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DJ Spinna and Five Day Weekend present “DJ Spinna vs. P&P Records” …
Friday, March 30th, 2012 | Tags: , ,
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Peter Brown and Patrick Adams: two names as likely to create frenzy on the dance floor as an eBay auction are the P’s of P&P Records. The P&P story started in the mid-sixties with Peter Brown leaving his rural home in Georgia for the hustle and bustle of Harlem NYC. It was not long before […]

Queen Yahna – Ain’t It Time
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Queen Yahna – Ain’t It Time

Image: 1611067 Disco Stomper with Diva Vocals
Another extremely rare underground record on P&P. This time however and quite shockingly not a Patrick
Adams or a Greg Carmichael production. Nonetheless “Ain’t it time” is a massive Disco cut written,
arranged and produced by Arthur Manning and P. J. Wyatt paired with great Vocals by Soul, Disco and
Gospel vocalist Gwendolyn Dennison better known for her stage name as Queen Yahna.
Queen Yahna’s Career has seen her perform on Broadway as Maria in the Hit Musical, “Porgy & Bess” and
the National Company of “The Wiz” as “Evillene”. Based in Berlin, Germany, Queen Yahna has had a
successful career outside theater as well, cutting a few dance records over the years.

Side A Time
Ain’t It Time ………………………………………… 3:51

Side B Time
Ain’t It Time (Instrumental) …………………… 3:53 Available from 08.09.2017

Cloud One – Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Cloud One – Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By


A true Holy Grail from the Cloud One catalog, “Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By” is the third of a string of titles
on Golden Flamingo produced by the P&P duo of Patrick Adams and Peter Brown and featuring vocals from
“Guardian Angel” singer Margot Williams. Similar to previous Cloud One’s productions, this record had all the
elements of a Patrick Adams classic, but with vocal arrangements that foreshadowed the work he would do with
Inner Life and Jocelyn Brown at Salsoul. Perhaps not so much of a concidence then that Margot Williams would
provide backing vocals on Inner Life’s Second and final album.
Even though it was originally released in 1981, “Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By” is still championed by
high-profile deejays today. Over the years, it’s been notably sampled in Basement Jaxx’s Romeo and covered by
Todd Terje and Prins Thomas in “Reinbagan” as a Dub-Disco cut.
Available for the first time since it’s original release, our only piece of advise is to don’t let this classic pass you by.

Side A Time
Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By …………. 8:00
Side B Time
Don’t Let My Rainbow Pass Me By …………. 8:00 Available from 02.02.2018

Various – Funk (7x7inch Box Set)
Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Funk (7x7inch Box Set)

Image: 1540916 Back in stock! “Funk… This is the sound of the Universe, the sound of outer space, inner space and in-between
space. We are talking about the whole galaxy here. I would like to dedicate this project to the
owners and entire staff at Traffic Entertainment Group. I would also like to thank God, my children
and grandchildren and especially Patricia Gilyard one of the founders of the P&P movement. This
has been a dream of mine, from my days in the juvenile halls, chain gangs and Georgia
penitentiaries in the 50s all the way up until now… it’s truly been a dream. Thank you all.”
That quote is straight from the legend himself, Mr. Peter Brown. The one and only. He’s talking
about the 7×7” = Funk box set that is going to blow your funking mind. Seven super funky 45s, all
packaged in one beautiful and funky box. You know P&P Records is the king of disco and after
hearing these tracks, you’ll wonder how they’ll be able wear two crowns at the same time.

Record 1: Eddie Owen
Determination / Shake Off That Dream

Record 2: Wild Honey
I’ve Been Working / Only September

Record 3: Otis Turner and the Mighty Kingpins
Do the Funky Donkey / Who’s Gonna

Record 4: Henry Brooks
Mini Skirt / Greatest Debt to My Mother

Record 5: Sons of Darkness
What It Looks Like / Black Ice

Record 6: Sons of Darkness
Funky Thing / Funky Thing

Record 7: Ella Hamilton
I’m Gonna Fool You! / Inst. Available from 12.08.2016

Chain Reaction – Dance Freak
Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Chain Reaction – Dance Freak

Image: 1605112 A bonafide dancefloor invitation, this classic cut by Chain Reaction was originally released in 1980 on the
P&P affiliate label, Sound Of New York. A project between keyboardist Dwight Brewster (of The Imperials)
and percussionist Harold Sargent (of Wood, Brass & Steel fame) Dance Freak provides one finest moments in
the entire catalog. A funky disco track with all the elements of a party anthem, it’s no surprise it’s been a
favorite of veteran Deejays like Kenny Dope and Danny Krivit.
There are many reasons why this track is a must-have for Disco DJs. Outstanding percussions, check. Funky
Guitar & Bass lines, check. Catchy chorus, check. Brass accents, very welcomed. Using a synth as a
percussive instrument, incredible and most likely lifted from the Patrick Adams Handbook “How to make a
hit record”.

There really isn’t much more we can say here. We “just wanna Dance with you…” Available from 05.08.2016

Golden Flamingo Orchestra – Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us
Friday, June 17th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Golden Flamingo Orchestra – Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us

Image: 1604722 We’ve watched the movies, seen the photos, heard the stories. As in all of New York City, crime was as
rampant in the subway as it was on the streets. Thefts, robberies, shootings and killings were a frequent reality
throughout the 1970s. In 1979, a group of angered residents led by Curtis Sliwa began taking crime prevention
into their own hands, donning red berets – looking very much like a gang and calling themselves the Guardian
Angels. This funky track produced by the Legendary Patrick Adams and uptown empresario Peter Brown is
an ode to what was hapenning at the time. Like many of the P&P records of the time, this wasn’t dance music
for flashy downtown clubs, it was the real uptown funk!
“With bass as heavy as rolling stock, and field recordings from the subway tannoy echoing along almost
empty train carriages late at night, Margo Williams’s vocals supply the inner city funk menace with some
almost ethereal soul.” At a crossroads between funk, soul and an emerging Hip Hop culture this track apealled
to both the disco crowd and the bravado of the uptown b-boys.

Available from 08.07.2016

Cloud One – Funky Disco Tracks Of Cloud One
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Cloud One – Funky Disco Tracks Of Cloud One

Image: 98282 Official Reissue of the Rare Sophomore LP by Cloud One . Cloud One was always a studio outlet for Patrick Adams to experiment. Even after the success of
Atmosphere Strut, Adams continued to experiment with synthesizers (in particular the minimoog) to make
this his signature sound or ‘voice’ as he called it. An indeed his usage of the synth was completely different
from some of his contemporaries. With titles like Jump, Jump, Jump, Funky Track, Stomp Your Feet and
Dance or Music Funk, it was clear the spirit of this music was in Harlem. It’s no surprise Adams felt at
home in the many P&P subsidiaries. “P&P became this place where artists could be free, as opposed to an
Atlantic Records or a Columbia Records, where everything is high spit and polished…We never told
anybody on P&P what they could or couldn’t do, what they should or shouldn’t do. It was like, ‘Go for it,
if you want to bang pots and pans together, that’s your sound.” And what a Funky Sound it was.

“I was trying to get the most out of the instrument. I was experimenting.” – Patrick Adams

Side A Time
Jump, Jump, Jump ……………………………… 10:21
Funky Track …………………………………………. 7:07
Happy Music ………………………………………… 2:57

Side B Time
Stomp Your Feet and Dance ……………………. 10:19
Music Funk …………………………………………… 10:23 Available from 20.05.2016

Foster Jackson Group – Feel The Spirit
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Foster Jackson Group – Feel The Spirit

Image: 1603220 Another extremely rare underground record coming out of the P&P camp. This highly sought after 12”
originally released on Lonnie Records is an absolute gem combining Jazz, Funk and Disco. Although there
is little to nothing known about the Foster Jackson Group, Feel The Spirit was Mixed by Tim Benedict, who
was a recording engineer at Sound Palace Studios in NYC where he assisted greats like Patrick Adams (on
a variety of projects), and Jazz-Funk legend Bob James. With that in mind, it’s no wander this track is one
that appeals to both the Jazz Funk/rare groove fans and Disco heads alike. An Incredible uptempo mover
loaded with a jazzy organ, horns, congas, and funky breakdowns Feel the Spirit goes far beyond the body,
it’s all about the soul!

Side A Time
Long Disco Version ……………………………….. 3:59
Side B Time
Disco Version …………………………………………. 3:52 Available from 15.04.2016

Cloud One – Disco Juice / Charleston Hopscotch
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Cloud One – Disco Juice / Charleston Hopscotch

Image: 1602931 Produced by the legendary Patrick Adams, the studio-bound disco unit Cloud One made its debut in 1976
with the spectacular Atmosphere Strut and throughout the seventies, became the centerpiece for Queen
Constance, Golden Flamingo, Heavenly Star, and Sound of New York, all labels ran by Peter Brown &
Patricia Gilyard. At a time when most music was recorded with a full army of studio musicians, Cloud One
records were mostly played, arranged and mixed in their entirety by Patrick Adams himself!!! The ability
to “work on his own” allowed the music to feel more experimental than the work he did on major labels at
the time. Released in 1977 Disco Juice is probably P&P’s best-known cut and for good reason. All the
elements are there, a catchy melody reinforced by Venus Dodson’s vocals, a driving bass line, an
accentuated piano and of course the signature Patrick Adams Synth Strings unifying the whole composition
and creating a delirious and hypnotic effect. It’s no surprise this Record has been a point of reference to
many house music producers, and sampled famously by artists like Norman Cook and Paul Johnson. From
the Streets of Harlem to the beaches of Ibiza, 38 years later this juice keeps aging like a fine wine.

Side A Time
Disco Juice …………………………………… 7:02
Side B Time
Charleston Hopscotch ……………………………… 6:22 Available from 08.04.2016

Ahzz – New York’s Movin
Friday, December 25th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Ahzz – New York’s Movin

Image: 1601294 One of the most powerful Disco Cuts in the P&P Affiliate “Land of Hits” Label, New York’s Movin’ is
faithful to the name. A seven-plus minute Disco Gem of percussive breakdowns, a solid bass groove, classic
strings, and enough guitar licks to make Nile Rodgers a little jealous. Released in 1981, Ahzz was a studio
project by Osborne Hunter and Steve Boston who’s better known for his work with Kenny Lehman on
Roundtree and Lemon. Despite the Backlash of Comiskey Park’s Disco Demolition in 1979 and the commercialization
of Disco, it was clear New York City was Still Movin’ in ’81. Underground hits like these
were just undeniable. Like a lot of the titles on Peter Brown’s labels, today New York’ Movin’ is a rare and
highly sought after record. A holy grail for many. Go Ahead, check Discogs then thank the Disco Gods for
this re-issue. Let’s Keep on Movin’.

Side A Time
New York’s Movin’ …………………………. 7:54
Side B Time
New York’s Movin’ (Instrumental) …………….. 7:54 Available from 05.02.2016

Marta Acuna – Dance Dance Dance
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Marta Acuna – Dance Dance Dance

Image: 1601291 This monster Underground Disco classic was produced by the legendary Patrick Adams and it’s considered to be one of his best and rarest pressings. Released in 1977 on P&P Records, “Dance Dance Dance” was ahead of its time laying ground for the signature sound he’d soon to be known for on productions for the likes of Inner Life, Loleatta Holloway, Bumblebee Unlimited, and Musique. This Classic release combines a smooth blend of Latin rhythms, an infectious bass line and Arp keyboards that create a dubbed out cosmic vibe, while Marta Acuna’s dreamy vocals glide in and out. This is the perfect tune to close out an evening of hot summer dancing, a NYC Disco Classic. This Highly sought after and extremely rare 12” has seen other lives as well, heavily sampled in Underground House tracks like Alex Neri’s “Planet Funk” and covered by Joey Negro and his Sunburst Band.

“Absolute disco classic right here… out on P&P back in 1977. One of our favorites…a record everyone needs to hear.” – Bicep

Side A Time
Dance, Dance, Dance (Disco Version) ………….. 6:16
Side B Time
Dance, Dance, Dance (DJ Version) ………….. 2:54 Available from 22.01.2016

Jesse Gould – Out Of Work
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Jesse Gould – Out Of Work

Image: 1601292 There is no doubt Peter Brown’s P&P is one hell of an eclectic label. Enter Jesse Gould’s Powerful protest
song ‘Out of Work’. A song that could have easily fit better at the Harlem Cultural Festival in the summer
of ’69 than at a Disco in ’77. A regular at David Mancuso’s Loft, this fast-paced Funk Jam Borderlines
Disco. However more Sly Stone than Disco Inferno, the realities of Harlem were all here on display.
Produced and arranged by Billy Nichols, ‘Out of Work’ showcases the qualities that made him famous –
Funky Rhythms rooted from his time at Motown, Big Strings and special attention to the Drum Section.
Another incredibly rare record, another incredible opportunity to own what the Disco Black Market has
priced for more than a Day’s Work minimum wage.

Side A Time
Out Of Work ………………………………….. 6:28
Side B Time
Out Of Work (Instrumental) …………….. 5:25 Available from 22.01.2016

Martin L. Dumas,Jr. – Private Wax 12" Series Vol.2 (Blue Vinyl)
Friday, July 31st, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Martin L. Dumas,Jr. – Private Wax 12" Series Vol.2 (Blue Vinyl)

Image: 1597915 Introducing the eagerly awaited 2nd installment in Zaf LoveVinyl’s brilliant Holy Grail Series on limited edition blue vinyl.

A1 Attitude, Belief andDetermination (Zaf LoveVinyl Slight Edit)
B1 Nonstop To The Top

Introducing the eagerly awaited 2nd installment in Zaf LoveVinyl’s brilliant Holy Grail Series, following King Tutt’s “You Got Me Hung Up/Dancin’”. BBE are proud to bring you the super rare 12″ by Martin Dumas Jr “Belief, Attitude & Determination / Non-Stop To The Top”. Slightly Re-edited by Zaf LoveVinyl to keep the value of the original intact this record is available for the first time on 12″ Vinyl exclusive to BBE licensed from the estate of Martin Dumas. A Limited edition pressing, fully re-mastered and sounding amazing, pressed loud & with the original artwork.

• Limited highly collectable 12” vinyl only release
• Original copies sell for USD 2000+
• Zaf’s previous forays into compilations include the popular Americana series on BBE, Private Wax (keep your eyes peeled v2 coming soon) as well as compiling the whole of the P&P series on Sussd records and the Deep Disco Culture series WEBLINKS www.

For Fans Of: Vinyl, Real Sound of Chicago, BBe Masters We Love Series , Rasputins Stash, Kon & Amir, Sadar Bahar Available from 11.09.2015

Disco Fetish – Keep It Hot
Friday, January 23rd, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Disco Fetish – Keep It Hot

Image: 1594931 Lo-Fi Edits keeps it hot with another sexy collectible 7″. Fans of Salsoul, West End or P&P Records will love the A-side! The B-side is a disco in space affair with Giorgio Moroder styled synth lines. Grab this quick if you are serious about your disco! White label with sexy insert. Available from 13.02.2015

Tony Silvester & The New Ingredient – Magic Touch
Friday, September 19th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Tony Silvester & The New Ingredient – Magic Touch

Image: 1592408 Silvesters brillantes Solodebüt von 1976 bietet eine perfekte Mischung aus Soul & Disco mit afro-karibischen Einflüssen und Sexyness. Das Album enthält Arrangements von Patrick Adams (P&P Recordss). Der Modern Soul/Boogie-Klassiker wird erstmalig auf CD wiederveröffentlicht. Available from 24.10.2014

Various – Tropical Disco Hustle
Friday, August 1st, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Tropical Disco Hustle

Image: 1589280 It seems like no part of the world has evaded disco’s ubiquitous in*uence, including the Caribbean. The Caribbean in the late ’70s and early ’80s was a hotbed of musical activity and this compilation focuses on the best disco-in*uenced tracks from Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. All of the tracks here were o*cially licensed and reissued for the *first time ever.
Highlights of the 13 tracks included on this compilation are: the under-the-radar cosmic disco tune “Got To Have You” by Joanne Wilson, a rare P&P Records-in*uenced track “Dance With Me” by Odessey One, the icy cool synth-trenched “Living On A String” by Wild Fire, the incredible dance *oor-friendly “Instant Funk” by Merchant, and the disco reggae cover of “Rapper’s Delight” by Prince Blackman. This compilation was compiled and researched by Deano Sounds and includes edits by Al Kent, the Whiskey Barons, and Waxist Selecta.

1. Odessey One – Dance With Me
2. Levi John – Feel Like Dancing
3. Joanne Wilson – Got To Have You
4. Merchant – Instant Funk
5. Trinidad Troubadours with Tony Ricardo – Disco Music
6. Mighty Duke – Be Yourself
7. Wild Fire – The Rebels
8. Wild Fire – Living On A String
9. Ronnie Butler & The Ramblers – Peace Without Love
10. Mavis John – Use My Body
11. Prince Blackman – Rockers Delight
12. Joanne Wilson – Got To Have You (Whiskey Barons’ Rework)
13. Odessey One – Dance With Me (Al Kent Version) Available from 11.07.2014

Various – Americana 2 – Rock Your Soul
Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Americana 2 – Rock Your Soul

Image: 1584676 Taking its lead from the ‘Americana Music Association’, Wikipedia describes ‘Americana’ as “contemporary music that incorporates elements of various American roots music styles, including country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues, resulting in a distinctive roots-oriented sound that lives in a world apart from the pure forms of the genres upon which it may draw. While acoustic instruments are often present and vital,
Americana also often uses a full electric band.”
Like its well-received predecessor, the music on this second volume of Americana, showcases a slightly different take on this phenomenon.
‘Contemporary’? Well, most of these recordings, sourced from the golden musical decades of the ‘70s and ‘80s, nonetheless fit very snugly with an interest in all things folk-funk that, while a marked tendency amongst the kind of people who are usually more interested in black music styles since at least the ‘90s rediscovery of Terry Callier, is very much of the ‘now’ as we get deeper into the twenty-first century. ‘Roots’
music? Well, most of this stuff has a commercial, professional sheen, redolent less of the back porch and wide open plains than the urban pub and the college campus. The musical syncretism found here represents an ‘easy’ strain of American popular music that was less ‘lock-up-your-daughters’ than ‘wow, I think Mom and Pop will like this too.’
As such, it represents a progressive, adult rapprochement with the civil rights movement, a moment in American cultural life before Reaganomics had fully achieved the backwards march that was a catalyst for the rise of hip-hop and the racial and class-based fracturing of the progressive post-war consensus. Life feels good, if a touch complacent, in these grooves.
It’s often the reception and not the production that crystallizes a musical style, and the relatively disparate sounds to be found on this album find their home together thanks to the particular aesthetic of renowned crate-digger/archivists Zaf Chowdhry and Mark Taylor. Both steeped in black music, these guys found they shared a penchant for its ‘blue-eyed’ variant. Blue-eyed soul has of course always been a part of Britain’s
black music scenes, and the discourse has hopefully moved on from the days when earnest record collectors would debate whether only blacks could sing the blues. The quest for ‘authenticity’ that characterized those discussions really comes unstuck with these kinds of recordings: it’s precisely their inauthenticity as R&B that makes them authentic. The kind of melismatic, churchy, enraptured vocals characteristic of classic R&B are absent here, in their stead is something cooler and more definitively secular. If they speak to us now, it’s because we’re nostalgic for the kind of fit between music and identity that has become so lost with the advent of new recording technologies and brutal commercial realities. Bland, but expressive of new identities, new communities and the searching, reflective self that characterized the singer-songwriter role in the second-half of the twentieth-century, this album deepens our understanding of the influence of black music on American culture, and indeed of American culture more generally on the UK’s black music scenes, whilst spreading the love a little wider than the small circles of cognoscenti who have previously cherished these records. This survey of a sound touches bases of all of those aforementioned UK and world-wide black-music scenes
too. If the two-step scene has yet to pick up on the likes of Jaye P. Morgan, it’s been sleeping. Elsewhere, lightly jazzy instrumental funk (Luc Cousineau) jostles the deeper, heavier sounds of Lucy Stone. Southern soul stalwarts Rhodes, Chalmers and Rhodes go disco, TR’s Hot Ice fit with the punk-funk/disco-not-disco template, and Hal Bradbury and Steve Eaton can pass muster with the more discerning of collectors as
‘proper’ soul records. All in all, it’s another in-depth look at a neglected area of American musical history with a direct line to the eclectic sensibilities of twenty-first century black music collectors.

Andy Kemp, 2013
– Zafar Chowdhry co owned & managed one of London’s most popular record stores Reckless Records, Soho from 1988 till 2006. DJs from all over the world playing all types of music have at one point traded records or bought records from Zaf. He is known to be one of the most
knowledgeable record dealers in the UK
– Zaf now owns, the premier website for exclusive rare disco, soul, funk rarities.Many dj’s, producers & collectors worldwide such as Gilles Peterson, Kon & Amir, Dave Lee, Sean P, Patrick Forge, Phil Asher, Keb Darge, Norman Jay and many more buy records from this esteemed website.
– Zaf’s previous forays into compilations include compiling the whole of the P&P series on Sussd records, as well as the Deep Disco Culture series.He has also released two reissue 12’s on Kindred Spirits in 2010/2011, China Burton/Razzmatazz, followed by Roy Ayers/Cash 12″.
– Double vinyl (gatefold) comes with a bonus CD that includes all tracks
– Music on this comp can be played on many daytime mainstream radio stations. Should be a big favorite for coffee table crowd

Tracklisting CD
1. Breakaway – There’s A New Group In
2. E.J. Stamp – I Know All About It
3. Archie James Cavanaugh – Make Me
4. Joseph Nicoletti – Night Time Stars
5. Spats (Your Lovin’ Is) – Everywhere
6. The Ray Camacho Band – Hollywood
7. TR’s Hot Ice – Hot Ice
8. Luc Cousineau – Vaya Mulata
9. Macky Feary Band – A Million Stars
10. RCR – Give It To You
11. Freudian Funk Band – I’m Ambivalent
About You Baby (Yes, Yes, Yes… No, No,
12. Dan Mastroianni – Just One Touch
13. Hal Bradbury – You Win, I Lose
14. Lucy Stone – Giving Love Instead Of Gold
15. Steve Eaton – Without You
16. Jaye P. Morgan – Here Is Where Your
Love Belongs Available from 08.11.2013

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Staff Charts 2005
Wednesday, December 21st, 2005 | Tags: ,
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Holy moly, the year 2005 is almost over. And so many changes happened we can’t even remember. Most recently we had to congratulate Mrs. Merkel for becoming the first female chancellor of Germany, but honestly nobody really cared. As always the much more important news came from overseas. Have you heard that our beloved newlyweds Jessica and Nick split up after they had stolen the hearts of audiences everywhere? And Britney sold Kevin’s Ferrari. Oh boy…But through all these times of melancholy one thing will remain the same and stay forever, and that’s our pure love for music.

So in good ol’ tradition we asked around what Groove Attack’s employees have been listening to in 2005. Read on ‘cuz this list is for you …

Tuesday, May 4th, 2004 | Tags: , , ,
Posted in Charts, Magazine | Comments Off on Amir

Amir, together with partner Kon, was one of the first record diggers to release break mixtapes following the footsteps of pioneers DJ Muro and DJ Shame. Their now legendary “On Track” series started in early 1997 and is 5 volumes deep. In 2003 Kon and Amir took the concept to the next level and dug […]

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