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FATBACK released Twenty six albums from 1972 till 2004. The first album FATBACK released in the seventies is 'Let's Do It Again' on PERCEPTION Records. Other albums that FATBACK recorded are 'Fired Up 'N' Kicking', 'On The Floor With Fatback', 'So Delicious', 'Tonite's An All-Nite Party'. Three hundred and thirty two albums of FATBACK reached the billboard Top R&B Albums chart. The highest charted album was '14 Karat' from 1980. This album debuted 30 November 1899 on the Top R&B Albums chart and reached number 0 and lasts 0 weeks on this chart. Other charted albums are `14 Karat' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Gigolo' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Hot Box' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Is This The Future?' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Night Fever' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Raising Hell' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Tasty Jam' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `With Love' #0 (Top R&B Albums) and `Tasty Jam' #10 (Pop Albums) and `Gigolo' #14 (Pop Albums) and `Raising Hell' #15 (Pop Albums) and `Fatback XII' #16 (Black Albums) and `14 Karat' #16 (Top R&B Albums) and `Fired Up 'N' Kickin'' #17 (Black Albums) and `Tasty Jam' #17 (Top R&B Albums) and `Night Fever' #18 (Pop Albums) and `Is This The Future?' #27 (Top R&B Albums) and `On The Floor' #28 (Black Albums) and `Night Fever' #31 (Top R&B Albums) and `Raising Hell' #37 (Top R&B Albums) and `Hot Box' #44 (Pop Albums) and `NYCNYUSA (Nik-Ne-Yoo-Sa)' #54 (Black Albums) and `Brite Lites/Big City' #57 (Black Albums) and `Brite Lites, Big City' #57 (Top R&B Albums) and `With Love' #64 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `Phoenix' #67 (Top R&B Albums) and `Gigolo' #68 (Top R&B Albums) and `Hot Box' #7 (Top R&B Albums) and `Fired Up 'N' Kickin'' #73 (Pop Albums) and `Fatback XII' #89 (Pop Albums) and `14 Karat' #91 (Pop Albums) From 1973 till 1987 FATBACK released also forty zero singles. The first single FATBACK released in the seventies is 'Street Dance' on Records. Other released tracks are 'Evil (1985 / ATLANTIC)', 'I Found Lovin' (1983 / MASTERMIX)', 'Is This The Future? (1983 / SPRING)', 'Just Be My Love (1985 / COTILLION)'.

The Fatback Band (later, Fatback) were a 1970s and '80s American funk band. They began recording in 1973 (see 1973 in music) with "Street Dance" and "Fatbackin' " (Perception Records) and then some singles on Event Records. Sales were slim until "Spanish Hustle" (1976, 1976 in music), which was a moderate hit. 1979's "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" is widely considered the first hip hop single.

In the 1980s, Fatback had several more hits, including "Take It Any Way You Cant It" and "Spread Love".

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