Chocolate Milk - Action Speaks Louder Than Words LP (RCA/Victor APL1-118) W/VG

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Chocolate Milk was an American funk and soul band from New Orleans, Louisiana, active in the 1970s and early 1980s. Their first of eight albums released on RCA was Action Speaks Louder Than Words, an album that included a political message. The title cut, “Action Speaks Louder Than Words” (1975), has a break beat that has been sampled numerous times in hip hop music, including “Move The Crowd” from the 1987 album Paid in Full by Eric B. & Rakim, and “Don’t Let Your Mouth Write A Check Your Ass Can’t Cash” (1991) by Stetsasonic.


 


(RCA/Victor APL1-118-A) 1975


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Chocolate Milk was an American funk and soul band from New Orleans, Louisiana, active in the 1970s and early 1980s. Their first of eight albums released on RCA was Action Speaks Louder Than Words, an album that included a political message. The title cut, "Action Speaks Louder Than Words" (1975), has a break beat that has been sampled numerous times in hip hop music, including "Move The Crowd" from the 1987 album Paid in Full by Eric B. & Rakim, and "Don't Let Your Mouth Write A Check Your Ass Can't Cash" (1991) by Stetsasonic.


(RCA/Victor APL1-118-A) 1975


Record is in VG condition with some wear. Sleeve is very worn. Huge chunk of the bottom right corner is missing.