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M3000

LP (Item 69845) Motown, 1979 — Condition: Used
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3rd album of futuristic soul from Mandre, with a bit less of the Dexter Wansel influenced sound we love so much about the first album, and more of the bass heavy sound that would predominate in the 80s, as well as a good bit of synthesized sounds and slick production flourishes, even a bit of vocoder. 7 tracks in all: "M3000 (opus VI)", "L'Oasis", "Final Funk", "Spirit Groove", "Freakin's Fine", "Do Whatcha Gotta Do" and "Swang". (Cover has a cutout notch.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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