War
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founded: 1969
origin: Long Beach, CA, United States
members:
B.B. Dickerson
Charles Miller
Harold Brown
Papa Dee Allen

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War was an eclectic American funk band from California, known for the hit songs "Low Rider", "Spill the Wine" and "Why Can't We Be Friends?". Formed in 1969, War was the first and most successful musical crossover, fusing elements of rock, funk, jazz, Latin music, R&B, and even reggae. The band also transcended racial and cultural barriers with a multi-ethnic line-up. The band's diverse musical influences have made it an enduring influence, one that has sold over 50 million records to date. Although War's lyrics are often socio-political in nature, their music usually had a laid-back, California funk vibe. The music has been sampled and recorded by many singers and groups, ranging from Janet Jackson to Korn to TLC.

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  • Low Rider 3:11
     
  • Slippin' into Darkness 6:59
     
  • All Day Music 4:04
     
  • The Cisco Kid 4:36
     
  • Don't Let No One Get You Down 4:07
     
  • Ballero 8:29
     
  • Peace Sign 5:57
     
  • Gypsy Man [Single Version] 11:38
     
  • Cinco de Mayo 3:59
     
  • Why Can't We Be Friends 3:50
     
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