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Guess Who's Comin' To The Crib?

CD (Item 487770) CBS, 1987 — Condition: Used
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(€13.27 || £11.44 || ¥1656) (approx.)

Pop soul from Full Force – filled with plenty of influence from mainstream hip hop, but all watered down into a much more partyful groove! The group here are a bridge between the commercial funk of Prince, The Time, and other 80s acts – and some of the more beat-heavy sounds coming out of hip hop – and while the goofy cover image (of a white family being surprised by Full Force's coming to their "crib") is pretty silly, the record itself sounds a fair bit better with age. Titles include "Love Is For Suckers", "Child's Play (pt. 3)", "Full Force Git Money $", and "Your Love Is So Def". (Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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