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Hot Mustard returns with an epic second course that brings new depth of flavor to the unique sound that the duo served up on their debut. In the mix with the hard-hitting drums, tasty guitar and ultra groovy low end, lies the punchy brass work of Antibalas' trumpeter Jordan McLean and TV on the Radio Trombonist Dave 'Smoota' Smith. The album, titled 'Seconds', features a spicy blend of Hammond organ throughout and is garnished by the masterful hands of cellist Helen Gillet. The lone vocal on the album is delivered by the soulful songstress Alanna Royale who caps off the feast brilliantly. Hip-hop aficionados and connoisseurs of vintage funk and soul are certain to leave the table with their taste buds buzzing after this one.
Hot Mustard returns with an epic second course that brings new depth of flavor to the unique sound that the duo served up on their debut. In the mix with the hard-hitting drums, tasty guitar and ultra groovy low end, lies the punchy brass work of Antibalas' trumpeter Jordan McLean and TV on the Radio Trombonist Dave 'Smoota' Smith. The album, titled 'Seconds', features a spicy blend of Hammond organ throughout and is garnished by the masterful hands of cellist Helen Gillet. The lone vocal on the album is delivered by the soulful songstress Alanna Royale who caps off the feast brilliantly. Hip-hop aficionados and connoisseurs of vintage funk and soul are certain to leave the table with their taste buds buzzing after this one.
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Seconds
Artist: Hot Mustard
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $34.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

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2. The Golden Beet
3. Low Boy
4. Butcher Block
5. Mustard Green
6. Whole Grain
7. Nickel Empire
8. Stono Hustle
9. The End of Time

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Hot Mustard returns with an epic second course that brings new depth of flavor to the unique sound that the duo served up on their debut. In the mix with the hard-hitting drums, tasty guitar and ultra groovy low end, lies the punchy brass work of Antibalas' trumpeter Jordan McLean and TV on the Radio Trombonist Dave 'Smoota' Smith. The album, titled 'Seconds', features a spicy blend of Hammond organ throughout and is garnished by the masterful hands of cellist Helen Gillet. The lone vocal on the album is delivered by the soulful songstress Alanna Royale who caps off the feast brilliantly. Hip-hop aficionados and connoisseurs of vintage funk and soul are certain to leave the table with their taste buds buzzing after this one.


        
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