100% Pure Poison  

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100% Pure Poison was a musical ensemble of American servicemen stationed in Germany in the 1970s who recorded one album, "Coming Right at You" for British EMI in 1974. Guitarist and group leader Danny Leake returned home to Chicago, where he has worked as an engineer and producer with a wide array of artists, including Stevie Wonder and Janet Jackson. Coming Right at You was made available again when it was finally reissued by Soul Brother.

Tracks include, "Windy C" (used by St. Germain on their Tourist album), the Northern soul anthem, "You Keep Coming Back" & the rare groove classic, "Holes In My Shoes".



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