Detroit outfit never got their big break & judging by this smoking
slab of prime funk, it's a complete mystery how success eluded them.
Oozing with the very same kind of grooves found in class acts like
Brick, Slave, Cameo & the Kay-Gees, this album explodes from the
opening salvo & never relents until the fade of the final cut.
Packed with snappy bass lines, rubbery vocals & punchy guitars,
"Shotgun" cruises along at a generally restless pace & leaves the
listener satisfied in the end. How these boys never made the big leap
is beyond me.
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