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Customer Reviews

Original Grooves

I loved this album when it came out. I never thought Chic was a disco band. I thought they made great, cool rhythm, groove strong songs. And this release really shows off Nile Rodgers' guitar work. There hasn't been a better , tighter duo of Nile and Bernard Edwards since. In the R&B scene where originality is scarce and is filled with rip-off samples, Chic are in a class by the themselves.

I agree with previous reviewer-Chic is Chic!

Nile and Bernard had a knack for cranking out catchy dance songs like "Good Times" and countless others. But behind the sometimes banal lyrics, was a group of incredibly talented musicians that far-exceeded the mindlessness of Disco. One listen to this album and you'll understand exactly I mean.

Not as bad

Not as bad as other keasha songs I have to say its ok but not cool it's not my favorite song

Biography

Formed: 1977 in New York, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

There can be little argument that Chic was disco's greatest band; and, working in a heavily producer-dominated field, they were most definitely a band. By the time Chic appeared in the late '70s, disco was already slipping into the excess that eventually caused its downfall. Chic bucked the trend by stripping disco's sound down to its basic elements; their funky, stylish grooves had an organic sense of interplay that was missing from many of their overproduced competitors. Chic's sound was anchored...
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