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Plug Me To Death

LP (Item 76859) Prism, 1978 — Condition: Used
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Given where the plug is on the back cover, in proximity to the lower regions of a nude model, we hardly think that "death" is the result of the plugging – and the album's a tasty set of extended disco grooves, done in the driving style of the time. There's actually a lot of instrumental passages on the album – making for some extended disco moments that make the best of the group's strongly percussive approach – and titles include the well named "Jerky Rhythm", plus "Plug Me To Death", "Love Disco Style", and "Action 78". (Cover has light wear and a factory sticker.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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