The late Erol "Pumpkin" Bedward was a legendary multi-instrument arranger (best known as a drummer) behind a lot of records on Enjoy, Profile and Tuff City, and, most famously, performed the "disco-skip" on Spoonie Gee's "Love Rap." Incredible funk back tracks, each one unique--unlike other bands at the time ('79, '80, '81, etc.) whose tracks are so incestuous. He was also a drum machine innovator, recognized as "king of the beats" before Mantronik. One of Pumpkin's nastiest pieces is the "instrumental" B-side to Fantasy Three's "Biters in The City," which, with its haunting Vocoder drone is anything but instrumental. They also use a flanged-type vocoder effect later on the "instrumental."