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SlapBak / Press

“By the late '90's, more than 100,000 copies of their debut album, Fast Food Funkateers had sold worldwide. They have been influencing people in ways Harris could have fathomed. Japaneese bands were covering Slapbak's songs. A German band called themselves Fast Food Funkateers and a European DJ dubbed himself DJ Slapbak”

Rich Keene - OC Weekly

“The philosophy behind SlapBak is "As Longs As Its Funky" Their mantra, We Are The Anti-Aging Band... We dont need that "Yeah they're brutally frank, funky...and fun! They're SlapBak! Whatever you call them, you better call them Damn Good!”

Chris Jackson - Urban Network

“Even with these innovations, Slapbak's roots are still firmly planted in old line Funk Tradition. The album's party songs have the boisterous communal spirit of George Clinton's PFunk Crews”

Mike Boehm - Los Angeles Times

“Slapbaks music with its funky grooves & melodic hooks revitalizes a genre that is still in demand”

Gail Mitchell - Billboard
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