Sugarhill issued an album, Positive Force, in 1980 along with a second single, “Especially for You.” Again, nothing sales-wise in the States, but they enjoyed a little cult following in the U.K. and appeared on the Top of the Pops television show — their first and only taste of stardom. “We Got the Funk” made a second appearance on the U.K. charts as part of a medley from Calibre Cuts; the occasion marked their last chart showing. They reemerged in 1982 as Positive Express for a final album, entitled Changing Times, a joint venture by Victory and Sugarhill Records. After the single “Welcome to the Party” b/w “Not on the Outside” (the Moments’ debut hit) stiffed out, they disbanded. Though known for funk, Positive Force/Express had a slow side, which they demonstrated on their albums via tearjerkers like “Today It Snowed.”
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