Zacky Force Funk* & Kutmah ‎– Fukk

Clone Crown Ltd. ‎– CCrown2
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A1 Fukk
Vocals – Zackey Force Funk
A2 Bombs
A3 The Split
B1 Funky Gangster
B2 Pistol Grip
B3 Shitty Shotgun Pellets

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c+p Clone Records 2009.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): CCLONE CROWN LTD LTD. 86362 1A CCROWN 02
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 86362 1B CCROWN 02


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February 16, 2017

Don't get what's with all the negative reviews. I first heard 'The Split' on some mixes from around the time of release. Yes, it's not the most sophisticated of records, but, like Hip-Hop, it takes some obvious and some slightly more obscure samples and turns them into something a little different and great fun.

Funky Gangster has some slight 'melody clash' but so what.. it's almost lo-fi and from what I understand this is Zackey's earliest work, which he started quite late in his (rather colourful) life and never took it too seriously - neither should you. Just enjoy the vibes and feel the grooves.

And if it means searching out the original samples and discovering new music because of it, then all the better. Aswell as enjoying a music 'career', Zackey is also putting his engineering skills to good use, and working long hours for one of the most innovative space age companies. Good on him! Keep up the great work!


June 15, 2016
edited about 1 month ago

B3 is a ripoff of Flying Lotus' Shhh! with the dumbest vocal samples there ever was.


February 3, 2016
B1 is not only taken from Tom Tom Club's "Wordy Rappinghood", but also the bassline is taken from Risan's "Eastern Palace".


July 26, 2010
Track A3 is a rip-off Legowelt's "Arrival", see

Also here, some vocals were added, but no credits were given. It's a complete mystery how this can happen on a label, where Legowelt himself released before!?

B1 is Tomtom Blub's "Wordy Rappinghood" and so on.



June 26, 2010
edited over 10 years ago

A2 is actually music that was created by Harald Großkopf not ZFF. The track is from the album Synthesist (1980) and the track is called "Emphasis". The track has been completely butchered by ZFF by throwing some whisper-hipster vocals on top and calling it Bombs.
Note: It's rather disappointing that no credit has been given to the orignal artist (Großkopf) and that ZFF continue to believe that they have made this music that they have clearly not made. They (ZFF) just talk over the Großkopf track.