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Speedometer - Take A Chance
7" Vinyl
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Take A Chance

Freestyle Records

Released: 7th May 2007 | 2 track funk single
Speedometer, the UK's premier funk band started out as a quartet gigging in small clubs in the Southeast of England in 1999, playing classic funk tunes by artists such as The Meters and The JB's. The emerging modern funk boom of the mid 90s, aided by magazines such as Big Daddy and DJs Keb Darge, Snowboy and Jazzman Gerald, lapped up the authentic sounds and tight arrangements of these young enthusiastic bands. Following the hugely successful singles “Work It Out†and “At The Speakeasy†and albums “This is Speedometer†Volumes 1 & 2, aswell as last years “Diggin Deeper†compilation of early rarities, the band return to the fray with a brand new long player of fresh material. Featuring vocalist Ria Currie, the album picks up where the last left off - jam packed with instantaneously catchy riffs, blasting horns, neck snapping drums and the familiar guitar work and production sound of Leigh Gracie. Here you find 2 tracks Take A Chance and Main Man.