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6ix Toys - Voodoo People

6ix Toys Voodoo People
6ix Toys - Voodoo People
(7") First Word Records FW28, 2008-09-15

Review :
"6ix Toys - Voodoo People" - A perfect flavor for my MOLESTING LAURA sets on ParisDJs - a riding funk cover of The Prodigy with full horn section and bits of frenetic scratching. In the vein of The Apples' cover of RATM - that good! (Djouls)

Tracklisting :
A1. Voodoo People
B1. Giggle

Links :

Press Release
First Word are proud to introduce our latest signing - the incredible 7-piece funk monster that is 6ix Toys. Currently based and gigging from Liverpool this fresh group of talented musicians is set to follow in the footsteps of label-mates The Haggis Horns as one of the top funk acts in the country.

For their debut release the boys have produced an absolute belter - a rocket-fuelled cover of the Prodigy classic Voodoo People. With driving drums, chunky guitars and insistent horns, this is an instant classic. DJs - put this on and watch the floor go wild.

Proving that they're equally adept with their own material, B-side Giggle is another trademark Toys track, signposting the way towards their debut album (due out in November on First Word). Horns to the fore again on this cut, which is another sure-fire dancefloor hit.

Support from Rob Da Bank, DJ Food, Diesler, Craig Charles and more.


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