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About Black Nasty

When a band has a song called "Gettin' Funky 'Round Here," you don't have to muster all your rocket science intelligence to figure out what they sound like. Black Nasty -- who later changed their name to Nazt, only to finally emerge as ADC Band -- were card-carrying members of the Funk club, and proved it with their bass-thumping, saucy Soul songs containing delicious grooves carved into their foundations. They didn't last in history's forgetful mind, but they did score a hit with "Long Stroke."

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Listen toBlack Nastyon Napster

When a band has a song called "Gettin' Funky 'Round Here," you don't have to muster all your rocket science intelligence to figure out what they sound like. Black Nasty -- who later changed their name to Nazt, only to finally emerge as ADC Band -- were card-carrying members of the Funk club, and proved it with their bass-thumping, saucy Soul songs containing delicious grooves carved into their foundations. They didn't last in history's forgetful mind, but they did score a hit with "Long Stroke."

About Black Nasty

When a band has a song called "Gettin' Funky 'Round Here," you don't have to muster all your rocket science intelligence to figure out what they sound like. Black Nasty -- who later changed their name to Nazt, only to finally emerge as ADC Band -- were card-carrying members of the Funk club, and proved it with their bass-thumping, saucy Soul songs containing delicious grooves carved into their foundations. They didn't last in history's forgetful mind, but they did score a hit with "Long Stroke."

About Black Nasty

When a band has a song called "Gettin' Funky 'Round Here," you don't have to muster all your rocket science intelligence to figure out what they sound like. Black Nasty -- who later changed their name to Nazt, only to finally emerge as ADC Band -- were card-carrying members of the Funk club, and proved it with their bass-thumping, saucy Soul songs containing delicious grooves carved into their foundations. They didn't last in history's forgetful mind, but they did score a hit with "Long Stroke."