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In addition, I must say The Eighteenth Street Lounge record label has their finger on the pulse of today's slick style music, with artist like Nicola Conte, Thievery Corporation, Desmond Williams, and Thunderball, check'em out.
Another roundly pounced reviewer called it "wall paper" in passing; sorry, downtempo chillbots, they're right! For simliar but infinitely BETTER 70's groove cinematic tracks, listen instead to the current German acid-jazz, R&B funk outfit, Mo' Horizons (for first-rate funkadelics, start with Sunshine Today). Just because music is "orginal to its era" doesn't make it good!
No filler - every track is solid.
If you've been put off by their previous release (which was quite weak), give them one more try. It will be worth it.
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Blaxploitation funk, cinematic soul, bossa nova lounge, downtempo dub, and downtown drum'n'bass all come together to create a hipster vibe few other groups could even aspire to,... Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by whitestboyalive
PRODUCT WAS AS ADVERTISED AND REC'D QUICKLY. THE MUSIC IS VERY UPBEAT AND AGAIN THE SERVICE WAS VERY QUICK AND APPRECIATED.Published on December 4, 2011 by CAROLYN
If it's smooth grooves you're lookin' for this CD deserves a listen. It took me a while to find a copy at a reasonable price, but it was worth the hunting and waiting. Read morePublished on June 16, 2007 by J. Strandberg
This makes me feel like I'm in a Bond film. Sometimes I drive too fast. It's super-snazzy and ultra-hipPublished on January 11, 2006 by Franken Beans
Thunderball it's not only a group in the Costes series.
It' a real great group, very original and with an own style. Read more
If a "blaxploitation" film was to ever be done in the 21st century, Thunderball's "Scorpio Rising" would be the perfect soundtrack for it. Read morePublished on December 15, 2003 by D. Lee
Funky & jazzy dnb with 70s funk feel.
Another great artist on the ESL recordings.