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Electrophonic Phunk

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  1. This is the 7'' single of Shock's "Electrophonic Phunk". PLEASE READ BEFORE BUYING/BIDDING: Most vinyl records appear to be in good, playable condition. Keep in mind, you are buying pre-owned vinyl records anywhere from 20 to 60 years chirouholtunutlonenetsterpapervie.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  2. SHOCK electrophonic phunk (US Fantasy) SECRET WEAPON must be the music - remix (US Prelude – from the LP Kiss FM Mastermixes vol 1) GUNCHBACK BOOGIE BAND funn (US Prelude) THE SYSTEM it’s passion (US Mirage) ROCKERS REVENGE walking on sunshine (US Streetwise) GRANDMASTER FLASH & THE FURIOUS FIVE the message (US Sugarhill).
  3. Electrophonic Phunk Shock 62 Last. 58 Peak. 9 Weeks. LAST WEEK TWO WEEKS AGO PEAK POSITION 9. WEEKS ON CHART Producer(s): .
  4. SHOCK - electrophonic phunk / same - chirouholtunutlonenetsterpapervie.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & .
  5. Late 70's and early 80's brought a new musical production and rhythm machines like the legendary TR and synthesizers such as Korg M1 occupied recording studios and dance floors. Funky guitars, slap bass and vocoders were added, and Electro-Funk was born. About the same time computers were introduced, and from that point nothing in music will ever be the same.
  6. Tunes offered on this CD vary hugely from the late disco of Sylvester's 'Give It Up' to the electro of 'Electrophonic Phunk' by Shock USA via the much-loved soulful dance of 'Can't Get Away (From Your Love)' by Carol Williams/5(10).
  7. Similarly Joystick was a staccato stark Midnight Star electrophonic phunk inspired marriage of Operator-meets- -No Parking On The Dancefloor with nudge nudge wink lyrics that also enjoyed considerable success in the clubs/5(9).
  8. Electrophonic Phunk Shock 58 Last. 58 Peak. 8 Weeks. LAST WEEK TWO WEEKS AGO PEAK POSITION 8. WEEKS ON CHART Producer(s): .
  9. The last two tracks end on a bit of a down note for this listener; “Body Move” by Rare Essence is dull and “Electrophonic Phunk” by Shock is not really memorable. However, these few tunes that don’t live up to the others aren’t truly terrible, just compared to the ones that I mentioned are lacking a bit.

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