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The 1st Album 1973 (Analog Africa - Limited Dance Edition)

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Ou c'est lui ou c'est moi 
8:48
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Yeye We Nou Mi
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La La La La 
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Egni Miton? Nin Mi Na Wa Gbin
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Total Tracks: 4   Total Length: 33:27

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Quality Funk!

Smokeorange

EMusic's policy of 10-minute-or-longer songs as \"album only tracks\" is pretty arbitrary, but ... can you get this much funk for $6 elsewhere? No! Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo is the probably the grooviest, most nimble band ever recorded. And this first album is a real head-bobbing, fantastic find! They sound fully formed. If you like the two compilations out there, The First Album will be like manna to your soul.

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REally?!

ShyTownPhoTog

you're gonna charge $4.50 for one track that you can only get w the album?!?! REally? 49 cents each for 3 tracks, and $4.50 for the fourth track. Get over yourself jerks

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