Among the strangest, most fascinating deep funk albums from the ’70s was titled Marvin Whoremonger and credited to a music group called Tag III. Conceptualized with a NEVADA hustler, the record was constructed around single-take periods documented by guitarist Richard Thompson, bass guitarist Clifford Johnson, and drummer Michael Thompson (most of whom had been high-school students at that time), aswell as vocalist Marvin Neros. Manufacturer Cholly Williams got these recordings to Hollywood and augmented them with horns, synthesizers, and percussion performed by anonymous program music artists. The wildly hedonistic tracks are themed around sex, medications, and partying, and they are large, sloppy, and exuberant. The record was privately released being a dual LP on the label known as BlackLite Information in 1976, even though Williams promised every one of the music artists that they might end up being superstars, the record languished in obscurity. More than the next many decades, record enthusiasts discovered the record, as well as the few copies that surfaced marketed for a huge selection of dollars. In 2016, Now-Again Information reissued the record for the very first time.