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|1.||Christy Ogbah - "Advice" (6:31)|
|2.||Johnny O - "Bazz Xmas Eve" (4:36)|
|3.||Mike Umoh - "Look At Me" (5:28)|
|1.||Mike Umoh - "Shake Your Body" (6:21)|
|2.||Bindiga - "Disco Connection" (5:18)|
|3.||Christy Ogbah - "Aimiuugwia" (4:59)|
|1.||Bindiga - "Perfect Disco Machine" (6:02)|
|2.||Bassey Black & The Natty Messiah - "On My Mind" (5:15)|
|3.||Christy Ogbah - "Azomonfe" (5:43)|
|1.||Godfrey Odili - "You Do Good For Yourself" (9:30)|
|2.||Eunice Mokus Arimoku - "Ariro" (8:02)|
Between 1980 and '84, Duomo Sounds Ltd released some of the most inspired disco and boogie to come from Nigeria. This fine compilation from Odion tells the story of the label via a selection of the Humphrey Aniakor-founded imprint's finest moments. Although fuzzier and more lo-fi than the American and European records that inspired them, with the distinctive grooves of Afro-beat and Afro-funk never far away, the vast majority of these tracks are every bit as weighty and floor-friendly. Highlights include Mike Umoh's immaculate "Shake Your Body", the Moog-laden Christy Ogbah slow jam "Aimiugwah", the Clavinet-happy bounce of Bindiga's "Perfect Disco Machine" and the celebratory silliness of Johnny O's festive "Bazz Xmas Eve".
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