Yet another person in the underground disco family overseen by Patrick Adams and Greg Carmichael, Common Robot Band trim a set of full-length albums in the past due ’70s (both for Carmichael’s Crimson Greg label) and re-emerged within the ’80s, especially for the basic 1982 boogie trim “Barely Breaking Actually.” URB’s debut launch was the “Dance and Tremble Your Tambourine” solitary, a mid-tempo groove with several female history vocalists highlighted from the crazy, indelible synth function of Adams. In 1977, the solitary became the name tabs on URB’s 1st LP, including a jokey rendition from the Flintstones’ theme and an excellent monitor penned by Kleeer’s Woody Cunningham (“You’re My Music”). Freak within the Light of the Moon, the next and last LP, adopted in 1978. “Disco Trek” adopted in the footsteps of “Flintstone Disco” like a tiny novelty jam, this time around placing a dancefloor spin around the Celebrity Trek theme. A small amount of URB recordings had been scattered through the ’80s, after a lot of the group’s touring users defected to create Kleeer. “Let’s UNDERSTAND THIS Thing Collectively,” documented with Debbie Hayes, was released in 1980. And in 1982, the Caliber label funded the magnificent “Hardly Breaking Actually” single, an extended cut of boogie offering among LeRoy Burgess’ finest lead vocal becomes. Unidisc has held both URB LPs on the net through the entire years, and many uncommon groove and disco compilations possess held their legacy alive aswell.