Coming Right at You

Soul Brother
Release date
2 Dec 2003
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 You Keep Coming Back 0:00 733
2 No More City, No More Country 6:47 505
3 Boarding Pass 3:39 505
4 Holes In My Shoes 0:00 487
5 My Little Someone 4:20 385
6 Windy C 3:55 3,964
7 (Bet You Say) You Want To Make It With Me 4:24 300
8 Don't Let Your Pride, Overpower Your Love 4:30 346
9 (And When I Said) I Love You 5:12 309
10 Puppet On A Chain 3:48 380

About this album

With vocal interplay recalling the Temptations’ work with Norman Whitfield and a jazzy instrumental sophistication equal to the Blackbyrds, 100% Pure Poison certainly deserve the notoriety that their lone recording has garnered them. As a group of American servicemen stationed in Germany in the ’70s, it’s amazing that this album was recorded at all. Leaving their base using a forged pass, the nine-piece group turned up at a music industry conference looking for a recording deal, and proving that the higher the risk involved, the greater the payoff, they got one with British EMI. Although Coming Right at You was largely overlooked at the time of its release in 1974, it never really faded away, consistently being revived and heralded as much for its rarity as its quality. Coming Right at You was made widely available again when it was finally reissued by U.K. label Soul Brother.

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