|OPRCD 27||Skull||Snapz (CD, EP)||Output||OPRCD 27||UK||1999|
|OPR 27||Skull||Snapz (12", EP)||Output||OPR 27||UK||1999|
|none||Skull||Snapz (6xFile, AAC, EP, 256)||Darklight Recordings||none||2012|
|none||Skull||Snapz (Expanded Edition) (7xFile, FLAC, EP)||Pre-||none||UK||2017|
Skull Snaps was a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. Until 1970 they were known as The Diplomats, and released a number of singles with some success. Renamed Skull Snaps, they released an eponymous album on the small GSF label in 1973 before disappearing. Following the Skull Snaps sessions the group recorded a cover version of Manu Dibango's underground hit 'Soul Makossa', using the name All Dyrections, for the Budah label.
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Who were Skull Snaps and why did it take forty-five years to find out? In early 1973, a trio of musicians yet to be called Skull Snaps went into New Jersey’s Venture Sound Studios to record an album. Laying down each track in a single take, the record that became Skull Snaps would go down in hip-hop folkore, featuring one of the most sampled break beats in history
Skull Snaps was a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. Laying down each track in a single take, the record that became Skull Snaps would go down in hip-hop folkore, featuring one of the most sampled break beats in history