There’s a song on youtube supposedly from this album.
Mutiny was awesome around this time. I loved A Night Out with the Boys. But this must have been a REALLY limited release, if it was actually ever released. Not on discogs, no picture of the cover or record anywhere on the net. Does anyone here actually own this or can you at least confirm it’s real and exists in some physical form?
The audio preview on the tripod site is Freedom, which is listed above.
Back to the tripod site, we have:
Sneakin Up Behind You (perhaps an album, as the audio preview is for a track called I’m Ready) Southern Sway (could be an album or a single) Slow Drag For the Ladies (could be album or single) Rome Dog Vol. 1 (you can see enough from this picture to tell it’s an album, there’s a full track list there)
Which also mentions two other CDs - The Delta Dogg & Mutiny Live 2005. I don’t think that this site is that updated though. I think that refers to their then-recent album Aftershock 2005 (released in 1995). The homepage refers to the “how’s your loose booty” compilation from Feb. 2000 as though it’s brand new.
he sure did, and I bet we’ll never hear at least half of it. The four that the gig reviewer(s) purchased, you might get lucky and find them and they can rip for us, but the other six or so… it’s depressing to think how few copies even would have made it into people’s hands (given the size of a Mutiny fanbase), 20 years ago, when CDs were popular, and then to think how many of those are still intact…
Thanks for that. I need to check it out. I had heard some rumbling back in the mid 90’s that he did some stuff with Tyka but then I lost sight of it. I may have briefly looked into it then but don’t recall it. With J Romeo you often have to really dig for his stuff. I don’t know why his stuff is just way underground like that .
Of course, if you find anything let me know. You’ll probably come up empty unless you personally know a handful of p-funk enthusiasts who went to spin-off gigs during the late 90s. I mean, there’s underground, and then there’s this. There are almost no traces on the internet that prove these discs ever existed.