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Funk Frankenstein!

'Harlem Breakdown' is the theme song for which your funk superhero alter ego has longed. The original single is massive and the Rocoe Turbofunk Mix melts face. Launch these horns from every speaker you own and get to this tune before hipsters declare it cool. GET YOUR FUNK-FACE ON! The Young Punx are made up of the people who are the reason the Giant Chart-Stomping Arena-Selling-Out acts do so well - they're the musicians, producers and tour band creators behind every major monster act out there, so it's no surprise that when the Punx get down to their OWN thing, it truly is the best thing ever!


Formed: 2003 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

From their ironic obsession with the cheesiest elements of 1980s pop culture to their conceptual focus on media satire and pop culture in-jokes, the Young Punx are both aptly named and a credible pair of dance music provocateurs in the manner of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, aka the Timelords and the KLF. (Indeed, one suspects that this London-based duo has read Drummond and Cauty's tongue-in-cheek recipe for pop success, The Manual [How to Have a Number One the Easy Way], more than once.) The Young...
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Harlem Breakdown - Single, The Young Punx
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  • $1.99
  • Genres: House, Music, Dance
  • Released: Nov 04, 2013

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