Zapp - Zapp II FLAC album
Perhaps best known for record-breaking hits like Doo Wa Ditty, More Bounce To The Ounce and I Want To Be Your Man - it's no question that Zapp were one o. .
Album · 1982 · 6 Songs.
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Zapp collection. This the debut and Roger's first solo album are the pinnacle of Dayton funk along with Sun and Slave also at the top of their game right at this time as well.
Zapp is the debut studio album by the American funk band Zapp, released on July 28, 1980 by Warner Bros. The album's style was highly similar to c, as the band was working with and being mentored by both Parliament members William Earl "Bootsy" Collins and George Clinton during the album's production. The album was produced by Zapp frontman Roger Troutman and Bootsy. The Troutman family of the Zapp band had close ties with the Collins family, both being Ohio natives.
Zapp II is the second studio album by American funk band Zapp, released on 1982 via Warner Bros. The album peaked at on the US Billboard 200 chart and at on the US Billboard R&B chart. Three singles were released from the album, "Doo Wa Ditty (Blow That Thing)", "A Touch of Jazz (Playin' Kinda Ruff Part II)", "Dance Floor" and "Playin' Kinda Ruff", "Do You Really Want an Answer?"
Propelled by the dancefloor smash "More Bounce to the Ounce," the album quickly became a considerable hit. It was here that Troutman first defined the vocoder-laden funk aesthetic that would become his trademark for the remainder of his career. In addition to the near ten-minute "More Bounce," the album also featured "Be Alright," another epic jam that slowed down the funk to a smoked-out, almost ballad-like tempo (both songs would later fuel numerous early-'90s West Coast rap hits via sampling).
Album Zapp III. Heartbreaker (Part I, Part II) Lyrics. Somebody, somewhere Told me this about you They say you're a heartbreaker You just can't be true I don't care what those other people say I'm gonna love you anyway Baby, sweet baby baby Talkin' 'bout heartbreaker. Heartbreaker (Part I, Part II)" Track Info. Written By Roger Troutman. Release Date July 25, 1983.
Is Zapp II the best album by Zapp? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Zapp II by Zapp (1982) Overall rank: 46,450th. Accolades: Top albums of 1982 (628th). Top albums of the 1980s (6,032nd). Best albums of all time (46,450th).
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Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album starts with the monstrous "Dance Floor", which has the power to bring the dead to the dance floor. All jokes aside, the funk here is in prime form and the quality is crystal clear.