Zapp est le premier album studio de Zapp, sorti le 28 juillet 1980.L'album s'est classé 1er au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 19e au Billboard 200.↑ (en) « Zap Zapp Review », Allmusic (consulté le 1er décembre 2012)↑ (en) « Zap Zapp Awards », Allmusic (consulté le 1er décembre 2012)

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  • Zapp est le premier album studio de Zapp, sorti le 28 juillet 1980.L'album s'est classé 1er au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 19e au Billboard 200.
  • Zapp is the self-titled debut album of the Ohio Funk band Zapp, released on Warner Bros. Records on July 28 1980. The album's style was highly similar to Parliament-Funkadelic as the band was working with and being produced by both Parliament members William Earl "Bootsy" Collins and George Clinton during the album's production. The Troutman family of the Zapp band had close ties with the Collins family, both being Ohio natives. This friendship proved instrumental in Zapp gaining a record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 1979. Zapp was recorded between late 1979 and early 1980 at the United Sound Studios in Detroit Michigan, the studio of which Parliament-Funkadelic frequented. The album was released on July 28 1980 on Warner Bros. Records and was certified gold by November 1980, reaching number 2 on the Billboard Hot R&B tracks chart in the Autumn of 1980 for 2 weeks. The album has been cited as one of the definitive albums of early 80s electronic funk, bringing the genre into mainstream attention. The album has also served as a partial source toward the creation of the G-funk sound of Hip-Hop, which was popular on the West coast of the United States during the early to mid 1990's. Numerous acts have extensively sampled tracks from the album.
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  • Zapp est le premier album studio de Zapp, sorti le 28 juillet 1980.L'album s'est classé 1er au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 19e au Billboard 200.↑ (en) « Zap Zapp Review », Allmusic (consulté le 1er décembre 2012)↑ (en) « Zap Zapp Awards », Allmusic (consulté le 1er décembre 2012)
  • Zapp is the self-titled debut album of the Ohio Funk band Zapp, released on Warner Bros. Records on July 28 1980. The album's style was highly similar to Parliament-Funkadelic as the band was working with and being produced by both Parliament members William Earl "Bootsy" Collins and George Clinton during the album's production. The Troutman family of the Zapp band had close ties with the Collins family, both being Ohio natives.
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