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The Budos BandThe Budos Band II

Label:Daptone Records – DAP-011
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Latin, Funk / Soul
Style:Afrobeat, Funk

Tracklist

A1Chicago Falcon
Written-ByKalkyonji, Anandji*
A2Budos Rising
Written-ByJ. Carbonella*, M. Deller*
A3Ride Or Die
A4Mas O Menos
A5Adeniji
B1King Cobra
Written-ByB. Profilio*
B2My Girl
Written-ByW. Robinson*
B3Origin Of Man
B4Scorpion
Written-ByA. Green*
B5Deep In The Sand
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Notes

Recorded and Mixed at Daptone Studios House Of Soul, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY.

Copies distributed after 2009 came with a barcode sticker on the rear shrink wrap, with the number "8 23134-00111 4".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 823134001114
  • Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 8 23134 00111 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Etched): DAP-011-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Etched): DAP-011-B WG/NRP ⓤ

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The Budos Band II (CD, Album)Daptone RecordsDAP-011US2007
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The Budos Band II (CD, Album)Daptone RecordsDAP-011Australia2007
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The Budos Band II (CDr, Album, Promo)Daptone RecordsDAP-011-PUS2007
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The Budos Band II (10×File, FLAC, Album)Daptone RecordsnoneUS2007
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The Budos Band II (CD, Album)P-Vine RecordsPCD-23995Japan2007

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Reviews

  • MusicCyclist's avatar
    MusicCyclist
    I was just sent this album by a friend out of the blue. What an amazing surprise and treat. This is a great listen. Jazzy, groovy, funky and adventurous. Wow. I had never heard of this band but I am so happy I know about them now.
    What a great listen on wax. Three x back to back.
    Swing, dance and just smile!!
    • puzl_munkey's avatar
      puzl_munkey
      I am in absolute shock from this album. This is literally the best "modern" (post-70's) LP I have heard in the funk/soul/instrumental genre ever. The sound is so damn 70's/analog authentic, you would be hard-pressed to sort it out from any top-shelf release from back in the day. I am seriously impressed, I had almost taken it as a matter of fact that modern funk would just never sound as it used to. This had always been somewhat of a fairly big deterrent for me in listening to modern releases. The Budos Band II LP has definitely altered my view on this subject; I'm nwo completely re-invigorated and excited about the future of funk/groove music...I wonder what else I've been sleeping on. Much respect to the band and the engineers for dialing this in, they absolutely know their stuff and have produced an incredible record. Essential wax...Trust !

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