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As If

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All U Writers
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Sick Ass Moon
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Every Little Bit Counts
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Freedom! '15
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Ooo
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All The Way
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Til The Money Runs Out
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Bam City
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Funk (I Got This)
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Lucy Mongoosey
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I Feel So Free (Citation Needed)
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 51:32

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As If - it could be anything but awesome

penman6

Lovely intro to this next effort from !!! (Chi Chk Chk) and the funk continues with some fabulous poppy, club headed tunes, Freedom 15, should be a summer bass booster and Ooo my favourite sing along jinngley pop tune of th moment. Bu they are all good, with clever use of keyboards and a lovely mix of styles make this a really complete album. Til the Money Runs Out could have been a late Clash or Big Audio Dynamite song but that is then followed by some great rasping horns/synths on Bam City, which sounds really now and another remix opportunity for DJ Kicks - Funk (I Got this) - great album.

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