Eric Duncan's C.O.M.B.I shaped journey through the alphabet of discotheque arrives at inter-section O & P for two suitably obscure cuts from the Rub n Tug man. Leading the way is "Don't Stop Dance" lifted straight from the late 70s NY disco underground and displaying all the fine edit trademarks you'd expect from Dr Dunks - extended breaks, slick sliced and diced vocals and neatly embellished rumbling rhythms. On the flip the brilliantly named "Swamp Googie Crisco" slips into Dirty South funk rock mode - coming across as like The Kings Of Leon eschewing the stadium rock millions for some pick heavy Roadhouse boogie.
Mukatsuku Records Chart, Felix Dickinson, Dicky Trisco, Tal M. Klein, Justin Carter, Pat Les Stache (Cabana Disco), YAM WHO?, Faze Action, Eric Duncan, Eddie C, Neil Diablo, Rayko, Rob Mello, Sccucci Manucci, Eric 'Dr. Dunks' Duncan, Woody Wood Jr., Mudd (Claremont 56)
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