Filthy Funk | Eklectric

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Eklectric

by Filthy Funk

Danielle Ponder’s vocals soar as each song presents fresh combinations of funk, disco, reggae and rock.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. Intro (feat. Jimmie Highsmith Jr.)
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2. Breathe
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3. The Real You
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4. Hustle
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5. Get It
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6. Interlude - Devcam
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7. Ride of Your Life (feat. Hassaan Mackey)
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8. No Limit
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9. Interlude - Eklectric
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10. Music (feat. Zahyia & Ric Rude)
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11. Interlude - Makin' Beats (feat. Miguel Urbina)
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12. All For You
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13. Last Time
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14. Free
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15. Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For a band that’s proven so adept at deep funk grooves, Filthy Funk refuses to take the easy way out on its new album, Eklectric, which is officially released on December 19th, 2009. If you were expecting a predictable facsimile of Filthy Funk’s dense, highly danceable live sound, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Core members John Viviani and Nick Murray take an adventurous, forward-thinking approach to the new album’s production that not only keeps pace with today’s soul innovators but arguably steps out ahead of the pack. Somehow, they manage to restrain, even minimize, every instrument yet still come up with music that brims with power and drama. Danielle Ponder’s vocals soar as each song presents fresh combinations of funk, disco, reggae and rock— BY SABY REYES-KULKARNI


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Andrea

filthier and funkier than ever
Fantastic soulful female vocals + funky guitar/keyboards/electronic sounds = a new album that lures you in and takes you on a journey through hope for peace and the quest for self-discovery, with a well-placed hip-hop ditty and the grooviest outtake known to man. Buy it and regret nothing.