The Good, The Bad and The Funky was originally released on CD only in 2000 and was the band’s 5th and last full-length studio album. It’s now making its vinyl debut on a color variant. Features cover versions of Donna Summer’s “Love to Love you Baby” and Lee Perry’s "Soul Fire" with guest appearances from the late reggae great Toots Hibbert and legendary funk keyboardist/Talking Heads collaborator Bernie Worrell. The track "Who Feelin' It" was featured as a remix in the soundtrack of the 1999 film American Psycho. The album hasn’t been available in over ten years and hasn’t ever been available on vinyl or digital services.
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