Luck Be A Weirdo Tonight

by Fila Brazillia

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Oblaky
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Oblaky Gets you right into summer vibes. Warm, carefree, playful. This album has provided the soundtrack to so many wonderful gatherings, travellings, and get-togethers... And, well, the cover says it all, doesn't it... Thank you, boys. Favorite track: Her Majesties Hokey Cokey.
pangajaman
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pangajaman True story: i stole my brother's CD copy of this one and showed it around to my classmates, the day i stole it, before taking it home, telling them it was the dopest stuff ever. I felt as if i were holding a precious little secret, unkown to them: they didnt buy it, probably because of the silly bunny on the cover. Now i'll have it LP sized! Favorite track: Lieut. Gingivitis Shit.
Rob
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Rob puts me in the mood for a gem heist Favorite track: Hell's Rarebit.
dalust
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dalust I let someone borrow the CD 20 years ago and never saw it back. So happy this is a getting the vinyl treatment. While at it, why not re-release/reissue other work on wax, wink!? Old codes, feels like a natural place to start.
Thank you for a lifetime of inspiration! Favorite track: Rustic Bellyflop.
jasonhannah
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jasonhannah Y’all need to pick this up quick! Absolute groove powerhouse! Down the hole we go! Only took 25 years for me to find on vinyl! Love it
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This is probably Fila Brazilia's best album. Like all the best albums, its a grower. The tracks don't blend together as a whole as well as they do on say Power Clown or Maim that Tune, but there isn't a weak track on this cd, and in time this has become my favourite Fila album. Every track is a winner. The album hasn't dated and still sounds great. [Tekniq]

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released July 1, 1997

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Flute – Bernard Moss (tracks: 1, 2, 6, 8)
Saxophone – Bernard Moss (tracks: 2, 3, 8)

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Fila Brazillia Hull, UK

Fila Brazillia is a partnership from Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire in North-East England. Formed in 1990 by Steve Cobby and David McSherry. They cross pollinate genres.

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