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  1. Afreaka! was the only release by Demon Fuzz. Released in , Afreaka! is a wild mash of Afro-Latin funk, breakbeats, tripped-out soul, jazz fusion, and psychedelic journeying. These seven black musicians took on everything that was happening, and were musicians enough to make it work for them.9/
  2. Demon Fuzz was an afro-rock group of which its members had all immigrated to Britain from the Commonwealth countries. The band's name means "devil's children or bad policemen". They originally played soul, but the music they heard during a trip to Morocco lead to a change in their style to what has been described as a blend of funk, rock, jazz and African music.
  3. Holding Back The Years: From Demon Fuzz - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Demon Fuzz here on Frogtoon Music. Video Tracks include: Disillusioned Man, Another Country, Hymn To Mother Earth, I Put A Spell On You, Fuzz Oriental Blues, Message To Mankind, Past Present And Future, Mercy (Variation No. 1), Past, Present and Future, Mercy (Variation N°1), and much more.
  4. Three things that are spooky about this record: 1) "Demon." 2) They cover "I Put a Spell on You". 3) Organ, organ, organ. Track listing: 1. Past, Present, and Future 2. Disillusioned Man 3. Another Country 4. Hymn to Mother Earth 5. Mercy (Variation #1) 6. I Put a Spell on You 7. Message to Mankind 8. Fuzz Oriental Blues I don't care if you don.
  5. Nov 30,  · That is evident on the first track, a long jazz blues jam which rests, aptly enough, on fuzz bass. The albums continues with a heavier version of Electric Flag's "another country." Of all the horn bands from this era, Demon Fuzz may be the most influanced by acid rock and not soul or jazz/5(10).
  6. DEMON FUZZ may have only put out a sole album during their brief existence from but this nine member band that stylistically stumped the critics managed to crank out some mean tunes on the aptly titled AFREAKA!/5.
  7. Apr 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Afreaka! on Discogs/5(61).

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