When Numero's first album, Eccentric Soul: The Capsoul Label, was issued in 2004, it was lauded as Columbus, Ohio's answer to Motown. To the outside world, the capital city's soul heratige was an anomoly in a landscape dominted by Detroit, Memphis, and Chicago, but to those living inside I-270, Capsoul was just one of dozen's of tiny imprints being ignored. Across town, the tiny custom studio Harmonic Sounds was cutting and releasing equally as brilliant and left-of-center material on their Prix imprint, but it's what they didn't release that makes this record so special. In addition to 11 previously issued cuts, we've Numero have thrown on 8 more tracks that turned up an estate sale. Demos, finished masters, and what can only be described as "studio tomfollery" all here waiting to be discovered. Just like the Prix label was in 1973.