Soul Jazz Records release SPACE FUNK - Afro-Futurist Electro Funk in Space 1976-84, an intergalactic journey into black space, fuelled...
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SPACE FUNK is a lovingly compiled collection of superb, rare and off-the-wall space funk and electro, mostly released on small independent labels in the late 1970s and 1980s. features music by jamie jupitor, solaris, robotron 4, juju & the space rangers and many more intergalactic space warriors.
L E O - Fee Fi Fo Fum The Sonarphonic - Super Breaker Santiago - Bionic Funk Frank Cornilius - Computer Games JUJU & The Space Rangers - Plastic Jamie Jupitor - Computer Power Solaris - Space Invaders Copperfield - Make It Good To Me Baby Robotron 4 - Electro? Ernest Flippin II - Supersonic Space Lady Funk Machine - Funk Machine Ramsey 2C-3D - Fly Guy And The Unemployed Osé - Computer Funk 7 Below Zero Band - Seven (We Are) Rodney Stepp - Break- Out