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This seminal group, purveyors of all that is funky and groovy announces the re-release of it's long out of print first three recordings now available on the Trippin N Rhythm record label and a soon to be released special edition box set with the inclusion of live tracks; Staten Island Groove, Concrete Jungle, Brooklyn Heights and Deja Vu recorded live in the studio with many of the bands original members. With millions of records sold worldwide, a grammy nomination and a string of chart topping singles, Down To The Bone re-emerges from the shadows with it's newly gained rights to these recordings, at long last making them available again for purchase in America and Canada. Group founder Stuart Wade who created a singular cottage industry with his groove and funk laden sounds that captured and captivated the American radio and a devoted legion of fans world wide, is excited to be able to bring back these recordings that set the table for a long and storied career over the course of eleven records for he and the band. Using many of the original band members in the UK, Wade went about making a live in studio recording of the four songs featured as bonus tracks on the box set that really capture the natural energy and cohesion of a group that electrifies with it's boundless drive and energy. This special edition box set will be available in stores in American and Canada on April 26th.
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