Trouble Funk - Droppin' Bombs (The Definitive Trouble Funk) flac album
Title: Droppin' Bombs (The Definitive Trouble Funk)
MP3 album: 1605 mb
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Genre: RAP / Hip-hop / Funk
Droppin' Bombs (also titled as Droppin' Bombs: The Definitive Trouble Funk) is a double-compilation album released on August 25, 1998 by the Washington, . based go-go band Trouble Funk. Disc 1. "Don't Touch That Stereo" – 5:56. Drop the Bomb" – 5:55. Don't Try To Use Me" – 6:13. Trouble Funk Express" – 6:40. Disc 2. "So Early in the Morning" – 7:03. Freaky Situation" – 3:58. Let's Get Small" – 5:33.
Including previously unreleased bonus live CD (CD3) Hittin' Hard, recorded at The Paragon II Club, Georgetown, . Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
But Trouble Funk's real strength lies in its savvy command of dynamics and the creative variety the band melds with the percussive power of the cowbell and conga-laden go-go rhythm. Drop the Bomb," "Let's Get Small," the convincing go-go adaptation of Kraftwerk's hit "Trans-Europe Express" on "Trouble Funk Express," the explosive opening to "Say What," and the monster horn riff driving "Hey Fellas" are just a few of the many highlights
Early Singles is a compilation album released on March 11, 1997 by the Washington, . The album consists of a compilations of the band earlier singles from the late-70s to the early-80s. Tony Fisher – bass guitar, vocals. Chester Davis – electric guitar. James Avery – keyboards. Robert Reed – keyboards, trombone. Timothy David – percussion. Mack Carey – percussion. Taylor Reed – trumpet. David Rudd – saxophone. Gerald Reed – trombone.
Droppin' Bombs (also titled as Droppin' Bombs: The Definitive Trouble Funk) is a double-compilation album released on August 25, 1998 by the Washington, . Contents. Don't Touch That Stereo" – 5:56.
Trouble Funk blasted onto the New York City music scene in 1982 via "Drop the Bomb" on the legendary Sugarhill Records label. That album was the pioneering force in a new sound known as "Go Go" funk which hailed from Trouble Funk's hometown and live stomping grounds of Washington . From roughly 1981 - 1987 Trouble Funk led the way with a high energy blend of rapping, singing, percussion, horns, bass and synth noises that seem to draw equally upon diverse influences: classic funk, early rap/hiphop and the future techno of Kraftwerk
Released: August 25, 1998. 1. Don't Touch That Stereo. Trouble Funk Express. 8. So Early in the Morning.
1. 2. Pump Me Up. 3. Drop the Bomb. 4. Don't Try to Use Me. 5. Disc: 2.
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|A1||Don't Touch That Stereo||5:56|
|A2||Pump Me Up||6:33|
|B1||Drop The Bomb||5:55|
|B2||Trouble Funk Express||6:40|
|D1||So Early In The Morning||7:03|
|D2||Let's Get Small||5:33|
Featuring – Kurtis Blow
|F2||Good To Go||8:04|
|HURTCD 014||Trouble Funk||Droppin' Bombs (The Definitive Trouble Funk) (2xCD, Comp)||Harmless||HURTCD 014||UK||1998|
|HURTCDL014||Trouble Funk||Droppin' Bombs (The Definitive Trouble Funk) (3xCD, Comp, Ltd)||Harmless||HURTCDL014||UK||1998|
|none, (HARMLESS HURT CD/LP 017)||Trouble Funk||Droppin' Bombs The Definitive Troublefunk 12 Track Sampler Cassette (Cass, Comp, Promo, Smplr)||masterpiece||none, (HARMLESS HURT CD/LP 017)||UK||Unknown|