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Don't Bug Me
Cat: PRD 005. Rel: 22 Dec 21
Soul
  1. Don't Bug Me (3:22)
  2. Don't Bug Me (instrumental) (3:26)
Review: American Chocolate has but one solo entry on Discogs, and that is the 1974 EP M.I.A., which is the one and only release listed for the DTR label. It's the B-side from that two-track EP that is reissued here on its own 7", with an instrumental version on the flip. 'Don't Bug Me' is a gloriously sweet and heartwarming bit of soul-drenched boogie. The buttery smooth vocals make a deep impact, while the nimble disco-funk drums and rump-wiggling boogie bassline cannot fail to make you move. It's a warm, uplifting sound that will get any floor in a spin. The instrumental allows the chords and funky bass riffs a little more room to shine and make a different but just as strong impact.
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $12.96
Tonight's Function
Cat: PRD 003. Rel: 22 Dec 21
Deep House
  1. Tonight's Function (4:57)
  2. People Of The World (6:05)
Review: Killer new 12" from DJ Dez aka Andres!!
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 in stock $18.04
Don't Leave Me (reissue)
Cat: PRD 007. Rel: 23 May 22
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Don't Leave Me (4:30)
Review: Highly sought-after 1984 classic from Jeff Floyd reissued by Papaya Detroit.
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! low stock $17.03
Back In Love
Back In Love (limited 7")
Cat: PRD 006. Rel: 23 May 22
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Back In Love (4:28)
  2. Stanky Panky (3:25)
Review: Hazmat Live is a live techno, disco and house artist based out of there Motor City and here he lands on hometown label Papaya Detroit which does just 500 limited runs of each release. The D-town ambassador does a fine job of representing his city's rich musical heritage with a pair of breezy and hip-shaking cuts. The bass is squelchy, the synths feel good and the musicality is off the chars with both tunes. These are perfect summer heaters to drop anywhere from the BBQ to the backroom to the terrace.

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 in stock $14.99
Mr Bassman
Cat: PRD 004. Rel: 22 Dec 21
Funk
  1. Mr Bassman (3:23)
  2. Burnin (3:08)
Review: Lamont Johnson, He was the bassist and original member of the R&B band Brainstorm. As a result of his electric fretless bass work throughout the mid-1970s, he gained recognition for being the first internationally recognized electric fretless bassist in R&B. Both tracks have previously been unreleased.
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 in stock $12.96
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