• 1. Karate, Pt. 1
  • 2. Karate, Pt. 2

Deep Funk out of Seattle! Camelot Records, operated by Jan Kurtis Skugstad from 1964 to 1966, released an astounding number of 45s during its short time of existence. Mr. Clean & The Cleansers' "Karate" was one of them and remained their sole 45 for the label. Recommended!

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