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A Band Called Flash / Rush Hour

Dr Rob, Test Pressing, Review, Jared Hines, Ron Trent, A Band Called Flash, Rush Hour

“The Gift” has The Time dancing in zoot-suited formation to the Minneapolis Funk of Prince`s “Controversy”. A lead guitar Detroit leaning. “Mother Confessor” strips it back, ups the handclaps and sounds more like Jam & Lewis making good their escape with the S.O.S. Band. That guitar now reaching for outerspace. “Nicci” recaptures the innovative, independent Brit-Funk of Andy Sojka`s Atmosfear, while “People`s Palace (Devotion)” & “Sliph” take that template and do it over in the manner of Faze Action and the Idjut Boys, all jazzy keys, an “Another One Bites The Dust” b-line, bongos and delay.

A Band Called Flash is Jared Hines, and the project also has something to do with Ron Trent. The 12 comes in smart artwork by Statz.

Dr Rob, Test Pressing, Review, Jared Hines, Ron Trent, A Band Called Flash, Rush Hour

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