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10 Years of the Fort Knox Five

Label: Fort Knox Recordings
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Power of Five; Insight featuring Asheru; The Brazilian Hipster (digitally remastered); How to Start a Band featuring Ian Svenonius and Mustafa Akbar; What Make Ya Dance featuring Rootz; Stand Up (2013 Mix); Radio Free DC featuring Afrika Bambaataa and King Kamonzi (digitally remastered); Funk 4 Peace featuring Mustafa Akbar; Bhangra Paanch featuring Beta-G; Papa Was Stoned; Shift featuring Afrika Bambaata and Mustafa Akbar; Killa Soundboy featuring Sleepy Wonder and Zeebo; Once Again featuring King Kamonzi; Blowing Up the Spot featuring Akil Dasan (digitally remastered); Not Gonna Take It featuring Rootz.

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Fort Knox Five: 10 Years of the Fort Knox Five

Read "10 Years of the Fort Knox Five" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

“All good things come in five, baby...You can't get around no prime number, you dig?" Some music just makes you feel good. You can't explain it but some music makes you feel like life's a party and you're invited. (It's that “can't explain it" part which drives writers crazy.) 10 Years of The Fort ...


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