• 1. Shake Ya Ass
  • 2. What a Difference...
  • 3. Bad Fuck
  • 4. Suck It
  • 5. Spread your Cheeks
  • 6. Freak Out
  • 7. Kiss It All Around

This LP was originally released in 1977 by TK's quiet, P.O. box-driven label Weird World Records - Clarence Reid don's his ultra-vulgar persona as the mighty "Blowfish"! - This record is alternative takes on the disco classics of the day - so overdriven that songwriter Stanley Adams sued Clarence Reid for his version of "What a Diff'rence a Day Makes," to Blowfly's "What a Difference a Lay Makes" even clean cut KC and the Sunshine Band don't escape with Blowfly's version of "Freak Out". South Florida's finest!

"..Some call him a funk demon, a sex pariah, a freak, a bug that oughta be squashed, his mama calls him Clarence, the original dirty rapper; we call him Blowfly..."

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