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Seven Eleven | The New Come Out

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The New Come Out

by Seven Eleven

No deep lyrics, just plain butt-shaking grooves, loaded wah-wah guitar, soulful lead vocals, energetic raps and heavy keyboards supplemented by a thick layer of thumb-slapping bass and groove-in-da-pocket drums.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. Unfunky B.I.T.C.H.
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2. Say P-Funk
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3. The Come Out
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4. Good Life
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5. Mellow
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6. Heavy Down
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7. Mellow part 2
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8. We Ain't Here To Funk
4:38 $0.99
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9. handieLude 1
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10. Funkin' The City
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11. handieLude 2
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12. Unfunky Bitch (original version)
3:47 $0.99
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13. Unfunky Bitch (don't stop)
0:21 $0.99
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14. Dirty Frog (live)
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15. Say P-Funk (live)
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16. Get 'm down! (live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'The best funk band in Europe' was founded in Amsterdam in 1987. After winning the Camelpop award in 1993, Seven Eleven refined their funk formula on stage for many years.
In 1995 the band recorded their debut album The Come Out in Studio Le Roy Amsterdam with help of New York guitarist and producer Menace (Madonna, Bill Laswell, P-Funk). The record was released in 1996 and received outstanding acclaims. Through the years the band’s energetic live reputation was growing rapidly and soon Seven Eleven concerts were broadcasted on radio and television. Unfunky B.I.T.C.H. (1999), the band’s first single, appeared on several funk compilations.
In the new millennium, Seven Eleven played and recorded with Fred Wesley (James Brown, Parliament), Mudbone Cooper (Parliament, Bootsy’s Rubber Band), Dawn Silva (Brides of Funkenstein) and many others.

QUOTES:
"Your album is THE FUNK BOMB. I have not heard a record since the heyday of funk that is as funky as yours. Every song brings some serious funk, and everything is ultra-tight. Nice raps, fly beats and I severely dig the funk bass on the record. Truly slammin'.
(Keith Foster, Morrisville, USA)

"I play your stuff several times each show, especially Unfunky bitch! You guys have a real hit on your hands!"
(The Good Reverend, DJ on The First Church Of Funk KDUR 91.9 FM, Durango, Colorado, USA)

I'm very impressed with what I have heard"
(Dave Redford, DJ on 99.7 FM Brisbane, Australia)

"I really enjoyed the experience!!!!! You guys rock!!!!"
(Whitetoast, DJ on WMEB 91.9 FM, Orono, ME 04469, USA)

"The CD's solid and full of groove. My highest compliments, this is first-rate Funk"
(Nick Foster, The Ambassador of Funk and DJ on CKUT Radio, Canada)

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Andreas Koch


This CD make me happy. Very nicely.
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Andreas Koch


Excellent CD, please further thus CD baby.
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Lukas Quinkert

Excelent Music!
This CD is really great, I love it.

I hope to see you live soon.
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