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Making the huge leap from Detroit-area house parties to the worldwide club scene, Detroit Grand Pubahs pulled out all the stops on their first full-length for Jive Electro. Beginning with a lush P-Funk electro sing-along of the title track, Funk All Y'all introduces an assortment of Pubah aliases — Offbeat Killer and Evil W & Flavor Ice for two hilarious hip-hop send-ups, Percy Slade for "Plasticine Gene," Nurse Hearse for "Involvement Fluid" — over whip-smart booty techno and primitivist electro. Reprised here, the 2000 club hit "Sandwiches" ("I will be the burger baby and you will be the bun/so make your thighs like butter, easy to spread/and we can make sandwiches on the dancefloor") sounds perfectly natural next to knowing send-ups like "One Hump or Two" and "After School Special" ("she earns a lot of cash without working"). Andy Toth and Paris the Black Fu proved themselves masters of the production game long ago, and though the music is often relegated to second-division status amidst all the role-playing, Funk All Y'all is great fun for all those bored by the scads of "intelligent" techno out there.


Formed: Detroit, MI

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

The Detroit Grand Pubahs, combine silly lyrics and minimal production to create a signature sound. Often labeled a novelty act, the Pubahs are Detroit natives, Dr. Toefinger (Andy Toth) and Paris the Black Fu (Mack Goudy, Jr.) They are mostly associated with their first single, "Sandwiches", which was carried by both Throw and Jive Electro Records. Andy Toth, half of the Pubahs, started playing the drums in various bands when he was sixteen and going to dance parties soon after. Dance music clicked...
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Funk All Y’all, Detroit Grand Pubahs
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Techno
  • Released: 01 June 2001

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