engineering
- Jeff Turzo - production, mixing
- Ed Chadwick - assistant engineering
- Pete Davies - programming, engineering
- Chris Blair - mastering
- Marc Marot - A&R
- Guy Oseary - A&R
- Ricardo Vinas - A&R
- Anton Corbijn - photography
- "Ready, Steady, Go", appears in a number of the films, video games and other media, including: The Bourne Identity, Stormbreaker and Collateral, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003, DDR Ultramix Juiced, Las Vegas, an ad campaign for Saab and an episode of the TV series ALIAS. Oakenfold produced a Korean style lyrical version of "Ready, Steady, Go" for the film Collateral.
- "Zoo York" (which features a sample of Clint Mansell's Winter: Lux Aeterna) was used in the trailers for the films Sunshine and Babylon A.D..
- "Starry Eyed Surprise" has been used in television commercials for Diet Coke.