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The third installment of Numero’s ode to lowrider souldies, Rust Side Story compiles highly sought after sweet soul singles from the Buck Eye State. Prepare for a low and slow ride from Youngstown to Dayton, Cleveland to Columbus, Toledo to Cincinnati, all soundtracked with silky falsettos and dreamy harmonies


A1. La'Fez - This Is The Way I Am
A2. Ice-Cold-Love - Sheer Magic
A3. Young Mods - Gloria
A4. Harvey & The Phenomenals - What Can I Do (To Prove My Love Is Real)
A5. Bobby Wade - Can't You Hear Me Calling
A6. Soul Superbs - Just Ask Me
B1. Now - Lovin You Is Easy
B2. The Nombres - Just Call Me
B3. Iron Knowledge - Oh Love
B4. Foreign Blue Renaisance - Oh, Yes I Do
B5. The Donations - I'm Gonna Treat You Good
B6. Unknown Boddie Recording Artist - I Do Love You

Female Species

Tale Of My Lost

    This is the story of two sisters who nurtured a dream for half a century and never let it die. Vicki and Ronni Gossett launched their musical career as teenagers in Whittier, California in 1966. They called themselves the Female Species. Members came and went; their base of operations moved to Las Vegas, back to LA, and over to Nashville. Along the way their sound transformed from garage rock to lounge to country pop, the only constant being an innate mastery of hooks and harmony.

    These ladies had it. Along the way, they crossed paths with The Carpenters, Paul Revere & The Raiders, The Judds, and seemingly half of the industry’s power players, rebuffing all untoward advances, focused always on their craft. In the 1980s they became staff songwriters for music publishing companies in the hit-making business. Relentless pushing landed them a once in a lifetime audition before the court of RCA’s top executives — the kind of new talent showcase that almost never happens after 30.

    Vicki and Ronni were by then in their 40s. Tale of My Lost Love is the whole story from beginning to end of two sisters who gave everything to their dream, yet never made a single record... until now. Sometimes great music just isn’t enough to break through — until it is. Numero Group is thrilled and proud, at long last, to introduce Female Species.


    A1. Bye Bye Bye
    A2. Tale Of My Lost Love
    A3. You Need Me
    A4. Peace Of Mind
    A5. Baby Buggy
    A6. Stop And Think It Over
    A7. I’m Gonna Make It
    A8. Explain Why
    A9. Tying The Leaves
    B1. Coast To Coast
    B2. There’s A Rainbow
    B3. Sooner Or Later
    B4. Here Comes The Night
    B5. Till The Moon Don’t Shine
    B6. In The Moonlight
    B7. Someone Lock Me Up
    B8. Chinchilla Hat


    Challenge For A Civilized Society - Reissue

      Unwound’s paranoid and pulsating sixth album, Challenge For a Civilized Society explores the pre-Y2K technological dread of modern punk living. Producer Steve Fisk threads Justin Trosper’s stabbing, discordant guitar in and around Sara Lund’s consolidated drum attack and Vern Rumsey’s relentless, throbbing bass. A vicious and sinister penultimate LP from the ’90s most misunderstood band.


      Repetition - Reissue

        Dead-eyed post-punk from Olympia’s reigning noise-niks. Repetition rejects the major label signing spree of the mid-’90s entirely, training its hulking focus on haircut hardcore, white belt Jiujitsu, and frenzied feedback. The soundtrack to a fantasy Halloween candy heist, now on vinyl for the first time since 1996.


        A1 Message Received
        A2 Corpse Pose
        A3 Unauthorized Autobiography
        A4 Lowest Common Denominator
        A5 Sensible
        A6 Lady Elect
        B2 Murder Movies
        B3 Next Exit
        B4 Devoid
        B5 Go To Dallas And Take A Left
        B6 For Your Entertainment 

        A.R.T. Wilson


          Numero Group: A.R.T Wilson: Overworld. A new age album that draws as much from ethno-groove, Chicago house, and G-funk, as it does from primitive percussion and ’80s library music. Relaxing, gentle, and warm, the 10-song ambient suite was made for a multidisciplinary modern dance performance described as “Neo-Paganism, Pop Divas, YouTube, Yoga, and Death Metal side by side in a live performance that searches for transcendence in the most unlikely places.”


          A1 Overworld
          2 Rebecca’s Theme (Water)
          3 Sun Sign Cancer
          4 Janine’s Theme (Earth)
          5 House In The Garden

          B1 Rachel’s Theme (Fire)
          2 Sun Sign Aries
          3 Akasha
          4 Sarah’s Theme (Air)
          5 Past Life Regression

          Valium Aggelein

          Black Moon

            Just as Duster’s landmark debut album Stratosphere was making its first orbit, Clay Parton, Dove Amber, and Jason Albertini tracked a largely improvised companion capsule under their Valium Aggelein alter ego. An ode to ’70s Kosmische, Hier Kommt Der Schwartze Mond is a skeletal space nap for the prozac generation. Remixed and remastered from the original 16 track analog tapes, the 1998 album has been adjoined by 15 period-appropriate bonus tracks. A fuzzy masterpiece, hidden in plain sight, by the most important slowcore band of all time.

            TRACK LISTING

            A1. Here Comes The Black Moon
            2. Liftoff In Stereo
            3. Trial By Fire
            4. The Clouds Will Drop Ladders

            B1. Triumph Of The Metal People
            2. Frequency Converter
            3. Birth To Death In Slow Motion
            4. Dream Scientist5. Bird Wings6. Nudists

            C1. The Landing
            2. Under The Mountain
            3. Sonar
            4. Mercury5. The Valium Machine
            6. Spies
            7. V

            D1. Inside The Static Cult
            2. Then, In 2060 A.D.
            3. Alum Rock
            4. Interruptor
            5. Slower
            6. Excerpt From Mount Hamilton
            7. 96
            8. Spark Collector

            Various Artists

            Warfaring Strangers: Acid Nightmares

              As the hippie movement hurdled towards its emanate demise, bad vibes infiltrated the rock world. Tainted LSD, loud motorcycles, and a series of brutal deaths spawned inspiration for guitar-wielding teenagers across the globe. Implementing deafening fuzz and satanic screams to create their proto-metal monstrosities, short-lived stoner bands pressed their lysergic experiments in microscopic quantities before blacking out entirely. Lifted from the ashes of the acid rock hell fire are 18 distorted tales of dope fiends, pill poppers, and the baddest of trips.

              Deluxe 2LP comes housed in a blacklight poster-style jacket, replete with flocking and lysergic neon. 24 pages documenting the creeping existential dread of the hard rock underground are tucked into the gatefold pocket alongside two dead dinosaur-heavy LPs. Compact disc is packaged in standard Numero slipcase, with digipak and 40-page book, limited to 2000 copies. 

              STAFF COMMENTS

              says: This fearsome Numero collection is made up of sonic remnants excavated following the collapse of Haight-Ashbury and the 'Summer Of Love'. Bathed in bad vibes, strong amphetamines and cheap LSD; "Acid Nightmares" chronicles the musical movements of biker bands, social drop-outs and narco-casualties struggling to make their voice heard against the backdrop of civil unrest and encroaching mortality.

              TRACK LISTING

              Side A
              1. Xarhanga - Acid Nightmare
              2. Novak’s Kapelle - Hypodermic Needle
              3. Whistlers Mother - Dark Dawn
              4. Brass Alley - Pink Pills
              5. Gift – Drugs
              Side B
              1. Supa Chief - Red Brained Woman
              2. Tns - Times Up
              3. Acid – Acid
              4. Sardonicus - Evaporated Brain
              5. Mass Temper - Grave Digger
              Side C
              1. Goliath Dead Drunk Screaming
              2. Bulbous Creation Hooked
              3. The Ritual Speed Freak
              4. Gollum Prayer Of Despair
              Side D
              1. The Crossblood Experiment Orange Sunshine
              2. Purple Sun Dooms Day
              3. The Shy Guys Black Lightning Light
              4. Sunn Cycle Acid Raga

              Trey Gruber

              Herculean House Of Cards

                A tortured songwriter and struggling addict who jolted the tired Chicago DIY scene with his own brand of primal despair, Trey Gruber and his band Parent were on track to join the ranks of Twin Peaks, Mild High Club, and Whitney. His death in 2017 at the age of 26 brought it all to a halt. In his final years, Trey wrote and recorded hundreds of previously unheard demos, dandelions in the cracked concrete of 21st-century disconnect, an alphabet’s worth of which have been compiled by his family and friends for his only album: Herculean House Of Cards.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Eisenhower To The West Side
                2. Do You Feel Fine
                3. Guillotine
                4. Same
                5. Money’s Ran Off
                6. Pray To Christ In Heaven
                7. No Man For No Home
                8. Last July

                1. Sister Say
                2. Dirt
                3. I Tried
                4. Summer City
                5. Jess

                1. Stay In Line
                2. Get Your Fix
                3. On Fear
                4. Momma’s Way
                5. Herculean House Of Cards
                6. The Leaving

                1. In Between - Live
                2. Ain’t Nobody’s Fault - Live
                3. Fool’s Gold - Live
                4. Even Jesus Christ Had Died - Live
                5. Eisenhower To The West Side (Ballad Reprise) - Live
                6. Hammer Out The Edges (Bonus Track)

                Jackie Shane

                Any Other Way / Sticks And Stones

                The definitive version of Stax legend William Bell’s 1962 single "Any Other Way" wasn’t cut inside the storied Memphis studio, but rather 1300 miles away in Boston by a transgender pioneer. Recasting the plaintive breakup lament into an anthem of defiance and gay liberation, Jackie Shane rewrote the song without changing a word. Astoundingly, the track wasn’t selected for the A side of the late ’62 release - that would be "Sticks and Stones," a dynamite blast of a policy piece regarding gossips, scolds, and other little people. Following the Grammy-nominated success of our Jackie Shane anthology, Numero is glad to present this essential 45 for DJs and home listeners alike, packaged with a never before seen photo of Ms. Shane herself.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Any Other Way
                2. Sticks And Stones 

                Pastor T.L. Barrett And The Youth For Christ Choir

                Do Not Pass Me By Vol II

                The sequel to Pastor Barrett’s landmark 1971 masterpiece "Like A Ship…", "Do Not Pass Me By" finds the young Chicago preacher and his Youth for Christ Choir continuing their genre-bending spiritual journey. Heavy drums, soaring falsettos, euphoric tambourines, sharp horns, and Barrett’s unwavering devotion dance around a 40-piece choir, working together to form sanctified slab of gospel funk. Pressed in a minuscule quantity in 1973, "Do Not Pass Me By" was sold primarily from the pulpit of Barrett’s Mt. Zion Baptist Church, disappearing into Chicago’s south side for 45 years before Numero’s excavation. The ten-song album has been remastered, it’s generic album cover updated to match Barrett’s vision. On the back of the jacket, he insisted on the following words: 'After listening to this album you will be glad that you did not pass it by!'

                STAFF COMMENTS

                says: Devoit Pastor T.L Barrett made some of the finest funk and gospel to emanate from the Pentacostal church; which Numero have hadily excavated for us here... All rejoice!

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Jesus Is All The World To Me
                2. I Want To Be In Love With You
                3. Jesus, Lover Of My Soul
                4. O Sinner
                5. I Shall Wear A Crown

                1. Do Not Pass Me By
                2. Here I Am
                3. There Is Only One
                4. O What A Day
                5. No Not One

                Don Slepian

                Sea Of Bliss

                First ever vinyl edition of the landmark 1980 cassette by synth wizard Don Slepian. Utilizing the fabled and notoriously complex Alles digital synthesizer at the Bell Laboratories scientific research center, "Sea Of Bliss" features two transcendent cascading sidelong tracks, to easily qualify as one of the ultimate pinnacles of the new age genre. Cut with care using the Direct Metal Mastering process, and featuring cover artwork by visionary artist Jonathan Meader.

                TRACK LISTING

                A1. Sea Of Bliss (23:32)
                B1. Awakenings (24:21

                94 East

                The Cookhouse 5

                  In 1975, Pepe Willie booked time at Cookhouse Recording Studios in Minneapolis to demo five original compositions. Known colloquially as “The Cookhouse 5” these recordings showcase a 16-year-old guitar prodigy named Prince Rogers Nelson. A crucial document concerning the origins of the Minneapolis Sound, the B-side boasts instrumental versions of each infectious tune, providing an even greater vantage point from which to admire the Purple One’s expressive playing style, already evident in his teenaged years.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. If We Don’t
                  2. If You See Me
                  3. I’ll Always Love You
                  4. Games
                  5. Better Than You Think

                  1. If We Don’t (Instrumental)
                  2. If You See Me (Instrumental)
                  3. I’ll Always Love You (Instrumental)
                  4. Games (Instrumental)
                  5. Better Than You Think (Instrumental)

                  Universal Togetherness Band

                  Dreamality / Lucky Stars

                  Two brilliant, previously unissued modern soul discoveries from the archive of U.T.B. mastermind Andre Gibson. “My Lucky Stars” rides the 120 BPM crest, with sharp horns, handclaps, triangle, and a wild guitar solo filling out the four and a half minute ride. “Dreamality” cops a Steve Miller vibe and goes on a spaced-out future funk adventure. 

                  TRACK LISTING

                  A1. Dreamality
                  B1. Lucky Stars

                  Originally issued as a hand-dubbed demo tape in 1982, Elisa Waut’s icy debut gets its first vinyl issue. The Flemish trio of Chery Derycke and siblings Elsje and Hans Helewaut took new wave to its natural conclusion; trading Europe’s organic post-punk approach for the new cold war order of synth and rhythm box. Soviet paranoia, isolation, suicidal musings, and other miscellaneous bouts of young adult depression are covered in both French and English. A 28-minute minimal wave masterpiece.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1 Intro
                  2 Being Strong
                  3 Waiting
                  4 Red Soldier

                  1 Unrath
                  2 Au Clair De La Lune
                  3 Russia
                  4 Summary Of All My Dreams

                  From the blown-out motherboard of West Philadelphia’s Master Control Programmers, Charles Grossman broke off to explore his own personal outer space experience. With just a DW-8000 to keep him company, University City’s loneliest cyborg issued this eight song electro-mellow statement in 1989. Spectral synths, pulsating programming, and yes—a keytar—set the soundtrack to your next game of Spy Hunter. Jam on to a sound more sophisticated.

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  says: Sweet synth boogie / relaxed e-funk here from 80's outsider Chasman. I'm always gonna give a warm welcome to a man clutching a keytar in Eddie Murphy's Delirious outfit, and the Chasman repays me with vocal and instrumental versions of his mellow magic.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Side A
                  1. Dream Woman (Voc.)
                  2. Wind Fall
                  3. It’s About A Dollar (Inst.)
                  4. 76 West
                  5. Somber-Daze (Inst.)

                  Side B
                  1. Synth-E-Fuge
                  2. It’s About A Dollar (Voc.)
                  3. Dream Woman (Inst.)
                  4. Somber-Daze (Voc.)


                  Disco Jazz - Reissue

                  After a slightly dubious reissue a couple of years back, Numero treat Rupa Biswas' viral sensation "Disco Jazz" with their usual precision, care and respect, giving each of us the opportunity to own this masterpiece in lush HQ.
                  Engineered at Calgary's Living Room in 1982, "Disco Jazz" was the only release Rupa put out, working with a crack team of Canadian disco muscle and Indian studio talent to create the perfect fusion dish. East meets West, guitar meets sarod, soul meets funk and psych meets disco as Rupa and her crew groove their way through four far out moments of dance floor brilliance. Opener "Moja Bhari Moja" locks us into a frankly irresistible bassline, before the wild guitar riffs, spectral synth lines and trippy sitar create a kaleidoscopic visionquest for our collective third eye. Rupa's echo drenched vocals arrive right on time to seal the deal and steal the show, securing the much coveted 'cosmic disco killer' title all records should aspire to. "East West Shuffle" does exactly what it says on the tin, fusing transcontinental tonalities into a smooth jazz funk simmer before "Aaj Shanibar" closes out the A-side with the kind of cinematic sunset disco all the Balearic heads go wild for. If it weren't for the expert tabla and psychedelic sitar, you'd be forgiven for thinking this was one of those flamenco disco bombs you'd hear in a peak time Mison set. Stretching itself suavely over the whole of the B-side, "Ayee Morshume" is the kind of cosmic disco journey only the most experienced trippers should attempt - a heads down, hands aloft groove-voyage through endless solos and enchanting vocals. Chances of finding an original copy are way beyond slim, and on the rare occasion they turn up on the second hand market you're looking at the top end of three figures. It's a special record, and you're never gonna get a better chance to bag a copy - don't sleep!

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  says: Numero rock our world with a much needed reissue of THE Indian disco holy grail, Rupa's magnificent "Disco Jazz". An East meets West affair, the LP combines Rupa's echoing vocals with slick disco grooves, spacey synths and all kinds of strung out psychedelia resulting in a cosmic bomb for the most enlightened of listeners. It's a must have!

                  TRACK LISTING

                  A1. Moja Bhari Moja
                  A2. East West Shuffle
                  A3. Aaj Shanibar
                  B1. Ayee Morshume
                  B2. Be-Reham Duniya

                  Step By Step

                  Time After Time / She's Gone

                  Soaring falsetto lead from 13-year-old Johnnie Gee, who, alongside brothers Jerome and Dewitt and a handful of kids from their Milwaukee stomping grounds, formed Step By Step in 1969. Gee and company’s 1972 sweet soul double sider for Jim Kirchstein’s regional powerhouse Cuca Records is among the rarest singles produced by the Sauk City outfit over its 13 year run, barely making it outside of Wisconsin before appearing on 2007’s Home Schooled: The ABCs of Kid Soul album. Step By Step’s “Time After Time” has since become a highly sought after single on the low rider circuit, and was prominently featured in season two of Aziz Ansari’s breakout Netflix series Master of None. Both sides have been remastered from the original analog Cuca masters

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Time After Time
                  2. She’s Gone 

                  Happy Rhodes


                    The first authoritative compilation of American dream pop artist Happy Rhodes, whose singular songwriting and four-octave vocal range emanated from the pastoral confines of upstate New York in the 1980s. Her melding of classical music influences with synthesizer and acoustic guitar, and her enchanting and idiosyncratic singing, are favorably compared to heralded English chanteuse Kate Bush. Fans of such artistic pop music would be remiss to overlook Rhodes’s similarly remarkable and otherworldly sonic transmissions, traversing tales of dreamers, outsiders, lovers and other lovely and terrifying creatures born of a wellspring of wild creativity and bold imagination. Affectionately remastered from the original tapes, Ectotrophia gathers essential songs from Rhodes’s mid-’80s salad days, many written when she was just a teenager—wildly ahead of her time and unafraid to bare her soul to regional audiences, the ectophiles who’d eventually coin an entire subgenre of pop music in her honor. Dive deep into ecto, with the woman who started it all.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Oh The Drears
                    2. I Cannot Go On
                    3. Would That I Could
                    4. Where Do I Go
                    5. For We Believe

                    1. When The Rain Came Down
                    2. If Love Is A Game, I Win
                    3. I’m Not Awake, I’m Not Asleep
                    4. Baby Don’t Go

                    1. Come Here
                    2. Don’t Want To Hear It
                    3. If So
                    4. I’ll Let You Go
                    5. Because I Learn

                    1. I Am A Legend
                    2. Perfect Irony
                    3. Many Nights
                    4. To Be E. Mortal

                    Bernadette Carroll

                    Laughing On The Outside

                    Though not a household name, Bernadette Carroll is one of the more successful teen vocalists of the girl group era. She charted as a member of the Angels, as a solo act, and as a for-hire backup singer, performing on at least two #1 hits, selling over a million copies of each. You’ve heard her voice, whether you know it or not.

                    Her early ’60s work with Hazlet, New Jersey, producer Tommy Falcone resulted in a handful of singles for the Cleopatra and Julia labels, including the syrupy ballad “Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)” and the upbeat dancer “Heavenly.” “Laughing” was buried in a New Jersey basement until the label pulled it from obscurity for last year’s 'End of the F***ing World' for Netflix, which garnered the track five million streams in its first three months. Bernadette Carroll will be featured prominently on Teen Expo: The Cleopatra Label and Basement Beehive: The Girl Group Underground, both due this fall.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Laughing On The Outside
                    2. Heavenly

                    Express Rising

                    Fixed Rope II

                      The fourth Express Rising LP (and second featuring the expanded lineup of William Suran and Kevin Blagg, in addition to leader Dante Carfagna) finds the trio largely eschewing percussion in favor of twelve concise, three-minute-or-so-long bittersweet excursions that nevertheless retain the restrained, measured, and highly melodic scaffolding of their previous work. There’s more than a bit of Santo & Johnny at their most somnambulant here, slightly glazed, definitely reverb’d out, mysteriously bottling the flaring, saturated light of the desert at dusk.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Smooth False Foxglove
                      2. Canary Folded
                      3. Area Man
                      4. Drawing Of A Lake
                      5. Mansion
                      6. Asunder

                      1. Focus Puller
                      2. No Trace Of You
                      3. Unfamiliar Lights
                      4. Pass From View
                      5. The Apache Door
                      6. Touch Of Goodbye

                      Various Artists

                      Bobo Yéyé: Belle Époque In Upper Volta

                        Bobo Yéyé: Belle Époque in Upper Volta From his studio in central Bobo-Dioulasso, photographer Sory Sanlé documented a nation’s transformation from colonial foothold to cosmopolitan oasis. Bobo Yeye: Belle Epoque in Upper Volta provides an intimate look into the landlocked nation’s pop culture explosion of the 1970s. A melange of community elders and emboldened youth spill from the brightly lit confines of Sanlé’s Volta Photo into the dimly lit nightclubs of Upper Volta’s cultural capital. Accompanying this hardbound monograph are dozens of rare and evocative recordings spread over three discs by Bobo-Dioulasso’s musical titans: Volta Jazz, Dafra Star, Echo Del Africa, and Les Imbattables Léopards.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        1. Volta Jazz - Air Volta
                        2. Volta Jazz - Bi Kameleou
                        3. Volta Jazz - Fitri Mawaly
                        4. Volta Jazz - Djougou Toro
                        5. Volta Jazz - BB Peyrissac
                        6. Volta Jazz - Mama Soukous
                        7. Volta Jazz – Fintalabo
                        8. Volta Jazz - Wêrê Wêrê Magni
                        9. Volta Jazz - Nâgô Fâla
                        10. Volta Jazz - Mousso Koroba Tike
                        11. Volta Jazz - Dounya Te Soyé *
                        12. Volta Jazz - Beni Djarabi *
                        13. Volta Jazz - Chérie Nawa *
                        14. Volta Jazz - Ma Douce Ledy *
                        15. Volta Jazz - Djougou Malola *
                        16. Volta Jazz - Na Dalo *
                        17. Dafra Star** - De Nwolo 
                        18. Dafra Star - Sie Koumgolo19. Dafra Star – Dounian
                        20. Dafra Star - Si Tu Maime 
                        21. Dafra Star – Tjiranama
                        22. Dafra Star – Yafamma
                        23. Dafra Star – Foli
                        24. Dafra Star - Ram Passomayé 
                        25. Dafra Star - Bombossi *
                        26. Dafra Star - Sondja Magni * 
                        27. Dafra Star - Limaniya *
                        28. Echo Del Africa – Gentlemen Doromina
                        29. Les Imbattables Léopards - Bissongo Lebguinw 
                        30. Les Imbattables Léopards - Dja Tigui Kie 
                        31. Les Imbattables Léopards – Milaoba 
                        32. Echo Del Africa - Yiri Wah 
                        33. Les Imbattables Léopards - Néné 
                        34. Ouedraogo Youssef - He Ya Wannan 
                        35. Idy OIdrissa - Arindo 
                        36. Les Imbattables Léopards – Ne Toumdé *
                        37. Les Imbattables Léopards - Boudou Nyida *

                        * Available On CD Only 

                        ** Full Band Name Is Coulibaly Tidiani & Dafrastar

                        School is back in session! A decade removed from their acclaimed Homeschooled compilation comes a new class of talent show titans. With enterprising parents, neighbors and teachers turning play dates into recording dates, groups like Magical Connection, Little Man and the Inquires, and Five Ounces of Soul emulated the Jacksons, who'd made grade-school stardom appear easy as ABC. "Afterschool Special: The 123s Of Kid Soul" contains 19 tiny tunes ranging from bilingual D.A.R.E. anthem, to James Brown bio, to young love and life beyond the playground. 

                        STAFF COMMENTS

                        says: Numero have done it again! Risking respiratory disease and a bad case of diggers knee (you know what I'm talking about) the reissue masters teach us a lesson with their second excursion into the strange and beautiful world of grade school funk.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Bethlehem Center Children's Choir - I'm A Special Kid
                        Scott Three - Runnin' Wild (Ain't Gonna Help You)
                        Jimi Hill - Guessing Games
                        Leonard (Lil' Man) Kaigler - You Got Me Believing
                        Cash - I Love You Still
                        Brighter Side Of Darkness - Because I Love You
                        Next Movement - Every Where You Go
                        The Bennett's - I Want A Little Girl
                        Future Kind - Simon Says
                        The Dynamics - I'm Free, No Dope For Me
                        The Brother's Rap - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
                        The Greer Brothers - We Don't Dig No Busing (The Busing Song)
                        Little Man & The Inquires - Funky Breakdown
                        Five Ounces Of Soul - Love Got A Piece Of Your Mind
                        Magical Connection - Girl Why Do You Want To Take My Heart
                        Soul Emotions & Co - It's Time For Love
                        Brotherly Five - Losing My Girl
                        The Mighty Mustangs - The Other Guy
                        Nancy Dupree With A Group Of Youngsters - James Brown

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