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Zapp is the debut studio album by the American funk band Zapp, released on July 28, 1980 by Warner Bros. The album's style was highly similar to c, as the band was working with and being mentored by both Parliament members William Earl "Bootsy" Collins and George Clinton during the album's production. The album was produced by Zapp frontman Roger Troutman and Bootsy. The Troutman family of the Zapp band had close ties with the Collins family, both being Ohio natives.
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June 20, 2018 In News. A tribute to Roger Troutman, featuring Bootsy Collins, Tuxedo and Snoop Dogg. Few bands captured the slick sound of late ’70s and ’80s funk quite like Zapp. Built around four Troutman brothers Roger, Larry, Lester and Terry, Zapp’s trailblazing use of the talk-box was influential in the the development of electro, hip-hop and G-funk. It spawned a litany of monster hits like ‘More Bounce To The Ounce’, ‘Dance Floor’ and quite possibly the greatest slow jam of all time, ‘Computer Love’
The Meltdown by The Meltdown, released 07 April 2017 1. Darkness Into Light 2. Crooked Country 3. Secret Life 4. Forever And Always 5. Don't Hesitate 6. How Funny Is Another Man's Pain 7. Better Days 8. Slow Fever 9. The Other Side 10. Colours In The Sky The Meltdown, Melbourne’s purveyors of the finest country soul, are delighted to announce the release of their self-titled debut album on 7th April, 2017 through HopeStreet Recordings.