Since it first appeared on the scene in 1999, Super Funk has become a market leader in the release of rare and previously unreleased cuts aimed firmly at the deep funk dancefloor. Super Funk is back after three years absence, with its best volume musically and some of the scene's absolute rarest records. These are joined by some underplayed classics and an amazing eight unreleased monsters. Rarities include the Uniques' "Give Me Another Chance," "Hi Off Life" by The Eternal Flames and Smithtonian's "Just Sitting." In the unreleased stakes we have cuts by Dyke & The Blazers, The Phillips Brothers, James Brown's "Mother Popcorn" and 87th Off Broadway's "Can't Get Enough."