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|1.||"Tambourine Party" (4:38)|
|2.||"Afro Funk" (4:19)|
|3.||"Xray Gun" (7:28)|
|4.||"How Much I Love You" (3:06)|
|2.||"Tribute To Murtala Mohammed" (5:11)|
|3.||"Get Up & Do It Good" (4:04)|
|4.||"Price Of Fame" (2:26)|
Mr Bongo's latest full-length reissue is something of a gem: the near impossible-to-find 1976 debut album from the Super Elcados. It first appeared on EMI Nigeria, though in recent years original copies have become more rare than the hen's teeth and a coherent government policy on Brexit. Listening to this fine re-mastered reissue, it's easy to see why the album is so beloved by African soul, funk and disco collectors. While it does boast a clutch of tracks that wear their Afrobeat influence with pride, the majority of the album is far more funk and soul-fired in tone. Throughout, the playing and production is spot on, with plenty of killer percussion breaks dotted throughout for good measure. Nigerian fire!
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