Los Angeles was a key capital on the tiny corner of the early hip-hop map known as electro, and Uncle Jamm's Army were one of the primary reasons for that. An extended crew of producers, DJs, and vocalists including Ice-T, Egyptian Lover, the Unknown DJ, and Chris The Glove Taylor, Uncle Jamm's Army released a string of popular, influential electro cuts during 1984-1986, including What's Your Sign, Dial-a-Freak, and Yes, Yes, Yes, all for the Freak Beat label. Notable for their all-around musicality; driving, effective rhythms; and uncompromising attitude, Uncle Jamm's Army remain one of the most important pieces in the old-school electro puzzle and have influenced scores of new-school electro producers, from Autechre to I-F. ~ Sean Cooper, Rovi

Uncle Jamm's Army: Pioneers of the Modern Party | Red Bull Music Academy
Uncle Jamms Army - Dial A Freak (Full Version)
Uncle Jamm's Army Radio Show
Uncle Jam (2015 Remaster)
Uncle Jam's Army (Featuring. The Egyptian Lover) - Yes, Yes, Yes (Freak Beat Productions 1988)
Uncle Jamm's Army- The Roach Is On The Wall 1985
Uncle Jamm's Army - Naughty Boy ( Freak Beat Records 1985 )
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