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Zapp & Roger - All The Greatest Hits

 (Half Neon/Half Colored Vinyl)





Product No.:
ARHI 45143
UPC: 603497844272
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140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 140 Gram


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140-gram gatefold 2LP neon pink and orange colored vinyl

Includes "More Bounce To The Ounce" and "Computer Love"

Zapp (also known as the Zapp Band, Zapp & Roger) is an American funk band that emerged from Dayton, Ohio, United States, in 1977. The band's first Greatest Hits compilation from their first four albums, originally released on Reprise in 1993, includes "More Bounce To The Ounce" sampled by The Notorious BIG, and "Computer Love" sampled by 2Pac. On two color per LP 140-gram colored vinyl.

Side A
1. More Bounce to the Ounce - By Zapp
2. Be Alright - By Zapp
3. I Heard It Through the Grapevine - By Roger
4. So Ruff, so Tuff - By Roger

Side B
1. Do It Roger - By Roger
2. Dance Floor (Pt. I) [Single Version] - By Zapp
3. Doo Wa Ditty (Blow That Thing) - By Zapp
4. I Can Make You Dance (Pt. I) - By Zapp
5. Heartbreaker (Pt. I, Pt. II) - By Zapp

Side C
1. In the Mix - By Roger
2. Midnight Hour (Pt. I) [Single Version] - By Roger
3. Computer Love - By Zapp
4. Night and Day - By Roger

Side D
1. I Want to Be Your Man - By Roger
2. Curisosity 93 - By Zapp
3. Slow and Easy
4. Mega Medley - By Zapp

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Time machine powered by electro funk

posted on 07/20/2021
5 Stars
It's easy to understand the influences this band operated under with just a single listen. Most of this music was in heavy rotation on boom boxes, car stereos and turntables when I was a teenager, so it already carries a nostalgic value to it. Moving past that, however, these songs and the music (quirky sounding as it may be upon first blush) are solid portions of heavy funk that challenge you to sit still in any capacity while listening to them. The collection rightly opens with "More Bounce to the Ounce" and doesn't let up or disappoint. Some reviews I have read take sole exception with the quality of the Zapp medley, and that is fair. It could have been done a bit better. The rest of the record is well worth the money spent, even excluding the cool looking vinyl and the colorful and glossy gatefold of the cover. If you want to peer into late 70's/mid to late 80's funk that packs a true punch, this is your jam.

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