Home Boy And The C.O.L., Out Break

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BIS => 2023 02 24
1984 => 2022

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    A1 .You Turn Me Out 

    A2. When Will You Be Mine 

    A3. La La (Means I Love You) 

    A4. Pleasure 

    B1. I Saw You Dancing

    B2. I Don't Want To Be A Movie Star 

    B3. Happy Feeling 

    B4. Money's Funny Change Is Strange (Rap) 


    ●Limited edition LP
    ●Japanese OBI-strip

    An album deemed by many to be Chicago-native Cecil Lyde’s crowning achievement, Out Break was released in 1984 with his group Home Boy and the C.O.L. - the follow-up to 1982’s self-titled debut for the group. While many of Lyde’s earlier works redeem the charms of their lo-fi production qualities, the ambition of Out Break is plain to see as the band erupts into 8 minute opener “You Turn Me Out,” and deliver an 80s electro-funk record packed with hits. This album is a wholesome, luxurious listening experience, and reflective moments like the ballad “I Don’t Want To Be A Movie Star,” broadens the dynamic range by easing the pace and building tension via passionate vocal harmonies. P-VINE is thrilled to be reissuing the album as a limited edition LP with an iconic Japanese obi strip attached.