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LP (Item 2208) Chocolate City, 1975 — Condition: Used
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Excellent early work from Cameo! The album's got a really sublime approach – tightly funking, but not too fast, in the mode of some of their weaker 80s material. The band have that tightly snapped groove firmly in place – as you'd already know if you've heard the album's classic sample cuts, "Rigor Mortis" and "Post Mortem". Other cuts include "Funk, Funk", "Find My Way", and "Good Times" – and the record's one of the best of the bunch from this period! (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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