Robert Christgau: Dean of American Rock Critics

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K.C. & the Sunshine Band: The Best of KC and the Sunshine Band [Rhino, 1990]
Just for fun, I pushed some buttons on my CD changer and played only the five songs that aren't--or weren't, rather--on the old 11-cut version, which suffered a tragic early death. And when they came up, they sounded almost as infectious, ebullient, catchy, dancy, et cetera as the hits. Explain to the historically minded that they were an important minor band and this is all that's left of them. Then have fun. A-