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Cardiac Arrest

LP (Item 2208) Chocolate City, 1975 — Condition: Used
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Cameo — Cardiac Arrest ... CD 13.99

Early Cameo at their best – tight, funky, and totally out of sight! The groove here is very different than their 80s work – and the group have this amazing way of focusing all their energy down on the rhythm together, and snapping things along with a really unique approach to funk – one that draws heavily from the bass, but which also isn't nearly the same sort of bass-heavy sound that so many other copycat groups would go for in later years! The album's filled with gems – and includes the classic sample cuts "Rigor Mortis" and "Post Mortem" – plus the killers "Funk Funk", "Find My Way", and "Good Times". Easily one of their best-ever records – and for good reason too! (Cover has some wear annd some staining, with a lot peeling along the bottom two to four inches on the front and back.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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