Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Fattest of Fatback
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: FATBACK BAND Title: FATTEST OF FATBACK Street Release Date: 03/18/1997
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: FATBACK BAND
Title: FATTEST OF FATBACK
Street Release Date: 03/18/1997
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A. R SCOTT | Houston, Texas | 12/04/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I love this group this is a good cd. This cd contains some good songs but it is missing "Up Against the Wall". How in the world can they put out the best of without "Up Against the Wall" I am giving the Band 5 stars; but I am giving the cd 4 stars because it is lacking a lot of good songs."
Disregard the last review
Patrick Frierson | chicago, Il | 01/15/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'll admit that I gave the complimation a bad review at first because I didn't take time to really listen to band's music. To say that their music is weak is totally inaccurate after repeated listenings. Eventhough the group is somewhat deritative in terms having a singular musical identity, their grooves are heavy and hypnotic and demands your attention upon hearing them.
Fatback may've never released any memorable albums that were being released Slave, Cameo, Rick James and others at the time, but their songs were just as great as theirs and since they had a longer lifespan than most funk bands, they were able to add more great songs to their catalog than other funk bands.
In other words if you are indeed looking for a hidden funk treasure I strongly recommend this complimation or any other great fatback complimation for listening pleasure. it's a 4.5 star complimation and should not be missed."
First Rap Song Ever on this Disc
Anthony Ian | Chicago, IL United States | 02/03/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Not many people realize it, but "King Tim III: Personality Jock" was actually the first rap song ever released. Most people assume it's "Rapper's Delight," which actually came out later the same month."King Tim" is actually a pretty damn funky song; although the rapping is primarily at the beginning and in the middle. There are some serious funk jams on this record that still sound fresh. If you're a fan of old-school funk, this is a must-have. Plus, you can impress friends and loved ones by explaining to them that only educated musicologists know that "King Tim" was the first rap song..."