InObscuria Podcast

Ep. 40: Sumthin' Smells FUNKY Vol.3! - Rise of tha Funky Junkies

Episode Summary

Welcome back my friends to Ep. 40 where this week our rock n’ roll grave robbers witness the rise of sumthin’ funky! It started with a post from the one-and-only: Jimi Hazel about a group named, Slave, that sent us back down to funky town. So, once again: cut your lava lamps on, slip into some velvet and your highest platform boots, and pick your funky-dos to spherical perfection! That’s right funky junkies… it’s a Funk Rock extravaganza!

Episode Notes

What is it that we do here at InObscuria? We exhume obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. In this episode we take a listen to all 3, as we move n’ groove our way through the last 40-years of funk-infused rock n’ roll. This genre has a special meaning to the hosts, which is why at only episode 40 of the show; we are already on Volume 3! 

Songs this week include:

  1. Slave – “Separated” from Slave (1977)
  2. Jimi Hazel – “Sheep” from 21st CenturySouthBronxRockStar (2002)
  3. Supergroove – “Next Time” from Tractor EP (1995)
  4. The Good Guys – “My World” from Black Rock Coalition - The History Of Our Future (1991)
  5. Royal Crescent Mob – “Blow One Off” from Omerta (1987)
  6. Urban Dance Squad – “Big Apple” from Mental Floss For The Globe (1990)
  7. Slammin’ Gladys – “Where Were U” from Slammin’ Gladys (1992)
  8. Full Stop – “Right Or Wrong” from G.Y.S.T. (1993)

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