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51MDEoRDSiL. SL500 AA300 Just a year after the release of their acclaimed self-titled debut, STREET SWEEPER SOCIAL CLUB are back with the GHETTO BLASTER EP. The duo consisting of BOOTS RILEY of THE COUP and RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist TOM MORELLO once again delivers a set of infectious, funk-infused rock that should not be missed. 

With a handful of new tracks, along with studio recordings of their versions of M.I.A.’s “Paper Planes” and LL COOL J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out,” this seven-song collection is just enough to hold listeners attention until a new album arrives – provided that their normal gigs don’t interfere.

If you still own a Ghetto Blaster, break it out and crank this one up. Unfortunately for those that want the truest effect, it appears that cassette tapes of this release are unavailable, though Vinyl, CD, and Digital versions are.

Rating: 4.5/5

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