U.K.-centered DJ/production duo Soul of Man were in the forefront from the past due-’90s breakbeat uprising, founding the seminal label Finger Lickin’ Records, which would release music by leading breakbeat acts such as for example Krafty Kuts, Lee Coombs, and Plump DJs. Spirit of Guy are made up of Jem Panufnik and Justin Rushmore, who founded Finger Lickin’ Information in 1998. Located in Camden, Britain, the label’s workplace also features as an archive store, café, and pub known as Vinyl fabric Addiction/Bar Vinyl fabric, where DJs spin nightly. Panufnik and Rushmore inaugurated Finger Lickin’ Information using the debut Spirit of Guy 12″ EP launch, Like & Hate, in 1998, adopted later in the entire year by another Spirit of Guy EP, Between your Eye. In 1999 they produced their DJ blend recording debut as Spirit of Guy with Breakthru, Vol. 1: Revelation for the short-lived label Sixty Levels North Information, followed later on in the entire year by another blend album, From the Finger Lickin’ Thang, that one independently label. In the meantime, Finger Lickin’ released a reliable blast of 12″ EPs in 1998-1999 by breakbeat works including Osmosis, Flint, 2 Indabush, Lee Coombs, Freaky Jalapeno, and Un Loco Gringo. There have been successive Spirit of Guy EPs on Finger Lickin’ aswell, including Serendipity (1999), Killa Brew (2001), Dirty Waltzer/Obtain It Women (2002), The Drum/Acid solution Punch (2002), Back again2Back again (2003), Tremble ‘Em Down (2005), Mylowdowndirty/Foxy Moron (2005), Sukdat (2006), and Problems! (2007). The shows of the 12″ releases had been put together on Re-Licked (2007), a dual CD offering previously released productions in addition to recently commissioned remixes. Panufnik and Rushmore’s creation function was also showcased frequently on their combine albums, including From the Finger Lickin’ Thang, Vol. 2 (2001), 21st Hundred years Breaks (2003), Y4K: Breakin’ in tha Home (2004), From the Finger Lickin’ Thang, Vol. 3 (2004), We THINK IT?S GREAT (2005), and it’s really a Finger Lickin’ Thang, Vol. 4 (2006).