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My Occupation: The Music of Chaz Jankel

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To Woo Lady Kong
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Glad To Know You
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You're My Occupation
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3,000,000 Synths
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Number One
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Feel Alone
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Reve De Chevres
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Ai No Corrida
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Get Myself Together
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Pretty Thing
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Without You
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Am I Honest With Myself (Ray Mang Edit)
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Call Me (Bonus Dub)
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 77:05

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Ahead of its time

McrIsRed

Some fantastic tracks here, way ahead of its time. Sounds like Pheonix have been listening carefully

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Addictive

SaintKate

This album is great in so many ways

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New boots and panties

demonick

I felt like Gene Vincent's hairdresser when I found this. He was a dude then and he still is. Long live the Jankel.

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Like Funkadelic on Prozac and Tina

word-ape

HappyFunkyDisco with Blondie. Used my last 8 d'loads.

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Love It

dylanboy

On 1st listen this cd is great! I downloaded it right away. I love electronic and this blend of disco/funk/new wave is superb.

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I am back in a Disco in France

mixwell

and it's an amazing place. Stumbling upon this music made me very happy today. Formidable.

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Super Good white boy funk

kmann

infectious and fun. a touch of 80 synth. enjoy.

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Forgotten 80s Club Music!

Jupiter8

From one of Ian Dury's Blockheads! Wish it included "Questionnaire"....

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