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|1.||"Play Dem Games" (3:19)|
|2.||"London Strut" (3:24)|
|3.||"Tongue Ain't Got No Bone" (3:50)|
|4.||"Voice Of Change" (2:46)|
|5.||"I've Got To Know" (4:12)|
|2.||"Don't Give Up On Love" (5:33)|
|3.||"Give Me All Of Your Funk" (3:42)|
|4.||"Don't Let It Work On You" (2:19)|
|5.||"Funk It Up" (2:55)|
If you've immersed yourself in London's funk and soul scene in recent years, you'll most likely have come across the Soul Grenades. The band has been performing in the city's clubs and live venues for a while, earning a reputation for tight instrumentation, soaring, full-throated vocals and a signature sound that sounds a little fresher and punchier than many acts with similarly vintage influences. All of these fine qualities come to the fore on "Pull The Pin", a debut album that ripples with strong songs and rousing, dancefloor-friendly workouts. Highlights include the sweaty drum breaks, fast-paced slap bass and rousing horns of "Voice of Change", the summery sweetness of "Sunshine", the high-octane funk fizz of "Don't Let It Work On You" and the fuzzy, Clavinet-sporting shuffle of "London Strut".
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