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Big Pimp Jones - Hanging With Roscoe - out on Freestyle



Big Pimp Jones Hanging with Roscoe
Big Pimp Jones - Hanging With Roscoe
(7") Freestyle Records FSR7064, 2010-08-30

The forthcoming rediscovered sequel Jimmy Ruckus And The Five Fingers of Death is a curious cinematic effort featuring fight scene which featured over 20 beheadings; naked female assassins using poison lip balm; a chase scene involving a monarail, a harpoon and six bison; and one of the most bizarre sex scenes ever committed to film. This slamming 45 is a teaser to wet the appetites of those discerning records buyers who flipped, slipped and fell in love with the preceding super rare blaxploitation soundtrack: Bad Bad Jimmy Ruckus. The A side Hanging With Roscoe presents us with skuzzy drums, finger blistering bass lines and chicken shed saxophone - which is lucky as the vocals inform us that Roscoe 'makes the best fried chicken' and if anyone knows his chicken it's Big Pimp Jones! The B side is the pudding in this 2 part food theme funk-out Jump Up, Turnaround Popcorn is a sweet finish to this delicious meal!

Big Pimp Jones Hanging with Roscoe
Big Pimp Jones - Hanging With Roscoe
(7") Freestyle Records FSR7064, 2010-08-30



Tracklisting :
A1. Hanging With Roscoe
B1. Jump Up, Turn Around, Popcorn!

Links :
bigpimpjones.com
myspace.com/bigpimpjones
freestylerecords.co.uk
myspace.com/freestylerecordsuk
soundcloud.com/freestyle-records
facebook.com/group.php?gid=2397625339
facebook.com/pages/Freestyle-Records/126130671970
Distribution : kudosrecords.co.uk

Press Release : 'After this fight, you're gonna call me Master Grant. Cuz I'll grant you life or death after whippin that ass'. - Jimmy Ruckus

What happens when you make a sequel to a movie that no one knows about? In the case of 'Jimmy Ruckus in the Five Fingers of Death', you end up getting ridiculously popular overseas. The sequel that nobody knew was a sequel experienced a wide theatrical release. In Singapore, according to box office statistics, it was the number 8 movie in terms of gross in 1978 and resulted in a mild cultural phenomenon and catch phrase 'I no want you tink I bad girl'.

The forthcoming rediscovered sequel 'Jimmy Ruckus And The Five Fingers of Death' is a curious cinematic effort featuring fight scene which featured over 20 beheadings; naked female assassins using poison lip balm; a chase scene involving a monarail, a harpoon and six bison; and one of the most bizarre sex scenes ever committed to film.

This slamming 45 is a teaser to wet the appetites of those discerning records buyers who flipped, slipped and fell in love with the preceding super rare blaxploitation soundtrack: Bad Bad Jimmy Ruckus.

The A side 'Hanging With Roscoe' presents us with skuzzy drums, finger blistering bass lines and chicken shed saxophone - which is lucky as the vocals inform us that Roscoe 'makes the best fried chicken' and if anyone knows his chicken its Big Pimp Jones! The B side is the pudding in this 2 part food theme funk-out 'Jump Up, Turnaround Popcorn' is a sweet finish to this delicious meal!
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