Limited repress of this little known gem by Dutch Hammond king Roland Thyssen under his Bun Hunga pseudonym which has already been tipped as one of the best exploited albums of the continent. Bun Hunga and his Diplomatic Music (as it appeared in early 7”s and some issues of the album) recorded this killer exploitation album which, unlike many of its counterparts, is a solid killer from start to finish (not a single dumb filler in sight!). Originally released in Belgium, and licensed to Spain and Argentina, some of the tracks were later repackaged in a couple of albums (Trumpet Prayer and Music in Transit) by the mysterious Golden Music Orchestra. Thyssen’s organ dominates the album all over, an 11-track selection covering a wide array of moods, grooves and tempos: from the classic Euro sounds of ‘Happy Starting’ and ‘Privilege For Organ’ to the the exotic influenced grooves of ‘Play For Suzy’ and the incredible ‘Bangala’ via the mysterious jazz of ‘Quiet Ballad’ or the relaxed ‘Cabal In The Night.’ A mixture of go-go Latin rhythms, funky arrangements, masterful studio trickery, exotic atmospheres, top band action and screaming fuzz parts. Think The Underground Set, La Formule Du Baron, Jungle Obsession, Mandingo and other groovers of the era… this is European exploitation as its best.

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