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Fakin' The Funk (Remix) Vinyl 7"

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summer 1992 anthem, the end of Main Source
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Officially licensed 7" pressing of Main Source's 1992 anthem, the final collaboration between K-Cut, Sir Scratch and Large Professor before Large Pro dipped. Mr Bongo hook up the superior remix version plus the remix instrumental on seven inch for the first time ever. OG Lab review:

God this was the hardest song in the world to find when it first came out. Absolute perfect Large Professor beat, and one of those tracks that falls into the "does anybody even remember what the original sounds like" category. The kind of thing that got me super hyped for summertime nights, sort of a pre-"Regulators" dudes anthem. But no single, no CD, not even the White Man Can't Jump soundtrack like it was supposed to be. I think it was the end of Wild Pitch, the end of Main Source and during the time when vinyl took a major production dip. Anyway, it's a great 12" track that's turned up a couple times on import joints like this over the years, but they don't last long. Instrumental included.

  • black vinyl 7-inch
  • official UK import reissue
  • includes instrumental
  • housed in picture sleeve
  • music label: Mr Bongo 2021
reviewed by the mgmnt 08/2006
UPC: 7119691272672

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