No Vocals Necessary  

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No Vocals Necessary (1988) is an album by Keith Farley featuring a 303 driven instrumental acid house track named "The Acid Life" that was successfully (but uncredited) covered by Technotronic as "Pump Up the Jam" (1989).

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