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Problems Of The World (Today)/F-4000 (voc, inst)/Fearless Freestyle

12-inch (Item 5819) Elektra, 1983 — Condition: Very Good+
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Unlike some other old-school pioneers Fearless Four were able to move to a bigger label without trying to cross over. The best track here is the Fearless Freestyle, a 6 minute track that reminds us of their early hits like "Rockin It" on Enjoy. "F-4000" is a nice electro/breakin track that uses lots of vocoder effects. "Problems of the World" was obviously 'inspired' by Grandmaster Flash's "Message".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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