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I'm so into all of this archive far Eastern stuff at the moment you've no idea. I can't help myself when it comes in and I'm particularly enjoying the slew of Thai comps that have come out lately. Finders Keepers continue their quest to plunder the world's psych-funk vaults to bring you a new selection of Thai tracks comprising of the heavier side of the Lukthung underground. The album kicks off with Soreng Santi's cover of Iron Man which came out as a 7" a while back. That sucker sold out straight away so now you can get to hear it again on this baby! The rest of the album is as funky, kitsch and poppy as you'd expect. The production of the majority of the tracks is dense and thick so you get some big meaty drums/ percussion providing the funk. You should check out track 5 by Rung Fah Pupin for a good example of the kind of heavy funk to expect! Man, this album is really really good! It's up there with 'The Sound of Wonder' which I reckon is the best of their world-trawly comps. It sounds like the tracks are recorded late 60's to mid 70's at a guess... I'm not entirely sure but this album is 100& pure magic!
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