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Ripped Open By Metal Explosions (edit)/Let The Sunshine In (previously unreleased)

7-inch (Item 49928) Kilmarnock, Late 60s — Condition: New Copy
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A funky treasure! The single features alternate versions of two funky funky tunes by the great Galt MacDermot – recorded in the late 60s with Idris Muhammad on drums! Side one features the sublime "Ripped Open By Metal Explosions", one of Galt's most sampled funky tracks – presented here in an edited version which really pumps up the drums! "Let the Sunshine In" is done here in one of the funkiest versions you'll ever hear – drums and bass vamping along with a tight little groove, as horns come in over the top and give the track a weird little edge!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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