Flatten Manhattan

Genre: Funk, Rock

RIYL: Daddy Long Leggs, Dumpstaphunk, Burrito Brothers, FuseBox, Alfred Howard & the K23 Orchestra, Honey Glaze, B-Side Players, Section 8, Broccoli Shoeshine, Full Strength Funk Band, Soul-Junk

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Synoposis

Inception: San Diego, 1990

Influences: Bootsy Collins, Jimmy Castor Bunch, George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic, James Brown, Isaac Hayes, the Commodores

Background:

Flatten Manhattan was a popular funk band featuring singer Thomas, bassist Keith (who'd later become a drummer), Jason, and Sonny. They were regularly seen at local venue like Soma's sidestage, Bodies, Megalopolis, and Sound FX, where they treated fans to popular songs like "Cinnamon Toast," "Workin For the Government," and "Posifunkulation."

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